Saturday, May 2, 2015


"If Camus were still alive, he would come to me and ask whether normality existed. I would tell him that he was already dead, death is no longer waiting on his doorstep, death had visited his house and taken his soul away. And I would sing the Firelight song with him, and we both would say that we'd rather die in a parachute, falling in deep sleep, yet out of control. And we'd breathe, yet so lost in a dream. And I would tell my lover I was gone, and he would do the same, and we'd keep singing."

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