Deborah Wheeler Famous Quotes & Sayings

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3 Deborah Wheeler Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Deborah Wheeler Sayings: It was past dark when I reached the city and I'd mostly shoved my ghosts It was past dark when I reached the city and I'd mostly shoved my ghosts back into their graves. I let the gray mare pick her own pace and browse in the grain fields along the way.
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Deborah Wheeler Sayings: He stared at Esmelda with a face like glass, nothing hidden. What I saw there He stared at Esmelda with a face like glass, nothing hidden. What I saw there wasn't steel or fire or stone. Feelings stirred in me and I had to look away. I knew what I saw because I'd felt them, too - understanding, sadness, compassion ... forgiveness.
Deborah Wheeler Sayings: Stung, I lifted my eyes to his and saw them as if for the first Stung, I lifted my eyes to his and saw them as if for the first time. Eyes the color of rain, soft as dew and strong enough to etch a mountainside. Tears shimmered there - tears, ay Mother! Or maybe they were in my own eyes.