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  1. …If Love Were Like Water If love were like water I'd build you a fountain And if love were like stone I'd bring you a mountain If love were like air I'd blow you a breeze But as these are not love I'll just give you me www.poemhunter.com www.deviantart.com Anna and Lisa

  2. Brudeferden i Hardanger Der aander en tindrendesommerluftvarmt over Hardangerfjordsvande,hvorhøit op mod himlen i blaaligduftde mægtigefjeldestande.Det skinner frabræ, detgrønnesfra li,sit helligdagsskrudstaaregnenklædt i,thi se, over grønklarebølgehjem glider et brudefølge http://dikt.org/Brudef%C3%A6rden_i_Hardanger Anna and Lisa

  3. The Sea The sea is a hungry dog,Giant and grey.He rolls on the beach all day.With his clashing teeth and shaggy jawsHour upon hours he gnawsThe rumbling, tumbling stones, And ‘Bones, bones, bones, bones!’The giant sea-dog moans,Licking his greasy paws.

  4. Water Water is pure, Water is natural, Water is healthy, Water can help all Water is simple, Water is free, Water can help the lives, The lives of you and me

  5. I tried the soft stuff on holiday in Wales,a mania of teadrinking and hairwashing,excitable soap which never rinsed away, • but I loved coming home to this.Flat. Straight. Like the vowels,like the straight talk: hey up me duck.I'd run the tap with its swimming-pool smell,get it cold and anaesthetic. Stand the glassand let the little fizz of anxiety settle.Honest water, bright and not quite clean.The frankness of limestone, of gypsum,the sour steam of cooling towers,the alchemical taste of brewing.

  6. Death by Waterby T. S. Eliot Death by Water T.S. Eliot Phlebas the Phoenician, a fortnight dead, Forgot the cry of gulls, and the deep sea swell And the profit and loss. A current under sea Picked his bones in whispers. As he rose and fell He passed the stages of his age and youth Entering the whirlpool. Gentile or Jew O you who turn the wheel and look to windward, Consider Phlebas, who was once handsome and tall as you. Yaschal Rao