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|How am I to know about the responsibilities you have toward your relatives and |
friends! You take all that ... you have forgiven. I am not actually tired, but numb
and heavy, and can't find the right words. ... May I kiss you then? On this
miserable paper? I might as well open the window and kiss the night air. Dearest,
don't be ...
|If I am to go on living at all, I cannot go on vainly waiting for news of you, as I have |
done these last few interminable days. But I no longer have any hope of hearing
from you. I shall have to repeat ... I should like to throw myself bodily on this letter,
so that it cannot be mailed, but it must be mailed. ... May I kiss you then? On this
miserable paper? I might as well open the window and kiss the night air. Dearest
|“May I kiss you then? On this miserable paper? I might as well open the window |
and kiss the night air.” “Most men are not wicked... They are sleep-walkers, not
evil evildoers.” “My guiding principle is this: Guilt is neverto be doubted.” “My
|—JOHN F. KENNEDY You can always count on Americans to do the right thing—|
after they've tried everything else. —WINSTON CHURCHILL MayI kiss you then?
On this miserable paper? I might as well open the window and kiss the night air ...
|Why did people do that with their two faces? - Joyce, James May I kiss you then? |
On this miserable paper? I might as well open the window and kiss the night air. -
Kafka, Franz The social kiss is an exchange of insincerity between two ...
|Kafka, Franz May I kiss you then? On this miserable paper? I might as well open |
the window and kiss the night air. - Kafka, Franz Life's splendor forever lies in
wait about each one of us in all its fullness, but veiled from view, deep down, ...
|May I kiss vou then? On this miserable paper? I might as well open the window |
and kiss the night air. Dearest, don't be angry w ith me! That's all I ask of you.
Franz Napoleon Bonaparte .osephine Bonaparte Verona, 3 Frimaire, vear V [
|Do you remember that night after the dance, when I kissed your feet as you lay |
back in the chair ? ... I get to the foot of a page I think of those delightful moments,
and experience an absurd craving to kiss your feet again. ... He presented the
letter with just such an air as he would have offered a friend a cigarette, and, after
a few airy ... to 'ell, bore off the waste-paper basket to spend the evening in the
ghoulish amusement of piecing together the contents. ... Shall I make you a good
|If you were not frozen, you would probably have a fit of sickness from the long |
exposure to the cold. ... Cullen Bryant, the poet, by a former associate in his
newspaper office, which illustrates the good man's simplicity of heart. .... and in
the kindest, most affectionate tone, and bent over Lida to kiss her; but, dropping
the muff: hat and shawl on the floor in a heap, ... Katy turned toward the window
and looked out; hesitated a moment, and then took up the shawl and hood she
had thrown off ...
|Madeline from the window saw him eomlnir, and hastened out to the porch to |
meet him. ... Perhaps you andf may receive an ini iintion, and that, you may well
believe, would be charming! ... Ono mornin we were sitting at the breakfast-table,
eating, tafking and laughing, when Mary (the maid) brought in four _lilt e paper
boxes, which she said the postman had piss left. .... Then l'ncle Charley opened a
closet-door, and there upon the shelves were piles of warm jackets for boys, and