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Marcel Proust Sayings

I Thought Nothing At All, But I Felt An Immense Sadness, As When Two Parts Of One's Past Existence, Which Have Been Anchored Near To One, And Upon Which One Has Perhaps Been Basing Idly From Day To Day An Unacknowledged Hope, Remove Themselves Finally, With A Joyous Flapping Of Pennants, For Unknown Destinations, Like A Pair Of Ships. As

Marcel Proust Sayings: I Thought Nothing At All, But I Felt An Immense Sadness, As When Two Parts Of One's Past Existence, Which Have Been Anchored Near To One, And Upon Which One Has Perhaps Been Basing Idly From Day To Day An Unacknowledged Hope, Remove Themselves Finally, With A Joyous Flapping Of Pennants, For Unknown Destinations, Like A Pair Of Ships. As

Marcel Proust Sayings: I Thought Nothing At All, But I Felt An Immense Sadness, As When Two Parts Of One's Past Existence, Which Have Been Anchored Near To One, And Upon Which One Has Perhaps Been Basing Idly From Day To Day An Unacknowledged Hope, Remove Themselves Finally, With A Joyous Flapping Of Pennants, For Unknown Destinations, Like A Pair Of Ships. As

Marcel Proust Sayings: I Thought Nothing At All, But I Felt An Immense Sadness, As When Two Parts Of One's Past Existence, Which Have Been Anchored Near To One, And Upon Which One Has Perhaps Been Basing Idly From Day To Day An Unacknowledged Hope, Remove Themselves Finally, With A Joyous Flapping Of Pennants, For Unknown Destinations, Like A Pair Of Ships. As

Marcel Proust Sayings: I Thought Nothing At All, But I Felt An Immense Sadness, As When Two Parts Of One's Past Existence, Which Have Been Anchored Near To One, And Upon Which One Has Perhaps Been Basing Idly From Day To Day An Unacknowledged Hope, Remove Themselves Finally, With A Joyous Flapping Of Pennants, For Unknown Destinations, Like A Pair Of Ships. As

Marcel Proust Sayings: I Thought Nothing At All, But I Felt An Immense Sadness, As When Two Parts Of One's Past Existence, Which Have Been Anchored Near To One, And Upon Which One Has Perhaps Been Basing Idly From Day To Day An Unacknowledged Hope, Remove Themselves Finally, With A Joyous Flapping Of Pennants, For Unknown Destinations, Like A Pair Of Ships. As

Marcel Proust Sayings: I Thought Nothing At All, But I Felt An Immense Sadness, As When Two Parts Of One's Past Existence, Which Have Been Anchored Near To One, And Upon Which One Has Perhaps Been Basing Idly From Day To Day An Unacknowledged Hope, Remove Themselves Finally, With A Joyous Flapping Of Pennants, For Unknown Destinations, Like A Pair Of Ships. As

Marcel Proust Sayings: I Thought Nothing At All, But I Felt An Immense Sadness, As When Two Parts Of One's Past Existence, Which Have Been Anchored Near To One, And Upon Which One Has Perhaps Been Basing Idly From Day To Day An Unacknowledged Hope, Remove Themselves Finally, With A Joyous Flapping Of Pennants, For Unknown Destinations, Like A Pair Of Ships. As

Marcel Proust Sayings: I Thought Nothing At All, But I Felt An Immense Sadness, As When Two Parts Of One's Past Existence, Which Have Been Anchored Near To One, And Upon Which One Has Perhaps Been Basing Idly From Day To Day An Unacknowledged Hope, Remove Themselves Finally, With A Joyous Flapping Of Pennants, For Unknown Destinations, Like A Pair Of Ships. As

Marcel Proust Sayings: I Thought Nothing At All, But I Felt An Immense Sadness, As When Two Parts Of One's Past Existence, Which Have Been Anchored Near To One, And Upon Which One Has Perhaps Been Basing Idly From Day To Day An Unacknowledged Hope, Remove Themselves Finally, With A Joyous Flapping Of Pennants, For Unknown Destinations, Like A Pair Of Ships. As

Marcel Proust Sayings: I Thought Nothing At All, But I Felt An Immense Sadness, As When Two Parts Of One's Past Existence, Which Have Been Anchored Near To One, And Upon Which One Has Perhaps Been Basing Idly From Day To Day An Unacknowledged Hope, Remove Themselves Finally, With A Joyous Flapping Of Pennants, For Unknown Destinations, Like A Pair Of Ships. As

Marcel Proust Sayings: I Thought Nothing At All, But I Felt An Immense Sadness, As When Two Parts Of One's Past Existence, Which Have Been Anchored Near To One, And Upon Which One Has Perhaps Been Basing Idly From Day To Day An Unacknowledged Hope, Remove Themselves Finally, With A Joyous Flapping Of Pennants, For Unknown Destinations, Like A Pair Of Ships. As

Marcel Proust Sayings: I Thought Nothing At All, But I Felt An Immense Sadness, As When Two Parts Of One's Past Existence, Which Have Been Anchored Near To One, And Upon Which One Has Perhaps Been Basing Idly From Day To Day An Unacknowledged Hope, Remove Themselves Finally, With A Joyous Flapping Of Pennants, For Unknown Destinations, Like A Pair Of Ships. As

Marcel Proust Sayings: I Thought Nothing At All, But I Felt An Immense Sadness, As When Two Parts Of One's Past Existence, Which Have Been Anchored Near To One, And Upon Which One Has Perhaps Been Basing Idly From Day To Day An Unacknowledged Hope, Remove Themselves Finally, With A Joyous Flapping Of Pennants, For Unknown Destinations, Like A Pair Of Ships. As

Marcel Proust Sayings: I Thought Nothing At All, But I Felt An Immense Sadness, As When Two Parts Of One's Past Existence, Which Have Been Anchored Near To One, And Upon Which One Has Perhaps Been Basing Idly From Day To Day An Unacknowledged Hope, Remove Themselves Finally, With A Joyous Flapping Of Pennants, For Unknown Destinations, Like A Pair Of Ships. As

Marcel Proust Sayings: I Thought Nothing At All, But I Felt An Immense Sadness, As When Two Parts Of One's Past Existence, Which Have Been Anchored Near To One, And Upon Which One Has Perhaps Been Basing Idly From Day To Day An Unacknowledged Hope, Remove Themselves Finally, With A Joyous Flapping Of Pennants, For Unknown Destinations, Like A Pair Of Ships. As