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13 Famous Lonely Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Famous Lonely Sayings By Jennifer Harlow: You're cute, but..."He steps away from me, and I can breathe again. "Cute?" he spits. You're cute, but..."
He steps away from me, and I can breathe again. "Cute?" he spits. "For centuries women have wanted me, desired me. Royals requested me by name, and you think I am cute? — Jennifer Harlow
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Famous Lonely Sayings By Henry James: That was originally what I had loved him for: that at a period when our That was originally what I had loved him for: that at a period when our native land was nude and crude and provincial, when the famous 'atmosphere' it is supposed to lack was not even missed, when literature was lonely there and art and form akmost impossible, he had found the means to live and write like one of the first; to be free and general and not at all afraid; to feel, understand, and express everything. — Henry James
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Famous Lonely Sayings By Delmore Schwartz: O your life, your lonely lifeWhat have you ever done with it,And done with the O your life, your lonely life
What have you ever done with it,
And done with the great gift of consciousness?
What will you ever do before Death's knife
Provides the answer ultimate and appropriate?
As I for my part felt in my heart as one who falls,
Falls in a parachute, falls endlessly, and feels the vast
Draft of the abyss sucking him down and down,
An endlessly helplessly falling and appalled clown:
This is the way the night passes by, this
Is the overnight endless trip to the famous unfathomable abyss. — Delmore Schwartz
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Famous Lonely Sayings By William Wycherley: Grief is so far from retrieving a loss that it makes it greater; but the Grief is so far from retrieving a loss that it makes it greater; but the way to lessen it is by a comparison with others' losses. — William Wycherley
Famous Lonely Sayings By Richard Ford: Plenty of times I've seen writers, famous novelists and essayists, even poets, with names you'd Plenty of times I've seen writers, famous novelists and essayists, even poets, with names you'd recognize and whose work I admire, drift through these offices on one high-priced assignment or other. I have seen the anxious, weaselly lonely looks in their eyes, seen them sit at the desk we give them in a far cubicle, put their feet up and start at once to talk in loud, jokey, bluff, inviting voices, trying like everything to feel like members of the staff, holding court, acting like good guys, ready to give advice or offer opinions on anything anybody wants to know. In other words, having the time of their lives.
And who could blame them? Writers - all writers - need to belong. Only for real writers, unfortunately, their club is a club with just one member. — Richard Ford
Famous Lonely Sayings By Fulton J. Sheen: The egocentric is always frustrated, simply because the condition of self-perfection is self-surrender. There must The egocentric is always frustrated, simply because the condition of self-perfection is self-surrender. There must be a willingness to die to the lower part of self, before there can be a birth to the nobler. — Fulton J. Sheen
Famous Lonely Sayings By Billy Graham: I have often said that loneliness is the predominant attitude in our culture. A person I have often said that loneliness is the predominant attitude in our culture. A person can be lonely in the midst of a party; he can be lonely in a crowd. Loneliness may be experienced by the rich and famous or the poor and unknown. — Billy Graham
Famous Lonely Sayings By Elizabeth Hoyt: She stepped toward Anna. "I can get you a night with an accomplished male whore She stepped toward Anna.
"I can get you a night with an accomplished male whore or a virginal schoolboy." Coral's eyes widened and seemed to flame. "Famous libertines or ragpickers off the street. One very special man or ten complete strangers. Dark men, red men, yellow men, men you've only dreamed of in the black of night, lonely in your bed, snug under your covers. Whatever you long for. Whatever you desire. Whatever you crave. You have only to ask me."
Anna stared at Coral like a mesmerized mouse before a particularly beautiful snake. — Elizabeth Hoyt
Famous Lonely Sayings By Adrian Rogers: I would rather stand alone in the light of truth than in the crowd filled I would rather stand alone in the light of truth than in the crowd filled with error. — Adrian Rogers
Famous Lonely Sayings By James S.A. Corey: Alamogordo and worked his two-year service stripping down ancient solar electricity stations from the bad Alamogordo and worked his two-year service stripping down ancient solar electricity stations from the bad old days before fusion. — James S.A. Corey
Famous Lonely Sayings By Elif Shafak: If you don't know what to do with an answer, don't ask the question. If you don't know what to do with an answer, don't ask the question. — Elif Shafak
Famous Lonely Sayings By Aiden Wilson Tozer: God's gifts are many; His best gift is one. It is the gift of Himself. God's gifts are many; His best gift is one. It is the gift of Himself. — Aiden Wilson Tozer
Famous Lonely Sayings By Debasish Mridha: The fastest and cheapest way to eradicate poverty is not by giving food but by The fastest and cheapest way to eradicate poverty is not by giving food but by giving hope, love, and education. — Debasish Mridha