The plant wavered and then stood alone against the narrowed horizon of his sinking head, silent, self-evident, with the solace of the tidiness of tiny things and with all its peace; it grew larger and larger until it filled the whole sky, and his eyes closed.


    — Erich Maria Remarque, A Time to Love and a Time to Die (thanks, yesterdaysmashedpotatoes)
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