Tear me apartIf I’d disappear in the middle of the night
1. What did you think of it?
I thought it was deep - it was relatable in so many ways, but deep; which meant it could take double meaning, and hence had a two way flow to it.
2. Did the message convey properly?
Its a melancholic cry for someone to give the writer a listen - to hark at his weeping moans before he becomes a fleeting smoke from a blown out candlelight.
3. What is your own struggle in life - do you sometimes lay awake thinking about it?
To be honest, I become a variety of emotions: anger, hatred, agonizing disregard, and then just when it turns unbearable, I start weeping.
Thank you for your insight my friend, it could indeed hold multiple meanings.
I'm really happy that so many people can relate to it, though I'm not sure if "happy" is the right word for it. It's more of a sad thing really, that more people feel this way.