„Your lips are like sugar
And your cheeks an apple
Your breasts are paradise
And your body a lily.

O, to kiss the sugar
To bite the apple
To reveal paradise
And open the lily.“

—  Louis De Bernières, kniha Birds Without Wings

Zdroj: Birds Without Wings

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