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|When the Savior swims out to save us, we look at him like he's crazy. We tell him, |
“Go away. I'm alright. I'm doing fine. I don't need any saving. I don't need you.”
And all the while, Jaws circles out of sight beneath the surface, lurking, waiting, ...
|'Go away! I'm not coming out!' he shouted back nervously. 'What are you doing in |
there Dominic?' he gently asked him. 'Are you alright?' 'I'm alright! Go away and
leave me alone. You're all the same... you're all against me...' 'I want to help ...
|Your hatred of men was manifested by your father raping you. That hatred was re|
-directed when you let the Baron die. You seem to think that ifyou kill another
rapist, you will get better. That even that hate will go away. I'm certainly not a
|Now go away. I'm busy.” Jonathan decided to try a gentler approach and sat |
down on the cold deck next to her. “You look pale. Aren't you feeling well?”
Samantha's tone turned defensive. “I'm alright. I've just been having trouble
|Anyway, suddenly, there he was, sitting across the table from me in the college |
canteen, saying, “It's alright, I am here!” And then we ... “Oh shut up and go away”,
I'm thinking, but I'm smiling, and whoever he is, he knows I don't want him to go.
|And we can't go back But it hurts when you disapprove I'm sorry I can't be perfect |
all along Nothing's gonna change And now I try ... gonna make this I'm never
gonna be good enough for me Right again I can't pretend that I'm alright Dad don'
t turn your back And you ... Cuz we /ošf if a/ All the days you spent with me
Moffiing lasts forever Now seem so far away I'm sorry I can't be perfect And it feels
like you ...
|In Joe and Kate Keller's family garden, an apple tree - a memorial to their son Larry, lost in the Second World War - has been torn down by a storm.|
|I know I can, in fact. I can make the can. Joke, Gerry. I'm going to be alright. You |
mustn't fret. We're both of us, both going to be alright. I'll just close the door, if you
don't mind. Don't go too far away. I'm going to need your help getting back.
|For every intellectual misfit who thought they were the only ones to think the things that Lawson dares to say out loud, this is a poignant and hysterical look at the dark, disturbing, yet wonderful moments of our lives.|
|[Last words of Pancho Villa] - Villa, Pancho It is well, I die hard, but I |
am not afraid to go. - Washington, George Go away...I'm alright. -Wells, H.G. The
best of it is, God is with us. - Wesley, John And now, I am dying beyond my