Mariana Fulger

A Quote by Mariana Fulger

The thought is stronger that the sky above when the man hopes, and weaker than the butterfly's wing flap when he has lost its way and cries like a helpless beast or says nothing at all...

Mariana Fulger

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A Quote by Mariana Fulger

You cannot cross the borders of the soul without at least once be tempted to look back... There are worlds over there. They are calling you to turn your way... familiar faces, strangers, us who have knocked countless times at its gates and they were opened for us.

Mariana Fulger

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A Quote by Mariana Fulger

The wait turned us into a couple of gates that open and close when stroke by the wind of solitude.

Mariana Fulger

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A Quote by Mariana Fulger

The ellipsis is, probably, the most accurate numerical and textual representation of reality.

Mariana Fulger

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A Quote by Mariana Fulger

What a chase of spins this thought with two hearts holding hands through us on the moonlit evenings and the mornings when city and sea take shape from the dark while the nightingale sings...

Mariana Fulger

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A Quote by Mariana Fulger

Our minds elevated us from among the beasts and our minds again will send us into oblivion if wiseness is not employed when unleashing nuclear force.

Mariana Fulger

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A Quote by Mariana Fulger

To die – to walk a tree shaded path or an explosion of vivid colors and vibrations in which, after a moment of pure existence, everything becomes silence, initial energy-matter.

Mariana Fulger

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A Quote by Mariana Fulger

I could fall in love with you, but I am already head over heels for... you.

Mariana Fulger

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A Quote by Mariana Fulger

Work has raised the man and it also taught him to aim higher.

Mariana Fulger

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A Quote by Mariana Fulger

When you seed death, do not expect that fields or wheat or fruitful orchards grow.

Mariana Fulger

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