Their Last Words
Alexander Pushkin, the great Russian poet: “Life is over. Hard to breathe, crushes.”
Olavo Bilak, a Brazilian poet: “Give me coffee, I’ll write poetry.”
Jean Cocteau, French poet and novelist: “Since the day of my birth, my death began its journey. She follows me without any fuss. “
Johann von Goethe, German poet: “Open the shutters wider, more light!”.
Fernando Pessoa, Portuguese poet, “I know not what tomorrow will bring.”
Alexander Blok, Russian poet: “Russia has eaten me like a silly pig of a pig.”
Leo Tolstoy, Russian writer: “I love the truth”
Anna Akhmatova, Russian poet: “Still, I was very bad.”
Edvard Grieg, Norwegian composer: “Well, if it is inevitable …”
Boris Pasternak, Russian poet, “Open.”
Francois Rabelais, French author: “I am going to look great , ” Maybe “
James Joyce, Irish writer: ” There is even one soul that can understand me? “
Heinrich Heine, German poet: ” Lord forgive me. It’s his job ” .
Emily Dickinson, American poet: ” Let us enter. The fog thickens ” .
Immanuel Kant, German philosopher: ” Das ist Gut ” .
Alexandre Dumas, French writer: “So I do not know if it will all end”
Fyodor Tyutchev, Russian poet, “What meal that you can not find the words to convey the idea.”
Nikolai Gogol, Russian writer: “Stairway! Let the ladder as quickly as possible! “
Nikolai Saltykov-Shchedrin, Russian writer: “Is that you, stupid?”
Mata Hari, the spy and dancer by sending soldiers tselyaschimsya it a kiss, “I am ready, boys.”
Auguste Lumière, the inventor of cinema, “My film ends”
Winston Churchill, the English poliik: “As I got sick of it all …”
Steve Jobs, CEO Apple: «Oh wow! Oh wow! Oh wow! »
Buddha: ”Be yourself guiding light ” .