Both of us will die today, gunned down or smashed up or exploded in some terrible moment of fire and twisted metal, and when they go to bury us we'll be so melted together and entwined they won't be able to separate the bodies; pieces of him will go with me, and pieces of me will go with him.
And verily he will find the roots of the good and the bad, the fruitful and the fruitless, all entwined together in the silent heart of the earth.
I feel that if John Wilkes Booth hadn't shot Abraham Lincoln, Lincoln would have come through his pain and emerged like Livingston has. This album was made with the wisdom that comes from allowing yourself to be recklessly entwined with your agony and sorrow.
Today I tattoo politicians and doctors. I even tattooed an 84-year-old man with his late wife's name entwined in a rose. I gave him that one for free.
With the Union my best and dearest earthly hopes are entwined.
She dotes on poetry, sir. She adores it I may say that her whole soul and mind are wound up, and entwined with it. She has produced some delightful pieces, herself, sir. You may have met with her Ode to an Expiring Frog,' sir.
I believe that lovers should be draped in flowers And laid entwined together in a bed of clover Left there to sleep Left there to dream of happiness.
Not only is the self entwined in society; it owes society its existence in the most literal sense.
Now I believe that lovers should be draped in flowers and laid entwined together on a bed of clover and left there to sleep, left there to dream of their happiness.