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“The skies we slept under were too uncertain for forecasts. They came and went on the moody gusts of the Atlantic, bringing half a dozen weathers in an afternoon and playing all four movements of a wind symphony, allegro, andante, scherzo and adagio on the broken backs of white waves.” – Niall Williams

Movements of the wind

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To begin you must be traced into the landscape, your people and your place found. Until they are you are in the wrong story. ― Niall Williams, History of the Rain

“To begin you must be traced into the landscape, your people & your place found…” ― Niall Williams

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She flashed upon his life with an electric energy, shattering every day’s effort at work and leaving a kind of glimmering burning feeling all day and night around the edges of his heart. ― Niall Williams, Four Letters of Love

“She flashed upon his life with an electric energy…” ― Niall Williams

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Neither did she realise yet that grief is a kind of glue, too, that the essence of humanity is this empathy, and that we fall together in that moment of tenderest perception when we see and feel each other’s wounds and know another’s sorrow like a brother of our own. ― Niall Williams, As It Is in Heaven

“…we fall together in that moment of tenderest perception when we see & feel each other’s wounds & know another’s sorrow like a brother of our own.” ― Niall Williams

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We are our stories. We tell them to stay alive or keep alive those who only live now in the telling. ― Niall Williams, History of the Rain

“We are our stories. We tell them to stay alive or keep alive those who only live now in the telling.” ― Niall Williams

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