The beauty of words


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England, worcestershire, worcester.
Is there a poem that moves you?
Do you have a song that makes you glad?
What words inspire you?
What speeches make you mad?
For emotions the key, the ability to move with words alone.
So don?t be a hick and post something that will make our minds tick ! :)
In that last dance of chances
I shall partner you no more.
I shall watch another turn you
As you move across the floor.

In that last dance of chances
When I bid your life goodbye
I will hope she treats you kindly.
I will hope you learn to fly.

In that last dance of chances
When I know you?ll not be mine
I will let you go with longing
And the hope that you?ll be fine.

In that last dance of chances
We shall know each other?s minds.
We shall part with our regrets
When the tie no longer binds.

The fool?s farewell ? taken from ?Fool?s Fate? by Robin Hobb.
I?d been following the story from the beginning, and when I read this I wept.

Life is just this thing that people do when they?re not totally dead, man.
There is, like, this other school of thought which believes life to be a bowl of cherries, but I submit that they can be clearly told apart by the following method: take the object under consideration and discharge a completely humungous shotgun into it from like, about this far away.
If it sort of makes this weird little ?eeeeee/iik? noise, kicks its legs up and down for a while and then lies still, it was probably life.
If, on the other hand, it just leaves this funny stain on the carpet but is otherwise totally unexceptional, then, in my opinion, it was probably a bowl of cherries, man. Better luck next time.

Taken from the introduction from ?D.R & Quinch?s totally awesome GUIDE TO LIFE? by Alan Moore & Alan Davis.
When I was a child, it brought laughter to wash away the pain.

All the psalms and a lot of hymns are very meaningful.


I know one phrase that motivates me...
"Carpe Diem."

and a slogan...
"And THAT, my friend, is the bottom line."

and a slang exclamation...
"Boo yah shakah!"
"Imagination is more important than knowledge..."
Albert Einstein.
A quote I've lived by for most of my life. Its become something of a personal motto for me.
Most of my quotes would come from a rapper name NAs
Very....intelligent, street wise, man who has been inspirational since 18!

A good one of his quotes from a song is in my signature.
Rachel said:
"Imagination is more important than knowledge..."
Albert Einstein.
A quote I've lived by for most of my life. Its become something of a personal motto for me.

That's a good one, Rachel. :cool:
"You can discover more about a person in an hour of play than in a year of conversation." --Plato

"The fool doth think he is wise, but the wise man knows himself to be a fool." --William Shakespeare, from "As You Like It"

"The only abnormality is the incapacity to love." --Anais Nin

I have so many! Most songs by Tori Amos and Morrissey. I'll be back! :p
Escaflowne, NAS is good..
show ya right! i'm post some more for the masess. Everybody will be introduced to Nas :cool:
i have one that touches something special inside me..

"woodman, touch not that tree
hurt not a single baugh
in youth it sheltered me
and i shall protect it now"

(not sure about the spelling of baugh =P)

i just love his devotion to the tree from his youth.. it's beautiful... can't remember who wrote it htough >_<
What if heaven was a mile away-
and you can ride by the gates-
Would you try to run inside when it opens-
Would you try to die today-
Would you pray loud and finally believe in his power-
Even if you couldn't see, but you could feel but you still doubted-
How would you start acting-
Would you try to put the keys-
Would you try to put the ki's down-
Thinking every drug sell that you make in the streets He can see now-
Would a fiend even want to get high, would he stop smoking-
If he knew on his own two feet he could just stroll in-
To get away and escape from the craziness-
And I bet you there's a Heaven for an atheist-

-Nas *If heaven was a mile away*-
There is something to be learned from a rainstorm. When meeting with a sudden shower, you try not to get wet and run quickly along the road. But doing such things as passing under eaves of houses, you still get wet. When you are resolved from the beginning, you will not be perplexed, though you still get the same soaking. This understanding extends to everything.

Taken from 'Hagakure' by Yamamoto Tsunetomo.
I've found this to be very useful since I came out. Whats the point of hiding myself away if I'm going to get abuse anyway. Better to accept the abuse as a fact of life and live my life fully in the open.
No ideals original, there's nothing new under the sun.
Why you base your happeiness on material women and large paper.
That means your inferior not major.
-NAs- No ideals original.
I cannot praise a fugitive and cloistered virtue, unexercised and unbreathed, that never sallies out and sees her adversary, but slinks out of the race where that immortal garland is to be run for, not without dust and heat. - Milton Areopagitica.

?T was brillig, and the slithy toves
Did gyre and gimble in the wabe;
All mimsy were the borogoves,
And the mome raths outgrabe.
- Carroll Through the Looking-glass
Beware of Satan and his beautiful words !

Have you ever noticed that the reversed spelling of "stressed" = "desserts" ?

So, next time when you are feeling a little stressed, maybe a little desserts can help.
It is probably the work of God.

Or, maybe not...
More desserts = Gaining more weight = More stressed

It is indeed a trap devised by Satan to lure us into Fat Camp which is another Hell, except this one is on Earth!

Behind the beauty of words, there maybe a fat camp/hell waiting for YOU ... :balloon:
"Degenerates are our specialty, we cover up things every day of the week that would embarress the Marquis de Sade"
Secret Service Agent to Hunter.S.Thompson about politicians on the campaign trail.

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