Category Archives: Snow White

Pages 330 and 331

“…in a wistful bubble which would become a home to live in lightly.”

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Pages 328 and 329

“The tracks came to a bed, leaving the bed in a long March to see a fool in bed with his mirth and carried away…”

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Pages 324 to 325

“He thought of a haystack shape against the snow-covered ground, and began to pile more stuff and his pocket dust until he could make a tunnel to warm his icy arteries.”

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Pages 322 to 323

“He began saving every foot trace of snow in which he sought to save his disordered thoughts as sparks to light his heart.”

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Pages 314 and 315

“He knew his protests were nothing but sand pouring over and piled to tomorrow.”

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Pages 302 and 303

“He sat facing the monster acutely aware of beauty in its most treacherous ad dreadful forms,”

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Pages 300 and 301

“He found that in the failing light he could see to his cells, and hold law-breaking, like an unearthly drive, as his passenger.”

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