" It seemed as if loneliness floated in the air above her like a cloud that followed her wherever she went. There was a part of me that wanted to stop time and hold her and see if I could search for a strand of hope that could help me tie the loose ends of her heart. But it was hopeless, I think, at least that’s what I felt. There was this air that surrounded her—a void, in other words—which formed a barrier between us. It was as if I was peering through a glass window at something that I would never be hold in the palms of my hands or even slightly graze with the tips of my fingers—leaving me to only admire desperately from afar. That’s when it came to me that I wouldn’t even come close in trying to save her, because I knew she already accepted her fate of being detached and far away from the reach of the world, just like the lone cloud that hung above her. And that was when I wanted to lose everything and be up in the dark nothingness of space—to be near her, to accompany her, and to watch over her. "