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Valeriu Butulescu

They have not been concerned with my disease ever since they found out that it is not catching.

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Valeriu Butulescu

Why do we keep lions within iron cages? For dear someone might steal them.

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Rabindranath Tagore

The fountain of death makes the still water of life play.

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Octav Bibere

If we had no illusions, what would we do with so much of reality?

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Rabindranath Tagore

The poet wind is out over the sea and the forest to seek his own voice.

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Valeriu Butulescu

I want to grow yet I know the thunderbolt strikes the tallest trees.

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Valeriu Butulescu

I can see mountains of rust. The Iron Age has not yet come to an end.

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Rabindranath Tagore

This rainy evening the wind is restless. I look at the swaying branches and ponder over the greatness of all things.

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To compliment is like walking a tightrope between truth and overstatement.

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Valeriu Butulescu

When the wind blows from the east, the grass leans to the west.

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