Wise Sayings: Letter P

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    Wise Sayings


    Pluck the rose and leave the thorns.

    Source: Italian
    Poetry moves heaven and earth.
    Category: Art and creativity Source: Japanese
    Poets are born, not made.
    Source: American Proverb
    Poison quells poison.

    Source: Italian
    Policy goes beyond strength.

    Source: French
    Politeness wins the confidence of princes.
    Source: Chinese
    Politics makes strange bedfellows.

    Source: Chinese
    Ponder long before you act.

    Source: Latin
    Pondering over many things by night.

    Source: Latin
    Poor folk's wisdom goes for little.

    Source: Dutch
    Poor is the church without music.

    Source: Irish
    Poor men do penance for rich men's sins.

    Source: Italian
    Poor men take to the sea, the rich to the mountains.

    Source: Irish
    Poor men's money and cowards' weapons are often flourished.

    Source: Italian
    Poor people entertain with the heart.

    Source: Haitian
    Poor people share with the heart.
    Category: Generosity Source: Haitian
    Poor relations have little honour.

    Source: Danish
    Poor thanks is the way of the world.

    Source: Norwegian
    Poor thieves in halters we behold; And great thieves in their chains of gold.

    Source: English Proverb
    Poor though in the midst of wealth.

    Source: Latin
    Poor Trust is dead; Bad Pay killed him.

    Source: English Proverb
    Popular agitation leads to justice.

    Source: Tamil
    Popularity is the small change of glory.

    Source: French
    Possession and good right, with lance in hand.

    Source: Spanish
    Possession is as good as a title.

    Source: French
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