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Falling out of love
is a rusty chain going quickly through a winch.
It hurts more than you will remember.
Writing sometimes feels frivolous and sometimes sacred, but memory is one of my strongest muses. I serve her with my words. So long as people read, those we love survive however evanescently. As do we writers, saying with our life's work, Remember. Remember us. Remember me.
I don't even remember what Mother and I quarreled about: it is a continual quarrel that began when I reached puberty.
Remember that every son had a mother whose beloved son he was, and every woman had a mother whose beloved son she wasn't.
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Nothing to be done really about animals. Anything you do looks foolish.…It's almost as if we were put here on earth to show how silly they aren't.
March 31, 1936
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