Quote from: Poppy Z. Brite: Lost souls. New York: Dell 1992, p. 29
Sunday, May 24, 2009
afraid of complacency and stagnation
I've got to get out of this place, he thought just before dawn, and the ghosts of all the decades of middle-class American children afraid of complacency and stagnation and comfortable death drifted before his face, whispering their agreement.