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#18855 - 02/13/01 09:30 PM Heart-to-heart  
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In honor of Valentine's Day, how about some expressions with a heart? For instance,

She wears her heart on her sleeve
I don't have the heart to say no
He has a heart of ice

And etc. Anybody?




#18856 - 02/13/01 10:00 PM Re: Heart-to-heart  
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Lion-hearted
Heart of gold
Heart of stone
Heart in hand
Straight to the heart
Heart-Hands-Head-Health (4H, if I remember correctly)
...and as an afterthought...
Be still my beating heart!


#18857 - 02/14/01 12:00 AM Re: Heart-to-heart  
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For Valentine's Day ...
Songs, sayings, etc.

"Heart of My Heart" how I love that melody.
"I Lost My Heart in San Francisco"
Hearts afire !
Heart felt sympathy.
Pure of heart.
Don't eat your heart out.
Faint heart ne'er won fair lady.
Sick at heart.
"My heart is in the Highlands."
Heavy heart.
Nice having this heart to heart.
(A nice red heart icon here {if we had one} to you all)

wow


#18858 - 02/14/01 12:39 AM Re: Heart-to-heart  
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I left my heart in San Francisco - and my liver in Milwaukee

"The heart has its reasons that reason alone can never understand" Descartes

"It is only with the heart that one sees clearly; what is essential is invisible to the eyes." St-Exupery


#18859 - 02/14/01 12:44 AM Re: Heart-to-heart  
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Rapunzel, your bio says you like talking to your ducks and chickens. What, no rabbit? With a handle like Rapunzel, I'd expect a lanky bunny, so people could say, "Rapunzel, Rapunzel, let down your long hare."


#18860 - 02/14/01 03:29 AM Re: Heart-to-heart  
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this too shall pass
well, since we're doing song titles (and in the true spirit of the day): "You Done Tore Out My Heart And Stomped That Sucker Flat"


#18861 - 02/14/01 04:31 AM Re: Heart-to-heart  
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"Villains, I shrieked, dissemble no more....." E. A. Poe, The Telltale Heart
Oh, that incessant beating, whenever will it cease? Cupids unfailing arrows will certainly inflame many on the morrow but mine is claimed and chained and safed as surely as if my love had rent my chest asunder and hid that pulsing mass neath the floor of her soul.


#18862 - 02/14/01 01:06 PM Re: Heart-to-heart  
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My heart's not in it
I haven't the heart

Happy Valentine's Day to all. [proffering chocolate bon bon emoticon]


#18863 - 02/14/01 01:10 PM Re: Heart-to-heart  
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Well i can be hard-hearted, but my heart melts for a ballad--

there is one an old (14th century) french one (bel please help if you know the french) the Chant d'amour i think
"the songs of love, they fill my heart with joy
the songs of love will last my whole life long.."

the traditional tune was modified slightly, and used by the King, (Elvis) for "Fools rush in, where wise men fear to go"



#18864 - 02/14/01 01:44 PM Re: Heart-to-heart  
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The heart of a Fool is in his mouth, but the mouth of a wise man is in his heart.

     --Benjamin Franklin. ...


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