Days [ ) Love Days [ ) Love in the dark | Albert Camus, 1957 1 Kalman Szollosy, 1935 “They made love in the dark by feel, without seeing each other. Is there another love than that of darkness, a love that would cry aloud in daylight?” Albert Camus, The Adulterous Woman, 1957 Tags: Albert Camus Continue Reading Previous Days [ ) Rejecting all you have | Emil Cioran, 1949Next Dimensions of Dialogue | Jan Svankmajer (1982) More Stories Days [ ) Philosophy Days [ ) Impotence | Bertrand Russell, 1928 0 Days [ ) Days [ ) Memories | Robert Louis Stevenson, 1850-94 0 Days [ ) Days [ ) Hunt | Dejan Stojanovic, 2012 0 1 thought on “Days [ ) Love in the dark | Albert Camus, 1957” How difficult it is to explain! The terribly mute hunger in our bodies! If I touch my thigh here in the near darkness of the tent my whole body is again instinct with the driving urge that brought me here, and I cannot explain it. As always, it is stronger than fear. Alexander Trocchi / Helen and Desire (1954) http://www.erasingclouds.com/Helen_Desire.jpg. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.