Charles Caleb Colton quotes|
Friendship often ends in love;
But love in friendship - never
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|You never lose from loving, |
You lose from holding back
|You will never know true happiness |
until you have truly loved,
and you will never understand what pain really is
until you have lost it.
|Three rings of marriage:|
The engagement ring,
The wedding ring,
And the suffering!
|Spend all your time waiting, |
For that second chance. For a break that would make it okay.
There's always some reason
To feel not good enough
And it's hard at the end of the day.
I need some distraction
Or a beautiful release
Memories seep from my veins.
Let me be empty
Oh, weightless and maybe
I'll find some peace tonight.
In the arms of the angels.
Fly away from here.
From this dark, cold hotel room,
And the emptiness that you feel.
You are pulled from the wreckage,
Of your silent reveries.
You're in the arms of the angels
May you find some comfort here.
|From the song ANGEL by
|A woman's appetite is twice that of a man's; her sexual desire, four times; her intelligence, eight times. |
|I understand all your doubts and fears|
Of laying your heart on the line
But aren't you afraid of just throwing away
A love like yours and mine?
|From the song LEAP OF FAITH by
|The best way for a man to clinch an argument |
is to take her in his arms.
|From the book APPLES OF LOVE by |
|[During an interview with Sam]|
Dr. Fieldstone: Tell me what was so special about your wife?
Sam: Well, how long is your program?
|From the movie SLEEPLESS IN SEATTLE|
|There are but three different kinds of love.|
The first love is a love we all have.
The second is a love we all think we have but don't.
And the third kind is a love so true,
that everyone wants but can never have
|Rain is like a woman|
Rain, in silver, wanders
Up and down the hills,
Strolls across the meadows
As her whimsy wills.
Rain is like a woman
Walking with her lover
Back and forth upon the road,
This side then over.
Moving on the garden,
Touching every flower,
Yet not thinking of it
Hour after hour.
Wind must be her lover,
Tall, white and slim;
Silver rain and white wind,
She will follow him.
|love thy neighbor but don't get caught|