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Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Shuster: we cannot focus on God and on ourselves and our presumed rights and privileges at we cannot focus on God and on ourselves and our presumed rights and privileges at the same time. — Marguerite Shuster
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Marguerite Sayings By Francoise-Marguerite De Sevigne: The artist by his work is known. The artist by his work is known. — Francoise-Marguerite De Sevigne
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Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Kaye: So you wish me to forget that you are a sheikh and a prince and So you wish me to forget that you are a sheikh and a prince and a crown prince and soon to be King? That is a lot to forget. — Marguerite Kaye
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Marguerite Sayings By Joey W. Hill: I can't tell you that. But not because I'm not willing to tell you." He I can't tell you that. But not because I'm not willing to tell you." He looked down at the guns. A Desert Eagle and a Sig Sauer nine millimeter, and he'd killed with both of them. "When you take a man's life that's between you, God and that man's soul. It's a personal conversation you work out your entire life. I can't talk about it because there are no words for it. — Joey W. Hill
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Marguerite Sayings By Joey W. Hill: I don't need to be babied. I've taken care of myself for a long time.""You I don't need to be babied. I've taken care of myself for a long time."
"You need all the babying you can get, angel. And something's bothering you. Are you going to tell me what's going on?"
"Go to hell." She slammed down the phone.
She tightened her chin and her resolve. "I didn't expect to see you so soon."
"I was told to go to hell. My connecting flight was delayed so I thought I'd drop in. — Joey W. Hill
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Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Yourcenar: This Second Century appeals to me because it was the last century, for a very This Second Century appeals to me because it was the last century, for a very long period of time, in which men could think and express themselves with full freedom. As for us, we are perhaps already very far from such times as that. — Marguerite Yourcenar
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Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Duras: To love one child and to love all children, whether living or dead -somewhere these To love one child and to love all children, whether living or dead -somewhere these two loves come together. To love a no-good but humble punk and to love an honest man who believes himself to be an honest man -somewhere these, too, come together. — Marguerite Duras
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Marguerite Sayings By Joey W. Hill: Tyler wrote: Dearest Marguerite: You've taught me a great deal about stillness. About the many Tyler wrote:
Dearest Marguerite:
You've taught me a great deal about stillness. About the many things that can drift into your mind and heart when you shut down the barricades created by noise. Unexpected gifts of insight, revelation and wisdom. < ... >
But you taught me that love is found in stillness. It is the space between objects. It's the star you can't see if you look directly at it in the night sky, but if you look away, look forward, you see it in your peripheral vision, beside you, watching over you. If you lie down on the earth it's there, beneath you, cradling you.< ... >
You're my angel, my tormentor, my woman, my love.
God, Tyler is such a gentleman! He is gentle AND a gentleman. — Joey W. Hill
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Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Young: I'm quite sure that most writers would sustain real poetry if they could, but it I'm quite sure that most writers would sustain real poetry if they could, but it takes devotion and talent. — Marguerite Young
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Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Yourcenar: Suffering turns us into egotists, for it absorbs us completely: it is later, in the Suffering turns us into egotists, for it absorbs us completely: it is later, in the form of memory, that it teaches us compassion. — Marguerite Yourcenar
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Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Duras: No matter how many centuries of oblivion pile up over their existences, their ignorance will No matter how many centuries of oblivion pile up over their existences, their ignorance will have existed just as it is at that moment, on that date, in that cold light. They realize this and are delighted.
Also, that in a thousand years' time this day will have existed for a thousand years to the day. And the ignorance of the whole world about what they've said today will have a date too. Without words, without ink to write it down or a book to read it in, it will have a date, a place in time. And they're delighted about that too. — Marguerite Duras
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Marguerite Sayings By Joey W. Hill: I'm not afraid of you. I'm not afraid of anything." "Yes, you are, on both I'm not afraid of you. I'm not afraid of anything."
"Yes, you are, on both counts. You're afraid of everything. In England there are castles with stone walls that go up over a hundred feet, built during a time when it was the strength of your fortress that won battles. Each time I look at you, I marvel at the feat of organic engineering that's allowed you to create such a fortification within a perfect composition of female flesh. — Joey W. Hill
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Marguerite Sayings By Claudia Gray: How smug I was, telling Theo how hard we tried to do right by the How smug I was, telling Theo how hard we tried to do right by the other selves we visit. I'm so full of it. I took more than this Marguerite's only night with the man she loved; I took away her choices. — Claudia Gray
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Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Duras: Frigidity is desire imagined by a woman who doesnt desire the man offering himself to Frigidity is desire imagined by a woman who doesnt desire the man offering himself to her. Its the desire of a woman for a man who hasnt yet come to her, whom she doesnt yet know. Shes faithful to this stranger even before she belongs to him. Frigidity is the non-desire for whatever is not him. — Marguerite Duras
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Marguerite Sayings By Paul Celan: DUMB AUTUMN SMELLS. Themarguerite, unbroken, passedbetween home and chasm throughyour memory.A strange lostness waspalpably present, DUMB AUTUMN SMELLS. The
marguerite, unbroken, passed
between home and chasm through
your memory.
A strange lostness was
palpably present, almost
you would have lived. — Paul Celan
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Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Duras: Stormy skies, says Ernesto. He grieved for them. Summer rain. Childhood. Stormy skies, says Ernesto. He grieved for them. Summer rain. Childhood. — Marguerite Duras
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Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Kaye: There were times when he felt as if he were being literally torn in two. There were times when he felt as if he were being literally torn in two. Times when he raged at the injustice of what was happening to him, times when he was overwhelmed with guilt. There was no right and wrong anymore, which had been one of clear-cut lines for so long, was now so blurred that he was careening around like a compass struggling to find true north. — Marguerite Kaye
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Marguerite Sayings By Mitch Albom: With Marguerite, he wanted only time - more and more time - and he was With Marguerite, he wanted only time - more and more time - and he was granted it, nighttimes and daytimes and nighttimes again. — Mitch Albom
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Marguerite Sayings By Juliette Binoche: I am not a great French woman. George Sand, Marguerite Duras and Simone de Beauvoir I am not a great French woman. George Sand, Marguerite Duras and Simone de Beauvoir are great French women. — Juliette Binoche
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Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Gardiner, Countess Of Blessington: Listeners beware, for ye are doomed never to hear good of yourselves. Listeners beware, for ye are doomed never to hear good of yourselves. — Marguerite Gardiner, Countess Of Blessington
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Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Gardiner, Countess Of Blessington: Memory seldom fails when its office is to show us the tombs of our buried Memory seldom fails when its office is to show us the tombs of our buried hopes. — Marguerite Gardiner, Countess Of Blessington
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Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Gardiner, Countess Of Blessington: He who would remain honest ought to keep away want. He who would remain honest ought to keep away want. — Marguerite Gardiner, Countess Of Blessington
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Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Labbe: You have the survival instincts of a suicidal squirrel You have the survival instincts of a suicidal squirrel — Marguerite Labbe
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Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Gardiner, Countess Of Blessington: Flowers are the bright remembrances of youth; they waft us back, with their bland odorous Flowers are the bright remembrances of youth; they waft us back, with their bland odorous breath, the joyous hours that only young life knows, ere we have learnt that this fair earth hides graves. — Marguerite Gardiner, Countess Of Blessington
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Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Rawalt: The world needs scientists, engineers - and if a brain is qualified to do such The world needs scientists, engineers - and if a brain is qualified to do such work, it should be encouraged, not smothered because it is a female brain. — Marguerite Rawalt
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Duras: He says, You only came because I'm rich. I say that's how I desire him, He says, You only came because I'm rich. I say that's how I desire him, with his money, that when I first saw him he was already in his car, in his money, so I can't say what I'd have done if he'd been different. — Marguerite Duras
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Yourcenar: The American child, driven to school by bus and stupefied by television, is losing contact The American child, driven to school by bus and stupefied by television, is losing contact with reality. There is an enormous gap between the sheer weight of the textbooks that he carries home from school and his capacity to interpret what is in them. — Marguerite Yourcenar
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Duras: When it's in a book I don't think it'll hurt any more ... exist any When it's in a book I don't think it'll hurt any more ... exist any more. One of the things writing does is wipe things out. Replace them. — Marguerite Duras
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite De Navarre: Though jealousy be produced by love, as ashes are by fire, yet jealousy extinguishes love Though jealousy be produced by love, as ashes are by fire, yet jealousy extinguishes love as ashes smother the flame ... — Marguerite De Navarre
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Gardiner: Who could look on these monuments without reflecting on the vanity of mortals in thus Who could look on these monuments without reflecting on the vanity of mortals in thus offering up testimonials of their respect for persons of whose very names posterity is ignorant? — Marguerite Gardiner
Marguerite Sayings By Emmuska Orczy: In his mind he vaguely pondered whether he should strike that long-legged Englishman in the In his mind he vaguely pondered whether he should strike that long-legged Englishman in the face and call him a coward, or whether such conduct in a lady's presence might be deemed ungentlemanly, when Marguerite happily interposed. — Emmuska Orczy
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Yourcenar: Every new increase in the vast imperial organism seemed to me an unsound growth, like Every new increase in the vast imperial organism seemed to me an unsound growth, like a cancer or dropsical edema which would eventually cause our death. — Marguerite Yourcenar
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Kaye: You! That is what is behind this. Ever since you -- As if I didn't You! That is what is behind this. Ever since you -- As if I didn't have enough on my mind without having to lie awake thinking of you and your damned kisses and your damned questions. — Marguerite Kaye
Marguerite Sayings By Erica Jong: Not long ago, I reread Marguerite Yourcenar's Memoirs of Hadrian. I was amazed to discover Not long ago, I reread Marguerite Yourcenar's Memoirs of Hadrian. I was amazed to discover what she had written in her note about the difficult composition of the book
which had taken her many decades:
Another thing virtually impossible, to take a feminine character as a central figure ... Women's lives are much too limited or else too secret. If a woman does recount her own life she is promptly reproached for no longer being truly feminine.
We all struggle with this
still. The woman who chooses to write disguised as a male character is hoping to avoid the problem. But you cannot avoid the problem of being a woman. — Erica Jong
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Poland: Book learning and accomplishment in the world mean nothing if you do not have compassion, Book learning and accomplishment in the world mean nothing if you do not have compassion, Crispin. — Marguerite Poland
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite De Angeli: Each of us has his place in the world " he said. "If we cannot Each of us has his place in the world " he said. "If we cannot serve in one way there is always another. If we do what we are able a door always opens to something else. — Marguerite De Angeli
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Yourcenar: All his life long he had been amazed at the way ideas have of agglomerating, All his life long he had been amazed at the way ideas have of agglomerating, divorced from feeling, like crystals in strange, meaningless formations; and of growing like tumors, devouring the flesh that conceives them; or of assuming certain human lineaments, but in monstrous wise, like those inert masses to which some women give birth, and which are, after all, only the incoherent dreams of matter. He found that a goodly number of the mind's productions are no more than such deformed mooncalves. Other conceptions, less impure and more precise, forged as if by a master workman, make for illusion when viewed from afar; though commanding our admiration for their parallels and their angles, like intricate iron grills, they are nevertheless only bars behind which the understanding imprisons itself, abstract fetters already eaten into by the rust of false premises. — Marguerite Yourcenar
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Henry: When Allah created the horse, he said to the wind, I will that a creature When Allah created the horse, he said to the wind, I will that a creature proceed from thee. Condense thyself.And the wind condensed itself, and the result was the horse. — Marguerite Henry
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Yourcenar: Like everyone else I have at my disposal only three means of evaluating human existence: Like everyone else I have at my disposal only three means of evaluating human existence: the study of self, which is the most difficult and most dangerous method, but also the most fruitful; the observation of our fellowmen, who usually arrange to hide secrets where none exist; and books, with the particular errors of perspective to which they inevitably give rise. — Marguerite Yourcenar
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Kaye: She had always swum alone. She had never swum in the company of a man, She had always swum alone. She had never swum in the company of a man, and this man -- She dragged her eyes away again....
"Go in. I will follow you but don't look."
Jack laughed. "I never make promises I can't keep," he said. — Marguerite Kaye
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Yourcenar: I am not sure that the discovery of love is necessarily more exquisite than the I am not sure that the discovery of love is necessarily more exquisite than the discovery of poetry. — Marguerite Yourcenar
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Yourcenar: I will not fall. I have reached the center. I listen to the striking of I will not fall. I have reached the center. I listen to the striking of who knows what divine clock through the thin carnal wall of a life full of blood, of shudderings, and of breathings. I am near the mysterious kernel of things as one is sometimes near a heart at night. — Marguerite Yourcenar
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Yourcenar: The true birthplace is that wherein for the first time one looks intelligently upon oneself; The true birthplace is that wherein for the first time one looks intelligently upon oneself; my first homelands have been books, and to a lesser degree schools. — Marguerite Yourcenar
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Young: I've been willing to go for years without publishing. That's been my career. I've been willing to go for years without publishing. That's been my career. — Marguerite Young
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Duras: Men like women who write, even though they don't say so. A writer is a Men like women who write, even though they don't say so. A writer is a foreign country. — Marguerite Duras
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Moreau: I like working in any medium. Who's making it? How much do I like the I like working in any medium. Who's making it? How much do I like the story? Does it contribute something? — Marguerite Moreau
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Gardiner, Countess Of Blessington: Genius is the gold in the mine, talent is the miner who works and brings Genius is the gold in the mine, talent is the miner who works and brings it out. — Marguerite Gardiner, Countess Of Blessington
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Duras: Finally he hears something: he thinks it is the ebb and flow of the sea, Finally he hears something: he thinks it is the ebb and flow of the sea, the water crashing back into the abyss of salt. — Marguerite Duras
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Duras: My memory of men is never lit up and illuminated like my memory of women. My memory of men is never lit up and illuminated like my memory of women. — Marguerite Duras
Marguerite Sayings By Joey W. Hill: The strongest drive inside of a submissive, underneath all their emotional wounds, is for the The strongest drive inside of a submissive, underneath all their emotional wounds, is for the Master to push aside any curtains or walls they may have erected to separate them from their true self, the naked, vulnerable soul. Because that soul wants only one thing. Do you want to know what that is?"
< ... > "I don't want to know. That's not what the training's about."
"Wrong. That's what submissive training is all about. Getting past those shields so she feels truly bound to her Master, a part of him as he's a part of her. The ultimate connection, where thought isn't necessary. They're together in the most elemental and perfect way there is. She stared at him. "Let me go, Tyler. I can't do this." "You can. You will. — Joey W. Hill
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Duras: I've known you for years. Everyone says you were beautiful when you were young, but I've known you for years. Everyone says you were beautiful when you were young, but I want to tell you I think you're more beautiful now than then. Rather than your face as a young woman, I prefer your face as it is now. Ravaged. — Marguerite Duras
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Gardiner, Countess Of Blessington: When the sun shines on you, you see your friends. It requires sunshine to be When the sun shines on you, you see your friends. It requires sunshine to be seen by them to advantage! — Marguerite Gardiner, Countess Of Blessington
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Gardiner, Countess Of Blessington: Some people are capable of making great sacrifices, but few are capable of concealing how Some people are capable of making great sacrifices, but few are capable of concealing how much the effort has cost them; and it is this concealment that constitutes their value. — Marguerite Gardiner, Countess Of Blessington
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Duras: A book consists of two layers: on top, the readable layer ... and underneath, a A book consists of two layers: on top, the readable layer ... and underneath, a layer that was inaccessible. You only sense its existence in a moment of distraction from the literal reading, the way you see childhood through a child. It would take forever to tell what you see, and it would be pointless. — Marguerite Duras
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Yourcenar: It is not difficult to nourish admirable thoughts when the stars are present. It is not difficult to nourish admirable thoughts when the stars are present. — Marguerite Yourcenar
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Kaye: There is nothing more effective in igniting a man's desire than a woman's passion. To There is nothing more effective in igniting a man's desire than a woman's passion. To see the fire in your eyes, to feel the fire in your blood as you touch me, it sets me on fire too. Do you imagine I would prefer to kiss a woman who responds only with -- with compliance? No, I would not. No red-blooded man would. Never apologize for passion. Restraint, Julia, has no place in lovemaking. — Marguerite Kaye
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Gardiner: Happiness consists not in having much, but in being content with little. Happiness consists not in having much, but in being content with little. — Marguerite Gardiner
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Yourcenar: Of all our games, love's play is the only one which threatens to unsettle the Of all our games, love's play is the only one which threatens to unsettle the soul ... — Marguerite Yourcenar
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Yourcenar: Every hour has its immediate duty, its special injunction which dominates all others ... Every hour has its immediate duty, its special injunction which dominates all others ... — Marguerite Yourcenar
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Yourcenar: Human beings betray their worst failings when they marvel to find that a world ruler Human beings betray their worst failings when they marvel to find that a world ruler is neither foolishly indolent, presumptuous, nor cruel. — Marguerite Yourcenar
Marguerite Sayings By Lynsay Sands: Inez, I'm sorry," Thomas said quietly, his expression earnest. "I had no choice. You were Inez, I'm sorry," Thomas said quietly, his expression earnest. "I had no choice. You were dying, and besides you agreed to the turn the night before. Didn't you?" He frowned and muttered, "Of course, it was right after you'd nearly drowned and you might not have really understood what was going on at the time. Do you even love me? You nodded to that too, but ... " He raised his head and said solemnly, "I'm sorry if you're upset about being turned, but I'm not sorry for doing it. Because whether you love me or not, Inez, I love you. You're strong, and brilliant and sweet and have a strength I've never seen in other women. This last week you've done whatever was required of you to help find Marguerite without complaint or allowing fear to stop you, even going so far as being the bait in the trap." He scowled and then admitted, "Though I have to say I thought that was rather foolish. I was really pissed at you for putting your life at risk like that. — Lynsay Sands
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Gardiner, Countess Of Blessington: Reason dissipates the illusions of life, but does not console us for their departure. Reason dissipates the illusions of life, but does not console us for their departure. — Marguerite Gardiner, Countess Of Blessington
Marguerite Sayings By Joey W. Hill: We forget that sometimes there is something greater than our pain. That's the pain of We forget that sometimes there is something greater than our pain. That's the pain of the person who loves us, who couldn't protect us from that pain. — Joey W. Hill
Marguerite Sayings By Oscar Wilde: I asked her whether, like Marguerite de Navarre, she had their hearts embalmed and hung I asked her whether, like Marguerite de Navarre, she had their hearts embalmed and hung at her girdle. She told me she didn't, because none of them had had any hearts at all. — Oscar Wilde
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Gardiner, Countess Of Blessington: Women excel more in literary judgment than in literary production,they are better critics than authors. Women excel more in literary judgment than in literary production,
they are better critics than authors. — Marguerite Gardiner, Countess Of Blessington
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite De Navarre: Blessed ... is he who has it in his power to do evil, yet does Blessed ... is he who has it in his power to do evil, yet does it not. — Marguerite De Navarre
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Moreau: We had two cameras, so they could turn it on and shoot as much as We had two cameras, so they could turn it on and shoot as much as we wanted. You don't have to worry about wasting money on film. A lot more takes are possible. — Marguerite Moreau
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Duras: He says he's lonely, horribly lonely because of this love he feels for her. She He says he's lonely, horribly lonely because of this love he feels for her. She says she's lonely too. She doesn't say why. — Marguerite Duras
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Young: The first money I ever had was when I received an award from the American The first money I ever had was when I received an award from the American Association of University Women. — Marguerite Young
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Duras: What she tells the Japanese is this lost opportunity which has made her what she What she tells the Japanese is this lost opportunity which has made her what she is.
The story she tells of this lost opportunity literally transports her outside herself and carries her toward this new man.
To give oneself, body and soul, that's it. — Marguerite Duras
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Gardiner, Countess Of Blessington: The future: A consolation for those who have no other. The future: A consolation for those who have no other. — Marguerite Gardiner, Countess Of Blessington
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite De Navarre: Spite will make a woman do more than love. Spite will make a woman do more than love. — Marguerite De Navarre
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Duras: I often think of the image only I can see now, and of which I've I often think of the image only I can see now, and of which I've never spoken. It's always there, in the same silence, amazing. It's the only image of myself I like, the only one in which I recognize myself, in which I delight — Marguerite Duras
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Moreau: I'm doing my work in an environment that's ultimately about dollars and cents. I'm doing my work in an environment that's ultimately about dollars and cents. — Marguerite Moreau
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Duras: Paradoxically, the freedom of Paris is associated with a persistent belief that nothing ever changes. Paradoxically, the freedom of Paris is associated with a persistent belief that nothing ever changes. Paris, they say, is the city that changes least. After an absence of twenty or thirty years, one still recognizes it.
(Tourists in Paris) — Marguerite Duras
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Duras: I meet you. I remember you. Who are you? You're destroying me. You're good for I meet you. I remember you. Who are you? You're destroying me. You're good for me. How could I know this city was tailor-made for love? How could I know you fit my body like a glove? I like you. How unlikely. I like you. How slow all of a sudden. How sweet. You cannot know. You're destroying me. You're good for me. You're destroying me. You're good for me. I have time. Please, devour me. Deform me to the point of ugliness. Why not you? Why not you in this city and in this night, so like other cities and other nights you can hardly tell the difference? I beg of you. — Marguerite Duras
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Duras: Our mothers always remain the strangest, craziest people we've ever met. Our mothers always remain the strangest, craziest people we've ever met. — Marguerite Duras
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Duras: I seldom read on beaches or in gardens. You can't read by two lights at I seldom read on beaches or in gardens. You can't read by two lights at once, the light of day and the light of the book. You should read by electric light, the room in shadow, and only the page lit up. — Marguerite Duras
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Young: All my writing is about the recognition that there is no single reality. But the All my writing is about the recognition that there is no single reality. But the beauty of it is that you nevertheless go on, walking towards utopia, which may not exist, on a bridge which might end before you reach the other side. — Marguerite Young
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Yourcenar: Age means nothing. If anything I feel that I'm still a child: eternity and childhood Age means nothing. If anything I feel that I'm still a child: eternity and childhood are my ages. — Marguerite Yourcenar
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Moreau: There's an easygoing nature that comes with a perspective of things that aren't as important There's an easygoing nature that comes with a perspective of things that aren't as important as we make them sometimes. — Marguerite Moreau
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Young: I believe that all my work explores the human desire or obsession for utopias, and I believe that all my work explores the human desire or obsession for utopias, and the structure of all my works is the search for utopias lost and rediscovered. — Marguerite Young
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Gardiner: We never respect those who amuse us, however we may smile at their comic powers. We never respect those who amuse us, however we may smile at their comic powers. — Marguerite Gardiner
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Duras: It was the men I deceived the most that I loved the most. It was the men I deceived the most that I loved the most. — Marguerite Duras
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite De Angeli: Gilds the crenelated towers of the churches here and there, Intensifies the hue of flowers Gilds the crenelated towers of the churches here and there, Intensifies the hue of flowers makes thy lovely face more fair. — Marguerite De Angeli
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Duras: I suddenly remember something I've been told about fear. That amid a hail of machine I suddenly remember something I've been told about fear. That amid a hail of machine gun fire you notice the existence of your skin. — Marguerite Duras
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Duras: For that's what a woman, a mother wants - to teach her children to take For that's what a woman, a mother wants - to teach her children to take an interest in life. She knows it's safer for them to be interested in other people's happiness than to believe in their own. — Marguerite Duras
Marguerite Sayings By Joey W. Hill: What type of flavor do you think I prefer?" She cocked her head. "The subtle, What type of flavor do you think I prefer?"
She cocked her head. "The subtle, the delicately made. You're the type of person who wants the mystery inside the flower bud."
I can still appreciate the different nuances of the stronger flavors." He studied the orchid in the center of the table. "With the very delicate, you sculpt something down to such a whisper of form, there's nothing else it can be. It's in strength you find surprises, variation. — Joey W. Hill
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Yourcenar: Once I had thought chiefly of the man of letters, the traveler, the poet, the Once I had thought chiefly of the man of letters, the traveler, the poet, the lover; none of that had faded, to be sure, but now for the first time I could see among all those figures, standing out with great clarity of line, the most official and yet the most hidden form of all, that of the emperor. The fact of having lived in a world which is toppling around us had taught me the importance of the Prince. — Marguerite Yourcenar
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Henry: If you look close ... you can see that the wild critters have 'No Trespassing' If you look close ... you can see that the wild critters have 'No Trespassing' signs tacked up on every pine tree. — Marguerite Henry
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Yourcenar: It is not by blood, anyhow, that man's true continuity is established: Alexander's direct heir It is not by blood, anyhow, that man's true continuity is established: Alexander's direct heir is Caesar, and not the frail infant born of a Persian princess in an Asiatic citadel; Epaminondas, dying without issue, was right to boast that he had Victories for daughters. — Marguerite Yourcenar
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Yourcenar: I have never seasoned a truth with the sauce of a lie in order to I have never seasoned a truth with the sauce of a lie in order to digest it more easily. — Marguerite Yourcenar
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Duras: I think about you. But I don't say it anymore. I think about you. But I don't say it anymore. — Marguerite Duras
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Moreau: Miramax can buy a small independent movie that isn't very good, but because it has Miramax can buy a small independent movie that isn't very good, but because it has great relationships with different theaters, it can get into a big theater. — Marguerite Moreau
Marguerite Sayings By Claudia Gray: Paul looks like he'd rather just go home and make out in the kitchen; I Paul looks like he'd rather just go home and make out in the kitchen; I would agree, except that I know my Dad is likely to be in there with his laptop, listening to the Beatles music as he catches up on all the Facebook "in memoriam" posts in his honor. Total mood-killer. — Claudia Gray
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Duras: What she said was always strange. It had happened long ago. It seemed insignificant. And What she said was always strange. It had happened long ago. It seemed insignificant. And yet it was something you remembered forever. The words as well as the story. The voice as much as the words. — Marguerite Duras
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Gardiner, Countess Of Blessington: Those who are formed to win general admiration are seldom calculated to bestow individual happiness. Those who are formed to win general admiration are seldom calculated to bestow individual happiness. — Marguerite Gardiner, Countess Of Blessington
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Gardiner, Countess Of Blessington: There is no cosmetic like happiness There is no cosmetic like happiness — Marguerite Gardiner, Countess Of Blessington
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Yourcenar: Morals are a matter of private agreement; decency is of public concern. Morals are a matter of private agreement; decency is of public concern. — Marguerite Yourcenar
Marguerite Sayings By Marguerite Gardiner, Countess Of Blessington: Our weaknesses are the indigenous produce of our characters; but our strength is the forced Our weaknesses are the indigenous produce of our characters; but our strength is the forced fruit. — Marguerite Gardiner, Countess Of Blessington