The man awakens at first light and lies in bed thinking about his life. He reflects that he just doesn’t care about anything anymore. His wife had died in an automobile accident on her way to a grocery store.
The man reflected on how they shared everything together. He remembered how they met each other at a concert in the park. They both learned to love classical music from that first experience together.
He missed her style. He missed her choices of bright colors that clashed and crashed loudly into his mind. Now his life had cooled down into blues and grays and other quiet colors.
His whole life has changed since she died. He ponders on his own apathy and remembers the life they had together. He briefly considered suicide to be together again with her, even in death.
But suddenly, he was startled back into the real world by the loud crying of his baby daughter, who just woke up and was hungry.
Star Twisters cause us to reach deeply into a different kind of sea, one that spans infinitely into the distance.