Belaboured Famous Quotes & Sayings

4 Belaboured Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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After he and this girl split up in Paris, Roger was on the town; really on the town. He joked about it and made fun of himself; but he was very angry inside for having made such a profound fool of himself and he took his talent for being faithful to people, which was the best one he had, next to the ones for painting and writing and his various good human and animal traits, and beat and belaboured that talent miserably. He was no good to anyone when he was on the town, especially to himself, and he knew it and hated it and he took pleasure in pulling down the pillars of the temple. It was a very good and strongly built temple and when it is constructed inside yourself it is not so easy to pull down. But he did as good a job as he could.Ernest Hemingway, Belaboured Sayings By Ernest Hemingway,: After he and this girl split up in Paris, Roger was on the town; really
I toyed briefly with an image someone once mentioned to me, of a village in the shadow of a twin-peaked mountain. In the morning the sun rises. At lunch it sets behind the mountain. In the early afternoon it rises once more. The cocks crow for the second time, and later the sun sets again. No. One peak. Metaphors should not be belaboured.Neil Gaiman Belaboured Sayings By Neil Gaiman: I toyed briefly with an image someone once mentioned to me, of a village in
You know, I don't believe they noticed I had murdered them. I really don't. They just seemed faintly put out, as if it were a bit of bad luck, an act of God. 'Oh, my carotid artery has been severed with an open razor. I knew I should have cut down on greasy foods.' 'Botheration, I'm being belaboured with a fourteenth-century battleaxe. What are the odds, eh?Jonathan L. Howard Belaboured Sayings By Jonathan L. Howard: You know, I don't believe they noticed I had murdered them. I really don't. They
Music, states of happiness, mythology, faces belaboured by time, certain twilights and certain places try to tell us something, or have said something we should have missed, or are about to say something; this imminence of a revelation which does not occur is, perhaps, the aesthetic phenomenon.Jorge Luis Borges Belaboured Sayings By Jorge Luis Borges: Music, states of happiness, mythology, faces belaboured by time, certain twilights and certain places try