Quotes from London, Dryden and me


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Quotes from London, Dryden and me.

A Poem by Coyote Poetry

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I re-read Dryden and London yesterday. Here are some quotes and thoughts.

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Quotes from London, Dryden and me.

“Marriage is dead, when the pleasure had fled.”
John Dryden

“Can love be a blessing, or worth the possessing, can life be a blessing
if love were away.’
John Dryden

“What peace can be, where both to one pretend”
John Dryden

“Kiss we and part; no further can we go; And better death than we go high to low
should dwindle, or decline from strong to weak,”
Jack London

“Did the gods sleep? I wondered. Or were they dead?”
Jack London

“Never was lovers ecstasy like theirs.  They had not killed love with kisses.”
Jack London

“When we learn. The goal of life isn’t for us to have everything. We have gained wisdom.”
John Castellenas/Coyote

“Writers must live and live some more. Drink from life ventures and never regret what we didn’t do.
Drink, dance and hold many lovers, make the pen come alive and fearless. We need  tales and stories
from a person who have lived and learn.  Everyday is a new opportunity.”
John Castellenas/Coyote

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