The Broken Wings, Kahlil Gibran
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Kahlil Gibran

The Broken Wings

Surur Surur
Surur Sururhas quoted5 years ago
The gardens were full of Nisan flowers and the earth was carpeted with green grass, and like a secret of earth revealed to Heaven. The orange trees and apple trees, looking
niizamkptb
niizamkptbhas quoted4 years ago
where days pass like dreams and nights like weddings.
samersinno7
samersinno7has quotedlast year
as eighteen years of age when love opened my eyes with its magic rays and touch
Nefritova Nadia
Nefritova Nadiahas quoted4 years ago
but the sensitive boy who feels much and knows little is the most unfortunate creature under the sun, because he is torn by two forces. the first force elevates him and shows him the beauty of existence through a cloud of dreams; the second ties him down to the earth and fills his eyes with dust and overpowers him with fears and darkness.
Zulaika Wulandari
Zulaika Wulandarihas quoted5 years ago
Can a dead man remember the singing of a nightingale and the fragrance of a rose and the sigh of a brook? Can a prisoner who is heavily loaded with shackles follow the breeze of the dawn? Is not silence more painful than death?
b6666377476
b6666377476has quoted5 years ago
was eighteen years of age when love opened my eyes with its magic rays and touched my spirit for the first time with its fiery fingers,
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