„When I am dead and over me bright April
Shakes out her rain-drenched hair,
Tho' you should lean above me broken-hearted,
I shall not care. I shall have peace, as leafy trees are peaceful
When rain bends down the bough,
And I shall be more silent and cold-hearted
Than you are now.“

"I Shall Not Care
Rivers to the Sea (1915)

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„I am in peace, in love, in harmony
when the rain comes
down When the rain came down — melded with my tears
When the rain came down — flow away the fears
When the rain came down — bigger than the sea
When the rain came down — then came me.“

—  Happy Rhodes American singer-songwriter 1965

"When The Rain Came Down" <!-- at some points this sounds more like "I am standing in green" -->
Ecto (1987)
Contexto: When the rain came down, I was standing in the green
My soul was touched by every tree that my eyes could see
I am in peace, in love, in harmony
when the rain comes
down When the rain came down — melded with my tears
When the rain came down — flow away the fears
When the rain came down — bigger than the sea
When the rain came down — then came me.

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„I shall have more to say when I am dead.“

—  Edwin Arlington Robinson American poet 1869 - 1935

The Three Taverns (1920), "John Brown".

Happy Rhodes photo

„I am in peace, in love, in harmony,
when the rain comes“

—  Happy Rhodes American singer-songwriter 1965

"When The Rain Came Down" (bonus track on 1992 CD) - Live performance at The Tin Angel, Philadelphia, PA (9 May 1996) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1zzcMmfGBjY - Visually enhanced fan video of same performance http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vz8S31vlw8Q <!-- at some points this sounds more like: I am Peace, in love, in harmony… -->
Ecto (1987)
Contexto: When the rain came down, I was older than the earth.
I could die right now, and plan another birth
Anytime I choose.
I am in peace, in love, in harmony,
when the rain comes

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„It will grieve me so to the heart, that I shall cry my eyes out.“

—  Miguel de Cervantes Spanish novelist, poet, and playwright 1547 - 1616

Variante: It will grieve me so to the heart, that I shall cry my eyes out.
Fonte: Don Quixote de la Mancha (1605–1615), Part I, Book III, Ch. 11.

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„In a word, be it with reason or without reason or against reason, I am resolved not to die. And if, when at last I die out, I die altogether, then I shall not have died out of myself — that is, I shall not have yielded myself to death, but my human destiny shall have killed me. Unless I come to lose my head, or rather my heart, I will not abdicate from life — life will be wrested from me.“

—  Miguel de Unamuno 19th-20th century Spanish writer and philosopher 1864 - 1936

The Tragic Sense of Life (1913), VI : In the Depths of the Abyss
Contexto: I will not say that the more or less poetical and unphilosophical doctrines that I am about to set forth are those which make me live; but I will venture to say that it is my longing to live and to live for ever that inspires these doctrines within me. And if by means of them I succeed in strengthening and sustaining this same longing in another, perhaps when it is all but dead, then I shall have performed a man's work, and above all, I shall have lived. In a word, be it with reason or without reason or against reason, I am resolved not to die. And if, when at last I die out, I die altogether, then I shall not have died out of myself — that is, I shall not have yielded myself to death, but my human destiny shall have killed me. Unless I come to lose my head, or rather my heart, I will not abdicate from life — life will be wrested from me.

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„Your hair has turned white
While your heart stayed
Knotted against me.
I shall never
Loosen it now.“

—  Kakinomoto no Hitomaro Japanese poet 662 - 710

XXI, p. 23
Kenneth Rexroth's translations, One Hundred Poems from the Japanese (1955)
Original: (da) Kurokami no
Shira kami made to
Musubiteshi
Kokoro hitotsu wo
Ima takame ya mo

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„I am the Father of Lies. Over the years, my children have done me proud. I shouldn’t play favorites, but I am especially pleased with “The meek shall inherit the earth.” Likewise, I shall always retain a soft spot in my heart for “Every cloud has a silver lining.”“

—  James K. Morrow (1947-) science fiction author 1947

As for “Time heals all wounds” and “Whenever God closes a door, He opens a window”—they, too, make me gloat unconscionably.
Fonte: Blameless in Abaddon (1996), Chapter 1 (p. 13; spoken by the Devil)

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Mary I of England photo

„When I am dead and opened, you shall find Calais lying in my head.“

—  Mary I of England Queen of England and Ireland 1516 - 1558

Said during her final illness, referring to England's loss of Calais to France.
Raphael Holinshed, The Chronicles of England, Scotland and Ireland, vol. III, page 1160 (1587).

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Suman Pokhrel photo

„I shall not go out at all
given that my love is here
shall always stay attached to these hearts.
I shall never bid farewell to this place!
But I have to send this body
anyhow from here.“

—  Suman Pokhrel Nepali poet, lyricist, playwright, translator and artist 1967

<span class="plainlinks"> I shall bid no Farewell https://allpoetry.com/poem/11694634--I-shall-bid-no-Farewell-by-Suman-Pokhrel</span>
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„My heart is like the willow
That bends, but never breaks.
It sighs when summer jilts her,
It sings when April wakes.“

—  Yip Harburg American song lyricist 1896 - 1981

"Irreverent Heart"
Rhymes for the Irreverent (1965)
Contexto: My heart is like the willow
That bends, but never breaks.
It sighs when summer jilts her,
It sings when April wakes. So you, who come a-smiling
With summer in your eyes,
Think not that your beguiling
Will take me by surprise. My heart's prepared for aching
The moment you take wing.
But not, my friend, for breaking
While there's another spring.

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