Beautiful composition, Bosa! Thanks for sharing this on Newgrounds. If it weren't for a trailer, I would definitely be complaining about the length, but who wouldn't want to hear more? It's so full of emotion and mystery.
What this brings to my mind is a little boy, staring outside at the rain pouring down from the sky, sighing with his head in his hands because he wants to go outside and play. But then someone, maybe his dad, tells him about the power of imagination, and how it can transport you to distant lands without actually going anywhere.
And so, the little boy, eyes filled with new hope, embarks upon an epic journey within his mind's eye. He reads books and plays with his toys, but instead of the usual walls and floors, his home is transformed into distant shores, far away galaxies, and places so fascinating and bizarre that they could only come from his own imagination.
The only part that's hard to connect to this narrative is the deep, rather ominous-sounding bass at the end of the track. Although, now that I think on it and listen again, perhaps the father returns to tell his son that the rain has stopped and he can go outside. But when he opens the door to his son's room, he sees the boy playing happily, with a smile on his face. And so, without saying a word, a gentle smile of his own smoothing the careworn lines of his face, he closes the door and leaves the boy to his adventures. Fade to black.