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I came down to the living room one day and my wife was standing in the living room. It wasnt an illusion. I saw her out
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"I came down to the living room one day and my wife was standing in the living room. It wasn't an illusion. I saw her out of the corner of my eye. The moment I saw her, she vanished"

- Hugh Leonard

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In this quote, the speaker explains an unusual and disturbing experience they had in their own home. They mention coming down to the living room and seeing their other half standing there, however then rapidly realizing that it couldn't have been real due to the fact that she disappeared as soon as they saw her. This might suggest that the speaker's spouse has passed away and they are experiencing a ghostly encounter, or it could be a metaphor for the speaker sensation like their relationship with their wife is fading away. In either case, the quote communicates a sense of loss and longing for something that is no longer there.
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Hugh Leonard This quote is written / told by Hugh Leonard between November 9, 1926 and February 12, 2009. He was a famous Dramatist from Ireland. The author also have 19 other quotes.

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