Quotation by Dewitt Bodeen

Do you know why I came to you, Amy? Why I came to be your friend? Because you called to me. Out of your loneliness you called me and brought me into being. And I came, so that your childhood could be bright and full of friendliness. Now you must send me away.... You'll remember me for a while, mourn a little, but then you'll forget. And that is as it should be.
Dewitt Bodeen (1908–1988), U.S. screenwriter. Gunther V. Fritsch and Robert Wise. "Irena" (Simone Simon), The Curse of the Cat People, saying goodbye to Amy (1944).

Irena is Amy's imaginary friend.
Surprise me with a
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