The Sandman: The Wake Quotes

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"One for sorrow, two for sorrow, three for sorrow, four for for for I don't know. But I'm bored of sorrow, five for three two one, six for gold, seven for a magpie who tells me where to go...''
Delirium, Chap. 1, p. 5

"Our brother is dead. We have come for the cerements and for the books of ritual, which are in your keeping."
Destiny, Chap. 1, p. 6

"Eblis O'Shaughnessy, you were created and gifted by five of the Endless, but you can neither dream nor, ultimately, destroy, and that shall be your triumph and that shall be your tragedy."
Destiny, Chap. 1, p. 15

"And having gained what he had come for, the Envoy returned to the world above. He walked away from the low keening, that echoed through the catacombs, like a mother sorrowing for her departed child."
Chap. 1, p. 17

"If you bring me back to life, my death will...

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