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Know You In The Dark

“I wanted to know you in the dark,” I said. “Don’t overthink it.” — Elizabeth Hand

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Alone

I alone am man and all the rest divine. — Beckett

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Wildness

I was reminded of her wildness, her tendency to get inside things and break them open, and I felt fearful of her, not for the first time. — Sally Rooney

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The Constant Nymph

She demanded only to feel; she asked only of life that it should play a tune to her dancing. — Margaret Kennedy

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Debris

Time had suffered a profound disturbance, and I could feel all sorts of dark debris from the far past shifting and beginning to move up towards the surface. — Iris Murdoch

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Remember This

Forget, forget nothing, don’t forget the sweetness, don’t forget the severity. If indifference and unkindness take hold of your being, stir your memory and think of all the beautiful, all the burdensome things. Remember there is life and there is … Continue reading

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Bowie

The most interesting thing for an artist is to pick through the debris of a culture, to look at what’s been forgotten or not really taken seriously. Once something is categorized and accepted, it becomes part of the tyranny of … Continue reading

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