Sunday, August 12, 2012

within which fostering absence was almost guaranteed


"A felicitous climate within which the fostering of absence was almost guaranteed was afforded me as a child. I spent my days far away. in the presence of a somewhat fully guarded someone. There was none of that largesse of the serene sea in her world-at any moment, the shriek of a siren, no matter at what distance, was a jet into the black and the red-hers was the intellection of the conceived real, that over which she fancied she held some directing sway...."

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