Quotations From TOMMY STROLLER


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  • The everyday tale of a man trying to find himself or rather his luggage. But is there such a great difference? After all, the bag expresses and sometimes exposes the man. For a bag can contain not only, say, his outer identity, his clothes, but as in this case, his very life work. And if that ends up at the wrong destination and in the wrong hands - where is left the man?
    From History of My Luggage a novella by Tommy Stroller: http: //luggage.kizuka.dk/#category0
  • There are no such things as accidents but if there were, a life of accidents would be a beautiful thing
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  • It was by chance that we came here, chance when we should leave. The only certainty is in our reason or spells cast in the dark.
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  • It sometimes seems that we can love only those we are truly leaving.
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  • The distance between the stars is silence.
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  • This is not for teaching purposes, not to be reproduced in any form, non-returnable and non-disposable, the property of and all rights remain with those who never sign their name.
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  • The dead stare from their graves but who dare call them by name and acknowledge our fate?
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  • To the Virgin Mary: instruct me in the ways of women as your son once helped me in the ways of men.
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  • This valley of love and death, is this where we all began?
    (a mother's thighs)
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  • Eyelips bless her unknown reefs; the comma silence smears the death taint; caress
    charisma, forlorn.
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