Whether of stone or of gold, whether bleeding or cold, from their bottoms to their cockles to the homes where they is, we find it in them to follow them, break them, change them, eat them out to their content, wearing them on our sleeves until we listen to them and they be still.
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left: Open Heart Surgery QuickTime Movie (http://www.fi.edu/biosci2/healthy/video/surgery.mov).
center: A small, short, colorful cartoon (http://www.mco.edu/iarc/movies/heart.mov) of a beating heart.
right: An instrumental version of "Don't Go Breakin' My Heart" (http://www.citylinq.com/chillin7/MIDI/POP/dontgob.mid), the stoic Elton John-Kiki Dee hit from the '70s, in MIDI format (converts to QuickTime).
Serving suggestion: Open all files in a QuickTime program, turn sound off on left, set it and center to loop (Control- or Command+L, generally), crank up right and play as one event.