Grazing Famous Quotes & Sayings

100 Grazing Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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As we made love, our scars met,
grazing long enough for mine to say
"He tries to hide me,"
and for yours to reply
"I know I embarrass her."

"He never learned how to swim," whispered my scar.
"She got picked last in gym class,
then cried into her pillow," replied yours.

Just then, a huge wound opened in me.
You touched it. It closed.
I was filled, fully healed, and I knew
I would never be able not to love you.
Tom C. Hunley Grazing Sayings By Tom C. Hunley: As we made love, our scars met,grazing long enough for mine to say"He tries to
Cooking gave us not just the meal but also the occasion: the practice of eating together at an appointed time and place. This was something new under the sun, for the forager of raw food would have likely fed himself on the go and alone, like all the other animals. (Or, come to think of it, like the industrial eaters we've more recently become, grazing at gas stations and eating by ourselves whenever and wherever.) But sitting down to common meals, making eye contact, sharing food, and exercising self-restraint all served to civilize us.Michael Pollan Grazing Sayings By Michael Pollan: Cooking gave us not just the meal but also the occasion: the practice of eating
This is perhaps a foolish risk," she said against his ear.
"What will they do if they catch us?" He gave her a look of mock horror. "Make me marry you?"
"That would be the respectful thing to do."
"I respect you," he said darkly, grazing his teeth and tongue over the lace that framed her bosom. "Shall I take you upstairs and respect you over and over again?
Evelyn Pryce Grazing Sayings By Evelyn Pryce: This is perhaps a foolish risk," she said against his ear."What will they do if
The government sends low-flying helicopters to chase the horses into corrals and then takes them from the plains of the American West to federal holding pens. The government claims it's to save the horses from starvation. Critics claim the real motive is to clear the land for cattle grazing. Critics also say the horses are brutally traumatized.Jane Velez-Mitchell Grazing Sayings By Jane Velez-Mitchell: The government sends low-flying helicopters to chase the horses into corrals and then takes them
Madison sparkled like the words on her oversized chest. There was glitter embedded in her eye shadow, in her lip gloss, in her nail polish, hanging from her ears in shoulder grazing hoops, dangling from her wrists in blingy bracelets. If the lights went out in the hallway, she could light it up like a human disco ball.Danielle Paige Grazing Sayings By Danielle Paige: Madison sparkled like the words on her oversized chest. There was glitter embedded in her
Grazing over every part of her statuesque figure, I do give in to her every wish. The sounds that escape her enlighten my senses, becoming aware of her metamorphosis as she becomes even more beautiful to me. Nothing more seems to matter as I lie here being gentle with Nadia, forever determined to please her, always changing and never changing, my love always and forever being her greatest adventure, she being all that I need and love now and forever.Luccini Shurod Grazing Sayings By Luccini Shurod: Grazing over every part of her statuesque figure, I do give in to her every
At the Moor
Wanderer in the black wind; quietly the dry reeds whisper
In the stillness of the moor. In the gray sky
A flock of wild birds follows;
Slanting over gloomy waters.
Turmoil. In decayed hut
The spirit of putrescence flutters with black wings.
Crippled birches in the autumn wind.
Evening in deserted tavern. The way home is scented all around
By the soft gloom of grazing herds;
Apparition of the night; toads plunge from brown waters.
Georg Trakl Grazing Sayings By Georg Trakl: At the MoorWanderer in the black wind; quietly the dry reeds whisperIn the stillness of
The weeks up there were almost the most beautiful in my life. I breathed the pure, clear air, drank the icy water from streams and watched the herds of goats grazing on the steep slopes, guarded by dark-haired, musing goatherds. At times I heard storms resound through the valley and saw mists and clouds at unusually close quarters. In the clefts of rocks I observed the small, delicate, bright coloured flowers and the many wonderful mosses, and on clear days I used to like to walk uphill for an hour until I could see the clearly outlined distant peaks of high mountains, their blue silhouettes, and white, sparkling snow fields across the other side of the hill.Hermann Hesse Grazing Sayings By Hermann Hesse: The weeks up there were almost the most beautiful in my life. I breathed the
He finally moved, walking those few feet between them. Without hesitation, his hands slid around her waist, pulling her flush against him. Her hand slid up his arm all by itself, grasping the hard muscles there. The warmth that seemed a natural part of him spread into her. Smoothly, his mouth found hers, gently grazing her lips before settling more firmly. She moaned as he tasted her, coaxing her to open for him. When she did, her eyelids fluttered shut and the whole world utterly disappeared.Dee Tenorio Grazing Sayings By Dee Tenorio: He finally moved, walking those few feet between them. Without hesitation, his hands slid around
Lunch looks grand, Meg. You've really outdone yourself," James commented, loading his plate. He frowned down at an escaping carrot extending precariously over the plate edge and
eased it back with his fingertip, then grunted and promptly stuck the burnt digit in his mouth. "I've been trying to eat better, organic and all. Are these vegetables free range?" he asked with a straight face.
The table fell silent as several sets of eyes blinked owlishly back at him. With an equally straight face Beth speared a roasted wedge and studied it. "I don't think potatoes require much
grazing room, genius," she deadpanned.
Shannon MacLeod Grazing Sayings By Shannon MacLeod: Lunch looks grand, Meg. You've really outdone yourself," James commented, loading his plate. He frowned
Close your mouth Lily, you look like a codfish."
"I can't help it. This place looks like something out of medieval times. I'm surprised there aren't rushes on the floor or half-dressed serving wenches carrying trenchers of food."
"Read Harlequin much?"
"Shut up. There's nothing wrong with romance novels. You could learn something from them you know."
Sean's mouth curved into a slow, seductive grin. He let his fingers drift casually along the side of her arm, deliberately grazing the edge of her breast. "Could I now?
Marianne Morea Grazing Sayings By Marianne Morea: Close your mouth Lily, you look like a codfish.""I can't help it. This place looks
Strangely, some songs you really don't want to write. I didn't like writing 'Heathen'. There was something so ominous and final about it. It was early in the morning, the sun was rising and through the windows I could see two deer grazing down below in the field. In the distance a car was driving slowly past the reservoir and these words were just streaming out and there were tears running down my face. But I couldn't stop, they just flew out. It's an odd feeling, like something else is guiding you, although forcing your hand is more like it.David Bowie Grazing Sayings By David Bowie: Strangely, some songs you really don't want to write. I didn't like writing 'Heathen'. There
Now right here, where the borders of South Sudan, Ethiopia, and Kenya all come together, there's a patch of land, perhaps 14 or 15 thousand square kilometers - about the size of Montenegro - that is contested. This is just some unpopulated marginal cattle grazing country that is a hot soggy sponge in the rainy season and then a scorching hot griddle in the dry season. There are just a few villages, and most of those are just seasonally occupied.James Wesley, Rawles Grazing Sayings By James Wesley, Rawles: Now right here, where the borders of South Sudan, Ethiopia, and Kenya all come together,
Running gives me a clearer perspective on the world ... I've always seen the world by running, and that has allowed me to view things in a different way. Places look different in the early-morning hours, when the streets are deserted. I've smelled crabs boiling on Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco on my way to the Golden Gate Bridge, watched the sun rise over Diamond Head in Hawaii, and seen deer grazing on the Alps in St. Moritz, Switzerland. I clearly remember turning to my husband, Jack, in one of these places and saying, 'People don't know what they're missing.'Grete Waitz Grazing Sayings By Grete Waitz: Running gives me a clearer perspective on the world ... I've always seen the world
...Most peasants never traveled farther than twenty-five miles from the village of their birth. They had strong social ties to their communities, and could not imagine living anywhere else.
"In many places, peasant villages were located within a noble's estate, which was called a manor. Manors could be as small as one hundred acres or as large as several thousand acres and typically encompassed a mixture of cultivated and uncultivated land. Forests provided wood, nuts, and berries; pastures and meadows offered grazing for livestock; and lakes and rivers gave water and fish. But the largest acreage was devoted to agriculture, apportioned among the peasants and the noble, although the noble did no farming himself. Instead the peasants collectively worked both his land and theirs.
Patricia D. Netzley Grazing Sayings By Patricia D. Netzley: ...Most peasants never traveled farther than twenty-five miles from the village of their birth. They
Meat production is one of the leading causes of climate change because of the destruction of the rainforest for grazing lands, the massive amounts of methane produced by farm animals and the huge amounts of water, grain and other resources required to feed animals.Jane Velez-Mitchell Grazing Sayings By Jane Velez-Mitchell: Meat production is one of the leading causes of climate change because of the destruction
The river route is certainly preferable, as it affords good grazing and an abundance of water.William Whipple Grazing Sayings By William Whipple: The river route is certainly preferable, as it affords good grazing and an abundance of
Cattle grazing on public lands is heavily subsidized by the federal government, so yes, all of us taxpayers are helping to pay for tremendous environmental degradation.Mary Ellen Hannibal Grazing Sayings By Mary Ellen Hannibal: Cattle grazing on public lands is heavily subsidized by the federal government, so yes, all
My wife is so fat that the last time I saw something that big it was grazing.Rodney Dangerfield Grazing Sayings By Rodney Dangerfield: My wife is so fat that the last time I saw something that big it
You and me," he echoed, tilting my face up to his.
I stared back into his eyes. They were clear of sleep and nightmares now.
"Always." I told him, my lips curving into a smile. That had been his line once, now it was mine.
"Always," Balik murmured against my jawbone the words grazing my skin as I arched my neck backwards. "You and me, always." His whisper mingled with the kisses he brushed along my throat. I closed my eyes and drifted away with him.
Melanie Cusick-Jones Grazing Sayings By Melanie Cusick-Jones: You and me," he echoed, tilting my face up to his. I stared back into
Don't overthink it, honey. Life's too short for that shit," he said, his lips grazing my skin. Every muscle tightened in the most delicious way, and his thumb, it was still swirling, still dragging out an array of sensations. "I like you. That's all.J. Lynn Grazing Sayings By J. Lynn: Don't overthink it, honey. Life's too short for that shit," he said, his lips grazing
I know vegetarians don't like to hear this, but God made an awful lot of land that's good for nothing but grazing.Molly Ivins Grazing Sayings By Molly Ivins: I know vegetarians don't like to hear this, but God made an awful lot of
We will stay. Our son will need friends. You will need the healer. And I," he says, grazing his thumb over my mouth. "Will always need you. A male cannot exist apart from its heart.Ruby Dixon Grazing Sayings By Ruby Dixon: We will stay. Our son will need friends. You will need the healer. And I,"
Maybe the idea of the world as flat isn't a tribal memory or an archetypal memory, but something far older
a fox memory, a worm memory, a moss memory.
Memory of leaping or crawling or shrugging rootlet by rootlet forward, across the flatness of everything.
To perceive of the earth as round needed something else
standing up!
that hadn't yet happened.
What a wild family! Fox and giraffe and wart hog, of course. But these also: bodies like tiny strings, bodies like blades and blossoms! Cord grass, Christmas fern, soldier moss! And here comes grasshopper, all toes and knees and eyes, over the little mountains of the dust.
When I see the black cricket in the woodpile, in autumn, I don't frighten her. And when I see the moss grazing upon the rock, I touch her tenderly,
sweet cousin.
Mary Oliver Grazing Sayings By Mary Oliver: Maybe the idea of the world as flat isn't a tribal memory or an archetypal
I exist. It's sweet, so sweet, so slow. And light: you'd think it floated all by itself. It stirs. It brushes by me, melts and vanishes. Gently, gently. There is bubbling water in my throat, it caresses me- and now it comes up again into my mouth. For ever I shall have a little pool of whitish water in my mouth - lying low - grazing my tongue. And this pool is still me. And the tongue. And the throat is me.Jean-Paul Sartre Grazing Sayings By Jean-Paul Sartre: I exist. It's sweet, so sweet, so slow. And light: you'd think it floated all
For the Mongols, the lifestyle of the peasant seemed incomprehensible. The Jurched territory was filled with so many people and yet so few animals; this was a stark contrast to Mongolia, where there were normally five to ten animals for each human. To the Mongols, the farmers' fields were just grasslands, as were the gardens, and the peasants were like grazing animals rather than real humans who ate meat. The Mongols referred to these grass-eating people with the same terminology that they used for cows and goats. The masses of peasants were just so many herds, and when the soldiers went out to round up their people or to drive them away, they did so with the same terminology, precision, and emotion used in rounding up yaks.Jack Weatherford Grazing Sayings By Jack Weatherford: For the Mongols, the lifestyle of the peasant seemed incomprehensible. The Jurched territory was filled
In blue Light nature space the whole world, wide grazing land, the open spaces wind across the land and the sky, blue, highNils-Aslak Valkeapaa Grazing Sayings By Nils-Aslak Valkeapaa: In blue Light nature space the whole world, wide grazing land, the open spaces wind
Scientists who think science consists of unprejudiced data-gathering without speculation are merely cows grazing on the pasture of knowledge.Peter Medawar Grazing Sayings By Peter Medawar: Scientists who think science consists of unprejudiced data-gathering without speculation are merely cows grazing on
He tasted deeper, holding himself over me, and suddenly he was everywhere; his knee trapping my leg, his lips grazing warm, rough, sensuous. He splayed his hand at the small of my back, holding me tightly, driving me to sink my fingers deeper into him, clinging to him as if letting go would mean losing part of myself.Becca Fitzpatrick Grazing Sayings By Becca Fitzpatrick: He tasted deeper, holding himself over me, and suddenly he was everywhere; his knee trapping
I sincerely believe that there's room for cutting down trees for forestry and grazing, so as we all get to eat. Everyone has to compromise.Steve Irwin Grazing Sayings By Steve Irwin: I sincerely believe that there's room for cutting down trees for forestry and grazing, so
Traveling is sacred; mankind has traveled ever since the dawn of time, in search of hunting and grazing ground, or milder climates. Very few men manage to understand the world without leaving their home towns. When you travel - and I am not speaking of tourism, but of the solitary experience of a journey - four important things occur in your life:Paulo Coelho Grazing Sayings By Paulo Coelho: Traveling is sacred; mankind has traveled ever since the dawn of time, in search of
At these times, the things that troubled her seemed far away and unimportant: all that mattered was the hum of the bees and the chirp of birdsong, the way the sun gleamed on the edge of a blue wildflower, the distant bleat and clink of grazing goats.Alison Croggon Grazing Sayings By Alison Croggon: At these times, the things that troubled her seemed far away and unimportant: all that
We startled some strange, long-necked shaggy creatures that had been grazing in the field, and I swear one of them spit at Feniul. Hagen slipped off of Leontes'neck and started to follow the creatures into the little copse of trees they had taken shelter in, fascinated, but I called him back.
"They spit."I said. "They probably bite as well."
"They are ill tempered things,"Amacarin agreed."But I saw someone riding one yesterday. It did not look like a smooth-gaited beast, though."
Now there was even more longing in Hagen's face."
Luka started laughing. "I shall buy you one when you finish your apprenticeship." He told my brother. "It can be your mastery gift. A hairy, spitting cow horse.
Jessica Day George Grazing Sayings By Jessica Day George: We startled some strange, long-necked shaggy creatures that had been grazing in the field, and
This is because I define myself in part by my color. And I know it is the proverbial slippery slope: That there are associations with red hair that I utterly reject and others I wear proudly means nothing to anyone else, since I don't get to choose how the observer sorts those same traits. Grazing through the stereotypes, I am on the delicatessen plan, winding a way over the menu offerings, picking, choosing and rejecting; adhering to some, dismissing others. Having adopted a method of personal vigilance that allows me to be on the lookout for associations that suffuse my color with preferred associations and to reject those I choose not to adopt, I enhance my self-image. But to other people my red hair is more a take-it-or-leave-it experience: Red-haired, to them, I may also be a certain type of person, complete with temperament.Marion Roach Grazing Sayings By Marion Roach: This is because I define myself in part by my color. And I know it
The strongest animals on earth are plant eaters. Every creature we've enlisted to do the work we couldn't handle - the horse, donkey, elephant, camel, water buffalo, ox, yak - is an herbivore ... whose huge muscles were built from plant protein, and whose strong bones got that way, and stayed that way, from grazing on grass and eating other vegetables.Victoria Moran Grazing Sayings By Victoria Moran: The strongest animals on earth are plant eaters. Every creature we've enlisted to do the
But it was pointless, it was stupid; he thought about thoughtless things. If I were a seabird ... but how could you be a seabird? If you were a seabird your brain would be tiny and stupid and you would love half-rotted fish guts and tweaking the eyes out of little grazing animals; you would know no poetry and you could never appreciate flying as fully as the human on the ground yearning to be you.
If you wanted to be a seabird you deserved to be one.
Iain M. Banks Grazing Sayings By Iain M. Banks: But it was pointless, it was stupid; he thought about thoughtless things. If I were
Several times he had to flatten himself against the shelves as a thesaurus thundered by. He waited patiently as a herd of Critters crawled past, grazing on the contents of the choicer books and leaving behind them piles of small slim volumes of literary criticism.Terry Pratchett Grazing Sayings By Terry Pratchett: Several times he had to flatten himself against the shelves as a thesaurus thundered by.
She glowered at him. 'For your information, in the past week, I have been, oh let's see, nearly raped,
kidnapped, tied to a bedpost, forced to cough my voice into nothingness-"
"That was your own fault."
"Not to mention the fact that I embarked upon a life of crime by breaking and entering into my former
home, was nearly trapped by my odious guardian-"
"Don't forget your sprained ankle," he supplied.
"Ooooohhhh! I could kill you!" Another bar of soap flew by his head, grazing his ear.
"Madam, you are certainly doing an able job of trying."
"And now!" she fairly yelled. "And now, as if all of that weren't undignified enough, I am forced to live
for a week in a bloody bathroom!
Julia Quinn Grazing Sayings By Julia Quinn: She glowered at him. 'For your information, in the past week, I have been, oh
Schools across India do not have teachers, libraries, playing grounds and even toilets. I do not want to see empty classrooms, empty libraries. I do not want to see cattle grazing on fields meant to be cricket or football grounds.Sachin Tendulkar Grazing Sayings By Sachin Tendulkar: Schools across India do not have teachers, libraries, playing grounds and even toilets. I do
That remains to be seen," said Mr. Malfoy with a nasty smile. "But as all twelve of us have voted - " Hagrid leapt to his feet, his shaggy black head grazing the ceiling. "An' how many did yeh have ter threaten an' blackmail before they agreed, Malfoy, eh?" he roared.J.K. Rowling Grazing Sayings By J.K. Rowling: That remains to be seen," said Mr. Malfoy with a nasty smile. "But as all
A cow peacefully grazing fifty yards away received one of the bullets in her back. She had nothing to do with the quarrel all the same.Jules Verne Grazing Sayings By Jules Verne: A cow peacefully grazing fifty yards away received one of the bullets in her back.
A native American group has filed a class-action lawsuit against the government for mismanagement of oil, gas, grazing, timber and other royalties since 1887. They're seeking $100 billion. Here's the good news: The government has responded what I believe is an appropriate counteroffer: A two-cent Navajo stamp.Stephen Colbert Grazing Sayings By Stephen Colbert: A native American group has filed a class-action lawsuit against the government for mismanagement of
That was when I cut my arms with a razor blade as a means of creative expression. I only did it lightly, just grazing the skin, to see the way the blood would bleed out, to make myself look tougher. Not like some of those kids who keep going deeper and deeper, wondering what they look like down to the bone, because it's a world that's so close and yet so far and so dangerous and so much their own. The only world that is their own.Francesca Lia Block Grazing Sayings By Francesca Lia Block: That was when I cut my arms with a razor blade as a means of
I'm not here to say I don't eat vegetables - I do, a lot of them - but, from a soil perspective, they're actually more costly than a cow grazing on grass.Dan Barber Grazing Sayings By Dan Barber: I'm not here to say I don't eat vegetables - I do, a lot of
He swayed side-to-side, fighting against my compulsion. I smiled sweetly, leaning in and grazing my nail across his cheek. "You understand?" Skin contact made it solid. His shock melted into a gooey grin.

J.M. Friedman. Succubus in Seattle (Kindle Locations 173-175).
J.R. Thorn Grazing Sayings By J.R. Thorn: He swayed side-to-side, fighting against my compulsion. I smiled sweetly, leaning in and grazing my
Just as it is hard for us, in our garden, to stop weeding, because there is always another weed there in front of us, it may be hard for her to stop grazing, because there are always a few more shoots of fresh grass just ahead of her.Lydia Davis Grazing Sayings By Lydia Davis: Just as it is hard for us, in our garden, to stop weeding, because there
Why do we not stay here forever?" Myrina had once asked her grandmother, when she'd been very young.
Hati had laughed. "I wish we could, my honey-child. This place is perfect, but it wouldn't stay perfect for long if we lived here. The waters would run dry, the grazing would be used up and the ground poisoned with our mess; we'd destroy what gives us so much pleasure.
Theresa Tomlinson Grazing Sayings By Theresa Tomlinson: Why do we not stay here forever?" Myrina had once asked her grandmother, when she'd
You dress to impress," I said approvingly.
"No, Angel." He leaned in, his teeth softly grazing my ear. "I undress to impress.
Becca Fitzpatrick Grazing Sayings By Becca Fitzpatrick: You dress to impress," I said approvingly."No, Angel." He leaned in, his teeth softly grazing
It's very common to implement mob grazing and double your production for a per-acre capitalisation investment ... because it doesn't take any more corraling, no more electricity, rent, machinery or labour to double your production on an existing place.Joel Salatin Grazing Sayings By Joel Salatin: It's very common to implement mob grazing and double your production for a per-acre capitalisation
Hales," he purrs quietly with closed eyes, his nose grazing my flesh. "I am so yours, more than I've ever been mine.Sigal Ehrlich Grazing Sayings By Sigal Ehrlich: Hales," he purrs quietly with closed eyes, his nose grazing my flesh. "I am so
His lips were practically grazing my nose. His gray eyes were so intense I could feel them reach my soul - if that were possible, anyways. With a smile so devious on his face and in his eyes Xavier whispered, "I can tell that every part of you wants to give in to what I am. The feeling that you feel right now is consuming. I've been there before, Ava. You can't deny everything much longer."
Closing my eyes, and swallowing back every temptation I felt, I backed away from his warmth. I opened my eyes to see his eyes searching my face in pure awe.
"Watch me," I challenged.
Barbara C. Doyle Grazing Sayings By Barbara C. Doyle: His lips were practically grazing my nose. His gray eyes were so intense I could
It is in fact an orderly community. The green plants are food for the plant eaters, which are food for the predators, and some of those predators are food for still other predators. And what's left over is food for the scavengers, who return to the earth nutrients needed by the green plants. It's a system that has worked magnificently for billions of years. Filmmakers understandably love footage of gore and battle, but any naturalist will tell you that the species are not in any sense at war with one another. The gazelle and lion are enemies only in the minds of the Takers. The lion that comes across a herd of gazelles doesn't massacre them as an enemy would. It kills one, not to satisfy its hatred of gazelles but to satisfy its hunger, and once it has made its kill the gazelles are perfectly content to go on grazing with the lion in the midst.Daniel Quinn Grazing Sayings By Daniel Quinn: It is in fact an orderly community. The green plants are food for the plant
Chicago at the time owned a lake the size of a sea, several advertising firms, at least six tribes of marauding criminals, healthy herds of sailors grazing free, the first Ferris wheel in all the world, and more wind than it could care for.Catherynne M Valente Grazing Sayings By Catherynne M Valente: Chicago at the time owned a lake the size of a sea, several advertising firms,
The streets are empty. Wind skims the voids keeping neighbors apart, as if grazing the hollow of a cut reed, or say, a plundered mailbox. A familiar note is produced. It's the one Desolation plays to keep its instrument in tune.Andrew Hussie Grazing Sayings By Andrew Hussie: The streets are empty. Wind skims the voids keeping neighbors apart, as if grazing the
I wanted to be something else, anything else. I could be a snail on a leaf, or the leaf itself. I could be a pig in the mud or a cow grazing in the field. I could be a drop of rain that fell from the heavens, or a shimmering fish deep in the ocean. But I was human and I had feelingsBurbuqe Raufi Grazing Sayings By Burbuqe Raufi: I wanted to be something else, anything else. I could be a snail on a
A righteous politician will make all his citizens leaders. He will know all the lives of his countrymen. He will know each family by name, when they were born, their problems and anxieties and he will wipe away all pain. He will know what his citizens have eaten, where they have slept and he will know all grazing and hunting animals. He will not have privileges and he will govern alongside his cittizens. He will not govern on the basis of death because he is a leader of life. He will not allow death to occur or appear in his country. He will not lead his country to battle and no sickness will prevail under his rule. In his country there will be neither poor nor rich. He will know the fish in the sea, the birds of the air in number and will know all wildlife. He will know all particles of dust in formation. He will know all seasons and foretell a million years to come. He will have no blood on his hands and will not suffer from guilt. His citizens will suffer from no want.David Ssembajjo Grazing Sayings By David Ssembajjo: A righteous politician will make all his citizens leaders. He will know all the lives
There was nobody. Her words faded. So a rocket fades. Its sparks, having grazed their way into the night, surrender to it, dark descends, pours over the outlines of houses and towers; bleak hillsides soften and fall in. But though they are gone, the night is full of them; robbed of colour, blank of windows, they exist more ponderously, give out what the frank daylight fails to transmit - the trouble and suspense of things conglomerated there in the darkness; huddled together in the darkness; reft of the relief which dawn brings when, washing the walls white and grey, spotting each windowpane, lifting the mist from the fields, showing the red brown cows peacefully grazing, all is once more decked out to the eye; exists again. I am alone; I am alone!Virginia Woolf Grazing Sayings By Virginia Woolf: There was nobody. Her words faded. So a rocket fades. Its sparks, having grazed their
You think my first instinct is to protect you. Because you're small, or a girl, or a Stiff. But you're wrong."
He leans his face close to mine and wraps his fingers around my chin. His hand smells like metal. When was the last time he held a gun, or a knife? My skin tingles at the point of contact, like he's transmitting electricity through his skin.
"My first instinct is to push you until you break, just to see how hard I have to press." he says, his fingers squeezing at the word break. My body tenses at the edge in his voice, so I am coiled as tight as a spring, and I forget to breathe.
His dark eyes lifting to mine, he adds, "But I resist it."
"Why ... " I swallow hard. "Why is that your first instinct?"
"Fear doesn't shut you down; it wakes you up. I've seen it. It's fascinating." He releases me but doesn't pull away, his hand grazing my jaw, my neck. "Sometimes I just want to see it again. Want to see you awake.
Veronica Roth Grazing Sayings By Veronica Roth: You think my first instinct is to protect you. Because you're small, or a girl,
My mind is, to use a disgustingly obvious simile, like a wastebasket full of waste paper; bits of hair, and rotting apple cores. I am feeling depressed from being exposed to so many lives, so many of them exciting, new to my realm of experience. I pass by people, grazing them on the edges, and it bothers me. I've got to admire someone to really like them deeply - to value them as friends. It was that way with Ann: I admired her wit, her riding, her vivacious imagination - all the things that made her the way she was. I could lean on her as she leaned on me. Together the two of us could face anything - only not quite anything, or she would be back. And so she is gone, and I am bereft for awhile. But what do I know of sorrow?Sylvia Plath Grazing Sayings By Sylvia Plath: My mind is, to use a disgustingly obvious simile, like a wastebasket full of waste
I have tonight begun reading a stupid, shitty book by Kerouac called Big Sur, and I would give a ball to wake up tomorrow on some empty ridge with a herd of beatniks grazing in the clearing about 200 yards below the house. And then to squat with the big boomer and feel it on my shoulder with the smell of grease and powder and, later, a little blood.Hunter S. Thompson Grazing Sayings By Hunter S. Thompson: I have tonight begun reading a stupid, shitty book by Kerouac called Big Sur, and
Point Partageuse got its name from French explorers who mapped the cape that jutted from the south-western corner of the Australian continent well before the British dash to colonize the west began in 1826. Since then, settlers had trickled north from Albany and south from the Swan River Colony, laying claim to the virgin forests in the hundreds of miles between. Cathedral-high trees were felled with handsaws to create grazing pasture; scrawny roads were hewn inch by stubborn inch by pale-skinned fellows with teams of shire horses, as this land, which had never before been scarred by man, was excoriated and burned, mapped and measured and meted out to those willing to try their luck in a hemisphere which might bring them desperation, death, or fortune beyond their dreams.M.L. Stedman Grazing Sayings By M.L. Stedman: Point Partageuse got its name from French explorers who mapped the cape that jutted from
He kissed the cord running between her shoulder and neck, his teeth grazing the skin. Clamping her thighs together, she struggled to breathe through the wave of desire. Biology dictated the amount of time it took for women to become aroused, nearly twice that of men, but in a single moment, he'd disproved that theory.Nichole Severn Grazing Sayings By Nichole Severn: He kissed the cord running between her shoulder and neck, his teeth grazing the skin.
Sheep farming is heavily subsidized in Great Britain. Without the subsidies, the green grazing in the valley of the River Exe would be gone. The handsome agricultural landscape of which the British are so proud, carefully husbanded since Boudicca's day, would be replaced by natural growth. The most likely growth is real-estate developments.P. J. O'Rourke Grazing Sayings By P. J. O'Rourke: Sheep farming is heavily subsidized in Great Britain. Without the subsidies, the green grazing in
BAKKHAI : Holiness
is a word I love to hear,
it sounds like wings to me,
wings brushing the world, grazing my life.
Euripides Grazing Sayings By Euripides: BAKKHAI : Holinessis a word I love to hear,it sounds like wings to me,wings brushing
After a moment, he found my neck, kissing the nape, his teeth grazing my skin and causing
me to make a small noise very much like a whimper. Before I could take another breath, his
lips met mine and I was lost to his touch.
Cyrese Covelli Grazing Sayings By Cyrese Covelli: After a moment, he found my neck, kissing the nape, his teeth grazing my skin
Home"

It would take forever to get there
but I would know it anywhere:

My white horse grazing in my blossomy field.
Its soft nostrils. The petals
falling from the trees into the stream.

The festival would be about to begin
in the dusky village in the distance. The doe
frozen at the edge of the grove:

She leaps. She vanishes. My face -
She has taken it. And my name -

(Although the plaintive lark in the tall
grass continues to say and to say it.)

Yes. This is the place.
Where my shining treasure has been waiting.
Where my shadow washes itself in my fountain.

A few graves among the roses. Some moss
on those. An ancient

bell in a steeple down the road
making no sound at all
as the monk pulls and pulls on the rope.
Laura Kasischke Grazing Sayings By Laura Kasischke: Home"It would take forever to get therebut I would know it anywhere:My white horse grazing
I stood on my toes and stole a soft kiss from his lips. "Surprise attack," I said.
Sam leaned down and kissed me back, his mouth lingering on mine, teeth grazing my lower lip, making me shiver. "Surprise attack back."
"Sneaky," I said, my voice breathier than I intended.
Maggie Stiefvater Grazing Sayings By Maggie Stiefvater: I stood on my toes and stole a soft kiss from his lips. "Surprise attack,"
And what a refreshing and happy horror that there was nobody there! Not even we, who walked there, were there ... For we were nobody. We were nothing at all ... We had no life for Death to have to kill. We were so tenuous and slight that the wind's passing left us prostrate, and time's passage caressed us like a breeze grazing the top of a palm.Fernando Pessoa Grazing Sayings By Fernando Pessoa: And what a refreshing and happy horror that there was nobody there! Not even we,
The old frame house down near the waterfront had never held so many people since the day it was put up. It must have been a pleasant place fifty years before: trees overhanging the limpid water, cows grazing in the meadows on both sides of the river, little frame houses like this one dotting the banks here and there.
It wasn't a pleasant place any more: garbage scows, coal yards, the river a greasy gray soup. Dead-end blocks of decrepit tenements on one side of it, lumberyards and ice-plants and tall stacks on the other.
The house was set far back from the street, hemmed in by the blank walls that rose around it.
("I Wouldn't Be In Your Shoes")
Cornell Woolrich Grazing Sayings By Cornell Woolrich: The old frame house down near the waterfront had never held so many people since
Her lips tarried at mine. Baiting each other with the warmth of our breath, barely grazing, detouring, then connecting.Craig Thompson Grazing Sayings By Craig Thompson: Her lips tarried at mine. Baiting each other with the warmth of our breath, barely
Her pinkie took matters into its own, er, pinkie, and moved oh-so-slightly, grazing his skin. His pinkie, judging by the shape and texture.
Blood rushed and pounded through her veins, flushing her skin. This could not, in any way, be explained as an accidental touch. But he could feign sleep if he wasn't interested. Did she want him to do that?
What was she doing?
She commanded her pinkie to drop, and thankfully, it obeyed.
A jolt shot through her as his finger made a query, and the need clarified. The need represented her desire for some measure of control. Control over her general situation. Control over her attraction. She answered with a gentle finger stroke along his calloused, warm skin.
A sharp breath pierced the dark air.
Angela Quarles Grazing Sayings By Angela Quarles: Her pinkie took matters into its own, er, pinkie, and moved oh-so-slightly, grazing his skin.
His knuckles slid down, grazing my cheek.Lauren Myracle Grazing Sayings By Lauren Myracle: His knuckles slid down, grazing my cheek.
This then is Borgia Rome: a city where a traveler entering the gates must still cross acres of country before he reaches the center, where animals still outnumber citizens, goats and cattle grazing the imperial ruins, their insistent teeth pulling weeds - and mortar - from between the stones of history. A city still struggling with a chasm of hardship between rich and poor, still ripped apart by gross family violence. But also a place of growing magnificence and confidence where, for the first time in centuries, the future no longer looks bleaker than the past, and where the new Pope has chosen for himself a name designed to foster a belief in magnificence again. AlexanderSarah Dunant Grazing Sayings By Sarah Dunant: This then is Borgia Rome: a city where a traveler entering the gates must still
The only freedom supposed to be left to the masses is that of grazing on the ration of simulacra the system distributes to each individual.Michel De Certeau Grazing Sayings By Michel De Certeau: The only freedom supposed to be left to the masses is that of grazing on
A map of Esmeralda should include, marked in different colored inks, all these routes, solid and liquid, evident and hidden. It is more difficult to fix on the map the routes of the swallows, who cut the air over the roofs, dropping long invisible parabolas with their still wings, darting to gulp a mosquito, spiraling upward, grazing a pinnacle, dominating from every point of their airy paths all the points of the city.Italo Calvino Grazing Sayings By Italo Calvino: A map of Esmeralda should include, marked in different colored inks, all these routes, solid
A small grazing gesture ignites the need for closer, and breaks the surface of the water, never in you enough, gulping air, never contain you enough, on dry land now, never hold you enough, the desert heat, drink you, oasis lover shimmering under a palm, I will burn to ashes here then blow away until that merciful peak is discovered, and once that is discovered, the slow tumble back down the hill, buckets of water spilling in slow motion, streaking the sand along their way until again the gentle sway, the ocean floor, the grazing touch that reignites the sea.Ann-Marie MacDonald Grazing Sayings By Ann-Marie MacDonald: A small grazing gesture ignites the need for closer, and breaks the surface of the
I let my hands fall to the bed. Her mouth crafts a warm path to mine. There we share the taste of my tears as her top lip slides between my own and her tongue warms the inside of my mouth. Her hand slides up my neck, nails grazing the skin, till she finds purchase in my hair, tugging slightly at the tangle. Shivers lance my body.
Gone is any semblance of resistance. All the guilt that kept me from betraying Eo with Mustang is swept away in the chaos inside me. All the guilt I have for knowing she is a Gold and I am a Red vanishes. I'm a man, and she's the woman I want.
Pierce Brown Grazing Sayings By Pierce Brown: I let my hands fall to the bed. Her mouth crafts a warm path to
He leaned forward, his lips grazing her ear before he spoke. "I know you want this too. I've seen the way you look at me.Donna Augustine Grazing Sayings By Donna Augustine: He leaned forward, his lips grazing her ear before he spoke. "I know you want
You aren't even angry with me anymore, Stefan, so let me up."
He didn't budge. "It would be a misconception on your part, little Tanya, if you are thinking I have to be angry to make love to you." His head bent, his lips grazing her cheek all the way to her ear. With his warm breath sending tingles all over her, he continued in a whisper, "I wanted you last night, today a dozen times, right now more than ever. Tell me to love you, Tanya. Demand it of me!
Johanna Lindsey Grazing Sayings By Johanna Lindsey: You aren't even angry with me anymore, Stefan, so let me up."He didn't budge. "It
It had taken Jack awhile to get used to Spanish cooking. They never served the great joints of beef, legs of pork and haunches of venison without which no feast was complete in England; nor did they consume thick slabs of bread. They did not have the lush pastures for grazing vast herds of cattle or the rich soil on which to grow fields of waving wheat. They made up for the relatively small quantities of meat by imaginative ways of cooking it with all kinds of spicesKen Follett Grazing Sayings By Ken Follett: It had taken Jack awhile to get used to Spanish cooking. They never served the
Grazing around a perfect little stream ahead of them, to their amazement, was a herd of unicorns. They were beautiful: white with silver horns, silver hooves, and silver manes. Conner'sChris Colfer Grazing Sayings By Chris Colfer: Grazing around a perfect little stream ahead of them, to their amazement, was a herd
After a few brief simple moments, he found her neck, kissing the nape as if it were a peach, grazing her skin barely, causing her to moan out a small tiny little whimper. Before she could take another rbreath, his lips met hers in rapture, and suddenly, she was lost within the tragic abyss of falling beneath a lovebinding spell.Keira D. Skye Grazing Sayings By Keira D. Skye: After a few brief simple moments, he found her neck, kissing the nape as if
I can sometimes gaze out of the window, at the sheep, ponies, grazing deer, and numerous woodland folk. It's a wonderful setting in which to write. I live on a dirt road, miles from anywhere, with no neighbors.Raymond Buckland Grazing Sayings By Raymond Buckland: I can sometimes gaze out of the window, at the sheep, ponies, grazing deer, and
She huddled against his bare chest, greedily absorbing the heat and scent of him. "Oh, this is dreadful."
"Why dreadful?" he asked, smoothing and playing with her curls, his thumb venturing to her temple and grazing the fragile spot.
"Because sometimes it's better not to know what one is missing."
"Sweet," he whispered, and stole a kiss from her lips. "Sweet... let me stay with you a little longer.
Lisa Kleypas Grazing Sayings By Lisa Kleypas: She huddled against his bare chest, greedily absorbing the heat and scent of him. "Oh,
At dawn I had the assembly beaten; at broad daylight I had the drummers beat to arms, and started once more on our route, telling them that the Emperor was going to have all the deserters arrested. I marched until noon, and, as we emerged from a wood, I came upon a herd of cows grazing in a meadow. My soldiers immediately took their bowls, and went off to milk the cows, and we had to wait for them. When the evening came, they would camp before nightfall, and every time we came across any cows, we had to stop. It may be imagined that this was not much fun for me. AtJean-Roch Coignet Grazing Sayings By Jean-Roch Coignet: At dawn I had the assembly beaten; at broad daylight I had the drummers beat
The Butcher's Shop

The pigs are strung in rows, open-mouthed,
dignified in martyrs' deaths. They hang
stiff as Sunday manners, their porky heads
voting Tory all their lives, their blue rosettes
discarded now. The butcher smiles a meaty smile,
white apron stained with who knows what,
fingers fat as sausages. Smug, woolly cattle
and snowy sheep prance on tiles, grazing
on eternity, cute illustrations in a children's book.
What does the sheep say now?
Tacky sawdust clogs your shoes.
Little plastic hedges divide the trays of meat, playing farms.
playing farms. All the way home
your cold and soggy paper parcel bleeds.
Angela Topping Grazing Sayings By Angela Topping: The Butcher's ShopThe pigs are strung in rows, open-mouthed,dignified in martyrs' deaths. They hangstiff as
USE EMOTIONS AS INFORMATION. Horses use emotion as information to engage surprisingly agile responses to environmental stimuli and relationship challenges:

(a) Feel the emotion in its purest form
(b) Get the message behind the emotion
(c) Change something in response to the message
(d) Go back to grazing. In other words, let the emotion go, and either get back on task or relax, so you can enjoy life fully. Horses don't hang on to the story, endlessly ruminating over the details of uncomfortable situations

-- from an October 30, 2013 article on the Intelligent Optimist magazine
Linda Kohanov Grazing Sayings By Linda Kohanov: USE EMOTIONS AS INFORMATION. Horses use emotion as information to engage surprisingly agile responses to
The issue of snacking is complicated. In principle, "grazing" is probably a good idea. It would even out the insulin spikes and things like that from eating large meals. The problem is it makes it harder for people to control the amount they're eating.Michael Pollan Grazing Sayings By Michael Pollan: The issue of snacking is complicated. In principle, "grazing" is probably a good idea. It
I am told that in the heart of a vast, bowl-shaped valley deep inside the High Pamir where the sheep and the goats spend their summers grazing by the hundreds as far as the eye can see, there is a cold blue stream that meanders through emerald meadows until it spills into a small lake that carries the color of the sky and that the surface of this lake and the surrounding grasslands shiver in unison beneath the movement of a wind that never stops blowing.Greg Mortenson Grazing Sayings By Greg Mortenson: I am told that in the heart of a vast, bowl-shaped valley deep inside the
Ati sarvatra varjayet:
Excess of anything is bad. Some of us are attracted to Good. But the universe tries to maintain balance. So what is good for some may end up being bad for others ...
Agriculture is good for us humans as it gives us an assured supply of food, but it is bad for the animals that lose their forest and grazing land.
Amish Tripathi Grazing Sayings By Amish Tripathi: Ati sarvatra varjayet: Excess of anything is bad. Some of us are attracted to Good.
divide things equally between both children? If anything should happen to her she is appealing to him to honor this final wish. It is the first letter she has written to her husband in over fifty years, an admission that makes her choke back a tear. Fifty years. The golden jubilee that neither remembered. Fields let for grazing. No more the proud neighing thoroughbreds in the fields, the thoroughbreds on which his hopes centeredEdna O'Brien Grazing Sayings By Edna O'Brien: divide things equally between both children? If anything should happen to her she is appealing
Rancher Bundy should've told the feds that those were Mexican cows - who came across the border illegally to seek better grazing opportunities. It was an act of love.Todd Starnes Grazing Sayings By Todd Starnes: Rancher Bundy should've told the feds that those were Mexican cows - who came across
It took me better than a quarter century to learn, the hard way, that hard work at something you want to be doing is the most fun that you can have out of bed ... to learn that the smart man finds ways to make everything he does be work; to learn that "leisure" time is truly pleasurable (indeed tolerable) only to the extent that is its subconscious grazing for information with which to infuse newer, better work.Spider Robinson Grazing Sayings By Spider Robinson: It took me better than a quarter century to learn, the hard way, that hard
They soared past the dark shapes of animals, grazing in the fields.
"What are they?" she asked.
"Sheep," Mason replied. "I once heard someone describe them as floating like clouds across the hills.
Lisa Carlisle Grazing Sayings By Lisa Carlisle: They soared past the dark shapes of animals, grazing in the fields."What are they?" she
There is no reason to be alarmed by benign, occasional, short-term hunger. Given base-level good health, you will not perish. You won't collapse in a heap and need to be rescued by the cat. Your body is designed to go without food for longish periods, even if it has lost the skill through years of grazing, picking, and snacking. Research has found that modern humans tend to mistake a whole range of emotions for hunger.6 We eat when we're bored, when we're thirsty, when we're around food (when aren't we?), when we're with company, or simply when the clock happens to tell us it's time for food. Most of us eat, too, just because it feels good. This is known as hedonic hunger,Michael Mosley Grazing Sayings By Michael Mosley: There is no reason to be alarmed by benign, occasional, short-term hunger. Given base-level good
The sea looked as if it had been licked clean, blue and clear and smooth, and there were a few woolly little clouds in the sky. Legend said that these clouds were sheep who had simply wandered over the cliff tops one day, special sheep who now went on grazing in the sky and were never shorn. In any case, they were a good sign.Leonie Swann Grazing Sayings By Leonie Swann: The sea looked as if it had been licked clean, blue and clear and smooth,
[T]he stars carried on calmly grazing on nothingness.Pascal Garnier Grazing Sayings By Pascal Garnier: [T]he stars carried on calmly grazing on nothingness.
The genesis of my coat, made from fine wool, spinning backwards through the looms, onto the body of a lamb, a black sheep a bit apart from the flock, grazing on the side of a hill. A lamb opening its eyes to the clouds that resemble for a moment the woolly backs of his own kind.Patti Smith Grazing Sayings By Patti Smith: The genesis of my coat, made from fine wool, spinning backwards through the looms, onto
I love you, Megan," he says, barely grazing my mouth with his.
"I love you too, Alex. This is it. This is our someday."
His gaze is filled with emotion. "No, Megan." His soft lips brush against mine. "This ... is our forever.
Julie Prestsater Grazing Sayings By Julie Prestsater: I love you, Megan," he says, barely grazing my mouth with his. "I love you
and turned into a grazing-ground for superannuatedGeorge Orwell Grazing Sayings By George Orwell: and turned into a grazing-ground for superannuated