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  • Regret is a universal experience, perhaps hardwired into the heart and psyche – like other human experiences like falling in love, betrayal, remorse etc.

    The True Appeal of Fiction « Write Anything

  • Regret is a poison clung onto by those who wish they could forget their past and change their future without doing anything in the present. agm Says:

    Ponderous.

  • "Regret is too strong a word for me," Owens answered at last, adding, "As you grow older and wiser, there are things you would have done differently."

    No regret in Terrell Owens after decade of controversy, success

  • Regret is the form of self-abuse I most enjoy – even if my mind grows hair and warts and my soul goes cross-eyed.

    BREAK • by Bill Vernon

  • Regret is an appalling waste of energy, and no one who intends to be a writer can afford to indulge in it.

    Bliss, and Other Stories

  • 'Regret' - which does not mesh well with Sergei Kiriyenko's affirmation that '2010 is the year of Bushehr', referring to the Iranian nuclear power plant that Russia is helping to build and, it is forecasted, to have up and running by the middle of this year.

    Robert Amsterdam

  • Opening with a fascinating, polytonal vocal arrangement of the Christmas classic 'We Three Kings,' the disc includes the world premiere of 'Yes We Have Our Cross To Bear,' both as a chorale and a swing version; and a choral treatment of 'Regret' - with the title sung repeatedly, producing an haunting, almost spellbinding effect.

    Canadian Christianity - Canadian News

  • Regret is a knee-jerk reaction to negative events which you haven’t had time to think about yet, and realize what they’ve taught you.

    Ponderous.

  • Although, with all that cap room and a less-than-long line of guys looking to sign what we can now officially call a Regret It Later Extension, you never know.

    Iggles Blog - Philadelphia Eagles Blog

  • Songs like "Warning," with its layers of Galaxie 500 feedback, and "Regret" - which would've brought a tear to Elliott Smith's eye - speak loud enough.

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