Our limit

‘You’re what we can’t command and can’t escape. We asked you for pity, then we asked you to take us in any way at all: to shake us out of our stupor, wash over us and drown us. Did we stop asking, did we stop believing? You were our loss of direction, what could we embrace besides our failure and longing to embrace you? And you, didn’t you long for us? Wasn’t our longing, our very speech your migration through us?’

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