Posts Tagged ‘proverbs about fences’

When kicked to the curb tromp to the next intersection. 

Prospects may lurk at the curb, but the real money hangs out in the classroom. 

Don’t curb enthusiasm; curb apathy, restrain sloth.

Curbs may appeal, but freedoms — they enthrall.

“Not just yet” — it’s a bet.

Curb blame; ban shame. 

Curb desire; chain greed.

Curbs appeal to those with no boundaries.

Curbs disturb earth; fences unsettle the universe. 

The deal’s at the curb, the house in the burb; two kids and a fence, mobility dance. 

Low fences make good neighbors.

A wall is civilization with little love in it.

Wealth invented the fence; poverty popularized it.

The wall that protects isolates.

A child must learn to put up walls; an adult must learn to take them down.

At the edge of me lies the beginning of you.

My skin is a border I asked the world to respect.

Hatred invented borders; fear erected walls on them.

What keeps the cats in keeps the rats out.

We teach daughters to put up walls, sons to knock them down.

The highest wall exists within the weakest soul.