True Detective Season 2 is a true masterpiece, yes it is… What do you think “rip my heart out” means? I think some works of art are able to awaken the feelings which are the aims of the life and the joy of unknown.

True Detective creator Nic Pizzolatto opened another dimension with the True work in our lives. Season one starring Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey. Season 2 had Colin Farrell, Vince Vaughn, Rachel McAdams and Taylor Kitsch… Ok, first season was an elegant, it was a Carcosa but this season is an another experience maybe the powerful one. Can you understand the life, can you understand your disappointments and accept as an experience? When we watched the first season we welcomed the darkness and light in our hearts. In this season I experienced now as it was in the right time. What an ironic sentence “experienced now, was in the right time”, it sounds weird…

The mystery no one knows… Lera Lynn sings in Lately. True Detective Season 2  is a “paint”ed art of crime and fiction but it ‘s feeling is not so fictional it is so real. All the disappointments in life and mystery of unknown personas. Disappointments are hard to accept. Acceptance is hard to deal. The True Detective Season 2 is real than reality, it is a true reality… “There is no future no past only now, nothing lasts” again Lynn says and sometimes sounds like Eckhart Tolle, the same our egos can not accept now we are having a delusional disorder with time. And maybe still in love with the first season. But when I said “this season is perfect”, it will be remain in the past. We are humans, haven’t learned that this is not us, this is ego speaking. And my ego tells me this is not now, this is past but I am still in the past with searches of my egos. Humans, we love past because we love to own something good or maybe bad things for our egos. Tolle reminds us that “don’t feed the ego” but True Detective Season 2 is both feeding and not feeding our egos. I am shaping the TV show in a form. Yes, this is my ego speaking but when you don’t like some tastes it is saying that we find familiar things to us in it. True Detective Season 2, reminds our ordinary worlds with extraordinary efforts or disappointments. We like our victim side, enjoy it and feeding a troll called ego, some not because our ego likes to feed again from the familiar side of us. We love to be loved, we love to be admired, we love to be adored and we love to be humiliated. These comments will be lost in future, but now I am writing, yes, the season 2 ripped my heart out. It still hurts, sometimes only with hearing the Lera Lynn with Lately… When two woman left the stage it was done. They left us for living our own lives now. I am experiencing the song now and reminds me Adorno’s concept of life; life does not live…

True Detective Season 2 is a timeless masterpiece. You can experience it now, then again now and right now in your vains… You can freely feed your ego, or not!

Aytac Ozge Ondes

Lera Lynn “Lately” Song Lyrics

Lately I’m not feeling like myself
When I look into the glass, I see someone else
I hardly recognize this face I wear
When I stare into her eyes, I see no one there
Lately I’m not feeling like myself

Lately I’ve been losing all my time
All that mattered to me slipped my mind
Everytime I hit another town, strangers appear to lock me down
Lately I’ve been losing all my time

The mystery that no one knows
Where does love go when it goes?

Lately words are missing from now on
Vanished in the haze of love gone wrong
There’s no future, there’s no past
In the present, nothing lasts
Lately someone’s missing from now on

The mystery that no one knows
Where does love go when it goes?
The mystery that no one knows
Where does love go when it goes?

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