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I like some people so much, their whole way, and being, that I can't say a word for fear of wrecking it. So if you see me standing across the room, not looking, I'm probably in love with you. Damaged, benzo surfer...

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Recollections of the Golden Triangle

Recollections of the Golden Triangle - Alain Robbe-Grillet, J.A. Underwood Like walking inside myself. Where I live, or even like a dream I often have where I am lost in the city, I can't find the right bus route, and the very air around me is golden. One comparison that comes to mind is being Diddy in Sontag's 'Death Kit'. But never mind, you either go or you don't. What you think or say about the recollections afterward is pigeon dandruff. We're talking about golden here.