I mean I never feel I feel what I ought to feel.
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I read and I read; and I was like a medieval king, I had fallen in love with the picture long before I saw the reality.
I knew words were like chains, they held me back ... the act of description taints the description.
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But forgetting's not something you do, it happens to you.
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