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“Interviewer: Why can’t you be alone without Yoko? John Lennon:But I can be alone without Yoko, but I just have no wish to be. There’s no reason on earth why I should be alone without Yoko. There’s nothing more important than our relationship, nothing. And we dig being together all the time. Both of us could survive apart but what for? I’m not going to sacrifice love, real love for any whore or any friend or any business, because in the end you’re alone at night and neither of us want to be. and you can’t fill a bed with groupies. It doesn’t work. I don’t want to be a swinger. I’ve been through it all and nothing works better than to have someone you love hold you.”—Rolling Stone
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Word #200 — May 24, 2013
Quiescence — (n.) A state of silent inaction; marked by tranquil repose; dormancy.
In a sentence — The quiet of the city on holiday and the silent company of his lover ensuant of the fervor preceding lead to a sure night of quiescence in their shared space amid a tangle of pillows and sheets, between cool spring gusts rushing them toward a loving embrace and acceptance of the night’s affection.