Strange to Say

I Love You

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… What was I to say? Despair was so familiar to me; it could be banished by the sight of a beautiful mannikin in the window. It could be dispelled by the spectacle of lights surrounding a tower. It could be lifted by the great ghostly shape of St. Patrick’s coming into view. And then despair would come again.
Lestat in Memnoch the Devil by Anne Rice

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