Jessica Bibbee

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In aphorism, proverb on 20100506 at 11:34

An apple falls not far from the tree, but an apple pie tastes very different than a wooden chair.


In aphorism, proverb on 20100225 at 23:16

An apple’s flesh lies behind an apple’s peel.

A rebel is a leader shunned; a leader is a rebel won.

A wick of dynamite unlit is still a stick of dynamite in wait.

Vanity is a hair shy of humility.

Where a hitch is hooked is a trailor in tow.


In aphorism, proverb on 20091027 at 11:37

Apologies are cheap; forgiveness is priceless.

A good apple rarely falls from the bad tree, but many a bad apple can fall from the good tree.

Who rocks the boat is thrown overboard (and had better know how to swim).

There are more than two sides to any coin.

Dust settles where a shadow falls.


In aphorism, proverb on 20090904 at 04:04

There is wisdom in comparing apples and oranges.


In aphorism, proverb on 20090326 at 16:12

A bruised apple cannot be saved but for cider.

Ruffled feathers are full of air.

That with luster lacking is lost only to its shine.


In aphorism, poetry, proverb on 20081130 at 16:01

One kind of fool eats a green apple today, unwilling to wait for the ripened tomorrow; another kind of fool waits for the ripened apple tomorrow, but goes hungry today.

《the light》
And the light of the midday
sun shone so brightly that even
the smallest shadow sought shelter
and was nowhere to be found.