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1. "Making it in poetryThe young teller at the credit union asked why so manysmall checksfrom universities? Because I writepoems I said. Whyhaven't I heard of you? BecauseI write poemsI said."
Author: Bob Hicok
2. "¿Quieres disfrutar el amor? Primero preocúpate por ti y ocúpate de ti. Deja de estar suspirando para que otros te quieran. El amor se te escapará si te importa demasiado recibirlo."
Author: Carlos Cuauhtémoc Sánchez
3. "Hay pocas mujeres inmaduras y muchos niños disfrazados de hombres."
Author: Carlos Fuentes
4. "When, after a long life, it falls outThat he takes on a form he had soughtAnd every word carved in stoneGrows its hoarfrost, what then? TorchesOf Dionysian choruses in the dark mountainsFrom when he comes. And half of the skyWith its snaky clouds. A mirror before him.In the mirror the already severed, perishingThing."
Author: Czeslaw Milosz
5. "My uncle ordered popoversfrom the restaurant's bill of fare.And, when they were served,he regarded them with a penetrating stare.Then he spoke great words of wisdomas he sat there on that chair:"To eat these things," said my uncle,"You must exercise great care.You may swallow down what's solid,but you must spit out the air!"And as you partake of the world's bill of fare,that's darned good advice to follow.Do a lot of spitting out the hot air.And be careful what you swallow."
Author: Dr. Seuss
6. "On the concept of unity- "That's right-Jesus' most pressing concern beforeleaving the earth was our unity. He was looking ahead, to every generation ofbeliever. And as he prayed, he made it clear that our witness as his body in thisfractured , messed-up, chaotic world would depend on our love for another."
Author: Ed Galisewski
7. "Listen, children:Your father is dead.From his old coatsI'll make you little jackets;I'll make you little trousersFrom his old pants.There'll be in his pocketsThings he used to put there,Keys and penniesCovered with tobacco;Dan shall have the penniesTo save in his bank;Anne shall have the keysTo make a pretty noise with.Life must go on,Though good men die;Anne, eat your breakfast;Dan, take your medicine;Life must go on;I forget just why."
Author: Edna St. Vincent Millay
8. "We need to have far less confidence in what man can do and far moreconfidence in what God can do for every believing soul. He longs to haveyou reach after Him by faith. He longs to have you expect great thingsfrom Him. He longs to give you understanding in temporal as well as inspiritual matters. He can sharpen the intellect. He can give tact andskill. Put your talents into the work, ask God for wisdom, and it will begiven you."
Author: Ellen G. White
9. "Non riuscivo a perdonarlo e neanche trovarlo simpatico, ma capii che dal suo punto di vista ciò che aveva fatto era pienamente giustificato. Era stato tutto molto sbadato e pasticciato. Erano gente sbadata, Tom e Daisy: sfracellavano cose e persone e poi si ritiravano nel loro denaro o nella loro ampia sbadataggine o in ciò che comunque li teneva uniti, e lasciavano che altri mettessero a posto il pasticcio che avevano fatto."
Author: F. Scott Fitzgerald
10. "De olhos fechados me jogo no mundo esfregando minha pele nua no que existe, o que se incrusta através de meu toque magnético passa a compor meu exoesqueleto cosmogeopsicológico."
Author: Filipe Russo
11. "Todo el que disfruta cree que lo que importa del árbol es el fruto, cuando en realidad es la semilla.He aquí la diferencia entre los que creen y los que disfrutan."
Author: Friedrich Nietzsche
12. "How Poetry Comes to MeIt comes blundering over theBoulders at night, it staysFrightened outside theRange of my campfireI go to meet it at theEdge of the light"
Author: Gary Snyder
13. "Je finirai bien par te rencontrer quelque partbon dieu!et contre tout ce qui me rend absent et douloureuxpar le mince regard qui me reste au fond du froidj'affirme ô mon amour que tu existesje corrige notre vienous n'irons plus mourir de langueurà des milles de distance dans nos rêves bourrasquesdes filets de sang dans la soif craquelée de nos lèvresles épaules baignées de vols de mouettesnonj'irai te chercher nous vivrons sur la terrela détresse n'est pas incurable qui fait de moiune épave de dérision, un ballon d'indécenceun pitre aux larmes d'étincelles et de lésions profondesfrappe l'air et le feu de mes soifscoule-moi dans tes mains de ciel de soiela tête la première pour ne plus revenir"
Author: Gaston Miron
14. "En literatura, solo lo salvaje nos atrae. El aburrimiento no es sino otro nombre de la domesticación. Lo que nos deleita de *Hamlet* y *La Ilíada* es la visión del mundo incivilizada, libre y natural, que no se enseña en las escuelas. (...) El poeta de hoy en día, pese a todos los descubrimientos científicos y la sabiduría acumulada por la humanidad, no disfruta de ventaja alguna sobre Homero."
Author: Henry David Thoreau
15. "This is from "Marabou Stork Nightmares".Bernard's Poem:Did you see her on the telly the other daygood family entertainment the tabloids sayBut when you're backstageat your new faeces auditionyou hear the same old shite of your own selfish volitionShe was never a singera comic or a dancerI cant say I was sadwhen I found out she had cancerGreat Britain's earthy northerncomedy queentakes the rand, understandfrom the racist Boer regimeSo now her cells are fuckedand thats just tough tittyI remember her actthat I caught back in Sun CityShe went on and on about'them from the treeswith different skull shapesfrom the likes of you and me'Her Neo-Nazi spellit left me fucking numbthe Boers lapped it up with zealso did the British ex-pat scumBut what goes roundcomes round they sayso welcome to another doseof chemotherapyAnd for my partit's time to be upfrontso fuck off and dieyou carcinogenic cunt."
Author: Irvine Welsh
16. "When the Eternal bows the skiesTo visit earthly things,With scorn divine he turns his eyesFrom towers of haughty kings.He bids his awful chariot rollFar downward from the skies,To visit every humble soul,With pleasure in his eyes."
Author: Isaac Watts
17. "De una ciudad no disfrutas las siete o setenta y siete maravillas, sino la respuesta que da a una pregunta tuya"
Author: Italo Calvino
18. "—No me dejes con la palabra en la boca. —Rick la seguía molesto—. Te dije que no hice un viaje tan largo sólo para que una caprichosa, malcriada y orgullosa me bañara la cara de Cosmopolitan. —Se lo merecía. —Minerva entró a su oficina. —Minerva eres... —Rick se contuvo, deseaba sujetarla con fuerza, incrustarla en la pared y hacerle ver lo que era un hombre que le bajara su orgullo, deseaba domarla como si se tratara de un animal salvaje, deseaba demostrarle quien era superior, deseaba tenerla entre la pared y su cuerpo, deseaba someterla, deseaba besarla y devorarla, disfrutar su sabor, sentir su ardiente aliento y las llamas de la pasión envolviéndolos, deseaba tenerla, por capricho, por obsesión, por lo que fuera que lo estuviera comenzando a consumir..."
Author: Itxa Bustillo
19. "Com'era facile sfruttare la tendenza di una persona all'autodistruzione; com'era semplice spingerla verso la non-esistenza e poi fare un passo indietro e scrollare le spalle e dire che sì, era sato il risultato inevitabile di una vita caotica, catastrofica."
Author: J.K. Rowling
20. "Bliss ThrivesFrom within,Deep insideWhere Love dives."
Author: James Josue
21. "Como lector y espectador que soy, he aprendido a desconfiar del mientras. Aunque lea un libro en vilo o esté encantado durante la visión de una película, ya no juzgo hasta el día siguiente a haberlos terminado. Las más de las veces, lo confieso -es difícil sustraerse a la educación o a la programación de la sociedad en que uno vive-, al día siguiente no dedico ni una evocación ni un pensamiento a aquello que disfruté en el mientras, y descubro que se me ha disipado hasta su atmósfera. De tarde en tarde, en cambio, me doy cuenta de que la música, la pintura, la novela o la película me llaman aún y me rondan, que mi cabeza no es capaz de zafarse de ese mundo en el que estuve inmerso con la involuntaria previsión de salir de él al instante, en cuanto cerrase el volumen o abandonara el museo o el cine."
Author: Javier Marías
22. "Si tengo que definir la poesía y no las tengo todas conmigo, si no me siento demasiado seguro, digo algo como: «poesía es la expresión de la belleza por medio de palabras artísticamente entretejidas». Esta definición podría valer para un diccionario o para un libro de texto, pero a nosotros nos parece poco convincente. Hay algo mucho más importante: algo que nos animaría no sólo a seguir ensayando la poesía, sino a disfrutarla y a sentir que lo sabemos todo sobre ella.Esto significa que sabemos qué es la poesía. Lo sabemos tan bien que no podemos definirla con otras palabras, como somos incapaces de definir el sabor del café, el color rojo o amarillo o el significado de la ira, el amor, el odio, el amanecer, el atardecer o el amor por nuestro país. Estas cosas están tan arraigadas en nosotros que sólo pueden ser expresadas por esos símbolos comunes que compartimos. ¿Y por qué habríamos de necesitar más palabras?"
Author: Jorge Luis Borges
23. "Aber ich weiss auch, dass es Gutes gibt. Ich weiss, dass zwischen zwei Abgruenden eine schoene Blume waechst und dass aus dieser Blume bald eine lebensfrohe Hummel auffliegen wird."
Author: Jostein Gaarder
24. "Sí, el qué. No hay qué que valga. Yo ya no tengo qués. Estoy seguro de que en el fondo lo único que hago es estar solo todo el día. Y no quiero hacer otra cosa porque si lo hago será que quiero algo. Y yo ya no tengo qués. Porque lo peor de la soledad es que suprime todo deseo, incluso el de la compañía. Lo aplasta todo; es una losa que no hay goce que la levante, ni por un instante te deja. Y no sólo te aplasta sino que abrevia. En la soledad, no hay tiempo para nada. Es demasiado fiel la soledad, demasiado posesiva y tan pérfida que tampoco te permite disfrutar de ella, una cosa que reserva a quienes la visitan de tanto en tanto pero no a quienes conviven a todas horas con ella. ¿Qué más quisiera yo que amar la soledad?"
Author: Juan Benet
25. "Disfrutas haciendo que mi corazon se pare, no?" - Ash"
Author: Julie Kagawa
26. "My world got very big,very fast, and based on a lot of sad examplesfrom the past,a lot of people expect me to get lost in it"
Author: Justin Bieber
27. "-Siempre pensé en ti como el Liam de día, que era un idiota, imbécil, y un hombre prostituto, ligón. Luego estaba el Liam de noche, que era adorable, dulce y cariñoso. Siempre me ha gustado el Liam de noche.-Bueno, la noche era cuando me detenía de tratar de alejarme. Podía ser yo mismo y disfrutar de mi tiempo contigo. Para que lo sepas, sin embargo, ambas de mis personalidades te han amado por siempre."
Author: Kirsty Moseley
28. "On the Gallows OnceKofi AwoonorI crossed quite a fewof your rivers, my gods,into this plain where thirst reignsI heard the cry of mournersthe long cooing of the African wren at duskthe laughter of the children at dawnhad long ceasednight comes fast in our landwhere indeed are the promised vistasthe open fields, blue skies, the singing birdsand abiding love?History records actsof heroism, barbarismof some who had powerand abused it massivelyof some whose progenitorsplanned for themthe secure state of madnessfrom which no storm can shake them;of some who took the last shipsdisembarked on some far-off shores and forgotof some who simply laid down the loadand went home to the ancestors"
Author: Kofi Awoonor
29. "When the last living thingHas died on account of us,How poetical it would beIf Earth could say,In a voice floating upPerhapsFrom the floorOf the Grand Canyon,"It is done."People did not like it here."
Author: Kurt Vonnegut
30. "El azar, es el disfraz que Dios elige cuando desea pasearse de incógnito. Einstein"
Author: Laurent Gounelle
31. "Let us arise and go nowto the Isle of Manisfreeand live the true blue simple lifeof wisdom and wondermentwhere all things growstraight upaslant and singingin the yellow sunpoppies out of cowpodsthinking angels out of turds.I must arise and go nowto the Isle of Manisfreeway up behind the broken wordsand woods of Arcady."
Author: Lawrence Ferlinghetti
32. "«Reconocer el terreno» significa observar un lugar concreto para poder urdir un plan. Por ejemplo, si eres un ladrón de bancos —aunque espero que no sea así—, quizá vayas al banco unos días antes de robarlo. Quizá con un disfraz, mires aquí y allá, observando a los guardas de seguridad, las cámaras y otros obstáculos, para poder planear cómo evitar que te capturen o te maten en el transcurso del robo."
Author: Lemony Snicket
33. "Assim é que cada louco furioso era trancado em uma alcova na própria casa, e não curado, mas descurado até que a morte o vinha desfraldar do benefício da vida."
Author: Machado De Assis
34. "The Chorus Line:A Rope-Jumping Rhymewe are the maidsthe ones you killedthe ones you failedwe danced in airour bare feet twitchedit was not fairwith every goddess, queen, and bitchfrom there to hereyou scratched your itchwe did much lessthan what you didyou judged us badyou had the spearyou had the wordat your commandwe scrubbed the bloodof our deadparamours from floors, from chairsfrom stairs, from doors,we knelt in waterwhile you staredat our bare feetit was not fairyou licked our fearit gave you pleasureyou raised your handyou watched us fallwe danced on airthe ones you failedthe ones you killed"
Author: Margaret Atwood
35. "Come quickly with me.Inhale the divine that swoopsfrom nostril to blunted throatthen sneaks past guarded doorsinto the hallway of your heartwhere the lamplight grows."
Author: Merle Nudelman
36. "Truth is a friendthat asks for loyaltyand acceptancethen it enters our heartsdissolving the boundariesfreeing us from lonliness"
Author: Nirmala
37. "Tudo em volta induz à loucura, ao infantilismo, à exasperação imaginativa. Contra isso o estudo não basta. Tomem consciência da infecção moral e lutem, lutem, lutem pelo seu equilíbrio, pela sua maturidade, pela sua lucidez. Tenham a normalidade, a sanidade, a centralidade da psique como um ideal. Prometam a vocês mesmos ser personalidades fortes, bem estruturadas, serenas no meio da tempestade, prontas a vencer todos os obstáculos com a ajuda de Deus e de mais ninguém. Prometam SER e não apenas pedir, obter, sentir, desfrutar."
Author: Olavo De Carvalho
38. "No fim, o desejo era como uma doença, uma loucura, ou ambas. Deixei de pensar nos outros, desfrutava o prazer onde quer que o encontrasse e seguia adiante. Esqueci que cada pequena ação cotidiana pode fazer ou desfazer um caráter e que tudo aquilo que fazemos no segredo da alcova, teremos que confessá-lo um dia, gritando do alto dos telhados."
Author: Oscar Wilde
39. "Si no podéis disfrutar leyendo un libro repetidas veces, de nada sirve leerlo ni una sola vez."
Author: Oscar Wilde
40. "¿Extraño? No lo creo. Las coincidencias son los pequeños maravillosos misterios de la vida. No dudes de una coincidencia. Sólo disfrútala."
Author: Phoebe Stone
41. "Isn't it time that these most ancient sorrows of oursgrew fruitful? Time that we tenderly loosed ourselvesfrom the loved one, and, unsteadily, survived:the way the arrow, suddenly all vector, survives the stringto be more than itself. For abiding is nowhere."
Author: Rainer Maria Rilke
42. "The moon rises. The red cubs rollingIn the ferns by the rotten oakStare over a marsh and a meadowTo the farm's white wisp of smoke.A spark burns, high in heaven.Deer thread the blossoming rowsOf the old orchard, rabbitsHop by the well-curb. The cock crowsFrom the tree by the widow's walk;Two stars in the trees to the west,Are snared, and an owl's soft cryRuns like a breath through the forest.Here too, though death is hushed, though joyObscures, like night, their wars,The beings of this world are sweptBy the Strife that moves the stars."
Author: Randall Jarrell
43. "Non è stato il Governo a decidere; non ci sono stati in origine editti, manifesti, censure, no! ma la tecnologia, lo sfruttamento delle masse e la pressione delle minoranze hanno raggiunto lo scopo, grazie a Dio!"
Author: Ray Bradbury
44. "She serves me a piece of it a few minutesout of the oven. A little steam risesfrom the slits on top. Sugar and spice -cinnamon - burned into the crust.But she's wearing these dark glassesin the kitchen at ten o'clockin the morning - everything nice -as she watches me break offa piece, bring it to my mouth,and blow on it. My daughter's kitchen,in winter. I fork the pie inand tell myself to stay out of it.She says she loves him. No waycould it be worse."
Author: Raymond Carver
45. "Yet I am not writing with ordinary ink, but with red blood that dripsfrom my heart. All its wounds long scarred over have opened and itthrobs and hurts, and now and then a tear falls on the paper."
Author: Ritter Von Leopold Sacher Masoch
46. "When the immense drugged universe explodesIn a cascade of unendurable colourAnd leaves us gasping naked,This is no more than the ectasy of chaos:Hold fast, with both hands, to that royal loveWhich alone, as we know certainly, restoresFragmentation into true being.Ecstasy of Chaos"
Author: Robert Graves
47. "Ámame más. Entonces destruye mi orgullo hasta que quede en pedazos, y déjame disfrutar el sabor de ese placer."
Author: Shungiku Nakamura
48. "Mit Sicherheit weiß ich nur das eine, daß die Werturteile der Menschen unbedingt von ihren Glückswünschen geleitet werden, also ein Versuch sind, ihre Illusionen mit Argumenten zu stützen. Die Schicksalsfrage der Menschenart scheint mir zu sein, ob und in welchem Maße es ihrer Kulturentwicklung gelingen wird, der Störung des Zusammenlebens durch den menschlichen Aggressions- und Selbstvernichtungstrieb Herr zu werden."
Author: Sigmund Freud
49. "What would these young kids do if they didn't have a computer? They wouldn't find their way around the own back pocketsfrom Amaury's Hellion (Scanguards Vampires, #2)"
Author: Tina Folsom
50. "I made my song a coatCovered with embroideriesOut of old mythologiesFrom heel to throat;But the fools caught it,Wore it in the world's eyesAs though they'd wrought it.Song, let them take it,For there's more enterpriseIn walking naked"
Author: W.B. Yeats

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