Allure in Irony

Somehow I have a fondness for melancholic movie score where there’s just a piano or cello playing in minor melody for a scene when everything goes horribly wrong and come to climax; an explosion, or somebody got shot, or everything collapse. It’s just that peculiar feeling when you’re sensing sadness and beauty at the same time. That very moment when it feels like being urged to give up on the future but it also gives a brief opportunity to cherish the past. It’s odd but I presume that there is a serenity in commotion. There is allure in irony.


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