„Hail hero, hail hero, child of the sun
All covered with flowers still having your fun“

Theme song of Hail, Hero! (1969), co-written with Jerome Moross

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„Battles ended with sunset or dusk; so heroes, on special occasions when they needed more time, were vouchsafed victory by the stoppage of the sun in Greek as well as Hebrew saga.“

—  Cyrus H. Gordon American linguist 1908 - 2001

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„If you came to see me in the evening,
That time of mild and magic weariness,
When nighttime softly covers everything,
And took me in your arms with tenderness.
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And my lips are like a flower in the sun…
When my eyes are tightly closed with strong desire…
And I hold out my arms to bring you near…“

—  Florbela Espanca Portuguese poet 1894 - 1930

Se tu viesses ver-me hoje à tardinha,
A essa hora dos mágicos cansaços,
Quando a noite de manso se avizinha,
E me prendesses toda nos teus barcos...
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E é como um cravo ao sol a minha boca...
Quando os olhos se me cerram de desejo...
E os meus braços se estendem para ti...
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