Life is beautiful
When you find love
When you find the place
You’re meant to be
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.There once lived a learned man, who with his polished shoes stamped the bare land, He oft studied ancient scriptures in his spare time, whilst all else would have set out to mime, A widely respected man was he, for his grasp of life was as vast and deep as the sea, Lords and ladies bowed before him, and in his wake their servants hymned, Ere the dawn of storm he saith, “Hearken to the sound of thunder, for it tells the coming of ill weather, That would to us a dreadful day deliver, forcing us to lay in our beds and shiver”, And t’was so, One morn whence up the sun to mourn, he doth sail to the Eastern isles, Therein he mended a merchant’s robe, ‘n for a morsel worked the copper mines, At evenfall he retreated to the garden of roses, where to deaf ears and blind hearts, He would share the words of Moses, in return for a slew of cherry tarts, Ere the daughter of Gaia he saith, “Lo the dagger; old, rusty and dull, yet o’er this phrase ye should lightly mull; If the wound inflicted by the dagger’s blade doesn’t kill, the rust that encrusts it surely will”, And t’were true, One cold autumn the quaking aspen shivered, its leaves shrivelled and left it two by two, A fortnight passed; all its leaves disappeared, withal its bark developed a sickly hue, Like the aspen the man aged and poorly too, alas in final days his solitary life he did rue, For the importance of family and courtship was overseen; a bitter end clearly unforeseen, Ere the face of death he wrote, “To the seeker of truth, the dreamer of day, the chaser of ambition and the lonely lover of May, Blessed I was with wisdom that bedazzled lame men, yet lonely a man I will die in the end,” Shortly thereafter he laid to rest his pen.
Firstly, contrary to popular belief, a movie is not a bad first date idea. Most guys and girls assume a movie date is wrong because both of you would hardly get to talk to each other. And that’s true.
But then again, sometimes it takes a while for both of you to feel comfortable around each other, even more so if one of you is shy. By sitting next to each other for over an hour and a half at the movies, it can help both of you feel more relaxed in each other’s presence. But just make sure the movie isn’t the highlight of the date. Do something else too, so both of you can bond better and get more time to talk to each other