Winds and waters keep A hush more dead than any sleep.
And I dream in the morning that she brings me water And I dream in the evening that she brings me wine Just a poor man's daughter from Puerta Piasco South of the border, in old Mexico.
Through centuries of centuries, fire and water face each other; the fire, upright, buoyant and leaping; the water flat, creeping, gliding, widening its lines and its surface. When they touch, is it the water which hisses and roars, or is it the fire?
That's a bit like asking a man crawling across the Sahara whether he would prefer Perrier or Malvern water.
If you don't drink 56 bottles of water a week, scientists say you should take a garden hose at the end of the week and shove it up your ass.
Inside Im treading waters steady tryna swim ashore.
Remember we were sitting there by the water.
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