Jokes Epigrams Sayings About Love Life Death And Other Subjects( from 245 reviews )
Publication date31 December 1969
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Jokes Epigrams Sayings About Love Life Death And Other Subjects
31 December 1969
Shakespearean sayings, Maxims and Epigrams by Bedrettin Simsek in La Rochefoucauld and Oscar Wilde style.
A unique example of ingenious creativity that brings together so many phrases with wit, humor and irony, all of them belonging to the author.
Some excerpts from the book:
"Love makes the beggar a king and the king a beggar"
"A woman who asks her lover to never lie to her, does not believe that love is blind either"
"We hold in our hands the right to commit minor misdeeds by avoiding great sins"
"There are happiness in poverty that a rich man cannot taste. Such as sleeping peacefully at home while the neighbor lays there hungry"
"Man remembers his friends even more when he goes to hell"
"While the beautiful examine the throne of beauty in detail, the ugly are in a race to sit on it"
"Banning something to a man is to remind him of his good old days in heaven"