Pooka's Famous Quotes & Sayings

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19 Pooka's Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Pooka's Sayings By Jason Newsted: A couple years ago I was going to back off and actually thought about retiring, A couple years ago I was going to back off and actually thought about retiring, but it keeps calling me back, and I'm going to keep going back as long as it calls me. I really think it has something to do with the good vibes that I feel I've spread through my performance and through the time that I've spent with fans. — Jason Newsted
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Pooka's Sayings By Lisa Kleypas: He has eyes of yellow fire, a stride that clears mountains, and he speaks in He has eyes of yellow fire, a stride that clears mountains, and he speaks in a human voice as deep as a cave. At midnight, he may stop in front of your house and call out your name if he wants to take you for a ride. If you go with him, he'll fly you across earth and oceans ... and if you ever return, your life will never be the same. — Lisa Kleypas
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Pooka's Sayings By Gillian Jacobs: I wasn't necessarily looking to do comedy on TV, but I don't think it's an I wasn't necessarily looking to do comedy on TV, but I don't think it's an accident that I ended up on 'Community.' — Gillian Jacobs
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Pooka's Sayings By Linda Howard: He snorted. "They were probably scared.""Scared!" For some reason, that hurt, just a little. She He snorted. "They were probably scared."
"Scared!" For some reason, that hurt, just a little. She felt her lower lip wobble. "I'm not that bad, am I?"
"Worse," he said cheerfully. "You're hell on wheels. You're just lucky I like hot rods — Linda Howard
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Pooka's Sayings By Janet Evanovich: My mother was about three feet from Pooka. She threw herself forward, grabbed hold of My mother was about three feet from Pooka. She threw herself forward, grabbed hold of his shirt, and they both went down to the ground. They rolled around a little and by the time I reached them, my mother was on top, punching Pooka in the face. "She's beating the crap out of him," Lula said. "Way to go, Mrs. P. — Janet Evanovich
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Pooka's Sayings By Isaac Asimov: There is nothing frightening about an eternal dreamless sleep. Surely it is better than eternal There is nothing frightening about an eternal dreamless sleep. Surely it is better than eternal torment in Hell and eternal boredom in Heaven. — Isaac Asimov
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Pooka's Sayings By Charles Haddon Spurgeon: A prayerless soul is a Christless soul. Prayer is the lisping of the believing infant, A prayerless soul is a Christless soul. Prayer is the lisping of the believing infant, the shout of the fighting believer, the requiem of the dying saint falling asleep in Jesus. It is the breath, the watchword, the comfort, the strength, the honour of a Christian. If thou be a child of God, thou wilt seek thy Father's face, and live in thy Father's love. Pray that this year thou mayst be holy, humble, zealous, and patient; have closer communion with Christ, — Charles Haddon Spurgeon
Pooka's Sayings By Peter S. Beagle: This creature is the Pooka. Pay no mind to the shape he wears, for he's This creature is the Pooka. Pay no mind to the shape he wears, for he's none of his own, and no soul either. Ware him ever, trust him never, but when the wind's right he has his uses. Never forget that you will never know him. The Pooka's mystery even to the Pooka. — Peter S. Beagle
Pooka's Sayings By Abraham Joshua Heschel: Those of faith who plant sacred thoughts in the uplands of time, the secret gardeners Those of faith who plant sacred thoughts in the uplands of time, the secret gardeners of the Lord in mankind's desolate hopes, may slacken and tarry but rarely betray their vocation. — Abraham Joshua Heschel
Pooka's Sayings By Ellen Goodman: Age is an accumulation of life and loss. Adulthood is a series of lines crossed. Age is an accumulation of life and loss. Adulthood is a series of lines crossed. — Ellen Goodman
Pooka's Sayings By Chuck Palahniuk: If we can forgive what has been done to us ... If we can forgive If we can forgive what has been done to us ...
If we can forgive what we've done to others ...
If we can leave all of our stories behind. Our being
villians or victims.
Only then can we maybe rescue the world.
But we still sit here, waiting to be saved. While we're
still victims, hoping to be discovered while we suffer. — Chuck Palahniuk
Pooka's Sayings By Alice Bag: If Jesus himself, or Mohammed, or Buddha spoke to me personally and said that women If Jesus himself, or Mohammed, or Buddha spoke to me personally and said that women are inferior to men, I would still reject that as false dogma because I know with every ounce of my being that this is not true. — Alice Bag
Pooka's Sayings By Jeff Bezos: You want to look at what other companies are doing. It's very important not to You want to look at what other companies are doing. It's very important not to be hermetically sealed. But you don't want to look at it as if, 'OK, we're going to copy that.' You want to look at it and say, 'That's very interesting. What can we be inspired to do as a result of that?' And then put your own unique twist on it. — Jeff Bezos
Pooka's Sayings By Karen Kincy: I always find grocery stores surreal. Fluorescent lights buzzing overhead, wide aisles tempting me to I always find grocery stores surreal. Fluorescent lights buzzing overhead, wide aisles tempting me to run, vivid ads tugging my gaze this way and that. It seems so far removed from actually eating. Sometimes I have a strange impulse to climb shelves or rip open packaging and taste everything. But I mustn't succumb to pooka mischief. — Karen Kincy
Pooka's Sayings By Rachana Shakyawar: Some choices we make for people around and some decisions we take for thyself! Some choices we make for people around and some decisions we take for thyself! — Rachana Shakyawar
Pooka's Sayings By Herman Melville: Implacable I, the implacable Sea; Implacable most when most I smile serene- Pleased, not appeased, Implacable I, the implacable Sea; Implacable most when most I smile serene- Pleased, not appeased, by myriad wrecks in me. — Herman Melville
Pooka's Sayings By Dean Koontz: It seems reckless, even perverse, to spend so much time and effort nurturing such a It seems reckless, even perverse, to spend so much time and effort nurturing such a deadly thing ... Ernie and Pooka seek to understand death and to master their fear of it by domesticating it in the form of the brugmansia. — Dean Koontz
Pooka's Sayings By W.B.Yeats: On November Eve they are at their gloomiest, for according to the old Gaelic reckoning, On November Eve they are at their gloomiest, for according to the old Gaelic reckoning, this is the first night of winter. This night they dance with the ghosts, and the pooka is abroad, and witches make their spells, and girls set a table with food in the name of the devil, that the fetch of their future lover may come through the window and eat of the food. After November Eve the blackberries are no longer wholesome, for the pooka has spoiled them. — W.B.Yeats
Pooka's Sayings By Michelle Alexander: The American Dilemma, The American Dilemma, — Michelle Alexander