Passionate Sadness

This music by Adam Hurst is so delicately sad, that in my own little world of grey dingy streets, it’s perfectly happy. I’m nearly speechless at how perfect this represents my fictitious world of literary sadness. It’s a passionate dance with death that few accurately capture.

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