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I didn’t know that coat was meant to belong to that man who shuffled up the driveway so carefully, but when he picked it up, I knew it had found its destiny.
Sometimes I conclude that it’s all perfect the way it is.
Destiny and Faith will knock on your door; you will be overcome with surprise; they will hand you a pamphlet.
‘He held aloft El Pollo Del Destino and cried out, “DONDE ESTA EL BANYO!?”, and suddenly, inexplicably, all the breasts throughout the land hastened to his side.’
Peter, that romantic, called them “Doves of Ambiguity,” but really they were Pigeons of Destiny and the flock that would soon arrive would be of epic, Hitchcockian proprortions.
The best way to hide your true nature is to use a little ambiguity.
I excel at math; ‘soh-cah-toa’! But alas, my destiny: Ham.
Cratos went flying through the air, attached to blades which were severed into the claws of a water horse, which Posiden was riding.
Taste the tired, late night metal around the sides of my mouth which begs for her - an ache the 49ers must have felt just in front of their soft pallet like a soft fishing hook pulling them West.
“Destiny caresses the few, but molests the many.”
To tease the timeline, I would go back to 1800 and tell Thomas Jefferson about his destiny of ending up on the odd two dollar bill.
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