“The pigs have flown. Now what?”, Leila Samarrai “Aphorisms and Maxims”


“The pigs have flown. Now what?”
(The serbian equivalent for this proverb is: “When willows bear grapes”.)

“A tip for a writer during the creation of a masterpiece:
Turn your brain off and write”.

“Wherever you find yourself in Serbia, you always will be on the crime scene.”

“It’s hard for me to decide – said a necrophiliac.- Today we do not know who is alive and who is dead.”

“Hope dies last. The poor are the ones who has mother – in – low under that name.

(*”Hope” is the English equivalent for the Serbian common female name “Nada”. )

Was not enough deceptions under the Troy?

“Thank God I am an atheist”

“Finally, the white days have broken. We are covered in snow”

TO BE CONTINUED…

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Author: Leila Samarrai

I am a person of Himalayan seclusion, I am Atalanta in vestments of Helen of Troy, for me there is no term (aphorism there is, maybe). Cosmopolitan is too modest word for one who wanders across epochs without the help of the time machine. Some people consider me weird, because usually this is so when they do not understand something or someone that do not represent their existence. I love cats, an animals in general, I like challenges, I am persistent, I am combative (sometimes I can exaggerate in that - in all) If I were stylistic figure my mortal name would be Hyperbole. Read me. Know me. Conquer me :)

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