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Haruki Murakami

South of the Border, West of the Sun

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  • Rajesh Rauthas quoted6 years ago
    I was no longer alone, yet at the same time I felt a deep loneliness I’d never known before
  • Laura de Sotohas quoted4 years ago
    Inside that darkness, I saw rain falling on the sea. Rain softly falling on a vast sea, with no one there to see it The rain strikes the surface of the sea, yet even the fish don’t know it is raining
  • Айрис Мердокhas quoted5 years ago
    No matter what happened, she’d manage a smile
  • Ferin Chairysahas quoted6 years ago
    She was probably too cool, too self-possessed. Some of our classmates must have thought her cold and haughty. But I detected something else—something warm and fragile just below the surface. Something very much like a child playing hide-and-seek, hidden deep within her, yet hoping to be found.
  • Tanya Rodinahas quoted7 years ago
    Just like with people, with bars there’s a time to leave them alone and a time for change.
  • juanmanuelliehas quoted5 months ago
    No matter what happened, she’d manage a smile. The worse things got, in fact, the broader her smile became.
  • juanmanuelliehas quoted5 months ago
    really was spoiled, weak, and self-centered.
  • Marijahas quotedlast year
    Until someone came and lightly rested a hand on my shoulder, my thoughts were of the sea.
  • Marijahas quotedlast year
    Probably is a word you may find south of the border. But never, ever west of the sun.
  • Marijahas quotedlast year
    You’re here,” I continued. “At least you look as if you’re here. But maybe you aren’t. Maybe it’s just your shadow. The real you may be someplace else. Or maybe you already disappeared, a long, long time ago. I reach out my hand to see, but you’ve hidden yourself behind a cloud of probablys. Do you think we can go on like this forever?”
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