Lonely Sleepless Night Famous Quotes & Sayings

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4 Lonely Sleepless Night Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Lonely Sleepless Night Sayings By Rosario Castellanos: The sound is gone. There's nothing left but the insomniac throbbing of crickets. Crickets in The sound is gone. There's nothing left but the insomniac throbbing of crickets. Crickets in the garden, the courtyard, the back courtyard. Close, domestic, identifiable. And those out in the country. Between all of them they raise, little by little, a wall that will keep out the thing that lies waiting for the tiniest crack of silence to steal through. The thing that is feared by all those who are sleepless, those who walk through the night, those who are lonely, children. That thing. The voice of the dead. — Rosario Castellanos
Lonely Sleepless Night Sayings By Lisa Kleypas: What are you thinking?" he asks.I know Gage hates it when I cry - he What are you thinking?" he asks.
I know Gage hates it when I cry - he is completely undone by the sight of tears - so I blink hard against the sting. "I'm thinking how thankful I am for everything," I say, "even the bad stuff. Every sleepless night, every second of being lonely, every time the car broke down, every wad of gum on my shoe, every late bill and losing lottery ticket and bruise and broken dish and piece of burnt toast."
His voice is soft. "Why, darlin'?"
"Because it all led me here to you. — Lisa Kleypas
Lonely Sleepless Night Sayings By Lone Alaskan Gypsy: I'm just an insomniac struggling for a night where I don't dream of you anymore. I'm just an insomniac struggling for a night where I don't dream of you anymore. — Lone Alaskan Gypsy
Lonely Sleepless Night Sayings By Kathy Hepinstall: Those who wake at this hour feel a lonely separation from everyone but night birds Those who wake at this hour feel a lonely separation from everyone but night birds and ghost crabs, never imagining the legion of kindred souls scattered in the darkness, who stare at ceilings and pace floors and look out windows and covet and worry and mourn. — Kathy Hepinstall