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"It is notorious that we speak no more than half-truths in our ordinary conversation, and even a soliloquy is likely to be affected by the apprehension that walls have ears." - Eric Linklater

"Walls have tongues, and hedges ears." - Jonathan Swift

"Those who have ears to hear, will hear" - Dmitri Shostakovich

"We cannot close our ears; we have no ear lids!" - R. Murray Schafer

"As paredes tem ouvidos. (Portuguese: The walls have ears.)" - Madeleine L'Engle

"Most people have ears, but few have judgment; tickle those ears, and depend upon it, you will catch their judgments, such as they are." - Lord Chesterfield

"My whinstone house my castle is, I have my own four walls." - Thomas Carlyle

"I have always been psychic. The walls of any room I walk into talk to me." - Ethel Waters

"Deep are the foundations of sincerity. Even stone walls have their foundation below the frost." - Henry David Thoreau

"The dead have no ears, no answering machines that we know of, still we call." - Bob Hicok

"Scripture often reminds us that it's not enough to have ears - we must use them." - Max Lucado

"The visible world is a daily miracle, for those who have eyes and ears." - Edith Wharton

"Pleasure and revenge Have ears more deaf than adders to the voice Of any true decision." - William Shakespeare

"We have two ears and one tongue so that we would listen more and talk less." - Diogenes of Sinope

"The walls have ears, ears that hear each little sound you make every time you stamp, throw a lamp." - Elvis Presley

"The walls have ears, better think before you throw that shoe." - Elvis Presley

"Old married people look so much alike that they have the same number of hairs in their ears." - Albert Camus

"Isn't it strange that ... people build walls to keep an enemy out, and there's only one part of the world and one philosophy where they have to build walls to keep their people in" - Ronald Reagan

"The wooden walls are the best walls of this kingdom." - Thomas Coventry

"Walls turned sideways are bridges." - Angela Davis

"Words will build no walls." - Plutarch

"People have separated from each other with walls of concrete that blocked the roads to connection and love. and Nature has been defeated in the name of development." - Yasunari Kawabata

"Every word and deed must contribute to an understanding with the enemy and release those vast reservoirs of goodwill which have been blocked by impenetrable walls of hate." - Martin Luther King, Jr.

"The girl hurried away, but then Pippi shouted, "Did he have big ears that reached way down to his shoulders?" "No," said the girl and turned and came running back in amazement. "You don't mean to say that you have seen a man walk by with such big ears?" "I have never seen anyone who walks with his ears," said Pippi. "All the people I know walk with their feet." - Astrid Lindgren

"Put cotton in your ears and pebbles in your shoes. Pull on rubber gloves. Smear Vaseline over your glasses, and there you have it: instant old age." - Malcolm Cowley

"If God had wanted us to talk more than listen, he would have given us two mouths rather than two ears." - Ken Blanchard

"To be a visionary, all you have to do is make decisions based off of your eyes instead of your ears and your memory." - Kanye West

"Walls have ears. Doors have eyes. Trees have voices. Beasts tell lies. Beware the rain. Beware the snow. Beware the man You think you know. -Songs of Sapphique" - Catherine Fisher

"Your face will freeze like that, you know, Kat," Raffin said helpfully to Katsa. "Maybe I should rearrange your face, Raff," said Katsa. "I should like smaller ears," Raffin offered. "Prince Raffin has nice, handsome ears," Helda said, not looking up from her knitting. "As will his children. Your children will have no ears at all, My Lady," she said sternly to Katsa. Katsa stared back at her, flabbergasted. "I believe it's more that her ears won't have children," began Raffin, "which, you'll agree, sounds much less-" - Kristin Cashore

"He only has freedom who ideally loves freedom himself and is glad to extend it to others. He who cares to have slaves must chain himself to them. He who builds walls to create exclusion for others builds walls across his own freedom. He who distrusts freedom in others loses his moral right to it." - Rabindranath Tagore

"Travel is like a university without walls." - Anita Roddick

"Fear builds walls to bar the light." - Baal Shem Tov

"Can we talk of integration until there is integration of hearts and minds? Unless you have this, you only have a physical presence, and the walls between us are as high as the mountain range." - Chief Dan George

"In Sparta , paintings have been taken out of certain walls by cutting through the bricks, then have been placed in wooden frames, and so brought to the Comitium to adorn the aedileship of [C. Visellius] Varro and [C. Licinius] Murena." - Marcus Vitruvius Pollio

"Observation - activity of both eyes and ears." - Horace Mann

"Eyes are more accurate witnesses than ears." - Heraclitus

"Hang on the walls of your mind the memory of your successes. Take counsel of your strength, not your weakness. Think of the good jobs you have done. For whenever excellence is recounted, it is increased." - Sterling W Sill

"We give people fish. We teach them to fish. We tear down the walls that have been built up around the fish pond. And we figure out who polluted it." - Shane Claiborne

"I am learning peacefulness, lying by myself quietly, as the light lies on these white walls, this bed, these hands. I am nobody; I have nothing to do with explosions." - Sylvia Plath

"I have an impulse to write all over the orange walls- I need an alphabet of endings ripped out of books, of hands pulled off of clocks, of cold stones, of shoes filled with nothing but wind." - Jandy Nelson

"I can say, and I am responsible for what I am saying, that they have started to commit suicide under the walls of Baghdad. We will encourage them to commit more suicides quickly." - Mohammed Saeed al-Sahaf

"When your eyes are functioning well you don't see your eyes. If your eyes are imperfect you see spots in front of them. That means there are some lesions in the retina or wherever, and because your eyes aren't working properly, you feel them. In the same way, you don't hear your ears. If you have a ringing in your ears it means there's something wrong with your ears. Therefore, if you do feel yourself, there must be something wrong with you. Whatever you have, the sensation of I is like spots in front of your eyes - it means something's wrong with your functioning." - Alan Watts

"Once we actually have the production script after many rewrites, at that point is when I start to decide what the look and colors will be. I work like a painter, even though I'm working in three dimensions. I'm working with chairs. I'm working with walls. But even things like the floor or the walls that people might think are not important, they actually do influence the visual look of the film. These are also things that I have to think about." - Pedro Almodovar

"Taste, that eternal wanderer, which flies From head to ears, and now from ears to eyes." - Alexander Pope

"The rotating armatures of every generator and motor in this age of electricity are steadily proclaiming the truth of the relativity theory to all who have ears to hear." - Leigh Page

"Let us not make the poor our friends by our alms, not our enemies by our scorns. We had better have the ears of God full of their prayers, than heaps of money in our own coffers with their curses." - Thomas Adams

"We have the wolf by the ears, and we can neither hold him, nor safely let him go. Justice is in one scale, and self-preservation in the other." - Thomas Jefferson

"I think that's really important, that kids get exposed to music as soon as they can - not necessarily to become musicians, but at least have an outlet. It's an art form that's easily accessible to young ears." - Joe Perry

"Most of us have the residue of thousands of songs in our ears, that if you end up songwriting, I think you're mostly smoking the residue of all that material you absorbed over time." - Tom Waits

"I have a toothache today. I never seem to be able to rise above a toothache. It makes me want to howl, break things, pull noses, tweak ears, screech." - John Colton

"The funnest jokes for me to tell are the ones that are the newest. So I'm just constantly motivated to keep my eyes and ears open and have new stuff." - Brian Regan

"Within each individual young person you meet, you have the same fields to plow. The trick is just to wake thmem up, to sharpen their ears for what's already there in the music." - Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau

"Do you know what Agelisas said, when he was asked why the great city of Lacedomonie was not girded with walls? Because, pointing out the inhabitants and citizens of the city, so expert in military discipline and so strong and well armed: "Here," he said, "are the walls of the city," meaning that there is no wall but of bones, and that towns and cities can have no more secure nor stronger wall than the virtue of their citizens and inhabitants." - Francois Rabelais

"Leave a cavity behind the [wall] facings, and on the inside build walls two feet thick, made of red dimension stone or burnt brick or lava in courses, and then bind them to the fronts by means of iron clamps and lead. ...the beds and builds, all settling equally and bonded at the joints, will not let the work bulge out, nor allow the fall of the face walls which have been tightly fastened together." - Marcus Vitruvius Pollio

"How our story has been divided up among the truth-telling professions! Religion, philosophy, history, poetry, compete with each other for our ears; and science competes with all together. And for each we have a different set of ears. But, though we hear much, what we are told is as nothing: none of it gives us ourselves, rather each story-kind steals us to make its reality of us." - Laura Riding

"Do you know what would happen if these walls had ears? They would commit suicide." - Kuba Wojewodzki

"Some on commission, some for the love of learning, Some because they have nothing better to do Or because they hope these walls of books will deaden The drumming of the demon in their ears." - Louis Macneice

"I grew up in a country where I remember my parents not being able to have a conversation on the phone. The walls had ears, and you couldn't speak freely." - Jan Koum

"Warriors do not win victories by beating their heads against walls, but by overtaking the walls. Warriors jump over walls; they don't demolish them." - Carlos Castaneda

"Little pitchers have big ears." - John Heywood

"Big egos have little ears." - Robert H Schuller

"Little rabbits have big ears." - Virginia C. Andrews

"Walls are made of fear; bridges are made of love!" - Mehmet Murat Ildan

"Nature has given us two ears but only one mouth." - Benjamin Disraeli

"Spies are the ears and eyes of Princes." - George Herbert

"One must find rhythms others' ears don't hear." - David Anthony Durham

"Imagine a plague you catch through your ears." - Chuck Palahniuk

"I'm up to my ears in unwritten words." - J D Salinger

"Gender is between your ears and not between your legs." - Chastity Bono

"All the great masters in the world have been saying only one thing down the centuries, "Have your own mind and have your own individuality. Don't be a part of the crowd; don't be a wheel in the whole mechanism of a vast society. Be individual, on your own. Live life with your own eyes; listen to music with your own ears." But we are not doing anything with our own ears, with our own eyes, with our own minds; everything is being taught, and we are following it." - Rajneesh

"Seize the opportunities life has to offer you. Embrace the changes, and have the courage to travel on roads less travelled, even though what is in front of you could be tough, make it successful. Have determination and courage to kick down the brick walls in front of you, and to go on and achieve bigger success than you ever thought possible." - Li Cunxin

"As men neither fear nor respect what has been made contemptible, all honor to him who makes oppression laughable as well as detestable. Armies cannot protect it then; and walls which have remained impenetrable to cannon have fallen before a roar of laughter or a hiss of contempt." - Edwin Percy Whipple

"The influence of the senses have in men overpowered the thought to the degree that the walls of time and space have come to look solid, real and insurmountable. .. Yet time and space are but inverse measures of the power of the mind. Man is capable of abolishing them both." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

"I never studied acting, yet the first time I auditioned and did a cold reading, I surprised everyone for my honesty and limpidity. They told me I could play any role because I have no walls, I don't put anything between me and the character I have to play." - Jennifer Lawrence

"Remove all the walls and curtains so you can get closer and purely love. Have principles but do not use them to exclude or to judge the others. Stay far from idols, specially from those you made from your own principles. Have a powerful faith, but do not play the powerful." - Shams Tabrizi

"The word 'philanthropy' brings up an image of somebody who's had an illustrious career, has retired and is giving to highly established institutions that may or may not have ivy growing up their walls. I personally have felt the need to give philanthropy a reboot" - Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen

"On all the walls, wherever walls exist, I will inscribe this eternal indictment of Christianity-I have letters to make even blindmen see.... I call Christianity the single great curse, the single great innermost depravity, the single great instinct of revenge, for which no means is poisonous, secretive, subterranean, small enough-I call it mankind's single immortal blemish.... And we reckon time from the dies nefastus with which this calamity arose-following Christianity's first day!-Why not following its last day, instead?-Following today?-Transvaluation of all values!" - Friedrich Nietzsche

"If you say to someone who has ears to hear: "What you are doing to me is not just," you may touch and awaken at its source the spirit of attention and love. But it is not the same with words like, "I have the right..." or "you have no right to..." They evoke a latent war and awaken the spirit of contention." - Simone Weil

"One might equate growing up with a mistrust of words. A mature person trusts his eyes more than his ears. Irrationality often manifests itself in upholding the word against the evidence of the eyes. Children, savages and true believers remember far less what they have seen than what they have heard." - Eric Hoffer

"If I may so express it, I was steeped in Dora. I was not merely over head and ears in love with her, but I was saturated through and through. Enough love might have been wrung out of me, metaphorically speaking, to drown anybody in; and yet there would have remained enough within me, and all over me, to pervade my entire existence." - Charles Dickens

"He wanted to make her laugh. He wanted to sit and listen to her talk about books until his ears fell off. But all these were things he could not want, because they were things he could not have, and wanting what you could not have led to misery and madness." - Cassandra Clare

"You have to love dancing to stick to it. It gives you nothing back, no manuscripts to store away, no paintings to show on walls and maybe hang in museums, no poems to be printed and sold, nothing but that fleeting moment when you feel alive. It is not for unsteady souls ." - Merce Cunningham

"Dancers are a great breed of people. And they really want to dance so you don't have to beg them to work. However, dancers sometimes build walls around themselves because they are presenting themselves all the time: dancing is very much a confession." - Suzanne Farrell

"The miracle is that some have stepped out of the rags of the Republic's definition to assume the great burden and glory of their humanity and their responsibility for one another. It is an extraordinary achievement to be trapped in the dungeon of color and to dare to shake down its walls and to step out of it leaving the jailkeeper in the rubble." - James A Baldwin

"I think that certain players are going to approach the game differently. I am more of a quiet person. I like to have more of a focused energy and internal energy whereas some people need to be bouncing off the walls to be ready for the game." - Caitlin Lowe

"In every block of marble I see a statue as plain as though it stood before me, shaped and perfect in attitude and action. I have only to hew away the rough walls that imprison the lovely apparition to reveal it to the other eyes as mine see it." - Michelangelo

"I don't feel like I'm standing in a position where I have some right above other people to say what I think. We should all be talking to each other about what we think is important - whether we're in politics, or whether we're checking out at a grocery store. We shouldn't put walls up between each other." - Dave Matthews

"Inspiration,' the false artist says,'it just comes to me.' And it shows.His pictures are as like as the four walls of his room - morning, evening, midnight, noon. For myself, I have to search for it. The whole world is your palate, but only if you reach, take hold of what you need and pocket it." - Kurt Schwitters

"My bad head cannot adjust itself to the way things are.... If I want to depict spring, it has to be in wintertime; if I want to describe a beautiful landscape, I must be enclosed within walls; and I have said a hundred times that if I were put in the Bastille, there I would paint a picture of liberty." - Jean-Jacques Rousseau

"Misanthropes have some admirable if paradoxical virtues. It is no exaggeration to say that we are among the nicest people you arelikely to meet. Because good manners build sturdy walls, our distaste for intimacy makes us exceedingly cordial "ships that pass in the night." As long as you remain a stranger we will be your friend forever." - Florence King

"I have you fast in my fortress, And will not let you depart, But put you down into the dungeon, In the round-tower of my heart, And there will I keep you forever, Yes, forever and a day, Till the walls shall crumble to ruin, And moulder in the dust away!" - Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

"It seems that the most fearful people in our country are those who don't travel and are metaphorically barricaded in America. If we all stayed home and built more walls and fewer bridges between us and the rest of the world, eventually we would have something to actually be fearful of." - Rick Steves

"I'd really rather that nobody had a gun, and then nobody would have to worry about it. That would be more my theory. In America, there's this knee-jerk response that more walls and more guns make people safer, and I'm entirely suspect of that way of thinking." - Ethan Hawke

"My friends have come to me unsought. The great God gave them to me. By oldest right, by the divine affinity of virtue with itself,I find them, or rather not I, but the Deity in me and in them derides and cancels the thick walls of the individual character, relation, age, sex, circumstance, at which he usually connives, and now makes many one." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

"Some of the most important caves, like Lascaux in the Dordogne region in France, have had to be closed down. There had been too many people allowed in, and they left a mold on the walls that is spreading and which can't really be stopped." - Werner Herzog

"The paintings are not just on flat walls - you have these enormous niches, bulges and protrusions, as well as stalactites and stalagmites. The effect of the three-dimensionality is phenomenal. It's a real drama which the artists of the time understood, and they used it for the drama of their paintings." - Werner Herzog

"so long as you believe that man is essentially evil in nature, and a more vicious doctrine was never promulgated, it follows that he is often going to need to have his ears slapped back, and who should do this but the clergy?" - Anne Roe

"Do you know how, when you are on the verge of a breakdown, the world pounds in your ears; a rush of blood, of consequence? Do you now how it feels when the truth cuts your tongue to ribbons, and still you have to speak it?" - Jodi Picoult

"What are you going to call the place?" "I haven't decided yet. Carrington wants to call it Clippety-Do-Da or Hairway to Heaven . . . but I told her we have to be a little bit classier." "Julius Scissors," I suggested. "Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow," Jack joined in. Liberty covered her ears. "I'll go out of business in the first week." - Lisa Kleypas

"Her name rang in Will's mind like the chime of a bell; he wondered if any other name on earth had such an inescapable resonance to it. She couldn't have been named something awful, could she, like Mildred. He couldn't imagine lying awake at night, staring up at the ceiling while invisible voices whispered 'Mildred' in his ears. But Tessa-" - Cassandra Clare

"If we Pause and breathe in and out, then we can have the experience of timeless presence, of the inexpressible wisdom and goodness of our own minds. We can look at the world with fresh eyes and hear things with fresh ears." - Pema Chodron

"Why don't they cut their own children's ears into points to make them look sharp? Why don't they cut off their noses to make them look plucky? One would be just as sensible as the other. What right have they to torment and disfigure God's creatures?" - Anna Sewell

"I do not mean to mock or ridicule your life's work, for in one way at least it mimics my own: We have dedicated our lives to the pursuit of phantoms. The difference is the nature of those phantoms. Mine exist between other men's ears; yours live solely between your own." - Rick Yancey

"The fundamentalists of every faith remain blind to the truth that the "sigh within the prayer is the same in the heart of the Christian, the Muslim, and the Jew." I have seen this unity with my eyes, heard it with my ears, felt it with all my being." - David James Duncan

"Music? Music is life! It's physical emotion - you can touch it! It's neon ecto-energy sucked out of spirits and switched into sound waves for your ears to swallow. Are you telling me, what, that it's boring? You don't have time for it?" - Isaac Marion

"As soon as one of my records goes on, it makes a vast portion of the public nervous. They get spooked by it. To some people who have ears to hear, it's a delightful, refreshing change. But to most of the public, it's a load of homemade-sounding nonsense." - Nick Lowe

"It now appears that the negro race is, more than any other, susceptible of rapid civilization. The emancipation is observed, in the islands, to have wrought for the negro a benefit as sudden as when a thermometer is brought out of the shade into the sun. It has given him eyes and ears." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

"Kings have many ears and eyes." - Proverbs

"You'll never have a garden - a garden needs walls and you have no walls." - Russell Page

"They took away what should have been my eyes (but I remembered Milton's Paradise). They took away what should have been my ears, (Beethoven came and wiped away my tears) They took away what should have been my tongue, (but I had talked with god when I was young) He would not let them take away my soul, possessing that I still possess the whole." - Helen Keller

"Our responsibility is to get God's word to their ears. Only God can get the word from their ears to their heart." - Albert Mohler

"You have to understand. I am no one special. I am just a single girl. I am five feet two inches tall and I am in-between in every way. But I have a secret. You can build walls all the way to the sky and I will find a way to fly above them. You can try to pin me down with a hundred thousand arms, but I will find a way to resist." - Lauren Oliver

"There are a lot of doors that still get shut, and there are a lot of walls to still breach. But, the stuff that does come across to me, or that I hear about or read about, that I'm willing to go out there and fight for, I still have to go audition. I do have a certain leeway to choose, from that group, what I want to say, as an artist." - Jimmy Smits

"Frankly, I do not like the idea of conversations to define the term "unconditional surrender."The German people can have dinned into their ears what I said in my Christmas Eve speech-in effect, that we have no thought of destroying the German people and that we want them to live through the generations like other European peoples on condition, of course, that they get rid of their present philosophy of conquest." - Franklin D Roosevelt

"There was something missing In my foundation Why blame the poor walls?" - Javed Akhtar

"The people must fight for their laws as for their walls." - Heraclitus

"All one needs to write a story is one feeling and four walls." - Doris Betts

"The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls is the quintessential dysfunctional family." - Sara Shepard

"The walls of people hardly affected me. You closed your mind to such things." - Walter Rohrl

"Unlike flying or astral projection, walking through walls is an earthbound pursuit..." - Chris Rock

"You can't go forward if you're looking backward. You run into walls that way." - Karen Marie Moning

"Her heart was a secret garden and the walls were very high." - William Goldman

"Cold walls do not a prison make, nor iron bands a bondsman." - Scott Lynch

"I'm no prophet. My job is making windows where there were once walls." - Michel Foucault

"Less gossiping, more learning. Less complaining, more excelling. Less walls, more bridges. Less fear, more courage" - Robin S. Sharma

"It is men who make a city, not walls or ships." - Thucydides

"I am your own voice echoing off the walls of God" - Rumi

"All I wanted was to break your walls, all you wanted was to break me" - Miley Cyrus

"Electricity, water, gas, and steam course through the walls of my building, keeping it alive." - Mason Cooley

"All that occurs within the walls of the temple is uplifting and enobling." - Thomas S Monson

"Gertrude Jekyll, like Monet, was a painter with poor eyesight, and their gardens - his at Giverny in the Seine valley, hers in Surrey - had resemblance's that may have sprung from this condition. Both loved plants that foamed and frothed over walls and pergolas, spread in tides beneath trees; both saw flowers in islands of colored light - an image the normal eye captures only by squinting." - Eleanor Perenyi

"The problem [with genetic research] is, we're just starting down this path, feeling our way in the dark. We have a small lantern in the form of a gene, but the lantern doesn't penetrate more than a couple of hundred feet. We don't know whether we're going to encounter chasms, rock walls or mountain ranges along the way. We don't even know how long the path is." - Francis Collins

"The house has to be clean and in order because I have to be able to sift through the creative disorder in my mind. The mental disorder that I'm exploring has to bounce off the walls. It has to go in and out of different rooms. If the room is not in order, then I can't distinguish which is which, and that really drives me crazy." - Alexis De Veaux

"Pain is like a new room in your house that you never knew you had. If you had known, you would have bolted and locked the room past any entering. But truly, it is a room like any other, four glaring white walls and a dark hard floor, and if you don't try to get out, it is possible to remain in it. Once you tried to get out, you ... couldn't ... stand ... it. Don't think of getting out." - Willa Gibbs

"If one doubts whether Grecian valor and patriotism are not a fiction of the poets, he may go to Athens and see still upon the walls of the temple of Minerva the circular marks made by the shields taken from the enemy in the Persian war, which were suspended there. We have not far to seek for living and unquestionable evidence. The very dust takes shape and confirms some story which we had read." - Henry David Thoreau

"Easy climb, Kurokuma. You do it easily.' 'Not on your life,' Horace said... 'That's what we have Rangers for. They climb up sheer rock walls and crawl along narrow, slippery ledges. I'm a trained warrior, and I'm far to valuable to risk such shenanigans.' 'We're not valuable?' Will said, feigning insult. Horace looked at him. 'We've got two of you. We can always afford to lose one,' he said firmly." - John Flanagan

"The debate raged on for so long, at last Saphira had interrupted with a roar that shook the walls of the command tent. Then she said, I am sore and tired, and Eragon is doing a poor job of explaining himself. We have better things to do than stand around yammering like jackdaws, no? ... Good now listen to me. It was reflected Eragon, hard to argue with a dragon." - Christopher Paolini

"No," he said. "Relius was right and I was wrong. You are My Queen. Even though you cut my head from my shoulders, with my last breath as a noose tightens, to the last beat of my heart if I hang from the walls of the palace, you are My Queen. That I have failed you does not change my love for you or my loyalty." - Megan Whalen Turner

"I am very fond of the modest manner of life of those solitary owners of remote villages, who in Little Russia are commonly called "old-fashioned," who are like tumbledown picturesque little houses, delightful in their simplicity and complete unlikeness to the new smooth buildings whose walls have not yet been discolored by the rain, whose roofs are not yet covered with green lichen, and whose porch does not display its bricks through the peeling stucco." - Nikolai Gogol

"I'd have liked to have leant against walls in thrillers." - Celia Johnson

"The soul has been given its own ears to hear things mind does not understand." - Rumi

""A man falls in love through his eyes, a woman through her ears."" - Woodrow Wyatt

"Today the greatest single source of wealth is between your ears." - Brian Tracy

"The fullest and best ears of corn hang lowest toward the ground." - Christopher Augustine Reynolds

"I didn't hear him because my two Stanley Cup rings were plugging my ears." - Patrick Roy

"And silence sounds no worse than cheers After earth has stopped the ears." - A E Housman

"To rest, the cushion and soft dean invite, who never mentions hell to ears polite." - Alexander Pope

"No music is so pleasant to my ears as that word-father." - Lydia M Child

"It is a difficult matter to argue with the belly since it has no ears." - Cato the Elder

"I cut off my ears before i hear your advice and vice versa" - Kendrick Lamar



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