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«Drop upon drop», said Bernard, «silence falls. It forms on the roof of the mind and falls into pools beneath. For ever alone, alone, alone -hear silence fall and sweep its rings to the farthest edges […]»

«In this silence» , said Susan, «it seems as if no leaf would ever fall, or bird fly.»

                                                                 (The Waves,  Virginia Woolf)