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PREMIERE // Pauli ‘Letter for a Friend (I’ll Never Finish)’ : We deliver into our being, a dis-honest shades of cold shoulders and angst.

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Pauli’s ‘Letter for a Friend (I’ll Never Finish)’ touches on a slice of life that is so integral to our lives. A way of looking for patching up, accepting, reliving dispatches of emotions, and watching out for the meaningfulness of togetherness, once more.

Friendships. Relationships. Lovers. Ex-compatriots. We bubble with mis-truths and hindsight anger. We deliver into our being, a dis-honest shades of cold shoulders and angst.

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But it hurts. It hurts and it’s tearing your heart out. It’s tearing your life apart, in the most majestic of circumstances.

You want it back. You need it back.

As creatures with limitations in expression, we stop ourselves of stepping out of that shell and pressing time-out. Pride gets into the heart of the matter, and messes things up.

On both sides.

Life’s sentence and of frailties of a man – a woman – a friend – and an ex.

Pauli’s too good. And we hope he knows this fact.

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