Virginia Woolf

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"Listen?"   [I can never quite tell you What it is I want to say When you speak over me, Air passing through my lips
In Stranger in a Strange Land, ‘to grok’means “to understand so thoroughly thatthe observer becomes a part of the observed"  
I sit here hours upon hours. the time just towers and towers, I feel the life from within me draining, leaking, peeling away, from my pumping heart. The fact that I shall never live, past this long dreary day,
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