Monday, October 13, 2003

...such a minute fraction of this life do we live: so much is sleep, tooth-brushing, waiting for mail, for metamorphosis, for those sudden moments of incandescence: unexpected, but once one knows them, one can live life in the light of their past and the hope of their future. Sylvia Plath

‘And then we will get even older and our memories will fail almost completely. But no matter what happens—no matter how wide the gulf between us becomes—we will each be the last people we forget in each other’s memories. Because we were each the first to be there.’ Shampoo Planet, Douglas Coupland


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