life aint fair—but it’s in harmony
ask the air
“no war!” stickers suit bed-stands, not bumpers
contracts guarantee everything save love
righteous anger don’t solve greed
I don’t fret over what I can’t change
it changes anyway
stopping one finds love
when the furies come, let them tire—
good becomes its own desire
love’s the answer, but who’s asking the question?
arrogance always portends
science predicts time travel
but Sophocles is in my ear now
the more I read history
the more my fascination for obscurity
liberate and liberated be—
under the nose, a sneeze!
let the profound thoughts be followed by the ridiculous
how do I learn the truth? by lying to myself, of course
what is irresistible is also wise
all the unpublished genius of the earth—
what makes it birth?
while wisdom is old, feeling better knows
hard work is unbred for
react you corpse! the world needs you!
if man is happy, nature is happy
unless nature is unhappy—then man is unhappy
my country is man—whomever
the well fed dog is given his bone—the stray goes looking