Thomas Fuller Poems
- You Are My Brother, My Twin “You are my brother, my ...
- In My Arms Fourteen days, To the night, In my arms, I ...
- What Love Is You tell me I don't know What Love is. You ...
- Lost Love And with that, Your final words, You just left ...
- Cyndi Coming of the new day, Shine bright in her eyes, ...
- Forever Forever next to you, I wish I could be. Forever by...
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''With foxes we must play the fox.''Thomas Fuller (1654-1734), British physician. Gnomologia, no. 5797 (1732).
''A book that is shut is but a block.''Thomas Fuller (1654-1734), British physician. Gnomologia, no. 23 (1732).
''Compliments cost nothing, yet many pay dear for them.''Thomas Fuller (1654-1734), British physician. Gnomologia, no. 1135 (1732).
''He that falls into sin is a man; that grieves at it, is a saint; that boasteth of it, is a devil.''Thomas Fuller (1608-1661), British cleric. "Of Self-Praising," The Holy State and the Profane State (1642).
''Though bachelors be the strongest stakes, married men are the best binders, in the hedge of the commonwealth.''Thomas Fuller (1608-1661), British cleric. The Holy State and the Profane State, bk. 4, ch. 20 (1642).
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You Are My Brother, My Twin
“You are my brother, my twin.”
To this day these words burn me.
“I am responsible for your welfare.”
But in a way it sooths me.
“I share your triumphs and your sadness…”
To know I have someone looking out for me.
“…My brother, my twin.”
“You are an incredible friend.”
My hopes were raised.
“You’re stuck with me…”
From that moment,
“…Through the good times and bad.”
And forever on.
“My brother, my twin”
“Even though we picked on you…”
Remembering of old times.
“…it was because we all had crushes on you.”
Hoping for the past to come by ...