Wednesday, July 4, 2012

The press of footsteps 
was as thick here; 

and the same consideration 
of the suffering he had had, 

perplexed and terrified him. 
He began to fear that all this 

intricacy in his brain would 
drive him mad; and that his 
thoughts already lost coherence 

as the footprints did, 
and were pieced on 
to one another, 

with the same trackless 
involutions, and varieties 
of indistinct shapes.

(D&S, Ch. 59)

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