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Th'emeraude Sayings By James Gleick: Type 'What is th' and faster than you can find the 'e' Google is sending Type 'What is th' and faster than you can find the 'e' Google is sending choices back at you: 'What is the cloud?' 'What is the mean?' 'What is the American dream?' 'What is the illuminati?' Google is trying to read your mind. Only it's not your mind. It's the World Brain. — James Gleick
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Th'emeraude Sayings By Linji Yixuan: The miracle is not to walk on water. The miracle is to walk on earth. The miracle is not to walk on water. The miracle is to walk on earth. — Linji Yixuan
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Th'emeraude Sayings By John Newton: Safely through another week, GOD has brought us on our way, Let us now a Safely through another week, GOD has brought us on our way, Let us now a blessing seek On th' approaching sabbath-day: — John Newton
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Th'emeraude Sayings By Robert Burns: Ambition is a meteor-gleam; Fame a restless airy dream; Pleasures, insects on the wing Round Ambition is a meteor-gleam; Fame a restless airy dream; Pleasures, insects on the wing Round Peace, th' tend rest flow'r of spring. — Robert Burns
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Th'emeraude Sayings By Aristophanes: Tis not for us to warn a wilful sinner; We stay him not, but let Tis not for us to warn a wilful sinner; We stay him not, but let him run his course, Till by misfortunes rous'd, his conscience wakes, And prompts him to appease th' offended gods. — Aristophanes
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Th'emeraude Sayings By William Shakespeare: The wound of peace is surety, Surety secure; but modest doubt is called The beacon The wound of peace is surety, Surety secure; but modest doubt is called The beacon of the wise, the tent that searches To th' bottom of the worst. — William Shakespeare
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Th'emeraude Sayings By Orson Scott Card: Your motivation has to be rock solid. You have to want it so bad that Your motivation has to be rock solid. You have to want it so bad that even th threat of death won't take it from you. — Orson Scott Card
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Th'emeraude Sayings By Lisa Kleypas: You're not like any man I've ever known," she said. "You're not even someone I You're not like any man I've ever known," she said. "You're not even someone I could have dreamed. You're like someone from a fairy story written in a language I don't even know."
"The prince, I hope."
"No, you're the dragon, a beautiful wicked dragon." Her voice turned wistful. "How could anyone have a normal everyday life with you?" Cam took her in a safe, firm grip and lowered her to the mattress. "Maybe you'll be a civilizing influence on me." He bent over the slope of her breast, kissing it through the muslin veil of her gown. "Or maybe you'll get a taste for the dragon." He found the bud of her nipple, wet the cotton with his mouth, until the tender flesh pricked up against his tongue.
"I th-think I already have." She sounded so perturbed that he laughed. "Then lie still," he whispered, "while I breathe fire on you. — Lisa Kleypas
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Th'emeraude Sayings By Finley Peter Dunne: When 'tis an aven thing in th' prayin', may th' best man win ... an' When 'tis an aven thing in th' prayin', may th' best man win ... an' th' best man will win. — Finley Peter Dunne
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Th'emeraude Sayings By William Shakespeare: Timon will to the woods, where he shall findTh' unkindest beast more kinder than mankind.The Timon will to the woods, where he shall find
Th' unkindest beast more kinder than mankind.
The gods confound - hear me, you good gods all -
Th' Athenians both within and out that wall!
And grant, as Timon grows, his hate may grow
To the whole race of mankind, high and low!
Amen. — William Shakespeare
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Th'emeraude Sayings By William Shakespeare: The blood weeps from my heart when I do shape,In forms imaginary, th' unguided daysAnd The blood weeps from my heart when I do shape,
In forms imaginary, th' unguided days
And rotten times that you shall look upon
When I am sleeping with my ancestors. — William Shakespeare
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Th'emeraude Sayings By John Heywood: What a time herbs and weeds, and such things could talk, A man in his What a time herbs and weeds, and such things could talk, A man in his garden one day did walk, Spying a nettle green (as th'emeraude) spread in a bed of roses like the ruby red. Between which two colors he thought, but his eye, The green nettle did the red rose beautify. "How be it," he asked the nettle, "what thing Made him so pert? So nigh the Rose to Spring. — John Heywood
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Th'emeraude Sayings By William Shakespeare: Farewell the plumed troop, and the big warsThat make ambition virtue! O, farewell!Farewell the neighing Farewell the plumed troop, and the big wars
That make ambition virtue! O, farewell!
Farewell the neighing steed and the shrill trump,
The spirit-stirring drum, th' ear-piercing fife,
The royal banner, and all quality,
Pride, pomp, and circumstance of glorious war! — William Shakespeare
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Th'emeraude Sayings By John Milton: A gulf profound as that Serbonian bog Betwixt Damiata and Mount Casius old, Where armies A gulf profound as that Serbonian bog Betwixt Damiata and Mount Casius old, Where armies whole have sunk: the parching air Burns frore, and cold performs th' effect of fire. Thither by harpy-footed Furies hal'd, At certain revolutions all the damn'd Are brought, and feel by turns the bitter change Of fierce extremes,-extremes by change more fierce; From beds of raging fire to starve in ice Their soft ethereal warmth, and there to pine Immovable, infix'd, and frozen round, Periods of time; thence hurried back to fire. — John Milton
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Th'emeraude Sayings By Mohammed Saeed Al-Sahaf: Hey had burnt and destroyed around 30 vehicles, including tanks and APC's and damaged three Hey had burnt and destroyed around 30 vehicles, including tanks and APC's and damaged three enemy helicopters. God bless the fighters of the Arab Socialist Ba'th Party. — Mohammed Saeed Al-Sahaf
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Th'emeraude Sayings By Alexander Pope: foreign Tyrants and of Nymphs at home; Here thou, great ANNA! whom three realms obey. foreign Tyrants and of Nymphs at home; Here thou, great ANNA! whom three realms obey. Dost sometimes counsel take - and sometimes Tea. Hither the heroes and the nymphs resort, To taste awhile the pleasures of a Court; 10 In various talk th' instructive hours they past, Who gave the ball, or paid the visit last; One speaks the glory of the British Queen, And one describes a charming Indian screen; A third interprets motions, looks, and eyes; 15 At ev'ry word a reputation dies. — Alexander Pope
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Th'emeraude Sayings By J.R.R. Tolkien: My body is broken. I go to my fathers. And even in their mighty company My body is broken. I go to my fathers. And even in their mighty company I shall not now be ashamed. — J.R.R. Tolkien
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Th'emeraude Sayings By Alexander Pope: All seems infected that th' infected spy,As all looks yellow to the jaundiced eye. All seems infected that th' infected spy,
As all looks yellow to the jaundiced eye. — Alexander Pope
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Th'emeraude Sayings By M T Anderson: The hafts of the tools were stained black with th sweat of us all, our The hafts of the tools were stained black with th sweat of us all, our contributions, black and white alike. — M T Anderson
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Th'emeraude Sayings By H.P. Lovecraft: The cloudless day is richer at its close;A golden glory settles on the lea;Soft, stealing The cloudless day is richer at its close;
A golden glory settles on the lea;
Soft, stealing shadows hint of cool repose
To mellowing landscape, and to calming sea.
And in that nobler, gentler, lovelier light,
The soul to sweeter, loftier bliss inclines;
Freed form the noonday glare, the favour'd sight
Increasing grace in earth and sky divines.
But ere the purest radiance crowns the green,
Or fairest lustre fills th' expectant grove,
The twilight thickens, and the fleeting scene
Leaves but a hallow'd memory of love! — H.P. Lovecraft
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Th'emeraude Sayings By John Milton: His form had yet not lost All her original brightness, nor appear'd Less than archangel His form had yet not lost All her original brightness, nor appear'd Less than archangel ruin'd, and th' excess Of glory obscur'd. — John Milton
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Th'emeraude Sayings By Jamie McGuire: He didn't speak; his lips continued working against mine. His solid arms enveloped me, and He didn't speak; his lips continued working against mine. His solid arms enveloped me, and then he buried his face in my neck.

"You're quiet th — Jamie McGuire
Th'emeraude Sayings By William Shakespeare: My love is as a fever, longing stillFor that which longer nurseth the disease,Feeding on My love is as a fever, longing still
For that which longer nurseth the disease,
Feeding on that which doth preserve the ill,
Th' uncertain sickly appetite to please.
My reason, the physician to my love,
Angry that his prescriptions are not kept,
Hath left me, and I desperate now approve
Desire is death, which physic did except. — William Shakespeare
Th'emeraude Sayings By Elliot Grove: Invest in learning and discovering new filmmaking techniques is the next keystone to success. Film Invest in learning and discovering new filmmaking techniques is the next keystone to success. Film is changing rapidly right now. The last big change was the introduction of sound. This time around it is movies on th internet and mobile telephones. — Elliot Grove
Th'emeraude Sayings By John Henry Newman: Lead, Kindly Light, amidst th'encircling gloom,Lead Thou me on!The night is dark, and I am Lead, Kindly Light, amidst th'encircling gloom,
Lead Thou me on!
The night is dark, and I am far from home,
Lead Thou me on!
Keep Thou my feet; I do not ask to see
The distant scene; one step enough for me.
I was not ever thus, nor prayed that Thou
Shouldst lead me on;
I loved to choose and see my path; but now
Lead Thou me on!
I loved the garish day, and, spite of fears,
Pride ruled my will. Remember not past years!
So long Thy power hath blest me, sure it still
Will lead me on.
O'er moor and fen, o'er crag and torrent, till
The night is gone,
And with the morn those angel faces smile,
Which I have loved long since, and lost awhile!
Meantime, along the narrow rugged path,
Thyself hast trod,
Lead, Saviour, lead me home in childlike faith,
Home to my God.
To rest forever after earthly strife
In the calm light of everlasting life. — John Henry Newman
Th'emeraude Sayings By William Shakespeare: We two alone will sing like bids i' th' cage. We two alone will sing like bids i' th' cage. — William Shakespeare
Th'emeraude Sayings By Desmond Tutu: Discovering more joy does not, save us from th inevitability of hardship and heartbreak. In Discovering more joy does not, save us from th inevitability of hardship and heartbreak. In fact, we may cry more easily, but we will laugh more easily too. Perhaps we are just more alive. Yet as we discover more joy, we can face suffering in a way that ennobles rather than embitters. We have hardship without becoming hard. We have heartbreaks without being broken. — Desmond Tutu
Th'emeraude Sayings By Rebecca Solnit: A precursor to the Social Darwinists, Hobbes argued from th premise that the primordial human A precursor to the Social Darwinists, Hobbes argued from th premise that the primordial human condition was a war fought by each against each, so brutal and incesssant that it was impossible to develop industry or even agriculture or the arts while that condition persisted. It's this description that culmintes in his famous epithet "And the life of man, solitary, poor, brutish, and short." It was a fiction to which he brought to bear another fiction, that of the social contract by which men agree to submit to rules and a presiding authority, surrendering their right to ravage each other for the sake of their own safety. The contract was not a bond of affection or identification, bot a culture or religion binding togetehr a civilization, only a convenience. Men, in his view, as in that of many other European writers of the period, are stark, mechanical creatures, windup soldiers social only by strategy and not by nature ... — Rebecca Solnit
Th'emeraude Sayings By John Milton: Such I created all th' Ethereal Powers And Spirits, both them who stood & them Such I created all th' Ethereal Powers And Spirits, both them who stood & them who faild; Freely they stood who stood, and fell who fell. Not — John Milton
Th'emeraude Sayings By William Shakespeare: May one be pardoned and retain th' offense? May one be pardoned and retain th' offense? — William Shakespeare
Th'emeraude Sayings By Mirza Tabish: Only the dead has seen th end of war Only the dead has seen th end of war — Mirza Tabish
Th'emeraude Sayings By Howard Zinn: The problem in this world is not civil disobedience ... th e problem in this The problem in this world is not civil disobedience ... th e problem in this world is civil obedience. — Howard Zinn
Th'emeraude Sayings By Finley Peter Dunne: You can lade a man up to th' university, but ye can't make him think. You can lade a man up to th' university, but ye can't make him think. — Finley Peter Dunne
Th'emeraude Sayings By Harriette Simpson Arnow: I've been readen th Bible an a hunten God fer a long while-off an on- I've been readen th Bible an a hunten God fer a long while-off an on- but it ain't so easy as picken up a nickel off the floor. — Harriette Simpson Arnow
Th'emeraude Sayings By John Donne: At the round earth's imagined corners blowYour trumpets, angels, and arise, ariseFrom death, you numberless At the round earth's imagined corners blow
Your trumpets, angels, and arise, arise
From death, you numberless infinities
Of souls, and to your scattered bodies go ;
All whom the flood did, and fire shall o'erthrow,
All whom war, dea[r]th, age, agues, tyrannies,
Despair, law, chance hath slain, and you, whose eyes
Shall behold God, and never taste death's woe.
But let them sleep, Lord, and me mourn a space ;
For, if above all these my sins abound,
'Tis late to ask abundance of Thy grace,
When we are there. Here on this lowly ground,
Teach me how to repent, for that's as good
As if Thou hadst seal'd my pardon with Thy blood.
John Donne
Th'emeraude Sayings By Finley Peter Dunne: Many a man that couldn't direct ye to th' drug store on th' corner when Many a man that couldn't direct ye to th' drug store on th' corner when he was thirty will get a respectful hearin' when age has further impaired his mind. — Finley Peter Dunne
Th'emeraude Sayings By Carl Sandburg: Show me the telegrams they sent you, one every day for six days while they Show me the telegrams they sent you, one every day for six days while they were walking six hundred miles on their pigeon toes."
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1. Feet are as good as wings if you have to. Chickamauga ...
3. In the night sleeping you forget whether you have wings or feet or neither. Chattahoochee ...
6. Pity me. Far is far. Near is near. and there is no place like home when the yellow roses climb up the ladders and sing in the early summer. Pity me. Wednesday Evening In The Twilight And The Gloaming.
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Well, Wednesday Evening was the only one I noticed making any mention of the yellow roses in her telegram," Hatrack the Horse explained.
Then the old man and the girl sat on the cracker box saying nothing, only listening to the yellow roses all on fire with early summer climbing up th ecrooked ladders, up and down and crossways, some of them leaning out and curving and nearly falling. — Carl Sandburg
Th'emeraude Sayings By Shouji Gatou: - I picked these last night. I want you to have them.- Th-thanks. What kind - I picked these last night. I want you to have them.
- Th-thanks. What kind of flowers are these? They're pretty.
- The flowers themselves aren't important. It would be better if the blossoms fell off right away.
- What!?
- They're poppies. When the petals fall off, you can cut the seed pods to make opium. Basically, these are the raw materials for heroin. If you sell that in the city, you should bring in an impressive amount of money. — Shouji Gatou
Th'emeraude Sayings By John Armstrong: There is, they say, (and I believe there is),A spark within us of th' immortal There is, they say, (and I believe there is),
A spark within us of th' immortal fire,
That animates and moulds the grosser frame;
And when the body sinks, escapes to heaven;
Its native seat, and mixes with the gods. — John Armstrong
Th'emeraude Sayings By William Shakespeare: With these shreds They vented their complainings, which being answered And a petition granted them, With these shreds They vented their complainings, which being answered And a petition granted them, a strange one, To break the heart of generosity, And make bold power look pale, they threw their caps As they would hang them on the horns o' th' moon, Shouting their emulation. — William Shakespeare
Th'emeraude Sayings By Sherrilyn Kenyon: Who could blame her for that? he personally couldn't think of any woman who would Who could blame her for that? he personally couldn't think of any woman who would welcome that news. Hey hon, guess what? your son that you nurtured in your body for nine months and then sacrificed your life and dignity to raise is destined to end th world. Aren't you proud? — Sherrilyn Kenyon
Th'emeraude Sayings By Alexander Pope: And now, unveil'd, the Toilet stands display'd, Each silver Vase in mystic order laid. First, And now, unveil'd, the Toilet stands display'd, Each silver Vase in mystic order laid. First, rob'd in white, the Nymph intent adores, With head uncover'd, the Cosmetic pow'rs. A heav'nly image in the glass appears, 125 To that she bends, to that her eyes she rears; Th' inferior Priestess, at her altar's side, Trembling begins the sacred rites of Pride. Unnumber'd treasures ope at once, and here — Alexander Pope
Th'emeraude Sayings By William Shakespeare: In such businessAction is eloquence, and the eyes of th' ignorantMore learned than the ears. In such business
Action is eloquence, and the eyes of th' ignorant
More learned than the ears. — William Shakespeare
Th'emeraude Sayings By MaryJanice Davidson: A vampire? How ith that pothible? I died in a car ackthident, for God'th thake! A vampire? How ith that pothible? I died in a car ackthident, for God'th thake! Aw, thon of a bith! — MaryJanice Davidson
Th'emeraude Sayings By Thomas Middleton: Good, happy, swift; there's gunpowder i'th' court,Wildfire at midnight in this heedless fury. Good, happy, swift; there's gunpowder i'th' court,
Wildfire at midnight in this heedless fury. — Thomas Middleton
Th'emeraude Sayings By Marty Rubin: Th tree sheds a memory with every leaf. Th tree sheds a memory with every leaf. — Marty Rubin
Th'emeraude Sayings By William Shakespeare: Who alone suffers suffers most i' th' mind,Leaving free things and happy shows behind;But then Who alone suffers suffers most i' th' mind,
Leaving free things and happy shows behind;
But then the mind much sufferance doth o'erskip
When grief hath mates, and bearing fellowship. — William Shakespeare
Th'emeraude Sayings By William Shakespeare: Set honour in one eye and death i' th' other,And I will look on both Set honour in one eye and death i' th' other,
And I will look on both indifferently — William Shakespeare
Th'emeraude Sayings By George Eliot: I like to read about Moses best, in th' Old Testament. He carried a hard I like to read about Moses best, in th' Old Testament. He carried a hard business well through, and died when other folks were going to reap the fruits; a man must have courage to look after his life so, and think what'll come f it after he's dead and gone. — George Eliot
Th'emeraude Sayings By Stephen King: Bill looked up, wiping his eyes. They were all soaked to the skin and looked Bill looked up, wiping his eyes. They were all soaked to the skin and looked like a litter of pups that had just forded a river. "Ih-It's scuh-scuh-hared of u-u-us, you know, " he said. "I can fuh-feel th-that. I swear to Guh-God I c-c-can. " Bev nodded soberly. "I think you're right. " "H-H-Help m-m-me, " Bill said. "P-P-Pl-Please. H-H-Help m-m-me. — Stephen King
Th'emeraude Sayings By John Milton: Th' unconquerable will,/ And study of revenge, immortal hate,/ And courage never to submit or Th' unconquerable will,/ And study of revenge, immortal hate,/ And courage never to submit or yield/ And what is else not to be overcome? — John Milton
Th'emeraude Sayings By Robert Moss: Living by synchronicity isn't merely about getting messages. It is about growing the poetic consciousness Living by synchronicity isn't merely about getting messages. It is about growing the poetic consciousness that allows us to taste and touch what rhymes and resonates in the world we inhabit, and how the world-behind-th e-world reveals itself by fluttering the veils of our consensual reality. — Robert Moss
Th'emeraude Sayings By William Shakespeare: He stopped the flyersAnd by his rare example made the cowardTurn terror into sport. As He stopped the flyers
And by his rare example made the coward
Turn terror into sport. As weeds before
A vessel under sail, so men obeyed
And fell below his stem. His sword, Death's stamp,
Where it did mark, it took; from face to foot
He was a thing of blood, whose every motion
Was timed with dying cries. Alone he entered
The mortal gate o' th' city, which he painted
With shunless destiny; aidless came off
And with a sudden reinforcement struck
Corioles like a planet. Now all's his,
When by and by the dim of war gan pierce
His ready sense; then straight his doubled spirit
Requickened what in flesh was fatigate,
And to the battle came he, where he did
Run reeking o'er the lives of men as if
'Twere a perpetual spoil; and till we called
Both field and city ours, he never stood
To ease his breast with panting. — William Shakespeare
Th'emeraude Sayings By William Shakespeare: The providence that's in a watchful state Knows almost every grain of Plutus' gold, Finds The providence that's in a watchful state Knows almost every grain of Plutus' gold, Finds bottom in th' incomprehensive deeps, Keeps place with thought, and almost, like the gods, Does thoughts unveil in their dumb cradles. There is a mystery (with which relation Durst never meddle) in the soul of state, Which hath an operation more divine Than breath or pen can give expressure to. (Act 3, Sc. — William Shakespeare
Th'emeraude Sayings By Edmund Waller: To man, that was in th' evening made, Stars gave the first delight; Admiring, in To man, that was in th' evening made,
Stars gave the first delight;
Admiring, in the gloomy shade,
Those little drops of light. — Edmund Waller
Th'emeraude Sayings By Muhammad Yunus: Th direct elimination of elimination of poverty should be the objective of all development aid. Th direct elimination of elimination of poverty should be the objective of all development aid. Development should be viewed as a human rights issue, not as a question of simply increasing the gross national product (GNP). — Muhammad Yunus
Th'emeraude Sayings By Lorna Seilstad: Put this on." He pushed the coat into her hands. "I'll go get the quilt Put this on." He pushed the coat into her hands. "I'll go get the quilt because you're going to need all the warmth you can get." "What about you?" "So you'd like me to warm you up too?" Her face bloomed crimson. He grinned. "I'd love to warm you up, but your sisters are watching." "Th-that's not what I meant. I was worried about you being cold." "It's nice to know you care." He pulled the coat from her hands and draped it around her shoulders. "I didn't say that. — Lorna Seilstad
Th'emeraude Sayings By William Shakespeare: Out o' th' moon, I do assure thee. I was the man in the moon Out o' th' moon, I do assure thee. I was the man in the moon when time was,
--Stephano
(Act II, scene 2, lines 136-137) — William Shakespeare
Th'emeraude Sayings By Brandon Bays: From Freedom is:"True forgiveness is one of the most healing relasing, and freeing gifts we From Freedom is:
"True forgiveness is one of the most healing relasing, and freeing gifts we give to ourselves."

"You can't fake it (forgivenss). It has to come from an open heart. It has to be real. Otherwise it is pointless. In order to fruly forgive, you must be willing to open your heart and face and release the pain there."
"It requires humility. It requites us to give up our rightenous indignation, get off our soapbox, let go of blame, and le go of th pride of being right. It means we have to be willing to drop our victim story, soften our stance, and if necessary, let our heart be broken wide open." Brandon Bays Chapter 8 on forgiveness. — Brandon Bays
Th'emeraude Sayings By William Shakespeare: Antony shall be brought drunken forth, and I shall see some squeaking Cleopatra boy my Antony shall be brought drunken forth, and I shall see some squeaking Cleopatra boy my greatness
I' th' posture of a whore. — William Shakespeare
Th'emeraude Sayings By William Shakespeare: When thou cam'st first, Thou strok'st me and made much of me; wouldst give me When thou cam'st first, Thou strok'st me and made much of me; wouldst give me Water with berries in't; and teach me how To name the bigger light, and how the less, That burn by day and night; and then I loved thee And showed thee all the qualities o' th' isle, The fresh springs, brine-pits, barren place and fertile. — William Shakespeare
Th'emeraude Sayings By John Milton: The Tempter ere th' Accuser of man-kind, To wreck on innocent frail man his loss The Tempter ere th' Accuser of man-kind, To wreck on innocent frail man his loss Of that first Battel, and his flight to Hell: Yet — John Milton
Th'emeraude Sayings By William Shakespeare: Come, seeling night, Scarf up the tender eye of pitiful day, And with thy bloody Come, seeling night, Scarf up the tender eye of pitiful day, And with thy bloody and invisible hand Cancel and tear to pieces that great bond Which keeps me pale. Light thickens, and the crow Makes wing to th' rooky wood. Good things of day begin to droop and drowse, While night's black agents to their prey do rouse. — William Shakespeare
Th'emeraude Sayings By Frances Hodgson Burnett: Mother says as th' two worst things as can happen to a child is never Mother says as th' two worst things as can happen to a child is never have his own way-- or always to have it. She doesn't know which is th' worst. — Frances Hodgson Burnett
Th'emeraude Sayings By Jodi Picoult: She is quiet for a moment. "have you ever been swimming in the summer", she She is quiet for a moment. "have you ever been swimming in the summer", she asks, "when a cloud comes in front of the sun? You know how, for a few seconds, you're absolutely freezing in th water and you think you'd better get out and dry off? But then all of a sudden the sun's back out and you're warm again and when you tell people how much fun you had swimming you wouldn't even think to mention those clouds." Cara shrugs. "That's what it's like, with my father." -Cara — Jodi Picoult
Th'emeraude Sayings By Philippa Gregory: I had meant my promise to George. I had said that I was, before anything I had meant my promise to George. I had said that I was, before anything else, a Boleyn and a Howard through and through; but now, sitting in th shadowy room, looking out over the gray slates of the city, and up at the dark clouds leaning on the roof of Westminster Palace, I suddenly realized that George was wrong, and that my family was wrong, and that I had been wrong
for all my life. I was not a Howard before anything else. Before anything else I was a woman who was capable of passion and who had a great need and a great desire for love, I didn't want the rewards for which Anne had surrendered her youth. I didn' want the arid glamour of George's life, I wanted the heat and the sweat and the passion of a man that I could love and trust. And I wanted to give myself to him: not for advantage, but for desire. — Philippa Gregory
Th'emeraude Sayings By William Deresiewicz: If we are to create a decent society, a just society, a wise and prosperous If we are to create a decent society, a just society, a wise and prosperous society, a society where children can learn for the love of learning and people can work for the love of work, then that ids what we must believe. We don't have to love our neighbors as ourselves, but we need to love our neighbor's children as our own. We have tried aristocracy. We have tried meritocracy. Now it's time to try democracy."

"It comes to this: the elite have purchased self-perpetuation at the price of their children's happiness. Th e more hoops kids have to jump through, the more it costs to get them through them and the fewer families can do it. But the more they have to jump through, the more miserable they are. — William Deresiewicz
Th'emeraude Sayings By Rysa Walker: He shrugged. "Yeah, but me dad said th' only way to learn is t' ask He shrugged. "Yeah, but me dad said th' only way to learn is t' ask questions. An' it's hard to do that with buttoned-up lips. Anyway, I c'n tell that one you're followin' is a bad bloke. He has those eyes. He always give me the evil look when he comes up that hill, kinda like you did this mornin', but I could tell you was jus' scared. Not mean."
"I was not scared," I said.
"'Course you were," he replied matter-of-factly. "You're new here and followin' some bad guy. But you got a good guide now, so you'll get your story and then your boss'll be happy, right?"
It seemed pointless to argue with an eight-year-old kid, especially when he was essentially correct, so I just buttoned my lip and followed. — Rysa Walker
Th'emeraude Sayings By William Shakespeare: Why, the wrong is but a wrong i'th'world; and having the world for your labour, Why, the wrong is but a wrong i'th'world; and having the world for your labour, 'tis a wrong in your own world, and you might quickly make it a right. — William Shakespeare
Th'emeraude Sayings By Finley Peter Dunne: No, sir, th' dimmycratic party ain't on speakin' terms with itsilf. Whin ye see two No, sir, th' dimmycratic party ain't on speakin' terms with itsilf. Whin ye see two men with white neckties go into a sthreet car an' set in opposite corners while wan mutthers Thraiter an' th' other hisses Miscreent ye can bet they're two dimmycratic leaders thryin' to reunite th' gran' ol' party. — Finley Peter Dunne
Th'emeraude Sayings By William Shakespeare: Beware of entrance to a quarrel, but, being in, bear t that th' opposed may Beware of entrance to a quarrel, but, being in, bear t that th' opposed may beware of thee. — William Shakespeare
Th'emeraude Sayings By Lailah Gifty Akita: Set your soul in search of th he truth. Set your soul in search of th he truth. — Lailah Gifty Akita
Th'emeraude Sayings By Audrey Niffenegger: I still feel like a castaway, th elast of a once numerous species. It was I still feel like a castaway, th elast of a once numerous species. It was as though Robinson Crusoe discovered the telltale footprint on the beach and then realized that it was his own. Myself, small as a leaf, thin as water, begins to cry. — Audrey Niffenegger
Th'emeraude Sayings By William Shakespeare: A fool, a fool! I met a fool i' th' forest,A motley fool! a miserable A fool, a fool! I met a fool i' th' forest,
A motley fool! a miserable world!
As I do live by food, I met a fool
Who laid him down and basked him in the sun
And railed on Lady Fortune in good terms,
In good set terms, and yet a motley fool. — William Shakespeare
Th'emeraude Sayings By Daniel Clowes: I feel like a lot of my aesthetic was in response to feeling the awfulness I feel like a lot of my aesthetic was in response to feeling the awfulness and cheapness of that [ the 70'th]. — Daniel Clowes
Th'emeraude Sayings By Luigi Pulci: Serve many fruitlessly, If one repay, Th' ingratitude of thousands 'twill outweigh. Serve many fruitlessly, If one repay, Th' ingratitude of thousands 'twill outweigh. — Luigi Pulci
Th'emeraude Sayings By Elizabeth Gaskell: For sure, th' world is in a confusion that passes me or any other man For sure, th' world is in a confusion that passes me or any other man to understand; it needs fettling, and who's to fettle it, if it's as yon folks say, and there's nought but what we see? — Elizabeth Gaskell
Th'emeraude Sayings By John Gay: Woman's mind Oft' shifts her passions, like th'inconstant wind; Sudden she rages, like the troubled Woman's mind Oft' shifts her passions, like th'inconstant wind; Sudden she rages, like the troubled main, Now sinks the storm, and all is calm again. — John Gay
Th'emeraude Sayings By Mohammed Saeed Al-Sahaf: During the battles last night and at dawn, they [ Ba'th Socialist Party fighters] had During the battles last night and at dawn, they [ Ba'th Socialist Party fighters] had destroyed three American helicopters — Mohammed Saeed Al-Sahaf
Th'emeraude Sayings By George Crabbe: Is there a place, save one the poet sees, A land of love, of liberty, Is there a place, save one the poet sees, A land of love, of liberty, and ease; Where labour wearies not, nor cares suppress Th' eternal flow of rustic happiness; Where no proud mansion frowns in awful state, Or keeps the sunshine from the cottage-gate; Where young and old, intent on pleasure, throng, And half man's life is holiday and song? Vain search for scenes like these! no view appears, By sighs unruffled or unstain'd by tears; Since vice the world subdued and waters drown'd, Auburn and Eden can no more be found. — George Crabbe
Th'emeraude Sayings By Bhartrhari: Neither rings, bright chains, nor bracelets, perfumes, flowers, nor well-trimmed hair, Grace a man like Neither rings, bright chains, nor bracelets, perfumes, flowers, nor well-trimmed hair, Grace a man like polished language, th' only jewel he should wear. — Bhartrhari
Th'emeraude Sayings By William Shakespeare: Though with their high wrongs I am struck to th' quick,Yet with my nobler reason Though with their high wrongs I am struck to th' quick,
Yet with my nobler reason 'gainst my fury
Do I take part. — William Shakespeare
Th'emeraude Sayings By Lisa Henry: Deacon grinned and raised his hand. There was a moment's hesitation, a few seconds where Deacon grinned and raised his hand. There was a moment's hesitation, a few seconds where Deacon wasn't sure whether he could really do it. Then he brought his hand down, smacking the center of Mark's ass. Mark's breath hitched, but other than that, nothing much happened. The spot Deacon had slapped was barely pink. "Was that okay?" Deacon asked.
"Was what okay?" Mark asked, lifting his head.
"Uh, the way I did that?"
"Did you do something?"
"What do you mean?"
"I might be wrong, mate, but isn't a spanking supposed to hurt a bit? You've got arm muscles; why don't you use th - "
The crack of Deacon's palm against Mark's flesh made Deacon cringe - not out of sympathy for Mark so much as fear that the entire house had heard it. Mark bucked, and the pink patch that appeared on his right cheek was quite satisfying. "Better?" Deacon asked.
"God. Fuck. Yes. Better," Mark said into the pillow. — Lisa Henry
Th'emeraude Sayings By William Shakespeare: Tis like she comes to speak of Cassio's death,The noise was high. Ha! No more Tis like she comes to speak of Cassio's death,
The noise was high. Ha! No more moving?
Still as the grave. Shall she come in? Were 't good?
I think she stirs again - No. What's best to do?
If she come in, she'll sure speak to my wife -
My wife! my wife! what wife? I have no wife.
Oh, insupportable! Oh, heavy hour!
Methinks it should be now a huge eclipse
Of sun and moon, and that th' affrighted globe
Should yawn at alteration. — William Shakespeare
Th'emeraude Sayings By Tahereh Mafi: Because something inside of my heart is ripping apart and it feels like fear, it Because something inside of my heart is ripping apart and it feels like fear, it tastes like panic and anxiety and desperation and I don't know how to understand th image in front of me. I don't want to see Warner like this. I don't want to think of him as anything other than a monster.
This isn't right — Tahereh Mafi
Th'emeraude Sayings By Jean Toomer: But words is like th spots on dice: no matter how y fumbles em,there's times But words is like th spots on dice: no matter how y fumbles em,
there's times when they jes wont
come. — Jean Toomer
Th'emeraude Sayings By William Shakespeare: Then must you speakOf one that loved not wisely but too well,Of one not easily Then must you speak
Of one that loved not wisely but too well,
Of one not easily jealous but, being wrought,
Perplexed in the extreme; of one whose hand,
Like the base Indian, threw a pearl away
Richer than all his tribe; of one whose subdued eyes,
Albeit unused to the melting mood,
Drop tears as fast as the Arabian trees
Their medicinable gum. Set you down this,
And say besides that in Aleppo once,
Where a malignant and a turbaned Turk
Beat a Venetian and traduced the state,
I took by th' throat the circumcised dog
And smote him thus. — William Shakespeare
Th'emeraude Sayings By Jack Spicer: Beauty is so rare a thSing a new songRealMusicA busted flush. A pain in the Beauty is so rare a th
Sing a new song
Real
Music
A busted flush. A pain in the eyebrows. A
Visiting card
- from 15 False Propositions Against God [1958] — Jack Spicer
Th'emeraude Sayings By Leslie Marmon Silko: He was overwhelmed by the love he felt for her; tears filled his eyes and He was overwhelmed by the love he felt for her; tears filled his eyes and the ache in his throat ran deep into his chest. He ran down the hill to the river, through the light rain until th pain faded like fog mist. He stood and watched the rainy dawn, and he knew he would find her again. — Leslie Marmon Silko
Th'emeraude Sayings By John Milton: Thou O Spirit, that dost prefer Before all Temples th' upright heart and pure, Instruct Thou O Spirit, that dost prefer Before all Temples th' upright heart and pure, Instruct me, for Thou know'st; Thou from the first Wast present, and with mighty wings outspread Dove-like satst brooding on the vast Abyss And mad'st it pregnant: What is in me dark Illumine, what is low raise and support; That to the heighth of this great Argument I may assert Eternal Providence, And justify the ways of God to men. — John Milton
Th'emeraude Sayings By John Milton: Th'invention all admir'd, and each, how he to be th'inventor miss'd; so easy it seem'd Th'invention all admir'd, and each, how he to be th'inventor miss'd; so easy it seem'd once found, which yet unfound most would have thought impossible. — John Milton
Th'emeraude Sayings By William Shakespeare: Th abuse of greatness is when it disjoins remorse from power. Th abuse of greatness is when it disjoins remorse from power. — William Shakespeare
Th'emeraude Sayings By Neil DeGrasse Tyson: When you visit countries that don't nurture these kinds of ambitions, you can feel th When you visit countries that don't nurture these kinds of ambitions, you can feel th absence of hope ... people are reduced to worrying only about that day's shelter or the next day's meal. It's a shame, even a tragedy, how many people do not get to think about the future. Technology coupled with wise leadership not only solves these problems but enables dreams of tomorow. — Neil DeGrasse Tyson
Th'emeraude Sayings By Charles Eliot: The warders of the gate but scarce maintain Th' unequal combat, and resist in vain. The warders of the gate but scarce maintain Th' unequal combat, and resist in vain. — Charles Eliot
Th'emeraude Sayings By John Milton: Thus began Outrage from liveless things; but Discord first Daughter of Sin, among th' irrational, Thus began Outrage from liveless things; but Discord first Daughter of Sin, among th' irrational, Death introduc'd through fierce antipathie: Beast now with Beast gan war, & Fowle with Fowle, And Fish with Fish; to graze the Herb all leaving, Devourd each other; nor stood much in awe Of Man, but fled him, or with count'nance grim Glar'd on him passing: these were from without The growing miseries, which ADAM saw Alreadie in part, though hid in gloomiest shade, To sorrow abandond, but worse felt within, And in a troubl'd Sea of passion tost, Thus to disburd'n sought with sad complaint. — John Milton
Th'emeraude Sayings By Frances Hodgson Burnett: Th' world's full o' jackasses brayin' an' they never bray nowt but lies. Th' world's full o' jackasses brayin' an' they never bray nowt but lies. — Frances Hodgson Burnett
Th'emeraude Sayings By William Shakespeare: Tis gold Which buys admittanceoft it dothyea, and makes Diana's rangers false themselves, yield up Tis gold Which buys admittance
oft it doth
yea, and makes Diana's rangers false themselves, yield up This deer to th' stand o' th' stealer: and 'tis gold Which makes the true man kill'd and saves the thief, Nay, sometimes hangs both thief and true man. — William Shakespeare
Th'emeraude Sayings By William Shakespeare: That tears shall drown the wind. I have no spur To prick the sides of That tears shall drown the wind. I have no spur To prick the sides of my intent, but only Vaulting ambition, which o'erleaps itself And falls on th' other. — William Shakespeare
Th'emeraude Sayings By Samuel Daniel: Pow'r above pow'rs!O heavenly eloquence!That with the strong rein of commanding words,Dost manage, guide, and Pow'r above pow'rs!
O heavenly eloquence!
That with the strong rein of commanding words,
Dost manage, guide, and master th' eminence
Of men's affections, more than all their swords! — Samuel Daniel
Th'emeraude Sayings By Barry S. Strauss: The single sculler, alone on the river at dawn, or spotlighted in his lane during The single sculler, alone on the river at dawn, or spotlighted in his lane during a race, is th emost romantic, the most quixotic figure in all rowing. — Barry S. Strauss