Love in a hut, with water and a crust, Is Love, forgive us! cinders, ashes, dust.
Don't touch us, gentlemen imperialists, don't threaten us for you yourselves will fall into the abyss which you are so diligently preparing for us and burn to cinders in nuclear inferno.rodion malinovsky
Would I rather the research lab that tests animals is reduced to a bunch of cinders? Yes.ingrid newkirk
Each civilization may choose one of two roads to travel, that is, either fret itself to death, or pet itself to death. And in the course of doing one or the other, it eats its way into the Universe, turning cinders and flinders of stars into toilet seats, pegs, gears, cigarette holders and pillowcases, and it does this because, unable to fathom the Universe, it seeks to change that Fathomlessness into Something Fathomable.stanisław lem
Hatreds are the cinders of affection.