F.t. Mckinstry Quotes

All the Kids Agree is the debut album by Animal Chin. It was released in 1997 on Kingpin Records.

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Three days. A war fought over a woman could go three suns as easily. Or three hundred.

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Springtime blooms the starry treeBearing fruit the mariners see.High by night and low by dawnThe silver apple guides us home.

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The gods cared nothing for those they touched. Especially war gods.

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Innocence crafts its own demise.

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Wizard is as wizard does.

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My woman has a wandering eye;Yarrow, thyme and thorn.She eyes the ocean and the skyWhile stitching sails, forlorn.I got a kiss, and then a tearAs she bade me go;But on the waves, my heart's in fear:My woman's in the know.

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Gardens are made of darkness and light entwined.

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Master of magic, god of war, Odin wanders alone.

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In the calm, deep waters of the mind, the wolf waits.

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If you are in doubt about what's balanced, look to the natural world. Animals know the right paths.

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The light from his torch painted the barren forest in shades of his own reflection, black-haired, gray-eyed and pale for want of a touch. He pulled his cloak close, unable to determine which made him more uncomfortable: the dreary woods or the new moon settling onto his heart like a cloud of moths.

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The older a wizard grows, the more silent he becomes, like a woody vine growing over time to choke a garden path, deep and full of moss and snakes, running everywhere, impenetrable.

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Love is whole. Love cannot be divided from itself. Love knows all paths, where even gods and cats are blind.

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She held out her hands, cupped and holding a small plant.'The power to heal is the power to destroy,' she said with the faintest smile.

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The forces of the sea give rise to imagination, which reflects them according to the nature and disposition of the perceiver. The sea itself is undifferentiated and without bias.

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