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But Zumbooruk itself could only be entered through a mystic gateway. For long ages I wondered what this gateway might be. It became an obsession. " "One evening, a man came into the tavern, wrapped tight in a long grey cloak. One half of his moustache was grey and he had glass fingernails. He was a merchant who wished to transport a shipload of spices to a distant port. The more rapidly he could get them there, the bigger profit he would make. The usual route would take him three months. " "Considerably.

A replica of the apartment block was left in its place, slightly smaller but solid throughout, with all the furniture and fittings, the plumbing and its romantic possibilities, vaporised and trapped like love in gestures, embedded and mingled indistinguishably. Vivianarealised she was holding something heavy. It was the spanner. She must have instinctively snatched it up when she fled her room. She looked around. There were many people of every description. Families, couples and solitary individuals.

Yes, you are. That must be so. I am here. You might be anywhere. Same as you. I am looking for someone. For you. For me? The search is over now. Perhaps it is. Yes, it is. This relationship of words without mouths, hopes without shapes, began to deepen almost immediately. She felt comfortable with this secret man, with his responses to her questions, sentiments and interests. They were in phase both intellectually and emotionally. It is impossible to fall in love at a distance: this fact is common knowledge.

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