What we do know is that these two are locked in their eternal colloquy in a cold park. If they move, it is not for fear of spoiling the moment or of being disappointed, it is not even inhibition that holds them back. Rather, it is because time can and does indeed commit terrible crimes. It will kill the very best in us and insist that we are still alive.
Introduction to Journey Into the Past by Stefan Zweig (via colinfirth)
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