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Days of Silence (197-392) (Prose Poem) by impert&ent
31-Aug It never occurred to me that you might not want to go 01-Sep The near-death experience brought new ideas to light. 02-Sep All I really need to know in life I learned in Tatoeba 03-Sep He looked behind the door and didn't like what he saw. 04-Sep Potato wedges probably are not best for relationships. 05-Sep Shakespeare was a famous 17th-century diesel mechanic. 06-Sep The bees decided to have a mutiny against their queen. 07-Sep The truth is that you pay for your lifestyle in hours. 08-Sep Tom was overwhelmed by the amount of work he had to do 09-Sep He uses onomatopoeia as a weapon of mental destruction. 10-Sep I ate a sock because people on the Internet told me to. 11-Sep It was her first experience training a rainbow unicorn. 12-Sep Plans for this weekend include turning wine into water. 13-Sep She went out of the room in silence and closed the door 14-Sep Sometimes you have to just give up and win by cheating. 15-Sep The pigs were insulted that they were named hamburgers. 16-Sep We have never been to Asia, nor have we visited Africa. 17-Sep He had a vague sense that trees gave birth to dinosaurs. 18-Sep He had decided to accept his fate of accepting his fate. 19-Sep I don't know the reason why Tom and Mary don't get along 20-Sep The fish listened intently to what the frogs had to say. 21-Sep The swirled lollipop had issues with the pop rock candy. 22-Sep We will not allow you to bring your pet armadillo along. 23-Sep Beach-combing replaced wine tasting as his new obsession. 24-Sep I currently have 4 windows open up… and I don’t know why. 25-Sep Some bathing suits just shouldn’t be worn by some people. 26-Sep The doll spun around in circles in hopes of coming alive. 27-Sep With a single flip of the coin, his life changed forever. 28-Sep Happiness can be found in the depths of chocolate pudding. 29-Sep He swept her off her feet and her head hit the ceiling fan 30-Sep In the end, he realized he could see sound and hear words. 01-Oct Pintails that far south do not put on the fat our ducks do 02-Oct There are so many stars in the sky, I can't count them all 03-Oct Eating eggs on Thursday for choir practice was recommended. 04-Oct He wasn't bitter that she had moved on but from the radish. 05-Oct I just want to continue working on the things we worked on 06-Oct It caught him off guard that space smelled of seared steak. 07-Oct The fox in the tophat whispered into the ear of the rabbit. 08-Oct The rain pelted the windshield as the darkness engulfed us. 09-Oct The tart lemonade quenched her thirst, but not her longing. 10-Oct This made him feel like an old-style rootbeer float smells. 11-Oct Behind the window was a reflection that only instilled fear. 12-Oct He decided water-skiing on a frozen lake wasn’t a good idea. 13-Oct I would be delighted if the sea were full of cucumber juice. 14-Oct She only paints with bold colors; she does not like pastels. 15-Oct She was the type of girl who wanted to live in a pink house. 16-Oct The waves were crashing on the shore; it was a lovely sight. 17-Oct He didn't understand why the bird wanted to ride the bicycle. 18-Oct He's in a boy band which doesn't make much sense for a snake. 19-Oct Should you run into trouble, I'll help, and so will my father 20-Oct The irony of the situation wasn't lost on anyone in the room. 21-Oct A suit of armor provides excellent sun protection on hot days. 22-Oct New office buildings seem to be sprouting up all over the city 23-Oct The elephant didn't want to talk about the person in the room. 24-Oct The paintbrush was angry at the color the artist chose to use. 25-Oct The past days don't determine what will happen in the new year 26-Oct The past days don't determine what will happen in the new year 27-Oct Tom wondered if Mary knew John had spent three years in prison 28-Oct He wondered if it could be called a beach if there was no sand. 29-Oct The beauty of the sunset was obscured by the industrial cranes. 30-Oct The waitress was not amused when he ordered green eggs and ham. 31-Oct Tom hopes you understand why he can't take part in your protest 01-Nov It turns out you don't need all that stuff you insisted you did. 02-Nov The house with the full-size bars is the best house on the block 03-Nov They did nothing as the raccoon attacked the lady’s bag of food. 04-Nov All they could see was the blue water surrounding their sailboat. 05-Nov Allow me to invoke the for the sake of racing motif one more time 06-Nov Charles ate the french fries knowing they would be his last meal. 07-Nov I personally don’t want my daughter to live in a vacuum, she said 08-Nov I purchased a baby clown from the Russian terrorist black market. 09-Nov Jamie Stuart may have just created the first Oscar-worthy YouTube video 10-Nov When that didn't happen there was some pouting, but then there was Siri 11-Nov tech companies lack the adequate privacy protections required by EU law 12-Nov I always hated dodgeball, especially after the ball hit me in the face 13-Nov That would make Eustace fall at a slight angle, and therefore not spin 14-Nov He may have lowbrow tastes but at least he's not snooty and conceited 15-Nov Two-plus million net new workers is 12 typical months of job creation 16-Nov U.S.: Who is Guy Fawkes and why are these protesters wearing his mask 17-Nov The spring 2012 issue of Dissent is devoted in part to food politics 18-Nov and every student carries a laptop (required) and a smartphone ( not) 19-Nov Now Taylor is using ‘bioinspiration’ to design a better solar panel 20-Nov We're right on the cusp of it." Thanks to Ross Andersen for the tip 21-Nov I'm going to tell you something about Tom that you might not know 22-Nov I'm the one who told Tom he didn't need to attend today's meeting 23-Nov It would be better if you didn't tell Tom what Mary did yesterday 24-Nov That should have been a great environment for investment, he says 25-Nov I have no striking or moving anecdote, having never visited Gaza 26-Nov I know it's very difficult to understand why Tom did what he did 27-Nov I wanted to help Tom understand what Mary was trying to tell him 28-Nov Music is not a language. But some languages are music to my ears 29-Nov “Will this be the last word in dog domestication?” asks Thalmann 30-Nov High school guidance counselors tell every kid to go to college 01-Dec It was very hard to anticipate how Tom would react to this news 02-Dec Mary undid her hair and opened one of the buttons of her blouse 03-Dec The baby is usually born with some level of circulating opioids 04-Dec had no proof of nuclear weapons in Iraq when they said they did 05-Dec Those are all things in their control and they tried to do it 06-Dec Tell Tom I'm sorry I wasn't able to be at his birthday party 07-Dec The sun had gone down, and twilight was deepening into night 08-Dec Third, the "Fun Stuff," as Vice President Joe Biden calls it 09-Dec This writer spent several years in the field with the troops 10-Dec He said talks were the only solution to the nuclear impasse 11-Dec I was dying to know what these kids imagined for themselves 12-Dec It's amazing how Tom was able to do that with just one hand 13-Dec The probe will target one of the system’s two sunlike stars 14-Dec In an age of irony, the Lytro offers a welcome earnestness 15-Dec The last time I saw Tom he was wearing a blue baseball cap 16-Dec the way his voice moves from gravelly to smooth to sublime 17-Dec The potential consequences are extensive and unpredictable 18-Dec There is no sign that Trump will push for such exceptions 19-Dec When we were kids, Tom and I did a lot of things together 20-Dec video platformvideo managementvideo solutionsvideo playe 21-Dec I told her the truth. I just added a few embellishments 22-Dec I was looking at the sun setting in the sea in the west 23-Dec I’ve given them a few swift kicks myself over the years 24-Dec They don’t rotate the stock the way it’s supposed to be 25-Dec Diana Ross and Michael Jackson—together!—couldn't do it 26-Dec He told me he met Perepilichny 30 years ago, in Moscow 27-Dec You don't have to go to the dance if you don't want to 28-Dec *mumble* *mumble*...” And one-star reviewer Victoria L 29-Dec I told Tom to go to the safest place I could think of 30-Dec You're going to turn a lot of heads with that dress 31-Dec I have no reason not to do what Tom asked me to do 01-Jan And e-cigarettes are the closest approximation yet 02-Jan Give me a buzz if you feel like going out tonight 03-Jan Jayana Johnston couldn’t afford to finish college 04-Jan I wish I could get Tom to show me how to do that 05-Jan These episodes in turn generate revenge killings 06-Jan Six months later, those claims remain unfounded 07-Jan Plenty of presidents are remembered less fondly 08-Jan Yet there's actually nothing obvious about this 09-Jan Marriage as an institution has changed overtime 10-Jan An avalanche doesn't just come out of the blu 11-Jan People are highly responsive to food triggers 12-Jan Such a move would need parliamentary approval 13-Jan Drug Enforcement Agency of drug-trafficking 14-Jan Melania Trump is not running for president 15-Jan Then things really got difficult for Rosen 16-Jan Urban Outfitters was flat on that measure 17-Jan French has many more vowels than Japanese 18-Jan Why should anyone care about forage fish 19-Jan I've got something important to tell you 20-Jan Look for planets Mercury, Mars and Venus 21-Jan No one knows exactly where Obama stands 22-Jan It’s not unlike what Waymo has executed 23-Jan Enter Ivan the Terrible, the first tsar 24-Jan The Himalayas are higher than the Alps 25-Jan If so, prosecutors may not even bother 26-Jan The answer is a four-letter word: Uber 27-Jan (Get your bottle-of-soda costume ready 28-Jan Ted Cruz passed along flowers as well 29-Jan Why not write that into the amendment 30-Jan The changes I’ve ordered do just that 31-Jan “No,” the surgeon replied in an email 01-Feb Take this car chase scene from Bullit 02-Feb It's all happening a little too fast 03-Feb I don’t want to draw direct lessons 04-Feb it is futuristic and it is backward 05-Feb There's no other legal basis for it 06-Feb One moment children were playacting 07-Feb Phones are becoming digital cameras 08-Feb She might be something of a genius 09-Feb There's something I want you to do 10-Feb MHB here, VFYW here, and FOTD here 11-Feb Answers: whales, puerto rico, thre 12-Feb What would you say to these women 13-Feb That misperception causes the U.S 14-Feb View the complete Toolkit archive 15-Feb Trey Martinez Fischer, a Democrat 16-Feb It does slow, prodding gradualism 17-Feb This shift is not rooted in fact 18-Feb Tom said that there was one left 19-Feb I think you might need some help 20-Feb Updated on March 21 at 5:15 p.m 21-Feb Whoever told you that is a liar 22-Feb (Greater was a Greater flamingo 23-Feb There’s not one,” Price replied 24-Feb Betty Short became my obsession 25-Feb This effort is already underway 26-Feb Her name was often on his lips 27-Feb This is Charlie Sheen's legacy 28-Feb Start with his family pedigree 01-Mar And also, yes, Charlize Theron 02-Mar But what about Wang's argument 03-Mar Will they pursue regime change 04-Mar No wonder we all procrastinate 05-Mar I would like to become a poet 06-Mar It is not uncommon in the U.S 07-Mar Embassy workers on high alert 08-Mar And not just terrorist groups 09-Mar Image: Larry Downing / Reuter 10-Mar Games are devices we operate 11-Mar Find another movie to direct 12-Mar It's not sweeping tax reform

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