Wistfulness and dreams for me go hand in hand. That’s why Dreamfire by Kit Alloway came to mind. I have yet to read it and I have no idea if there’s anything wistful about the story. Still, the synopsis does talk about the entering of other people’s dreams, so there’s that — reaching for something that is bygone or isn’t even yours is the epitome of wistfulness. That vague dreamy cover of someone seemingly freefalling just adds to the whole vibe, so there we go.
What makes you feel wistful?
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Nuzaifa @ Word Contessa says
Oh that cover is so dreamy! And I keep saying this but girl, your photography skills are pure MAGICK. <3
What makes me wistful? A cup of steaming tea super enjoyed alone early in the morning. :D
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Joséphine Simone says
HAHAHA. Thank you, Nuz! ;)
Oh, yes, steaming cups of tea have that effect! For me, I’m most wistful at night when most everyone’s asleep. Even more so when I get to overlook the city from high up somewhere. It makes me feel like I own the world xD