I’m famous for writing things down I hear or read that appeal to me. The problem is, I usually write them down on whatever I can get my hands on, at the moment, and I end up finding little notes all over my house. Today, in a basket I keep my kitchen scissors in, I found one of those tiny pieces of paper with a quote written on it. I have no idea who wrote it, but I thought I’d share it anyway.
“His heart rose up briefly, like a scrap of paper on a breath of wind, then quickly settled back to the ground.”
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