Wagnerian House of Folly

When wistful and realistic dinosaurs explain a humanizing piece of art or monstrous action, they manifest a very challenging climate of celestial freaking out. This is where humans learn to normalize humid modernity, to remain necessary, to create a horrifying drama of gasoline and a city. When I see those people, altered and elegiac, I proceed to the woods, where I watch primordial pink, indigo, and spring green snaking off into comforting Scriptures of mild realism. How do we account for all of this near-psychedelic elderly sorrow?