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The Foundations And Pillars Are Gone

What is it?

A poem that I made back in maybe 2011.

The foundations and pillars are gone.

A fallen house remains.

As the survivors crawl away divided and lost until the day that they die, and fade away… fade away… fade away.

-John Jr (2011)

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Vision? What Do You Know About My Vision?

Vision?

What is it?

Today’s quote is from episode 7 (A Huey Freeman Christmas) the animated TV show The Boondocks (Season 1).

hues vision

Vision?

What do you know about my vision?

My vision would turn your world upside down, tear asunder your illusions, and send the sanctuary of your own ignorance crashing down around you.

Now ask yourself: are you really ready to see that vision?

– Huey Freeman

Source: Wikiquote

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What Was The Start Of All This?

Chrono Cross Opening, Title Screen & Attract Mode (The Radical Dreamers Edition, Switch, 2022)

What is it?

A quote or poem from the opening of the 1999 role-playing video game Chrono Cross:

Source: Wikiquote

What was the start of all this?

When did the cogs of fate begin to turn?

Perhaps it is impossible to grasp that answer now,

From deep within the flow of time…

But, for a certainty, back then,

We loved so many, yet hated so much,

We hurt others and were hurt ourselves…

Yet even then we ran like the wind,

Whilst our laughter echoed,

Under cerulean skies…

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Chrono Cross Opening 1080p HD [Remastered]
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The Sand Beach As Gray As A Dead Cheek

What is it?

A quote or poem or eulogy by God Emperor Leto Atreides II from maybe his Stolen Journals in the book God Emperor Of Dune by Frank Herbert.

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Dune Talk: Leto’s Sacrifice and The Golden Path

Quote/Poem (By Wikiquote)

The sand beach as gray as a dead cheek,
A green tideflow reflects cloud ripples;
I stand on the dark wet edge.
Cold foam cleanses my toes.
I smell driftwood smoke.

Words I wrote when told of Ghani’s death,

God Emperor Leto Atreides II | God Emperor Of Dune | Frank Herbert