— Madeleine L'Engle, A Wrinkle in Time
A Wrinkle in Time (1962), Context: Suddenly she knew. She knew! Love. That was what she had that IT did not have. She had Mrs. Whatsit's love, and her father's, and mother's, and the real Charles Wallace's love, and the twins', and Aunt Beast's. And she had her love for them. But how could she use it? What was she meant to do?
„Handsome, strong, gay … She felt again the thro and lilt of her blood. She had loved Kameni in that moment. She loved him now. Kameni could take the place that Khay had held in her life. She thought: "We shall be happy together - yes, we shall be happy. We shall live together and take pleasure in each other and we shall have strong, handsome children. There will be busy days full of work … and days of pleasure when we sail on the River…Life will be again as I knew it with Khay…What could I ask more than that? What do I want more than that?"“
— Agatha Christie, Death Comes as the End
Death Comes as the End (1945)
„Somewhere other than the night
She needs to hear I love you.
Somewhere other than the night
She needs to know you care.
She wants to know she's needed,
She needs to be held tight
Somewhere other than the night.“
— Garth Brooks American country music artist 1962
Song lyrics, The Chase (1992), Somewhere Other Than the Night, written by Kent Blazy and G. Brooks.