Originally Posted by pralina
I love this part. It made me stop. Itís sad and funny at the same time and I feel weirdly connected to it. Just two decades later.
This piece has two places of denouement (you may recall me using that term when commenting on some of your work).
This, where it made you stop, is the first one and, of course there is the ending.
The part that begins with the bridge "That was yesterday" has, in my opinion, the three parts of a story.