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Which cordage shall I loosen today? Yes, holiness is to fly. I wanted a sailor for this gesture which he can do and always knows how to do with emotion. To cast off. Have you heard sometimes the sound of a horn when a ship is getting under way? That little sob in the blindness of dawn? To cast off from the wharf, the port, the city, the walls and all the stories of envious and competitive men, when one's skin shrivels in the cold, to withdraw from the earth in order to rely on the wind. I wanted a sailor because a sailor flies.
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