It all began when I came to Paris. Lonesome and unknown to the world, I gradually treaded the city, night and day But something more was happening at night. Those empty spaces and lights, the lit windows sometimes covered, sometimes naked; they all gave an impression of suspended time, of yearning, perhaps for a story.
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