Quotes about archives
126 quotes about archives.
At the end of April I archived 'Curses' and Inform, and announced them on the newsgroups.
Your strokes are the strokes of man and,
My archive is full of your story;
But my black box is for Dennis my friend.
Dear Brother in Heaven
The archived days
Spent in an infant class
Twins we were born in September
All innocence and merriment was ours
Years flew by, but still I remember
Lessons for the infants
Learning was so
In my archive
some pages are never found;
some are rarely found
and some are found.
The found are never found by me.
They find me.
Eat the Food
Taste the food of thought and stay awhile,
To inhibit the dining process and then defile
The folder of youth as though you contrive
The reader of youth to say his archive.
Everyone keeps asking you for pictures, and after a while you get tired of that. I always say, They are in the archives.
Each new historical era mirrors itself in the picture and archive mythology of its past or of a past borrowed from other cultures. It tests its sense of identity, of regress or new achievement, against that past.
The History Teacher
Did you put me
In the women's history?
Am I History?
Or a part of it?
And for how long you are lacking me in;
Women's History, and
Does time make sense to you
As a History teacher or
As a History professor?
Cause', History, buying time, and rejuvenation
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There's an institution here called the National Sound Archive, and there's a character who works there, Paul Wilson. He takes a very special interest in the history of the music and advised Martin Davidson of the existence of these tapes.
The Edge of Circumference...
A land of Sublime Archons,
Where secrets of Royal Blood are withheld,
Let us know what are the truths,
Truths of creation, protection and destruction,
No! ! ! They answer,
They have that great fear,
The archbishops, the priests,
Are the fakes,
Or are the disloyal to the Almighty,
Who knows! ! !
Then why are the differences on the path of Illumination,
Dig out the archives and publicly display them,
This is like waling on the circumference of sanity,
So free masonries were perfect,
Anyways we should be simplified,
Break the shackles,
Glorify the archives,
And be savior of yourself...
I play a curator, the most American part you can think of. My work is to protect the Declaration of Independence. I work at the National Archives in Washington.
Over the last two years, I have been able to comb through The Prince's archives. I have been free to read his journals, diaries and many thousands of the letters.
As cold as the glacier and,
A hot as the sun!
You are resting in my archive and,
I have all the time at hand to search for you!
Over and over again.
Watch the noses to identify them,
For the genetics of life is all about us;
And like seven men of honest reputation.
Research promoted by NARA within a major coalition of Federal and private sector research partners has at last demonstrated that an Electronic Records Archives can be built.
Between You and Me: V
Between you and me
And I seal them
In my archives
For reasons of propriety
I hate to see you
Searching for answers
Or for right words…
Pain in Aquarium
Didn’t you touch
With your eyes?
Spread all over
No, not your eyes
In my ancient aquarium!
Is It True?
for after all
is it true that a good poem
does not teach?
or even tell something
is it true that it simply
makes you feel?
logic is for
any exhortation on
how we live
must be archived
in the ethics department.
this one must make sense
in the color and in the scent
and in the sweetness
or bitterness of its
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Unlock My Mind
Can’t see, can’t think, can’t feel, dark inside, sitting
in the light with my colleagues, breathing darkness,
saw a psychopath on TV last night killing everyone
in sight, no remorse, feeling like I do now, losing all
connection to life, inability to work out what is wrong
keeps me at my post, reading official texts of which
one is lost, search function reveals it in archives
If only I could search, find and unlock my mind to
release it from mental archives also - I might just
be able to function, till then I remain a psychopath,
though lacking the charismatic energy of last night’s
criminal to commit any nefarious deeds - feeling
too tired to make any decisions, too tired to live
while lacking the know-how to die; what an
Awful situation, head stuffed with lead…
The Carnegie Foundation is well aware of the fact that their reports frequently find their way to dusty archives in academic institutions, but occasionally people pick up a segment of a report and act upon it.
Ode To Motherland
In lap placed
Where no one dares
High blue seas
Himalayas keep an eye on the tide
Rich in archives
Revered are the stones
This my Motherland
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