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I'm getting a tattoo of song lyrics and I don't want to screw up the punctuation. The phrase is:

"No one is invincible
No one is immortal
These are the rules"

I feel like the safest bet would be a period between each. However, I think a comma between the first two lines, and then maybe a colon, semicolon, or dash between the latter two lines conveys the meaning better. I just don't know what that punctuation would be.

closed as primarily opinion-based by AmE speaker, Nigel J, curiousdannii, David, user067531 Dec 18 '17 at 13:11

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  • How much would you mind moving that Question at least to somewhere like English Language Leaners and preferably somewhere concentrating on punctuation? If this is a tattoo of song lyrics then why does it need special punctuation, distinct from most poetry or prose, please? – Robbie Goodwin Dec 17 '17 at 0:11

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