Henry Miller quote about world from Tropic of Cancer (1934) - For the moment I can think of nothing—except that I am a sentient being stabbed by the miracle of these waters that reflect a forgotten world.
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For the moment I can think of nothing—except that I am a sentient being stabbed by the miracle of these waters that reflect a forgotten world.

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Henry Miller quote about world from Tropic of Cancer (1934) - For the moment I can think of nothing—except that I am a sentient being stabbed by the miracle of these waters that reflect a forgotten world.
Henry Miller quote about world from Tropic of Cancer (1934) - For the moment I can think of nothing—except that I am a sentient being stabbed by the miracle of these waters that reflect a forgotten world.
Henry Miller quote about world from Tropic of Cancer (1934) - For the moment I can think of nothing—except that I am a sentient being stabbed by the miracle of these waters that reflect a forgotten world.
Henry Miller quote about world from Tropic of Cancer (1934) - For the moment I can think of nothing—except that I am a sentient being stabbed by the miracle of these waters that reflect a forgotten world.