Imagine a Motel inhabited by psychopaths, windows opened on the Memory, where the characters are actors without theater, citizens without cities, orphans, slaves, outcasts, rejected, sick, murderers, criminals, thieves, prostitutes: Poets. Edgar every morning came up the stairs singing songs of love and then, in the evening, he devoted himself to death. Paulette was a delicate creature, she loved sewing and was a scissors collectionist.
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