Fyodor Dostoyevsky Quotes: I Have A Dream About Devils It Seems To

I Have A Dream About Devils, It Seems To Be Night, I'm In My Room With A Candle, And Suddenly There Are Devils Everywhere, In All The Corners, And Under The Tables, And They Open The Door, And Outside The Door There's A Crowd Of Them, And They Want To Come In And Grab Me. And They're Coming Close, They're About To Grab Me. But I Suddenly Cross Myself And They All Draw Back, Afraid, Only They Don't Quite Go Away, They Stand By The Door And In The Corners, Waiting. And Suddenly I Have A Terrible Desire To Start Abusing God Out Loud, And So I Start Abusing Him, And They Suddenly Rush At Me Again In A Crowd, They're So Glad, And They're Grabbing Me Again, And I Suddenly Cross Myself Again-and They All Draw Back. It's Such Terrible Fun; It Takes My Breath Away.
— Fyodor Dostoyevsky —

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