two souls are sometimes created together and . . . in love before they're born.
 F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Beautiful and Damned (1922). copy citation


“One's like Dick: he's clean like polished pans. You and I are clean like streams and winds. I can tell whenever I see a person whether he is clean, and if so, which kind of clean he is."
"We're twins."
Ecstatic thought! "Mother says"—she hesitated uncertainly—"mother says that two souls are sometimes created together and—and in love before they're born."
Bilphism gained its easiest convert…. After a while he lifted up his head and laughed soundlessly toward the ceiling. When his eyes came back to her he saw that she was angry.
"Why did you laugh?"” source

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