— Fernando Pessoa Portuguese poet, writer, literary critic, translator, publisher and philosopher 1888 - 1935
— Paul Klee German Swiss painter 1879 - 1940
Diary entry (Munich, 1901), # 136, in The Diaries of Paul Klee, 1898-1918; University of California Press, 1968, p. 48
1895 - 1902
Contexto: My mirror probes down to the heart. I write words on the forehead and around the corners of the mouth. My human faces are truer than the real ones.
— Homér, Ilíada
I. 225 (tr. Richmond Lattimore); Achilles to Agamemnon.
Iliad (c. 750 BC)
Original: (el) Οἰνοβαρές, κυνὸς ὄμματ' ἔχων, κραδίην δ' ἐλάφοιο.
„When two people are at one in their inmost hearts, they shatter even the strength of iron or bronze.“
— Cassandra Clare, libro Príncipe Mecánico
Fuente: The Infernal Devices, Clockwork Princess (2013), p. 564, inscription on the back of Tessa's jade pendant
— Jerome Catholic saint and Doctor of the Church 345 - 420
Original: (la) Speculum mentis est facies, et taciti oculi cordis fatentur arcana.
— Sylvia Plath American poet, novelist and short story writer 1932 - 1963
Fuente: "I Thought I Could Not Be Hurt," quoted in the introduction to Letters Home: Correspondence 1950–1963 (1975) as Plath's first poem, written at age 14
— Arthur Rimbaud French Decadent and Symbolist poet 1854 - 1891
Jadis, si je me souviens bien, ma vie était un festin où s'ouvraient tous les coeurs, où tous les vins coulaient.
— Patrick Rothfuss, libro El nombre del viento
Fuente: The Name of the Wind
„Like a drum my heart was beating,
And your kiss was sweet as wine,
But the joys of love are fleeting
For Pierrot and Columbine.“
— Tom Springfield English musician, songwriter and record producer 1934
Song The Carnival Is Over.
— Kristin Hannah American writer 1960
Fuente: Firefly Lane
„We say that people and that things are changed;
Alas! it is ourselves that change : the heart
Makes all around the mirror of itself.“
— Letitia Elizabeth Landon English poet and novelist 1802 - 1838
The London Literary Gazette, 1829
„Drunk, if you like; so much the worse for those who fear wine, for it is because they have bad thoughts which they are afraid the liquor will extract from their hearts.“
— Alexandre Dumas, libro El conde de Montecristo
Chapter 4 http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/The_Count_of_Monte_Cristo/Chapter_4
Fuente: The Count of Monte Cristo (1845–1846)
„O crystal well!
Oh that on Thy silvered surface
Thou wouldest mirror forth at once
Those eyes desired
Which are outlined in my heart! ~ 12“
— John of the Cross Spanish mystic and Roman Catholic saint 1542 - 1591
Spiritual Canticle of The Soul and The Bridegroom
„The eyes mirror the heart of a person. An entire life can be seen through them. Love, sorrow, deceit, pain. If you look closely, it’s all there.“
— Gail Tsukiyama American writer 1957
Fuente: The Language of Threads
„Where we live in the world
is never one place. Our hearts,
those dogged mirrors, keep flashing us
moons before we are ready for them.“
— Naomi Shihab Nye American writer 1952
Fuente: 19 Varieties of Gazelle: Poems of the Middle East
— Henri Murger novelist and poet from France 1822 - 1861
„You are right not to meet my glance, my lord, for then I see into your heart too clearly. It is a mirror which retains the image which it has reflected.“
— Alessandro Cagliostro Italian occultist 1743 - 1795
Balsamo the Magician (or The Memoirs of a Physician) by Alex. Dumas (1891)
„p>The wine of Love is music,
And the feast of Love is song:
And when Love sits down to the banquet,
Love sits long:Sits long and rises drunken,
But not with the feast and the wine;
He reeleth with his own heart,
That great, rich Vine.</p“
— James Thomson (B.V.) Scottish writer (1834-1882) 1834 - 1882
Sunday Up the River (1865)
„Translation: "If wine is fine, everything is fine, and if it's bad, never mind, as long as it is wine."“
— Julián Hernández 1960
"Si el vino está bien, todo está bien, y si está mal, da lo mismo, con tal de que sea vino..."
taken by Rock de Lux magazine.