I Thought So - A Book of Epigrams

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               From a book of original epigrams by Michael Lipsey

"The road not taken was not your path.”


"There are people who have a gift for looking distinguished, and nothing more."


"Those who have taken a walk on the wild side in their youth have 

 a certain gleam in their eyes."


"A woman worries about the aging of her entire body and a man about only a small part."


"We know enough to not rub a cat the wrong way, but not a person."


"What am I doing this weekend? Must I always be doing?"


"A real conversation, which is something rare, is a series of linked statements."


"If you would just reverse that opinion slightly I would be in complete agreement with you."