— Hsu Shui-teh Taiwanese politician 1931
Hsu Shui-teh (1975) cited in " Boy from slum becomes high official http://www.taiwantoday.tw/ct.asp?xItem=135878&CtNode=451" on T@iwan Today, 21 September 1975
„The universe now appeared to me as a void wherein floated rare flakes of snow, each flake a universe.“
— Olaf Stapledon British novelist and philosopher 1886 - 1950
Chapter I: The Earth; 2. Earth Among the Stars (p. 13)
— Gena Showalter, The Queen of Zombie Hearts
— Arthur Rimbaud French Decadent and Symbolist poet 1854 - 1891
Voyelles http://www.mag4.net/Rimbaud/poesies/Vowels.html (Vowels (1871)
„The real lover is the man who can thrill you by kissing your forehead or smiling into your eyes or just staring into space.“
— Marilyn Monroe American actress, model, and singer 1926 - 1962
„What fond and wayward thoughts will slide
Into a lover's head!
"O mercy!" to myself I cried,
"If Lucy should be dead!"“
— William Wordsworth English Romantic poet 1770 - 1850
Strange Fits of Passion Have I Known, st. 7 (1799).
„Lovers walk in the noontime by that fountain.
Pigeons dip their beaks to drink from the water.
And soon the pond must freeze.“
— Conrad Aiken American novelist and poet 1889 - 1973
„Looking through an aperture [a door or a window] is a way that I have been able to isolate or fragment a single form. My first memory of focusing through an aperture occurred when I was around twelve years old. One evening, passing the lighted window of a house. I was fascinated by red, blue and black shapes inside a room. But when I went up and looked in, I saw a red coach, a blue drape and a black table. The shapes had disappeared. I had to retreat to see them again.“
— Ellsworth Kelly American painter, sculptor, and printmaker 1923 - 2015
p. unknown : 'Notes from 1969'