Quotation Explorer - 'Saul Williams'

i laced my shoes with sorrowand walked a weary roaddead end streetsdon't come undonewith double knots wing tipped shoesthat walk on airthrough vacant lots - Saul Williams
the greatest Americanshave not been born yetthey are waiting patientlyfor the past to die - Saul Williams
Books are carefully folded forests/void of autumn/bound from the sun - Saul Williams
The wind is the moon's imagination wandering. - Saul Williams
They say that I am a poetI wonder what they would say if they saw me from the inside I bottleemotions and place them into the sea for others to unbottle ondistant shores I am unsure as to whether they ever reach and forthat matter as to whether I ever get my point acrossor my love - Saul Williams
We are unraveling our navels so that we may ingest the sun. We are not afraid of the darkness. We trust that the moon shall guide us. We are determining the future at this very moment. We know that the heart is the philosopher's stone. Our music is our alchemy. - Saul Williams
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