Gossamer strands float, hover. Gossamer strands of cornsilk, thin and fragile and light. They lift you up. You disconnect from what you know clinical terms of catatonia and up you fly past the clouds and the stars and the sun past all you thought you knew past all you had imagined before. And you float on gosssamer strings along a crooked straight line. But something insistent tugs on the strands from below where there are cares and worries and other awful things and Responsibility pulls you down on gossamer strands.