Days [ ) Stolen roses | Clarice Lispector, 1971

Tina Modotti Roses 1925
Tina Modotti, Roses, 1925

“Someone who has never stolen is not going to understand me. And someone who has
never stolen roses, will never be able to understand me. When I was little, I stole roses.”

 Clarice Lispector, One Hundred Years of Forgiveness, 1971

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