either the wall paper goes or i do——oscar wilde
oh,sorry, didn't read it clearly, u mean finishing lines, i thought words they say before they die, oops
anyone whos knows the Thai (if it is Thai...) WTF is that...
[...] This is the way the world ends
Not with a bang but a whimper.
The Hollow Men, by T.S. Eliot.
In consonance with the current world situation.
Like the T. S. Eliot
@Rockstar Mooney: What's Finnegans Wake like, any good?
Exterminate all the brutes!
"Father, why art thou forsaken me? in your hands i commend my spirit" Jesus of nazarene - last words on the cross
not from a novel though i consider the bible as a great novel.
Yes Rockstar, I know about the work. I just didn't realize anyone had actually ever finished it.
I've heard the butler scene is a bit freaky though...
The last words of Gilles De Rais, leader in the French army, companion-in-arms of Joan of Arc, satanic cultist, killer of kids (200+), necrophiliac, pederast.... Paolo Pasolini even thought made a movie about him...
(I didnt find his confession in english, so I translated it, sorry about mistakes)
[...] I liked spill the blood, it gave me a great pleasure. I remember in my childhood the common pleasures provoked me boredom. The Apocalypse was the only thing waked up my interest. I believed in the Hell before I could believe in the Heaven. One always gets tired and bored with the ordinary things. I began killing beacuse I was bored, and I continued doing it because I felt relief. In the battle field [...] Death became my god, my sacred and absolute beauty. I have been living with the Death since I realized I could breath. My favourite game is imagine myself dead and rotten with worms.
[...] If I had could express or describe these feelings, likely I would never have sinned. I did what other men just dream about. I'm your nightmare.
חסד אדנינו ישוע המשיח עם כלכם כל הקדושים אמן
grace of our lord， jesus the saviour， with all of you saints， amen
I'd like to go for a beer with Gilles De Rais...
and the Milky Way flowed down inside him with a roar.
Kawabata in Snow Country