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Leonard Cohen
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Engrave this Quote He lay beside her, an insomniac with visions of vastness. He thought of desert stretches so huge no Chosen People could cross them. He counted grains of sand like sheep and knew his job would last forever. He thought of aeroplane views of wheatlands so high he couldn't see which way the wind was bending the stalks. Arctic territories and sled-track distances.Miles he would never cover because he could never abandon this bed.
-Leonard Cohen, The Favourite Game (McClelland & Stewart, p.93-94), 1963 Tell a Friend


 


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