Top Dr Oz Quotes

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Favorite Dr Oz Quotes

1. "-Tendrían que vigilarlo esta noche. ¿Tiene familia?-Yo no le conozco ninguna. Pero puedo velarlo yo mismo.Grand movía la cabeza.-Tenga usted en cuenta que a él tampoco puedo decir que lo conozca.Pero debemos ayudarnos unos a otros."
Author: Albert Camus
2. "Byron, in "Don Juan", face o satira amara la adresa femeilor care transforma dragostea intr-o "afacere de cap" uitind ca au "inima". Capul vine dupa inima, caci nu el este centrul corpului, ci o dezvoltare a lui. Cind moare un erou i se imbalsameaza inima, in timp ce filozofii si poetii au parte, dupa moarte, de cercetarea amanuntita a craniului si creierului."
Author: Arthur Schopenhauer
3. "When Molly O'Toole was looking at the colored pictures in Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle's big dictionary and just happened to be eating a candy cane at the same time and drooled candy cane juice on the colored pictures of gems and then forgot and shut the book so the pages all stuck together, Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle didn't say, "Such a careless little girl can never ever look at the colored pictures in my dictionary again." Nor did she say, "You must never look at books when you are eating." She said, "Let's see, I think we can steam those pages apart, and then we can wipe the stickiness off with a little soap and water, like this-now see, it's just as good as new. There's nothing as cozy as a piece of candy and a book."
Author: Betty MacDonald
4. "Strauss! Oh yes, he was so-so. He wrote pretty music- The Blue Danube and Tales from the Vienna Woods. But what is that compared to Mozart?'Suddenly, Bess and George spotted Nancy coming towards them. 'Nancy!' the cousins chimed simultaneously and raced toward her.'I see our bus driver is still at it.' Nancy grinned.'All the way from Salzburg." George groaned.'Did he run off the road again?''Not once but many times,' Bess said. 'It was awful. Once he got so angry because someone compared Beethoven to Mozart that he actually stopped the bus, ran outside, and shouted into the valley, Beethoven is a bore. Mozart is sublime. Over and over. The professor had to go out and drag him back to the bus."
Author: Carolyn Keene
5. "Ljudi duguju jedni drugima izvesnu vernost, cak i kad nisu u braku. U neku ruku, poverenje bi onda trebalo da je dublje, jer nije ozakonjeno."
Author: Charles Bukowski
6. "No veo obstáculos a que goce de una suerte feliz, sino en ese entrecejo, un entrecejo orgullosos, que parece querer decir: "yo puedo vivir sola, si el respeto de mi misma y las circunstancias me obligaran a ello. No necesito vender mi alma a un comprador de felicidad. Poseo un escondido e innato tesoro que me bastará para vivir si he de prescindir de todo placer ajeno a mí misma, en el caso de que hubiese de pagar por la dicha un precio demasiado caro". En la frente se lee: "mi razón es sólida y no permitirá a los sentimientos entregarse a sus desordenadas pasiones. Podrán las pasiones bramar y los deseos imaginar toda clase de cosas vanas; pero la sensatez será siempre la última palabra sobre el asunto y emitirá el voto decisivo en todas las terminaciones. Podrán producirse violentos huracanes, impetuosos temblores de tierra, ardorosas llamas, pero yo seguiré siempre los dictados de esa voz interior que interpreta los dictados de la conciencia"."
Author: Charlotte Brontë
7. "The no-booze rule is one of several shams perpetuated by certain religious groups, presumably to keep their flocks in line. After all, what's a shepherd to do with drunk sheep? So take your medicine, but leave the booze on the shelf. We have a label to keep, and it's not Jack Daniels. Don't mourn for me. Just tell me what to do rather than teach me what to be. Slam another pill, pop that one last sedative…you'll find me in the kitchen, washing my glass."
Author: Chila Woychik
8. "I felt empty and sad for years, and for a long, long time, alcohol worked. I'd drink, and all the sadness would go away. Not only did the sadness go away, but I was fantastic. I was beautiful, funny, I had a great figure, and I could do math. But at some point, the booze stopped working. That's when drinking started sucking. Every time I drank, I could feel pieces of me leaving. I continued to drink until there was nothing left. Just emptiness."
Author: Dina Kucera
9. "Ah, drink againThis river that is the taker-away of pain,And the giver-back of beauty!In these cool wavesWhat can be lost?--Only the sorry costOf the lovely thing, ah, never the thing itself!The level flood that lavesThe hot browAnd the stiff shoulderIs at our temples now.Gone is the fever,But not into the river;Melted the frozen pride,But the tranquil tideRuns never the warmer for this,Never the colder.Immerse the dream.Drench the kiss.Dip the song in the stream."
Author: Edna St. Vincent Millay
10. "Erika tako snažno stisne ruku uz tijelo da ruka druge glazbenice ne može probiti zid koji stvaraju Erikina ruka i tijelo pa kolegica, obeshrabrena, odustaje. Za takvu osobu svi kažu da je izrazito zatvorena. Pa joj se nitko i ne približava. Zaobilaze je. Radije nešto odgode i pricekaju samo da s njom ne bi morali imati posla. Neki ljudi glasno na sebe skrecu pozornost, ali ne i Erika. Neki pritom cak i mašu, ali ne i Erika. Ima takvih i onakvih. Neki skakucu na mjestu, jodlaju i vicu. Ali ne i Erika. Jer oni znaju što žele. Ali ne i Erika."
Author: Elfriede Jelinek
11. "I love you, Godric St. John, and now I'm breaking my word. I will not leave you. You may either come with me to Laurelwood or I'll stay here with you in your musty old house in London and drive you mad with all my talking and relatives and... and exotic sexual positions until you break down and love me back, for I'm warning you that I'm not giving up until you love me and we're a happy family with dozens of children."
Author: Elizabeth Hoyt
12. "So, Mr. Digence, home to visit the family?""That's right. My mother's folks are from Killarney.""Oh, really?""O'Reilly, actually. But what's a vowel between friends?""Very good. You should be on the stage.""It's funny you should mention that."The passport officer groaned. Ten more minutes and his shift would have been over. "I was being sarcastic, actually. . .""Because my friend, Mr. McGuire, and I are also doing a stint in the Christmas pantomime. It's Snow White. I'm Doc, and he's Dopey."The passport officer forced a smile. "Very good. Next."Mulch spoke for the entire line to hear. "Of course, Mr. McGuire there was born to play Dopey, if you catch my drift."Loafers lost it right there in the terminal. "You little freak!" he screamed. "I'll kill you! You'll be my next tattoo! You'll be my next tattoo!"Much tutted as Loafers disappeared beneath half a dozen security guards."Actors," he said. "Highly strung."
Author: Eoin Colfer
13. "Kilimanjaro is a snow-covered mountain 19,710 feet high, and is said to be the highest mountain in Africa. Its western summit is called the Masai 'Ngaje Ngai', the House of God. Close to the western summit there is a dried and frozen carcas of a leopard. No one has explained what the leopard was seeking at that altitude."
Author: Ernest Hemingway
14. "¿Y en qué piensas ahora? - Pues en que te vas a levantar y vas a pasar junto a mí, y yo voy a mirarte y a seguirte con los ojos; va a crujir la seda de tu vestido, mi corazón va a desfallecer, saldrás de la habitación y yo me acordaré de cada una de las palabras que has pronunciado y del tono de voz con que las has dicho. Y en cuanto a la noche pasada, no pensé en nada, no hice más que escuchar cómo respirabas dormida y cómo te moviste en la cama dos veces..."
Author: Fyodor Dostoyevsky
15. "By the time James had dressed and made his way down to the Great Hall for breakfast, it was nearly ten o'clock. Less than a dozen students could be seen moving disconsolately among the detritus of the morning's earlier rush. At the far corner of the Slytherin table, Zane sat hunched and squinting under a beam of sunlight. Across from him was Ralph, who saw James enter and waved him over."
Author: G. Norman Lippert
16. "Dany "Bring me that book I was reading last night." She wanted to lose herself in the words, in other times and other places. The fat leather-bound volume was full of songs and stories from the Seven Kingdoms. Children's stories, if truth be told; too simple and fanciful to be true history. All the heroes were tall and handsome, and you could tell the traitors by their shifty eyes. Yet she loved reading them all the same. Last night she had been reading of the three princesses in the red tower, locked away by the king for the crime of being beautiful. When her handmaiden brought the book, dany had no trouble finding the page where she had left off, but is was no good. She found herself reading the same passage half a dozen times. "Ser Jorah gave me this book as a bride's gift, the day I we'd Khal Drogo" She played at at being a queen, yet sometimes she felt like a scared little girl."
Author: George R.R. Martin
17. "The house-cat is a four-legged quadruped, the legs as usual being at the corners. It is what is sometimes called a tame animal, though it feeds on mice and birds of prey. Its colours are striped, it does not bark, but breathes through its nose instead of its mouth. Cats also mow, which you all have heard. Cats have nine liveses, but which is seldom wanted in this country, coz' of Christianity. Cats eat meat and most anythink speshuelly where you can't afford. That is all about cats."(From a schoolboy's essay, 1903.)"
Author: Helen Exley
18. "Ne valja kada covecanstvo prenapreze mozak i pomocu razuma pokusava da uredjuje stvari koje uopste nisu pristupacne razumu. Tada se radjaju ideali kao sto su ideali Amerikanaca ili Boljsevika, koji su, i jedni i drugi neobicno razumni, ali koji ipak vrse nasilje i pljacku nad zivotom, jer ga tako naivno uproscuju. Slika coveka, nekada visok ideal, pocinje da se pretvara u klise. Mozda cemo je mi ludaci oplemeniti."
Author: Hermann Hesse
19. "As the two of them came up against each other, Qhuinn's mouth dropped open. But not because he was shocked an not because he wanted in on the action. He simply couldn't breathe. It was as if his ribs had frozen along with his heart., goddamn it, no..."Tell me something," Saxton whispered. "Have you ever kissed a male before?"Yes, he has, Qhuinn wanted to scream -Blay shook his head. He actually shook his head."
Author: J.R. Ward
20. "Ljudska narav ima svoje granice: ona moze podnositi radost, patnju, boli, sve do odredjene mjere, ali propada cim je ta mjera prevrsena. Nije tu, dakle, pitanje je li neko slab ili jak, nego moze li izdrzati mjeru svoje patnje, bila ona moralna ili tjelesna"
Author: Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
21. "Samoca nije živeti sam, samoca je kad nismo sposobni da pravimo društvo nekome ili necemu što se nalazi duboko u nama, samoca nije usamljeno drvo nasred puste ravnice, to je rastojanje izmedu skrivenih sokova i kore, izmedu lista i korena. Vi bulaznite, sve to što pominjete medusobno je povezano, nema tu nikakve samoce, U redu, pustimo sad drvo, nego se zagledajte u sebe, i naci cete samocu, Kao što rece onaj drugi, hodati usamljen kroz gomilu, Još gore od toga, biti usamljen tamo gde ni nas samih nema, Danas ste užasno raspoloženi, Imam i ja svoje loše trenutke, Nisam ja govorio o toj samoci, nego o drugoj, onoj koja nas prati, podnošljivoj, onoj koja nam pravi društvo, Cak i nju ne možemo uvek da podnesemo, vapimo za necijim prisustvom, nekim glasom, a ponekad taj isti glas i to isto prisustvo služe jedino zato da ucine samocu još nepodnošljivijom."
Author: José Saramago
22. "I think I did every drug known to mankind, smoked crack, boozed, dropped acid, you name it."
Author: Kid Rock
23. "Wait—no, not drifting. Following us. "We have an audience," I said to Reth, nodding at the clusters of flying insects."I suppose we can't make the Dark Queen any angrier with us than she already is," he said, then his perfect mouth moved, silently forming words, and he gracefully waved his hands through the air in a semicircle. The warm breeze suddenly froze, and I saw frost eat across the nearest butterflies' wings. They stopped midair, then dropped to the ground with tiny clinking noises, frozen solid.A serene smile spread across Reth's face. "I've always disliked insects.""If the whole being-a-faerie thing doesn't work out for you, you definitely have a future in pest control."
Author: Kiersten White
24. "I don't even drink! I can't stand the taste of alcohol. Every New Year's Eve I try one drink and every time it makes me feel sick. So I don't touch booze - I'm always the designated driver."
Author: Kim Kardashian
25. "D'un tratto gli androidi prodotti dalla Hoffman & Sons parevano più umani degli umani stessi, si mescolavano nel grigio di Londra, tra le carrozze a scoppio e il vapore denso, lasciando in mostra protesi meccaniche come le persone esibivano tratti animali. E non era finita lì, molta gente stava ancora mutando, spariva dalla circolazione per qualche tempo e poi saltava fuori con un aspetto sorprendente. Cominciai a chiedermi quando sarebbe venuto il mio turno, quale aspetto avrei preso e quanto avrebbe condizionato le nostre vite."
Author: Letizia Loi
26. "For driving, a January thaw was always preferable to actual ice, but when it was over things froze more treacherously than before. And in its melting and condensing the roadside snow turned to clumps reminiscent of black-spotted cauliflower. Better never to have thawed."
Author: Lorrie Moore
27. "As i discovered, the path to sobriety is a precarious, complex journey. you obviously want to purge yourself of something that has been so destructive and has had such a grip on you. but in the deep recesses of your mind, you wonder if you will mourn the loss of this old friend that has been by your side for years. i know this sounds sick, but you actually find yourself wondering if your life is going to become quite boring without this crutch. of course, the yearning for true health far outweighs everything else. you know things are going to be better for you, for your loved ones, and for everyone you encounter. you will no longer have to hide things and live a lie. yes, that initial high of drugs and booze can be very, very attractive, but it's not worth the wrecked and trashed feeling you have the next morning. nor is it worth the cumulative toll it exacts from you."
Author: Lou Gramm
28. "Smrtna opasnost ne dotice se njezine duše. Ne vidi i ne cuje grmecu rastucu bujicu i jace se privija uz njega. On je miran, dok oko njega dozivaju, zapomažu. (...) U njegovu dušu ulazi spokojnost, draga, kao da ga miluje. Stoji na pecini i osjeca kao da je svijetu oteo, ugrabio njezino tijelo. Drži ga u narucju... i ne da ga više nikome. Casovi teku nijemo kao da su citav život. Sve što je bilo prije toga, nestaje u njegovu sjecanju. Ima samo jednu životnu spoznaju: da na grudima drži nju... Nicim ne mjeri vrijeme, sam je sa svojim srcem i s njom. Osjeca se na pragu prelaza u drugi svijet. (...) Pogleda dolje. Voda opada, a on još uvijek drži svoje blago... Zar ga opet mora ljudima vratiti?"
Author: Marija Jurić Zagorka
29. "Hundreds of words await ostracism from our functional vocabularies: waltz and fizz and squeeze and booze and frozen pizza pie, frizzy and fuzzy and dizzy and duzzy, the visualization of emphyzeema-zapped Tarzans, wheezing and sneezing, holding glazed and anodized bazookas, seized by all the bizarrities of this zany zone we call home. Dazed or zombified citizens who recognize hazardous organizations of zealots in their hazy midst, too late - too late to size down. Immobilized we iz. Minimalized. Paralyzed. Zip Zap. ZZZZZZZZZ. Crazy.Crazy.Did I say crazy?"
Author: Mark Dunn
30. "The Snow CricketJust beyond the leaves and the white facesOf the lilies,I saw the wingsOf the green snow cricketAs it went flyingFrom vine to vine,Searching, then finding a shadowed place in whichTo sing and sing…One repeatedRippling phraseBuilt of lonelinessAnd its consequences: longingAnd hope…It was tremblingWith the force of its crying out,And in truth I couldn't wait to see if another would come to itFor fear that it wouldn't,And I wouldn't be able to bear itI wished it good luck, with all my heart,And went back over the lawn, to where the lilies were standingOn their calm, cob feet,Each in the easeOf a single, waxy bodyBreathing contentedly in the chill night air;And I swear I pitied them, as I looked downinto the theater of their perfect faces-That frozen, bottomless glare."
Author: Mary Oliver
31. "I notice you didn't include a blade with your new attire," Royce said. "Not even a little jeweled dagger.""Lords no." Albert looked appalled. "I don't fight.""I thought all nobles learned sword fighting." Royce looked to Hadrian."I thought so too.""Nobles with competent fathers perhaps. I spent my formative years at my aunt's at Huffington Manor. She held a daily salon, where a dozen noble ladies came to discuss all manner of philosophical topics, like how much they hated their husbands. I've never actually held a sword, but I can tie a mean corset and apply face paint like a gold-coin whore."
Author: Michael J. Sullivan
32. "Olga was lief, Olga was lief en liefdevol, Olga hield van hem, herhaalde hij in gedachten, steeds bedroefder omdat hij tegelijk ook besefte dat het tussen hen niets meer zou worden, dat het tussen hen nooit meer iets kon worden, het leven biedt je soms een kans dacht hij maar als je te laf of te besluiteloos bent om die te benutten neemt het leven zijn kaarten terug, er is een moment om te handelen en een mogelijk geluk te betreden, dat moment duurt een paar dagen, soms een paar weken of zelfs een paar maanden maar het doet zich maar één keer voor, en als je het later wilt terugvinden is dat domweg onmogelijk, er is geen plaats meer voor enthousiasme, overtuiging en geloof, wat overblijft is zachte berusting, droef wederzijds medelijden, het even nutteloze als juiste besef dat het iets had kunnen worden, dat je je het aangeboden geschenk domweg niet waardig hebt betoond."
Author: Michel Houellebecq
33. "Come on, Eden, don't be naive. Demonic children are a dime a dozen in Netherworld. Need I mention Children of the Corn? Damien? Justine Bieber?"
Author: Michelle Rowen
34. "Najljepše i najdublje citateljsko iskustvo ostvarujemo upravo dok citamo svoje pisce... Poznat nam je društveni i povijesni kontekst u kojem su djela nastala, razumljive su nam aluzije na koje nailazimo, igre rijeci, poznati su nam opisani prostori, a o razumijevanju mentaliteta ne moram ni govoriti. Kao citatelji najviše profitiramo citajuci svoje književnike."
Author: Miro Gavran
35. "Mascariciul face ce stie si ce poate în fata icoanei Maicii cu Pruncul. Îsi aduce prinosul pe singurul drum ce-i sta deschis, al giumbuslucurilor. Oficiantul regulamentar, de dupa un stîlp, priveste îngrozit bîlciul. Dar pruncul rîde si bate din palmes iar Maica-Sa sterge cu marama Ei sudoarea sfintei nevointe de pe fruntea saltimbancului."
Author: Nicolae Steinhardt
36. "In the evening, the brilliant yellow pumpkin blossoms will close, drunk on sunshine, while the milky white jasmine will open their slender throats and sip the chill Himalayan air.At night, low hearths will send up wispy curls of smoke fragrant with a dozen dinners, and darkness will clothe the land.Except on nights when the moon is full. On those nights, the hillside and the valley below are bathed in a magical white light, the glow of the perpetual snows that blanket the mountaintops. On those nights I lie restless in the sleeping loft, wondering what the world is like beyond my mountain home."
Author: Patricia McCormick
37. "Podróznik, wracajacy z starozytnej ziemi,Rzekl do mnie: „Nóg olbrzymich z glazu dwoje sterczyWsród puszczy bez tulowia. W poblizu za niemiTonie w piasku strzaskana twarz. Jej wzrok szyderczy,Zaciete usta, wyraz zimnego rozkazuSwiadcza, iz rzezbiarz dobrze na tej bryle glazuOdtworzyl skryte zadze, co, choc w poniewierce,Przetrwaly reke mistrza i mocarza serce.A na podstawie napis dochowal sie calo:«Ja jestem Ozymandias, król królów. Mocarze!Patrzcie na moje dziela i przed moja chwalaGincie z rozpaczy!» Wiecej nic juz nie zostalo...Gdzie stapic, gruz bezksztaltny oczom sie ukazeI piaski bielejace w pustyni obszarze."
Author: Percy Bysshe Shelley
38. "Sve do svog posljednjeg predavanja nikada nikome na Carnegie Mellonu, a to se odnosi i na profesore i na studente, nisam rekao da sam bio odbijen. Cega sam se bojao? Da nisam bio dovoljno pametan za njihovo društvo? Da me nece ozbiljno doživljavati?Zanimljivo je da postoje tajne koje poželite otkriti tek na kraju života.Morao sam odavno ispricati ovu pricu jer je njezina poruka sljedeca: ako nešto dovoljno jako želite, nikada nemojte odustati (i primite pomoc ako vam je nude)."
Author: Randy Pausch
39. "All the blood drained from Hammon's face. "No…""Yes.""But…that's not possible…." Hammon's voice was weak, and he sounded like he was talking more to himself than to Rachel. "It can't be…I thought they were all—""Dead?" Rachel's eyes flashed with ire so cold it could have frozen the ocean. "Do I look dead to you?"
Author: S.G. Night
40. "When the pain of leaving behind what we know outweighs the pain of embracing it, or when the power we face is overwhelming and neither flight nor fight will save us, there may be salvation in sitting still. And if salvation is impossible, then at least before perishing we may gain a clearer vision of where we are. By sitting still I do not mean the paralysis of dread, like that of a rabbit frozen beneath the dive of a hawk. I mean something like reverence, a respectful waiting, a deep attentiveness to forces much greater than our own."
Author: Scott Russell Sanders
41. "Szalenstwo ma w sobie pewien urok. Wyjsc z domu po chleb i wyjechac do innego miasta, poznac rano dziewczyne i wieczorem wziac z nia slub, zdecydowanym ruchem otworzyc drzwi do ciemnego pokoju, z którego dobiegaja podejrzane dzwieki, wejsc do klatki hipopotama i poklepac go po tlustym zadzie, pojechac do Tajlandii i uprawiac seks bez prezerwatywy, przyjac propozycje tajemniczego nieznajomego i podpisac sie krwia na czystej kartce papieru. Jednym slowem, rzucenie sie na zlamanie karku ku przygodzie to bardzo kuszaca wizja."
Author: Sergei Lukyanenko
42. "Your choices of which clothes to wear or which soda to drink, where you live, which school to attend and what to study, and of course your profession all say something about you, and it's your job to make sure that they are an accurate reflection of who you really are.But who are you, really? The imperative "Just be yourself!" seems straightforward enough. (What could be easier than being who you already are?) Yet we often end up blinking in its headlights, perhaps frozen in place by the concomitant notion that we might, if we are not careful, turn into someone else. It's difficult to move forward when each step could move us further away from the "authentic" self, and so we dither."
Author: Sheena Iyengar
43. "I discovered news of old horrors in old books; read intelligence of old atrocities in old periodicals; always in the back of my mind, every day a bit louder, I heard the seashell drone of some growing, coalescing force; I seemed to smell the bitter ozone aroma of lightings-to-come."
Author: Stephen King
44. "Edward,' she mumbled softly.She was dreaming of me.Could a dead, frozen heart beat again? It felt like mine was about to.'Stay,' she sighed. 'Don't go. Please... don't go"
Author: Stephenie Meyer
45. "Vaše vreme je ograniceno. Stoga, nemojte ga protraciti tako što cete živeti tudi život. Nemojte upasti u zamku i živeti sa mišljenjem drugih ljudi. Ne dozvolite da buka stavova i mišljenja drugih potisne vaš unutarnji glas. I najvažnije, imajte hrabrosti da sledite svoje srce i svoju intuiciju. Oni vec nekako znaju šta želite postati. Sve ostalo je sporedno"
Author: Steve Jobs
46. "Sure, I'm dramatic and sloppily semi-cynical and semi-sentimental. But, in leisure years I could grow and choose my way. Now I am living on the edge. We all are on the brink, and it takes a lot of nerve, a lot of energy, to teeter on the edge, looking over, looking down into the windy blackness and not being quite able to make out, through the yellow, stinking mist, just what lies below in the slime, in the oozing, vomit-streaked slime; and so I could go on, my thoughts, writing much, trying to find the core, the meaning for myself."
Author: Sylvia Plath
47. "- Sucharki Podrózne Kapitana Osmiopantera. Poznaje - odezwal sie chochlik. - Bardzo wielu ludziom morza ocalily zycie.- Na pewno. Uzywacie ich jako tratew czy rzucacie rekinom, a potem przygladacie sie, jak tona?"
Author: Terry Pratchett
48. "He pierced her with a look. "I thought we had an agreement. I keep my men away from your ladies, and you keep your distance from me. You're not holding your end of the bargain.""It's but a momentary interruption. Just this once.""Just this once?" He made a dismissive noise, rifling through papers. "What about just now in the church?""Very well, twice.""Try again." He stacked his papers and looked up, devouring her with his intent green gaze. "You invaded my dreams at least a half-dozen times last night. When I'm awake, you keep traipsing through my thoughts. Sometimes you're barely clothed. What excuse can you make for that?"She stammered to form a response, her tongue tripping against her teeth. "I . . . I would never traipse." Idiotic reply."Hm." He tilted his head and regarded her thoughtfully. "Would you saunter?"
Author: Tessa Dare
49. "From the cab stepped a tall old man. Black raincoat and hat and a battered valise. He paid the driver, then turned and stood motionless, staring at the house. The cab pulled away and rounded the corner of Thirty-sixty Street. Kinderman quickly pulled out to follow. As he turned the corner, he noticed that the tall old man hadn't moved but was standing under the streetlight glow, in mist, like a melancholy traveler frozen in time."
Author: William Peter Blatty
50. "True, I talk of dreams,Which are the children of an idle brain,Begot of nothing but vain fantasy,Which is as thin of substance as the air,And more inconstant than the wind, who woos Even now the frozen bosom of the north,And, being anger'd, puffs away from thence,Turning his side to the dew-dropping south."
Author: William Shakespeare

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