[He, I Was Sure, Would Have All The Answers, And These Answers He Would Find In My Vagina.]

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"[...] passion is by no means the fuller life which it seems to be in the dreams of adolescence, but is on the contrary a kind of naked and denuding intensity, verily, a bitter destitution, the impoverishment of a mind being emptied of all diversity, an obsession of the imagination by a single image."

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