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  • r  to an inexpressible degree

  • They eschew the satisfying finales of commercial fiction in favor of tremblingly ambiguous, go-nowhere nonendings that are either ineffably poignant or maddeningly pointless .
  • They eschew the satisfying finales of commercial fiction in favor of tremblingly ambiguous, go-nowhere nonendings that are either ineffably poignant or maddeningly pointless .
  • Neil Young, "Silver and Gold" More of the same from the acoustic half of old Neil's brain, which is to say some ineffably sad and beautiful ruminations on aging and the meaning .
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