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Seen from the moon we are all the same size.
Immortality without eternity is a rope with only one end.
There is nothing more poetic than the truth. He who does not see poetry in it will always be a poor versifier outside of it.
Two left-handed gloves don't make a pair. Two half-truths don't make a truth.
Principles are things which one calls upon to avoid something unpleasant.
There is only one evil, one crime, one sin: lack of heart.
It's unfair of a circle to accuse the angle of being sharp.
Perhaps nothing is entirely true, not even this.
Donne, for not keeping of accent, deserved hanging ... Shakespeare wanted art ... Sharpham, Day, Dekker, were all rogues.
Listen to me, as if I were Sybaris barking with all his heads, at the gates of Hell, I will tell you where to take it. But don't . ...
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