Refuge

‘I seek refuge in loneliness, which I fear, and the voice returns. Whose voice? You confuse my loneliness, you make me doubt whether I’m standing inside or outside it. I address myself to you, I ask questions, and my speech takes me too close to my refuge, and too far from it.’

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