Poetry Quotes

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What you gain here, you lose on the other side.

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Y yo no tendré miedo de morenas ni rubias, pues cerraré los ojos y te diré: soy tuya.
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Dream by making and make by dreaming.

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My mathematics is simple: one plus one = one.

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Procreation annihilates eternity.

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Stars ink your fingers
with a lexicon of flame
blazing rare knowledge.

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All that we see and seem are but a dream within a dream.

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Pity that child who was born near Rouen,
His only crime, to arrive deformed.

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In the lie of truth lies the truth.

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I do not write to you, but of you,/because the paper that we write on/is our perishable skin.

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If we were to understand how important it is to say something and say it well, maybe we wouldn’t write a single word, but that would be tragic.

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You Know love when you see it, hear it, and feel it." ~ Amunhotep El Bey

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I imagined I was God for a millisecond
And became speechless for a long time.

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Tonight, I won't dream, because nobody
has held me and no hands have strayed and even
though I'm drunk with love, my arms are empty.

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I was overcome by the simplicity of the brook and abandoned my envy and desire for bravery, and simply prayed: “Lord, give me the quietness of the waters of this little brook and like it I will amalgamate myself in thee!
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I beg you, help me, in angelic charity,
Pray my efforts will reflect your mastery!

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Long ago we conquered our passions looking at ourselves in the mirror of eternity.

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Monsieur, you must be mad!
Box Five can never be had
For money, love or the world ...

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Each form is inadequate, like a graft to be rejected by its intractable and unrelenting host and thus can only serve a brief and momentary purpose coherent to a context rooted in contiguous reason. This unbridled brash Spirit is, to itself, burdensome, yet dynamic, for it sees no flaw in working within the confines of a closed system to achieve ends that extend beyond it. This Spirit is, in fact, self-deceptive for to achieve such ends, it becomes necessary to bound manipulable fragments of the Self with a twine by which these parts can be joined indissolubly and maneuvered adroitly with the skill of a marionettist.