Quote by V.S. Carnes
Caine might have smiled at her, had his heart not been breaking to smithereens inside of him.
This quote expresses the internal struggle and pain that Caine is experiencing. Despite the possibility of bringing a smile to his face, his heart is overwhelmed with sorrow, causing it to break into countless pieces. The quote showcases the juxtaposition of outward appearance versus inner turmoil, highlighting the profound emotional distress Caine is enduring.
The human head is bigger than the globe. It conceives itself as containing more. It can think and rethink itself and ourselves from any desired point outside the gravitational pull of the earth. It starts by writing one thing and later reads itself as something else. The human head is monstrous.