Desperately Addicted to the Comforts Others Sell Them

“So generation after generation of men in love with pain and passivity serve out their time in the Zone, silent, redolent of faded sperm, terrified of dying, desperately addicted to the comforts others sell them, however useless, ugly or shallow, willing to have life defined for them by men whose only talent is for death.”
― Thomas Pynchon, Gravity’s Rainbow

HARROW 1992 by Linnea Glatt Lubben Plaza Dallas, TX

HARROW
1992
by Linnea Glatt
Lubben Plaza
Dallas, TX

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