Jessica Bibbee

Posts Tagged ‘shoulder’

20130714

In aphorism, proverb on 20130714 at 15:14

One feels the need to look over one’s shoulder the rest of one’s life, if only a guilty conscience to find in follow.

Only conscience serves justice true.

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20120426

In aphorism, poetry, proverb on 20120426 at 13:17

A friend is not one who shoulders your burden, but rather accompanies you on your journey.

The fool trust no one. The wise trust everyone.

Prison orange looks good on anyone.

《grounded by flight》
When all the birds have been leashed
like an inverted mobile in our hands,
will we pause to see our blindness
that it is ours, whose hands are tied.

20110129

In aphorism, proverb on 20110129 at 19:54

A smile can warm the coldest shoulder.

Wisdom is rarely found in the company of comfort.

20101207

In aphorism, haiku, poetry, proverb on 20101207 at 23:36

Judge only those with whom you can empathize.

Tomorrow will not feed the hunger of today.

Worry only of today’s hunger, and tomorrow will feed itself.

If one follows their gut, they will always have guts.

When information is framed, only education is tied, only knowledge sentenced, only wisdom slain.

Excuse befits the guilty; truth befits the innocent.

Hold a man to his capacity to err, and he will fail; hold the same man to his level of ability, and he will succeed.

When the Future quarrels with the Present, only the Past has the last word.

Complaining differs from venting, in that, it is with ability and without action to resolve the matter.

To be a friend, one must not lend a shoulder to lighten the burden, only lend an ear to lessen the brooding.

An omelette is not made by wishing for eggs.

Brilliant words only after brilliant eyes and brilliant ears.

《the night》
the night is a fickle lover
longing and lingering and
leaving me to morn.

《couth》
If one articulates
In triplets, would you say
one is high couth?

20090916

In aphorism, proverb on 20090916 at 06:17

The rule that is broken is the rule that did not bend.

Who follows blindly, follows a fool.

Where emotion reigns, reason cannot rule.

A nag tires of all but complaining.

A nag tires all by tiring of all.

A pigeon pecks where a pigeon stands.

A pigeon doesn’t rock and roll with a fox.

A fool forgiven is still a fool.

A fool forgiven is at least forgiven, but at most a fool.

It is easier to believe than to question.

Who takes the law into his own hands must shoulder the consequence.