Jun 162013
 

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What are you gonna do, talk the alien to death?

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What can they suffer that do not fear to die?

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What day, what hour, but knocks at human hearts, To wake the soul to sense of future scenes? Deaths stand like Mercurys, in every way, And kindly point us to our journey’s end.

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What do I dislike about death? Must be the hours.’ Woody Allen

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What greater pain could mortals have than this: To see their children dead before their eyes?

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What I look forward to is continued immaturity followed by death.

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What is death but a ceasing to b what we were before? We are kindled, and put out, we die daily; nature that begot us expels us, and a better and safer place is provided for us.

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What is death, after all? We leave only mortals behind us.

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What is death? Oh! what is death? ‘Tis slumber to the weary– ‘Tis rest to the forlorn– ‘Tis shelter to the dreary– ‘Tis peace amid the storm– ‘Tis the entrance to our home– ‘Tis the passage to that God Who bids His children come, When their weary course is trod. Such is death! yes, such is death.

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What is life, except excuse for death, or death but an escape from life.

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What new thing then is it for a man to die, whose whole life is nothing else but a journey to death? [Lat., Quid est enim novi, hominem mori, cujus tota vita nihil aliud quam ad mortem iter est?]

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What then remains, but that we still should cry Not to be born, or being born to die.

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What you want to do here is study a problem that has been studied and studied and studied to death.

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Whatever crazy sorrow saith, No life that breathes with human breath Has ever truly long’d for death.

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Whatever stress some may lay upon it, a death-bed repentance is but a weak and slender plank to trust our all on.

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When a dead tree falls, the woodpeckers share in its death.

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When a few years are come, then I shall go the way whence I shall not return.

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When death gives us a long lease of life, it takes as hostages all those whom we have loved.

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When Death to either shall come – I pray it be first to me.

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When I am dead and buried, on my tombstone I would like to have it written, I have arrived. Because when you feel that you have arrived, you are dead.

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