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"Hot funk, cold punk, even if it's old junk, it's still rock and roll to me." - Billy Joel

"When nations grow old the Arts grow cold And commerce settles on every tree" - William Blake

"When nations grow old, the Arts grow cold, And Commerce settles on every tree." - William Blake

"Till the sun grows cold, And the stars are old, And the leaves of the Judgment Book unfold." - Bayard Taylor

"Hot things, sharp things, sweet things, cold things All rot the teeth, and make them look like old things." - Benjamin Franklin

"The world is growing old; Who would not be at rest and free Where love is never cold?" - Frederick William Faber

"People nowadays don't know about the Cold War and the U.S.'s old rivalry with the U.S.S.R." - Hideo Kojima

"Old friendships are like meats served up repeatedly, cold, comfortless, and distasteful. The stomach turns against them." - William Hazlitt

"The world is growing old;Who would not be at rest and freeWhere love is never cold?" - Frederick William Faber

"I am not old, - I cannot be old, Though tottering, wrinkled, and gray ; Though my eyes are dim, and my marrow is cold, Call me not old to-day." - Martin Farquhar Tupper

"Asia's crowded and Europe's too old, Africa is far too hot and Canada's too cold. And South America stole our name, let's drop the big one." - Randy Newman

"A Hebrew knelt in the dying light, His eye was dim and cold, The hairs on his brow were silver-white, And his blood was thin and old." - Thomas Kibble Hervey

"A Hebrew knelt in the dying light, His eye was dim and cold; The hairs on his brow were silver white, And his blood was thin and old." - Thomas Kibble Hervey

"It's lonely and cold on the top... lonely and cold." - Judy Garland

"The moon was gone, but to the magician's eyes the unicorn was the moon, cold and white and very old, lighting his way to safety, or to madness." - Peter S Beagle

"The way was long, the wind was cold, The Minstrel was infirm and old; His withered cheek, and tresses gray, Seemed to have know a better day." - Walter Scott

"Back and side go bare, go bare, Both foot and hand go cold; But belly, God send thee good ale enough, Whether it be new or old." - John Still

"Now young faces grow sad and old and hearts of fire grow cold We swore blood brothers against the wind I'm ready to grow young again" - Bruce Springsteen

"The way was long, the wind was cold, The Minstrel was infirm and old; His withered cheek, and tresses gray, Seemed to have known a better day." - Walter Scott

"And cried, 'Before I am old I shall have written him one Poem maybe as cold And passionate as the dawn." - William Butler Yeats

"And she is going to dance, dance hungry, dance full, dance each cold astonishing moment, now when she is young and again when she is old." - Anne Lamott

"It is autumn; not without But within me is the cold. Youth and spring are all about; It is I that have grown old." - Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

"For now the poet cannot die, Nor leave his music as of old, But round him ere he scarce be cold Begins the scandal and the cry." - Alfred Lord Tennyson

"Far over misty mountains cold To dungeons deep and caverns old We must away, ere break of day, To find our long-forgotten gold." - J R R Tolkien

"Do they know they're old, these two who are my father and my mother whose fire from which I came, has now grown cold?" - Elizabeth Jennings

"For now the Poet cannot die, Nor leave his music as of old, But round him ere he scarce he cold Begins the scandal and the cry." - Alfred Tennyson

"The cold stars spun to the ancient rhythm, the august march of an everlasting symphony. They are old, the stars, and their memory is long." - Rick Yancey

"For now the poet can not die, Nor leave his music as of old, But round him ere he scarce be cold Begins the scandal and the cry." - Alfred Tennyson

"The fairies went from the world, dear, Because men's hearts grew cold: And only the eyes of children see What is hidden from the old..." - Kathleen Foyle

"I love thee, I love thee with a love that shall not die. Till the sun grows cold and the stars grow old." - William Shakespeare

"Hot and cold, and moist and dry." - Guillaume de Salluste Du Bartas

"Words are cold and formal things." - Harriet Hosmer

"Hate California-it's cold and it's damp." - Lorenz Hart

"Cold beer and pizza are spiritual." - Betsy Canas Garmon

"Stuff a cold and starve a fever." - Proverbs

"Nature is cold, wet, hard and unforgiving." - David Remnick

"Wine works the heart up, wakes the wit; There is no cure 'gainst age but it. and 'Tis late and cold, stir up the fire; Sit close and draw the table nigher; Be merry and drink wine that is old, A hearty medicine 'gainst the cold." - John Fletcher

"Old sundial, you stand here for Time: For Love, the vine that round your base Its tendrils twines, and dares to climb And lay one flower-capped spray in grace Without the asking on your cold Unsmiling and unfrowning face." - Eleanor Farjeon

"Her voice is thin and her moan is high, And her cackling laugh or her barking cold Bring terror to the young and old. O Molly, Molly, Molly Means Lean is the ghost of Molly Means." - Margaret Walker

"So bright in death I used to say, So beautiful through frost and cold! A lovelier thing I know to-day, The leaf is growing old, And wears in grace of duty done, The gold and scarlet of the sun." - Margaret Elizabeth Sangster

"And one cold starry night / Whatever your belief / The phoenix will take flight / Over the seas of grief / To sing her thrilling song / To stars and waves and sky / For neither old nor young / The phoenix does not die." - May Sarton

"The best way to garden is to put on a wide-brimmed straw hat and some old clothes. And with a hoe in one hand and a cold drink in the other, tell somebody else where to dig." - Texas Bix Bender

"And one cold starry night Whatever your belief The phoenix will take flight Over the seas of grief To sing her thrilling song To stars and waves and sky For neither old nor young The phoenix does not die." - May Sarton

"Old sundial, you stand here for Time: For Love, the vine that round your base Its tendrils twines, and dares to climb And lay one flower-capped spray in grace Without the asking on your cold Unsmiling and unfrowning face." - Eleanor Farjeon

"The Big L was cold crazy, A top-notch crook snatchin pocket books from old ladies" - Big L

"A taste older than meat, older than wine. A taste as old as cold water." - Lawrence Durrell

"We cannot avoid growing old; but we can avoid growing cold." - Max De Pree

"The lion on your old stone gates Is not more cold to you than I." - Alfred Tennyson

"Authoritarian systems evolve. Authoritarianism in the Internet Age is not your old Cold War authoritarianism." - Rebecca Mackinnon

"Dawn, n. The time when men of reason go to bed. Certain old men prefer to rise at about that time, taking a cold bath and a long walk with an empty stomach, and otherwise mortifying the flesh." - Ambrose Bierce

"You flirt with everything." She could tell that her eyes were popping- her eyeballs actually felt cold around the edges. "You flirt with old people and babies and everybody in between." - Rainbow Rowell

"I love thee, I love but thee, With a love that shall not die Till the sun grows cold, And the stars are old, And the leaves of the Judgment Book unfold!" - Bayard Taylor

"Cold morning on Aztec Peak Fire Lookout. First, build fire in old stove. Second, start coffee. Then, heat up last night's pork chops and spinach for breakfast. Why not? And why the hell not?" - Edward Abbey

"As all things eternal and primordial reappear, so all things mortal return to the earth. Honor, old age, probity, justice, constance, virtue, and gentleness are all gathered into the cold tomb." - Francis Quarles

"Wherever there is degeneration and apathy, there also is sexual perversion, cold depravity, miscarriage, premature old age, grumbling youth, there is a decline in the arts, indifference to science, and injustice in all its forms." - Anton Chekhov

"The fact is, we are much more afraid of life than our ancestors, and cannot find it inourhearts either tomarry or not tomarry.Marriage isterrifying, but so is a cold and forlorn old age." - Robert Louis Stevenson

"She watched the sun bleed water out of the icicle. Warm and cold working together to make an icicle. Warm and cold anger working together to make a fury, a fury worthy enough to use as a weapon against the old things that still needed fighting." - Gregory Maguire

"No! let me taste the whole of it, fare like my peers, The heroes of old, Bear the brunt, in a minute pay glad life's arrears Of pain, darkness and cold." - Robert Browning

"Love, as is told by the seers of old, Comes as a butterfly tipped with gold, Flutters and flies in sunlit skies, Weaving round hearts that were one time cold." - Algernon Charles Swinburne

"what's the good of having news an' ye must coop it? It's like cold veal pie upon the chest for supper, the same being over old, under done, and dry o' gravy." - Mabel Osgood Wright

"Well, dinner would have been splendid... if the wine had been as cold as the soup, the beef as rare as the service, the brandy as old as the fish, and the maid as willing as the Duchess." - Winston Churchill

"Well, dinner would have been splendid if the wine had been as cold as the soup, the beef as rare as the service, the brandy as old as the fish, and the maid as willing as the Duchess." - Winston Churchill

"Love, as is told by the seers of old, Comes as a butterfly tipped with gold, Flutters and flies in sunlit skies, Weaving round hearts that were one time cold." - Algernon Charles Swinburne

"No! let me taste the whole of it, fare like my peers, The heroes of old, Bear the brunt, in a minute pay glad life's arrears Of pain, darkness and cold." - Robert Browning

"Ugh! Why could' anyone ever trust her? She was' a two-year-old. If her kindness killed her, then she was better off dead than living a cold, unfeeling life where she misered up all her feelings and possessions." (Sunshine)" - Sherrilyn Kenyon

"In the bare room under the old library on the hill in the town at the tip of the small peninsula on the cold island so far from everything else, I lived among strangers and birds." - Rebecca Solnit

"Ugh! Why couldn't anyone ever trust her? She wasn't a two-year-old. If her kindness killed her, then she was better off dead than living a cold, unfeeling life where she misered up all her feelings and possessions.' (Sunshine)" - Sherrilyn Kenyon

"It will not hurt me when I am old, A running tide where moonlight burned Will not sting me like silver snakes;The years will make me sad and cold, It is the happy heart that breaks." - Sara Teasdale

"Russia is no longer our enemy and therefore we shouldn't be locked into a Cold War mentality that says we keep the peace by blowing each other up. In my attitude, that's old, that's tired, that's stale." - George W Bush

"Avenge, O Lord, thy slaughtered saints, whose bones Lie scattered on the Alpine mountains cold; Ev'n them who kept thy truth so pure of old When all our fathers worshipped stocks and stones Forget not." - John Milton

"It will not hurt me when I am old, A running tide where moonlight burned Will not sting me like silver snakes; The years will make me sad and cold, It is the happy heart that breaks." - Sara Teasdale

"You sought to prove how I could love, And my disdain is my reply. The lion on your old stone gates Is not more cold to you than I." - Alfred Tennyson

"some kill their love when they are young, and some when they are old; some strangle with the hands of lust, some with the hands of gold: THE KINDEST USE A KNIFE, because THE DEAD SO SOON GROW COLD." - Oscar Wilde

"When a man is small, he loves and hates food with a ferocity which soon dims. But at six years old his very bowels will heave when such a dish as creamed carrots or cold tapioca appears before him." - M F K Fisher

"Avenge, O Lord, thy slaughtered saints, whose bones Lie scattered on the Alpine mountains cold; Ev'n them who kept thy truth so pure of old When all our fathers worshipped stocks and stones Forget not." - John Milton

"It will not hurt me when I am old, A running tide where moonlight burned Will not sting me like silver snakes;The years will make me sad and cold, It is the happy heart that breaks." - Sara Teasdale

"When a man is small, he loves and hates food with a ferocity which soon dims. At six years old his very bowels will heave when such a dish as creamed carrots or cold tapioca appear before him." - M F K Fisher

"Cold Mountain cold Ice freezes rock Mountains are green Snow is white Sun shines bright Every thing melt Every thing warm Warms old man" - Hanshan

"Tiers of mountains Cold wind feet Not need fan Ice cold through Moon shines bright Mist covers everything Sit all alone One old man" - Hanshan

"Tiers of mountains Cold wind feet Not need fan Ice cold through Moon shines bright Mist covers everything Sit all alone One old man" - Hanshan

"Cold Mountain cold Ice freezes rock Mountains are green Snow is white Sun shines bright Every thing melt Every thing warm Warms old man" - Hanshan

"You start playing when it's cold and you want to be playing when it's cold again." - Jimy Williams

"Keep cold, young orchard. Goodbye and keep cold. Dread fifty above more than fifty below." - Robert Frost

"I'll take the dream I had last night, And put it in my freezer, So someday long and far away, When I'm an old grey greezer, I'll take it out and thaw it out, This lovely dream I've frozen, And boil it up and sit me down And dip my old cold toes in." - Shel Silverstein

"FROZEN DREAM I'll take the dream I had last night And put it in my freezer, So someday long and far away When I'm an old grey geezer, I'll take it out and thaw it out, This lovely dream I've frozen, And boil it up and sit me down A dip my old cold toes in." - Shel Silverstein

"Blessings on Science! When the earth seem'd old, When Faith grew doting, and the Reason cold, 'Twas she discover'd that the world was young, And taught a language to its lisping tongue: 'Twas she disclosed a future to its view, And made old knowledge pale before the new." - Charles Mackay

"Next to the young, I suppose the very old are the most selfish. Alas, the heart hardens as the blood ceases to run. The cold snow strikes down from the head, and checks the glow of feeling. Who wants to survive into old age after abdicating all his faculties one by one, and be sans teeth, sans eyes, sans memory, sans hope, sans sympathy?" - William Makepeace Thackeray

"Oh, a dainty plant is the ivy green, That creepeth o'er ruins old! Of right choice food are his meals, I ween, In his cell so lone and cold. Creeping where no life is seen, A rare old plant is the ivy green." - Charles Dickens

"Oh, a dainty plant is the ivy green, That creepeth o'er ruins old! Of right choice food are his meals I ween, In his cell so lone and cold... Creeping where no life is seen, A rare old plant is the ivy green." - Charles Dickens

"Luckily, I discovered ice skating when I was eight and a half years old. There were two wonderful ponds within walking distance of my house. After all the physical activity the summer provided, I craved movement in the cold of winter. I had no skates, so Mom stuffed socks into my brother's old ones." - Dorothy Hamill

"When I was young my teachers were the old. I gave up fire for form till I was cold." - Robert Frost

"All that glitters is not gold; Often have you heard that told: Many a man his life has sold But my outside to behold: Gilded tombs do worms enfold Had you been as wise as bold, Your in limbs, in judgment old, Your answer had not been in'scroll'd Fare you well: your suit is cold.' Cold, indeed, and labour lost: Then, farewell, heat and welcome, frost!" - William Shakespeare

"Gold! gold! gold! gold! Bright and yellow, hard and cold!" - Thomas Hood

"Education should be gentle and stern, not cold and lax." - Joseph Joubert

"Gold! Gold! Gold! Gold! Bright and yellow, hard and cold." - Thomas Hood

"Traditional market researchers are cold and calculating and scientific." - Frank Luntz

"I am an old-fashioned preacher of the old-time religion, that has warmed this cold world's heart for two thousand years." - Billy Sunday

"And then it gets so hot that they keep the supermarkets too cold. Hot, cold. Hot, cold. It gives me the runs." Mr. Landowsky" - Janet Evanovich

"Some nights, valor and cold purpose aren't enough." - Janet Morris

"Pressure and stress is the common cold of the psyche" - Andrew Denton

"Hatred is a cold fire, and it gives no warmth." - Laurell K Hamilton

"Hot heads and cold hearts never solved anything." - Billy Graham

"Honesty is praised and left in the cold." - Juvenal

"His eyes were cold and brown - like coffee stains..." - Markus Zusak

"Soon comes the cold, and the night that never ends." - George R R Martin

"Pride costs more than hunger, thirst and cold." - Thomas Jefferson

"Integrity is praised and then left out in the cold." - Juvenal

"And that's the bottom line, cuz Stone Cold said so!" - Stone Cold Steve Austin

"The Cold War was a war, and we won it." - Donald Rumsfeld

"I eat cold eels and think distant thoughts." - Jack Johnson

"Our friends and allies are all turned cold." - William the Silent

"Integrity is praised and then left out in the cold." - Junius

"And the cold marble leapt to life a god." - Henry Hart Milman

"At length the morn and cold indifference came." - Nicholas Rowe

"Cold is thy heart and as frozen as Charity!" - Robert Southey

"Pride costs us more than hunger, thirst, and cold." - Thomas Jefferson

"Pressure and stress is the common cold of the psyche." - Andrew Denton

"Validity is the touchstone of inference, and truth of judgment: the fact that vichyssoise is cold ratifies the judgment that vichyssoise is, indeed, cold, and the judgment that vichyssoise is cold expresses the fact that vichyssoise is cold." - David Berlinski

"And sometimes I remember days of old When fellowship seemed not so far to seek, And all the world and I seemed much less cold, And at the rainbow's foot lay surely gold, And hope felt strong, and life itself not weak." - Christina Rossetti

"We are two travelers, Roger and I. Roger's my dog-come here, you scamp! Jump for the gentleman-mind your eye! Over the table,-look out for the lamp! The rogue is growing a little old; Five years we've tramped through wind and weather, And slept out-doors when nights were cold, And ate and drank and starved together." - John Townsend Trowbridge

"Cold in the earth - and the deep snow piled above thee, Far, far, removed, cold in the dreary grave!" - Emily Bronte

"It was an ideal day for football - too cold for the spectators and too cold for the players." - Red Smith

"He smelled cold water and cold intrepid green. Those early flowers smelled like cold water. Their fragrance was not the still perfume of high summer; it was the smell of cold, raw green." - Paul Harding

"My kids! They run so hot and cold. One minute, I am in complete control and feeling like Supermom, then the next minute, my two-year-old is having a tantrum in line at the supermarket and is inconsolable, and I feel so helpless and I want to crawl in a hole." - Kristen Taekman

"Love is most nearly itself When here and now cease to matter. Old men ought to be explorers Here or there does not matter We must be still and still moving Into another intensity For a further union, a deeper communion Through the dark cold and the empty desolation, The wave cry, the wind cry, the vast waters Of the petrel and the porpoise." - T S Eliot

"Old Khayyam, say you, is a debauchee;If only you were half so good as he!He sins no sins but gentle drunkenness,Great-hearted mirth, and kind adultery.But yours the cold heart, and the murderous tongue,The wintry soul that hates to hear a song,The close-shut fist, the mean and measuring eye,And all the little poisoned ways of wrong." - Omar Khayyam

"The cold hoarfrost glistened on the tombstones, and sparkled like rows of gems, among the stone carvings of the old church. The snow lay hard and crisp upon the ground; and spread over the thickly-strewn mounds of earth, so white and smooth a cover, that it seemed as if corpses lay there, hidden only by their winding sheets." - Charles Dickens

"We come to our own and would make friends with matter, which the ambitious chatter of the schools would persuade us to despise. We can never part with it; the mind loves its old home: as water to our thirst, so is rock, the ground, to our eyes, and hands, and feet. It is firm water: it is cold flame: what health, what affinity!" - Ralph Waldo Emerson

"Now Roman is to Roman More hateful than a foe; And the Tribunes beard the high and the fathers grind the low; As we wax hot in faction, In battle we wax cold; And men fight not as they fought In the brave days of old." - Thomas B. Macaulay

"They say that 'history is an argument without end.' In Thompson's skillful hands, this momentous argument between two old friends on the most critical issue of the last century is thus history at its best. Thompson's judicious and delicious depiction of Nitze and Kennan will fascinate anyone who cares about the Cold War or the ways that human beings shape the future." - Jonathan Alter

"Men-kind shared this world for but a blink, then, sadly, they became enlightened, found science and religion. The new world of men left little room for magic or the magical creatures of old. Earth's first children were driven into the shadows by flame and cold iron, by man's insatiable need of conquest." - Brom

"These old fellows have Their ingratitude in them hereditary; Their blood is caked, 'tis cold, it seldom flows; 'Tis lack of kindly warmth, they are not kind, And nature, as it grows toward earth, Is fashion'd for the journey-dull and heavy." - William Shakespeare

"Men-kind shared this world for but a blink, then, sadly, they became enlightened, found science and religion. The new world of men left little room for magic or the magical creatures of old. Earth's first children were driven into the shadows by flame and cold iron, by man's insatiable need of conquest." - Brom

"The future always looks good in the golden land, because no one remembers the past ... Here is the last stop for all those who come from somewhere else, for all those who drifted away from the cold and the past and the old ways." - Joan Didion

"Whatever Juice this sky will pour this gaping parched old throat will drain; What time the Harper harps I'll dance: 'tis He, not I, who shall complain. Meal may be scarce and cakes be burnt, yet I weep not nor even scold: The sun is food enough for me, 't is large, and has not yet grown cold." - Ridgely Torrence

"Old people who live too long come to resemble turtles. As though time turned in a curve, and down they go to the reptiles again. Not the little wet naked frog they were born. But the tortoise. Cold eyes, sagging circles of skin, the nose becomes beak. The shell of sleep." - Josephine Winslow Johnson

"I have peanut M&M's up there." "Not my style" "Raisinets." "Feh." "Sam Adams." Thor narrowed his eyes. "Cold?" "Downright icy." Thor crossed his arms over his chest and told him self he was not pouting like a five-year-old. "I want Milk Duds." - J.R. Ward

"If you want a peaceful place to dwell Cold Mountain is guaranteed forever A light wind blows softly in the pines The sound is good when you are close One old man sits beneath the trees Reading Lao Tzu and Huang Ti, mumbling I could not find the world if I searched ten years I've forgotten the road by which I came" - Hanshan

"As I descend the stairs, I can't help brushing my fingers along the unblemished white marble walls. So cold and beautiful. Even in the Capitol, there's nothing to match the magnificence of this old building. But there is no give to the surface - only my flesh yields, my warmth taken. Stone conquers people every time." - Suzanne Collins

"In my local newspaper, they had this advert: 'please look after your neighbours in the cold weather'. I live next door to this 84-year-old woman, and do you know, not once has she come round to see if I'm all right. The lazy cow hasn't even taken her milk in for a fortnight." - Jack Dee

"Thou, silent form, dost tease us out of thought As doth eternity: Cold Pastoral! When old age shall this generation waste, Thou shalt remain, in midst of other woe Than ours, a friend to man, to whom thou say'st, 'Beauty is truth, truth beauty,' - that is all Ye know on Earth, and all ye need to know." - John Keats

"As I descend the stairs, I ca' help brushing my fingers along the unblemished white marble walls. So cold and beautiful. Even in the Capitol, there's nothing to match the magnificence of this old building. But there is no give to the surface - only my flesh yields, my warmth taken. Stone conquers people every time." - Suzanne Collins

"Nowadays men cannot love seven night but they must have all their desires: that love may not endure by reason; for where they be soon accorded and hasty, heat soon it cooleth. Right so fareth love nowadays, soon hot soon cold: this is no stability. But the old love was not so." - Thomas Malory

"I love the chill October days, when the brown leaves lie thick and sodden underneath your feet ... the evenings in late autumn time, when the white mist creeps across the fields, making it seem as though old Earth, feeling the night air cold to its poor bones, were drawing ghostly bedclothes round its withered limbs." - Jerome K Jerome

"Love comforteth like sunshine after rain. Doubt thou the stars are fire; doubt that the sun doth move; doubt truth to be a liar; but never doubt I love you. I love thee, I love but thee with a love that shall not die. Till the sun grows cold and the stars grow old." - William Shakespeare

"I always knew it would come down to you and the big blue school boy. Planet's too big for the BOTH of you. When it all comes down, I want a piece of him. A small piece, will do? For OLD TIMES, sake, you know..it still hurts when its cold." - Frank Miller

"I remember when the Cold War ended, how quickly the United States was swept by a nationalistic fervor and turned against Saddam Hussein. As soon as we lost our age-old enemy, the Soviet Union, we instantly created a new one." - Connie Zweig

"What we went to World War II for, at least in my mind, was not getting taken care of. It was supposed to be a brave new world, but we were getting back into the old ruts, and we were in a cold war with Russia." - Al Feldstein

"There was a research I think team, which conducted a survey about what Indians think of Americans, and 71 percent I believe said, well, I think all the nice things about our working together with the United States. But there are people I think that are old mind-sets, who still I think remain mired in the Cold War ideology." - Manmohan Singh

"How can I rest in the days of my slowness? I've become a strange piece of flesh, Nervous and cold, bird-furtive, whiskery, With a cheek soft as a hound's ear. What's left is light as a seed; I need an old crone's knowing." - Theodore Roethke



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