Friday Favorites | From The Soldier’s Wife by Margaret Leroy

 

Image via Goodreads

Image via Goodreads

“I learned in that moment that there are different darknesses.
That there is ordinary darkness, like the night in the countryside, where, even
on a night with no moon, as you stare things loom, take form; and there is
another darkness, a darkness so profound you cannot begin to imagine it,
cannot conjure it up in your mind. A darkness that blots out all you remember
or hope for. A darkness that teaches that all that consoles you is false.” 

― Margaret LeroyThe Soldier’s Wife

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