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Jigsaw - Discordance Axis

Lyrics of Jigsaw by Discordance Axis: Fell short at once so you tried another But I can't live up to your dreams Start from the outside find the edges Look for patterns in the seams Some pieces fit together wrong Remaining parts seem to fit...

The Hunting of the Snark - Lewis Carroll

... a different view (Long before the indictment was read), And they all spoke at once, so that none of them knew One word that the others had said. "You must know?" said the Judge: but the Snark exclaimed "Fudge!" That statute ...

Far from the Madding Crowd (Chap. 29) - Thomas Hardy

... all at once the scheme broke down, it suddenly occurring to him that this was rather a clumsy way, and too barefaced to begin with. He tried another preamble.         "And as the man who would naturally come to meet you is ...

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After the Bombing / Speech at Ford Auditorium - Malcolm X

... 't intend to give it up because of its wealth; another reason they don't intend to give it up is if you look at the map you'll see that it is so strategically located geographically. Wherein, if a real genuine African ...

You Can't Hate the Roots of a Tree and Not Hate That Tree - Malcolm X

... 't intend to give it up because of its wealth; another reason they don't intend to give it up is if you look at the map you'll see that it is so strategically located geographically. Wherein, if a real genuine African ...

Proceedings of the Consul - Herman Melville

... of yells, in which the oaths fell like hailstones. "How's this! what d'ye mean?" he cried, upon the first lull; "who told you all to speak at once? Here, you man with the knife, you'll be putting someone's eyes ...

The Round Robin — Visitors From Shore - Herman Melville

... of yells, in which the oaths fell like hailstones. "How's this! what d'ye mean?" he cried, upon the first lull; "who told you all to speak at once? Here, you man with the knife, you'll be putting someone's eyes ...

2012 DNC Speech - Michelle Obama

... was determined to pay that bill right on time, even taking out loans when he fell short. He was so proud to be sending his kids to college?and he made sure we never missed a ...

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Remarks by the First Lady at Bowie State University Commencement Ceremony - Michelle Obama

... the slander that says a black child with a book is trying to act white. Reject that. (Applause.) In short, be an example of excellence for the next generation and do everything you can to help them understand the power and purpose ...

Lord Jim (Chap. 10) - Joseph Conrad

... the tiller got kicked forward somehow while they were rushing up and down that boat trying to do all sorts of things at once so as to get clear of the side. It was a long heavy piece of hard wood ...

The Informer (An Ironic Tale) - Joseph Conrad

... thin bluish cheeks one could see his jaws working with passion.      ??You have men posted outside. Get the lady taken home at once. Do you hear? Now. Before you try to get hold of the man upstairs.?      ??Oh! There is ...

Under Western Eyes (Chap. 3) - Joseph Conrad

... various European Parliaments, must have been of another sort. Razumov had never seen Madame de S? but in the carriage. Peter Ivanovitch came out of his abstraction. "Two things I may say to you at once. I believe, first, that neither a leader nor ...

Aeneid: Book 11 - Publius Vergilius Maro

... safe retire, With vaunting lies, to thy fallacious sire." At this, so fast her flying feet she sped, That soon she strain'd beyond his horse's head: Then turning short, at once she seiz'd the rein, And laid the boaster grov ...

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Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc (Chap. 3.5) - Mark Twain

... the court were on their feet in a moment, and all shaking their fists at the prisoner, and all storming and vituperating at once, so that you could hardly hear yourself think. They kept this up several minutes; and because Joan ...

Rupert Brooke: A Biographical Note - Rupert Brooke

... as follows: "There can have been no man of his years in England who had at once so impressive a personality and so inevitable an appeal to the affection of every one who knew him, while there has ...

Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been? - Joyce Carol Oates

... is, I'm always nice at first, the first time. I'll hold you so tight you won't think you have to try to get away or pretend anything because you'll know you can't. And I'll come inside you where it's all ...

At Home (Chap. 1) - Anton Chekhov

... didn't please him or anything else went wrong, he would jump up at once and shout: 'Twenty-five strokes! The birch!' But now he has grown milder and you never hear him. And besides, times are changed, my precious; one ...

Difficult People (Full Text) - Anton Chekhov

... got up. "Listen, papa," he began, gasping for breath. "I... I beg you to end this, for..." "Hold your tongue!" the father shouted at him, and so loudly that the spectacles fell off his nose; "hold your tongue!" "I used... I used to be ...

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War in Heaven (Chap. 13: Conversations of the Young Man in Grey) - Charles Williams (Writer)

... right. I fell into safety. I was just quite happy. I can't tell you--it was just being swallowed up by peace. And like--I don't know--like recognizing someone; when one says, 'Oh, joy! there's--someone or other. I knew him at once.'" The ...

Meera Nair's “Where are you Going, Where have you Been?” by Joyce Carol Oates - Meera Nair

... is, I'm always nice at first, the first time. I'll hold you so tight you won't think you have to try to get away or pretend anything because you'll know you can't. And I'll come inside you where it's all ...

”Where are you Going, Where have you Been? by Joyce Carol Oates - Meera Nair

... is, I'm always nice at first, the first time. I'll hold you so tight you won't think you have to try to get away or pretend anything because you'll know you can't. And I'll come inside you where it's all ...

You Win or You Die - Game of Thrones

... himself. Ned Stark: His Grace has had a change of heart concerning Daenerys Targaryen. Whatever arrangements you made, unmake them. At once. Lord Varys: I'm afraid those birds have flown. The girl is likely dead already. Ned walks ...

Chretien de Troyes's “Lancelot, or The Knight of the Cart (selection)” - Lydia Langerwerf

... all the fight you wish, with me so favourably placed; I shall never be overcome by you." And the damsel watching him, exclaimed: "By my eyes, you need have no thought of that henceforth where I am." Then at once she dismisses ...

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Homer's “The Odyssey (Book 11)” - Lydia Langerwerf

... man who made that belt, do what he might, would never be able to make another like it. Hercules knew me at once when he saw me, and spoke piteously, saying, 'My poor Ulysses, noble son of Laertes, ...

I'MMA BREAK IT DOWN - Eazy E Play

... look at me and not the poster and you could see right off I got the most of the talent, experience or a trade and complements for the rhyme thats made talks over today if this one so pick another artist and ...

The Professional - O.C. Play

... past you brought to it Writers commited felonies; sayin my name in vein Cocksucker givin credit to lames O.C. never fell short, fell victim Fell off, or lost touch, nor tried to adjust Trust me, put your bid in, I'm so driven ...

Bars From Sumer - Prince EA Play

... Dalai Lama. I'm so stupid trying to beat the system from the outside. The answer was in my Ajna Chakra all along and it is as follows: .home go or, car another into get, out get simply You .life that's But ...

Bitch I Ain't Scared - Steph Lacroix Play

... and give me a C upside down Cause you'll get hurt a day or another motherfucker You still practicing basket every fucking day Dam man i practice once a month and i still beat you at it So grab your ball and your jump soul ...

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Bitch I Aint Scared - Steph Lacroix Play

... and give me a C upside down Cause you'll get hurt a day or another motherf**ker You still practicing basket every f**king day Dam man i practice once a month and i still beat you at it So grab your ball and your jump ...

Distant Wilderness - Goodie Mob Play

... it It is necessary for me to speak these words now Another day here hasn't been promised to me, don't you agree That you never fail when you try, I'm willing to die but first I am willing to live, and I overstand ...

Stop The Press - Brother Ali

... me on track Help fix whatever's wrong with my head I jumped back in the basement at once Made the album Us in a couple of months But I can't lie to y'all I felt lost ...

Hamlet Act 2 - William Shakespeare

... , the hellish Pyrrhus Old grandsire Priam seeks.' So, proceed you. LORD POLONIUS 'Fore God, my lord, well spoken, with good accent and good discretion. First Player 'Anon he finds him Striking too short at Greeks; his antique sword, Rebellious to ...

Hamlet Act 3 - William Shakespeare

... , but now the time gives it proof. I did love you once. OPHELIA Indeed, my lord, you made me believe so. HAMLET You should not have believed me; for virtue cannot so inoculate our old stock but we shall relish of ...

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Venus and Adonis - William Shakespeare

... summon us to part and bid good night. 'Now let me say 'Good night,' and so say you; If you will say so, you shall have a kiss.' 'Good night,' quoth she, and, ere he says 'Adieu,' The honey fee ...

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (Chap. 4) - Lewis Carroll

... ARE you doing out here? Run home this moment, and fetch me a pair of gloves and a fan! Quick, now!' And Alice was so much frightened that she ran off at once in the direction it pointed to, without trying to ...

Through the Looking-Glass (Chap. 6) - Lewis Carroll

... see such another: and to show you I'm not proud, you may shake hands with me!' And he grinned almost from ear to ear, as he leant forwards (and as nearly as possible fell off the wall in doing so) and ...

Through the Looking-Glass (Chap. 8) - Lewis Carroll

... dish: the first two or three times that he tried he fell in himself instead. 'It's rather a tight fit, you see,' he said, as they got it in a last; 'There are so many candlesticks in the bag.' And he hung ...

Far from the Madding Crowd (Chap. 43) - Thomas Hardy

... she burst into tears.         "No?not a word!" said Liddy, looking at the weeping woman with astonishment. "What is it makes you cry so, ma'am; has anything hurt you?" She came to Bathsheba's side with a face full of sympathy.         "No ...

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Jude the Obscure (Chap. 2.4) - Thomas Hardy

... -saints. So I was led to retort upon her; and the end of it was that I resolved not to stay, but to get into an occupation in which I shall be more independent.? ?Why don't you try teaching again? You once did ...

Jude the Obscure (Chap. 5.6) - Thomas Hardy

... terms was struck, and Jude came indoors. "There, you see," he said cheerfully. "One more job yet, at any rate, and you can help in it?at least you can try. We shall have all the church to ourselves, as ...

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