In the Tail of the Peacock

by Isabel Savory

If to live is to know more, and to know more only to love more, the least eventful day may possess a minimum of value, and even quiet monotones and grey vistas be found and lost in a glamour born of themselves.In this loud and insistent world the silent places are often overlooked, and yet they are never empty.

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