That feeling—knocked out by the impermanence of love—is echoed in the stories in Day Out of Days.
What better metaphor to describe the estrangement within marriage and the impermanence of love?
Their final moments together are an exploration of the impermanence of life.
Oh, but I am puzzled by the impermanence and the loneliness and the impotence of this Manuel!
These added to Ray's feeling of restlessness and impermanence.
The world's impermanence is still the same, And all material things are conformations Subject to pain, decay and dissolution.
Even then what an intuitive dread had been upon him of the impermanence of things.
Thus the most obvious attribute of the cosmos is its impermanence.
Their hands are too short to seize anything tainted with impermanence.
It is parenthetically to be noted how his afternoon fears of the impermanence of the Agence Moignon had vanished.