Nostalgia For The Near Future A playlist for the memories of right now by Séraphin Turihamwe, from The Eternal Audience Of One.

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1 hour 16 min (19 tracks)

Sad, hideaway in the feels

Eagle-Eye Cherry, Maroon 5, Coldplay

Now you could have it all
If you learned a little patience
For though I cannot fly
I’m not content to crawl
So give me a little credit
Have in me a little faith
I want to be with you forever
If tomorrow’s not too late
—From If I Am by Nine Days

Nostalgia (noun): a sentimental longing or wistful affection for a period in the past.

Future (noun): a time regarded as still to come.

Memory (noun): something remembered from the past.

Now (adverb): at the present time or moment.

This moment right here, kid, is gonna be the start of something.

“What?” you ask.

Who knows? Nobody knows. No one is there at the start of a start. The most one can do is make some sort of beginning and work towards some kind of end.

But, maybe, in this room, in this moment, in this time that will become the past, maybe this can be the start of a start.

Who knows?

Nobody knows.

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Nostalgia For The Near Future is a playlist by Séraphin Turihamwe from The Eternal Audience Of One, a novel by Rémy Ngamije, now available at all fine bookstores and Amazon.