Lean from your window

“It was a quiet morning, the town covered over with darkness and at ease in bed. Summer gathered in the weather, the wind had the proper touch, the breathing of the world was long and warm and slow. You only had to rise, lean from your window, and know that this indeed was the first real time of freedom and living, this was the first morning of summer.”

– Ray Bradbury, Dandelion Wine

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One Response to Lean from your window

  1. Love this. Dandelion Wine is one of the first books I remember loving passionately, and I reread it last year and am so glad I did. xoxo

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