He smiled the most exquisite smile, veiled by memory, tinged by dreams.
("To the Lighthouse")
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There was a serenity about him always that had the look of innocence, when, technically, the word was no longer applicable.
The poet gives us his essence, but prose takes the mold of the body and mind.
I have lost friends, some by death, others through sheer inability to cross the street.
Nothing, however, can be more arrogant, though nothing is commoner than to assume that of Gods there is only one, and of religions none but the speaker's.
He turned from the sight of human ignorance and human fate and the sea eating the ground we stand on, which, had he been able to contemplate it fixedly might have led to something; and found consolation in trifles so slight compared with the august theme just now before him that he was disposed to slur that comfort over, to deprecate it, as if to be caught happy in a world of misery was for an honest man the most despicable of crimes.
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