Paul Verlaine (March 30, 1844 - January 08, 1896)
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Tears fall in my heart like the rain on the town.
Take eloquence and wring its neck.
Music before all else, and for that choose the irregular, which is vaguer and melts better into the air...
Going into the quarter the high-speed data number was going to be the focus and they came spot in line with expectations.
If the question comes up about partnering — how often do we train with the Iraqi military — who does he go to?
One must never have spared oneself, one must have acquired hardness as a habit to be cheerful and in good spirits in the midst of nothing but hard truths.