Jessica Bibbee

Posts Tagged ‘have’

20180307

In aphorism on 20180307 at 23:55

Who has more fish for sale than customers also has no fish to sell.

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20171024

In aphorism, question on 20171024 at 23:55

What a fine machine is the human mind, when oiled equally, its logical gears and emotive pulleys.

What is a pulley without its belt? What is the value of one lone gear?

Talent two feet under has no advantage over skill six feet under.

20170816

In aphorism, proverb on 20170816 at 23:55

Business doesn’t have to make sense to make a dollar. 

20170316

In aphorism, proverb on 20170316 at 09:49

The bird aperch rests not in search. The bird aflight has the ground in sight. 

20160916

In aphorism, proverb on 20160916 at 23:55

Everyone will be a bystander at some point, but no one ever has to stand by. 

20170916

In aphorism, proverb on 20160916 at 23:55

Everyone will be a bystander at some point, but no one ever has to stand by. 

20190823

In aphorism, proverb on 20160824 at 23:55

The fool are characters. 
The wise have character. 

20160819

In poetry, question on 20160819 at 23:57

street light had intentions.
maple leaves had impact.
sidewalk, an innocent canvas.
shadows reflect consequence.
which belies truth?

20150815

In aphorism, proverb on 20150815 at 23:55

A bat will never see the light.

The fool has much desire to speak and offers little to say.

Until we make efforts for peace, we will make excuses for war. 

The fool argue sides, the wise argue issues.

Who explains without end has yet begun to understand. 

Who points a finger in blame has nary another point to offer. 

20140814

In aphorism on 20140814 at 11:18

Understanding often has very little to do with knowing.