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Lilly Dillon: How'd you get that punch in the stomach, Roy?
Roy Dillon: I tripped on a chair.
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Alike in so many ways, united by so many indestructible bonds, the two brothers were still different men. John Kennedy remained, a ...
Go tie back your hair, said my mother,
and Why is your mouth all green?
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The grift's like anything else, Roy. You don't sit still. You either go up or down. Usually down, sooner or later.
A dog will make eye contact. A cat will, too, but a cat's eyes don't even look entirely warm-blooded to me, whereas a dog's eyes l ...
I love to see, when leaves depart,
The clear anatomy arrive,
the clanging chains
of geese are harnessed to the moon:
out of hardship bred,
Spirits of power and beauty and delight
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the white-crested fillies of the surge
And the white horses of the windy plain.
They use the snaffle and the curb all right;
But where's the bloody horse?
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