“We do not disappear without a trace. We leave a wake that never quite disappears, a gash in time that we so laboriously leave behind us.”
“Do you want me to kill your father, Barnum?”
“Животът не е само големи шапки и бавни валсове.Животът е умението да чакаш онези, които никога няма да се върнат.”
“Medlidenhet er bare en fornem form for forakt”
“- За никого не е лесно да се върне обратно (…) - Човек или идва прекалено рано. Или прекалено късно. - Но е по-добре, отколкото никога да не го направи.”
“Biz insanlar bu yüzden ölüyoruz. Ötekilere daha çok yer açmak için.”
“And before me the empty table at the Theater Café with my reservation - Barnum Nilsen, 8PM - the only table no one sits at. And this too is an echo, an echo of time, the shadows of a discus spinning through blinding sunlight.”
“(…) красавците, златното поколение, което никога няма да преживее война, които ще растат в такова благополучие, че накрая то ще ги преобърне и подлуди, по някое време ще обърнат гръб на всичкото изобилие и вместо това ще търсят дивата природа и престорената бедност, за да могат после да наваксат измислената загуба и да я превърнат в още по-голяма лакомия до претрупания бюфет на личния си живот.”
“She was standing still, leaning against the moonlight.”
“But Katherine is different from all of those other girls. She never wanted anything to do with me, writing me off as some kind of filthy manwhore. That fact makes me respect her as a good judge of character, since it's pretty accurate.”
“And, nope, Louis never ever thought he’d be the type to drunkenly screech his love to the sleeping world but here he is and here they are and when Harry’s face bursts into life and color like a newborn star, Louis knows that he never wants to stop being this person.
“I LOVE YOU!” he screams again, just to watch the jade of Harry’s eyes dance, and he’s breathless and elated and everything feels endless.
“What are you doing?” Harry giggles, glancing brightly between Louis and the sky as he tumbles over, grabbing for Louis’ hands, his shirt, his face.
“I’m filling up the sky with my love for you,” Louis says simply, catching his breath with a shrug. “So whenever you look up, it echoes back.”
“Shagga, cut off his manhood and feed it to the goats.” Shagga hefted the huge double-bladed axe. “There are no goats, Halfman.” “Make do.”
“Why did this disease choose me? I cannot carry it, if its just for the word: Fate.”
“خدایی که بخشایش بیحدواندازه دارد، چه فایده دارد آقا؟ خدایان اجداد من قواعد و شیوههای خودشان را بهوضوح اعلام میکنند و وقتی ما قوانینشان را نقض میکنیم، بهشدت مارا مجازات میکنند. خدای شما به انسانها اجازه طمع ورزیدن، شهوت تصرف زمین و ریختن خون را میدهد، با این تصور که باکمی دعا همه گناهانشان بخشیده میشود و آمرزیده میشوند.”
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