"Tell me how could you say such a thing,"

(Stolen Words V3)
she said, staring at the ground beneath her feet. "You're not telling me anything I don't know already. 'Relax your body, and the rest of you will lighten up.' What's the point of saying that to me? If I relaxed for a second, I'd never find my way back.

I'd go to pieces, and the pieces




Why can't you see that? How can you talk about watching over me if you can't see that?"

I said nothing.


"I want you always to remember me, will you remember that I existed,
and that I stood next to you here like this?"

"Always," I said. "I'll always remember."

- Norwegian Wood
  Haruki Murakami

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