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Is this quote haven?

 

 

To bathe in firey floors, or to reside

In thrilling region of thick-ribbed ice;

To be imprison'd in the viewless winds,

And blown with retless violence round about

The pendant world

 

 

 

 

Tell me who said that, and where it was said. Without Googling it!

 

(Try not to be bored, eh? Ponder your mind!)

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"To bathe in firey floors, or to reside

In thrilling region of thick-ribbed ice;

To be imprison'd in the viewless winds,

And blown with retless violence round about

The pendant world"


...that's easy it's Paul Stanley of KISS.

 

Psssh no. Good try though. :p

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...I know I had no idea who said that....so if I'm ever unsure aboot anythang the answer is Paul Stanley, some internet groups will have you believe the answer is Chuck Norris and while this is an exceptional answer Paul Stanley is always better.

 

Mmm, not for me. I'll wait a bit before telling the answer. I hope at least someone knows this.. :(

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Still wrong. He was quoting someone else. A bit more famous. Who is always quoted? Sorta old, dead, and famous?

 

Ok I know it's shakespere but if it isn't measure for measure, then I wouldn't like to guess :confused: any hints?

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Bit to deep for Gene & co eh?

 

 

Yes, yes. Okay can you get this one?

 

(Not Shakespeare, a bit tougher)

 

And you only need to say what it's from at least.

 

Mine is an unchanging love,

Higher than the heights above,

Deeper than the depths beneath,

Free and faithful, strong as death.

 

 

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OH LAME! Too tired for this lark, so here is one for ye:

 

LIKE souls that balance joy and pain,

With tears and smiles from heaven again

The maiden Spring upon the plain

Came in a sun-lit fall of rain.

In crystal vapour everywhere

Blue isles of heaven laugh'd between,

And far, in forest-deeps unseen,

The topmost elm-tree gather'd green

From draughts of balmy air.

 

 

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