lie - quotes and descriptions to inspire creative writing
You can never tell what lies below the surface.
You can (n)ever tell the lies below the "Sir" face.
You can ever tell the lies below the "Sir" fay see.
Lies are always on the sur face, on top, right out there in the open for anyone ofay with the old way of speech.
Face - "Fay" see - the faeries who can tell all from face, who hear how the truth is always spoken, always coded for in all speech. You can't lie to a fairy, Sir.
"Concubine" or "Conk you bye/buyin/bind." "Conk" is to hit or conquer by brutishness. Thus this word means to take with an intention only to keep as long as it serves the selfish perspective. An alternative pronunciation is "bonk-u-bye" and the other side of the coin, "bonk-u-pine." If you are seeking love, then it is time to say "Con-c-u-bye." I had to write this, to use my quill, there are so many who want to "pork-ur-pie" and, the other side of the coin,"pork-u-pine." There, sorry to be so crude, to seem so rude and prickly, but some pricks lie.