We'll Always Have Paris

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We'll Always Have Paris
Ray Bradbury
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Categories: Fiction
There’s nothing you can do; just be careful to walk at night.
    The sun is terrible; summer nights are no help. You must wait for cold weather. The first six months are your prime. In the seventh m
...onth the water will seep through with dissolution. By the eighth month your usefulness will fade. Come the tenth month you’ll lie weeping in sorrow without tears, and you will know then that you will never move again.
    But before that happens there is so much to be finished. Many likes and dislikes must be turned in your mind before your mind melts.
    It is all new to you. You are reborn! And your birthplace is silk lined and smells of tuberoses and linens, and there is no sound before your birth except the beating of the earth’s billion insect hearts. This place is wood and metal and satin, offering no sustenance, but only an implacable slot of close air, a pocket within the earth. There is only one way you can live, now.
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