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What has not been, may be.
Love kills time and time kills love.
Who would have many friends let him test but few.
Every ditch is full of your after-wits.
The moth does most mischief to the finest garment.
Arms carry peace.
Break the legs of an evil custom.
Don’t even take a bath with fools, because they’ll throw away the soap.
Even woods have ears.
Eat and drink with your relatives, but do business with strangers.
He who doth the injury never forgives the injured man.
Thirst comes from drinking.
The poorhouse is full of honest people.
The winds are out of breath.
Present fears are less than horrible imaginings.
You haven’t yet seen me be rude. When I am it’s unmistakable. – Michelle Maxwell.
Bliss is easy, just take a drug. What is hard is feeling good about our real selves.
People compared Garden State to the Graduate, but when was the last
My day is not complete if I don’t tell you I love you.
We’re in a post-conceptual era where it’s really the artist’s idea and
But children, hark! Your mother would rather, When you arrived, have been your father.