Cast A Moment Again to Arnold Acts Out His Films In 6 Minutes
Time is calling him return
No not him - Well I guess it's worth the laugh
Cast A Moment Again (free form poem)
Cast a moment breathing once again
From the glories limitless and free
Fed by rivers yearning for a home
And some purpose searching for a rest
Gone are the rains which brought on a sleep
And washed familiar streets of a past
Which knew a person no longer seen
Silent are echoes which whispered a name
We call you
We miss you
We need you
Comes new morning with the sun
Changing restlessness to hope
A heart to beat once more
Searching out ways left undone
Cast again for a moment renewed
Breathing purpose for journeys begun
Crossing the streets now and the past
Discovering truth behind a name
Before we take a giant step backward, here's: Goya "Mój"
Here we go
If too many pistachios are shipped in a single container, they will self-heat and experience spontaneous combustion. I doubt that Arnold Schwarzenegger ever knew this and many will agree that Arnold knew nothing about acting either. Yet we all rushed out to see his movies. Why? To help grasp some sense into this endless mystery, James Corden, host of "The Late Late Show" and Arnold put together this 6 minute reminder.
As you watch, let's be painfully honest, how many of these movies have you seen? "Arnold Acts Out His Films In 6 Minutes"
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