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35 Slants Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Slants Sayings By Rebecca Stott: On July 29, six days after I had arrived in Paris, Fin and I moved On July 29, six days after I had arrived in Paris, Fin and I moved into the new lodgings on the top floor of the hotel next door, where, beyond the pigeons who occupied the window ledge, you could see the turrets of Notre Dame. The concierge told us not to feed the birds, but we gave them our stale bread just the same, and so our flock became a feathered multitude, pushing and shoving one another behind the cracked glass. In the afternoons the light seemed to have feathers in it. — Rebecca Stott
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Slants Sayings By Emily Dickinson: We do not play on GravesBecause there isn't RoomBesides - it isn't even - it We do not play on Graves
Because there isn't Room
Besides - it isn't even - it slants
And People come
And put a Flower on it
And hang their faces so
We're fearing that their Hearts will drop
And crush our pretty play
And so we move as far
As Enemies - away
Just looking round to see how far
It is - Occasionally - — Emily Dickinson
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Slants Sayings By Simon S. Tam: I believe that reappropriation can be a powerful tool for creating social change. Sometimes, things I believe that reappropriation can be a powerful tool for creating social change. Sometimes, things like irony, satire, or humor are more effective in getting at difficult truths or concepts like white privilege, orientalism, and the exoticization of culture. — Simon S. Tam
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Slants Sayings By Stormie O'martian: When you're struggling, or doubting, or fearful, or feel as if your foundation has crumbled, When you're struggling, or doubting, or fearful, or feel as if your foundation has crumbled, don't ever underestimate the power of praise! Don't just think about it. Do it. Pull out all the stops. Make praise your first response to fearful situations in your life. God wants us to praise Him at all times, but especially when we are afraid or discouraged. When we do, not only will He take away our fear, but He will also give us joy (Psalm 34:1-5). Fear will tell you things that are not God's truth for your life. Fear denies that God's presence is powerful and fully active in your life. It cancels all hope and faith in God's desire to work in your behalf. But the truth is that faith, prayer, praise, and the Word of God will conquer your every fear. — Stormie O'martian
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Slants Sayings By Jesse Helms: I've been portrayed as a caveman by some. That's not true. I'm a conservative progressive, I've been portrayed as a caveman by some. That's not true. I'm a conservative progressive, and that means I think all men are equal, be they slants, beaners, or niggers. — Jesse Helms
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Slants Sayings By Marcel Proust: Sometimes, on days when the weather was beyond redemption, mere residence in the house, situated Sometimes, on days when the weather was beyond redemption, mere residence in the house, situated in the midst of a steady and continuous rain, had all the gliding ease, the soothing silence, the interest of a sea voyage; another time, on a bright day, to lie still in bed was to let the lights and shadows play around me as round a tree trunk. — Marcel Proust
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Slants Sayings By Lisa Renee Jones: His hands come down on my face. "There are a lot of things I want His hands come down on my face. "There are a lot of things I want to do to you, Ella, but I promise you, killing you isn't one of them." His mouth slants over mine, his tongue delving deep, and I want to resist. I do. I try. But his lips are warm when mine are cold, and the taste of him, passion and fire, and yes, demand, burns through me, tempting me, taking me. And for just a moment, I can't seem to help myself. I want to be possessed by this man. I want to be consumed, so I kiss him back. I kiss him like it's my last kiss, because maybe it is. — Lisa Renee Jones
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Slants Sayings By Ella Wheeler Wilcox: Who climbs the mountain does not always climb.The winding road slants downward many a time;Yet Who climbs the mountain does not always climb.The winding road slants downward many a time;Yet each descent is higher than the last. — Ella Wheeler Wilcox
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Slants Sayings By Jude Morgan: Emily's world fascinates and disturbs: in it you can touch thick Yorkshire speech, and moorland Emily's world fascinates and disturbs: in it you can touch thick Yorkshire speech, and moorland rain slants across your mind with a smell of mossy limestone and yet you are not at home, you might almost be in Gondal or Angria except the towers and the dungeons are of the spirit, the dungeons especially; and sometimes when Emily reads out in her low, almost guttural voice Charlotte wants to run but can't think why or where she would run to. — Jude Morgan
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Slants Sayings By Marcel Proust: At daybreak, my face still turned to the wall, and before I had seen above At daybreak, my face still turned to the wall, and before I had seen above the big window-curtains what shade of colour the first streaks of light assumed, I could already tell what the weather was like. The first sounds from the street had told me, according to whether they came to my ears deadened and distorted by the moisture of the atmosphere or quivering like arrows in the resonant, empty expanses of a spacious, frosty, pure morning; as soon as I heard the rumble of the first tramcar, I could tell whether it was sodden with rain or setting forth into the blue. — Marcel Proust
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Slants Sayings By Benjamin M. Strozykowski: I did this.The sudden reality of the situation sets in and I know that not I did this.
The sudden reality of the situation sets in and I know that not only will I kill again, but I have doomed this poor soul to a life in the shadows, stalking his prey by the silver light of the full moon.
The corners of my mouth slants toward the heavens and I am smiling. — Benjamin M. Strozykowski
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Slants Sayings By Annie Dillard: I like the slants of light; I'm a collector. I like the slants of light; I'm a collector. — Annie Dillard
Slants Sayings By Calvin Johnson: I like to run the slants. The slants are cool. I like routes that you I like to run the slants. The slants are cool. I like routes that you can catch the ball running. — Calvin Johnson
Slants Sayings By T. S. Eliot: The eastern light our spires touch at morning, The light that slants upon our western The eastern light our spires touch at morning, The light that slants upon our western doors at evening, The twilight over stagnant pools at batflight, Moon light and star light, owl and moth light, Glow-worm glowlight on a grassblade. O Light Invisible, we worship Thee! — T. S. Eliot
Slants Sayings By Lauren Oliver: I tear down Baxter, which loops around the last mile down to Back Cove.And then I tear down Baxter, which loops around the last mile down to Back Cove.
And then I stop short. The buildings have fallen away behind me, giving way to ramshackle sheds, sparsely situated on either side of the cracked and run-down road. Beyond that, a short strip of tall, weedy grass slants down toward the cove.
The water is an enormous mirror, tipped with pink and gold from the sky. In that single, blazing moment as I come around the bend, the sun - curved over the dip of the horizon like a solid gold archway - lets out its final winking rays of light, shattering the darkness of the water, turning everything white for a fraction of a second, and then falls away, sinking, dragging the pink and the red and the purple out of the sky with it, all the color bleeding away instantly and leaving only dark.
Alex was right. It was gorgeous - one of the best I've ever seen. — Lauren Oliver
Slants Sayings By Marcel Proust: Our shadows, now parallel, now close together and joined, traced an exquisite pattern at our Our shadows, now parallel, now close together and joined, traced an exquisite pattern at our feet. — Marcel Proust
Slants Sayings By Katherine Heigl: I'm a huge romantic comedy fan and have been in this business for 17 years I'm a huge romantic comedy fan and have been in this business for 17 years and I think for all 17 I'd hoped and dreamed and wished to some day be in a romantic comedy myself. — Katherine Heigl
Slants Sayings By Robin S. Sharma: To cultivate the sacredness and sanctity of each day, serve others in some way. To cultivate the sacredness and sanctity of each day, serve others in some way. — Robin S. Sharma
Slants Sayings By George Clooney: Who would name their kid Jack with the last words 'off' at the end of Who would name their kid Jack with the last words 'off' at the end of the last name? No wonder that guy is screwed up. — George Clooney
Slants Sayings By Jean Renoir: Everyone has his reasons. Everyone has his reasons. — Jean Renoir
Slants Sayings By John Kenneth Galbraith: Private enterprise did not get us atomic energy. Private enterprise did not get us atomic energy. — John Kenneth Galbraith
Slants Sayings By Tim Winton: Will you look at us by the river! The whole restless mob of us on Will you look at us by the river! The whole restless mob of us on spread blankets in the dreamy briny sunshine skylarking and chiacking about for one day, one clear, clean, sweet day in a good world in the midst of our living. Yachts run before an unfelt gust with bagnecked pelicans riding above them, the city their twitching backdrop, all blocks and points of mirror light down to the water's edge. — Tim Winton
Slants Sayings By Thiruvalluvar: Cling to the One who clings to nothing;And so clinging, cease to cling. Cling to the One who clings to nothing;
And so clinging, cease to cling. — Thiruvalluvar
Slants Sayings By Toni Morrison: I don't wait to be struck by lightning and I don't need certain slants of I don't wait to be struck by lightning and I don't need certain slants of light in order to be able to write. — Toni Morrison
Slants Sayings By E.B. White: I have yet to see a piece of writing, political or non-political, that doesn't have I have yet to see a piece of writing, political or non-political, that doesn't have a slant. All writing slants the way a writer leans, and no man is born perpendicular, although many men are born upright. — E.B. White
Slants Sayings By T. S. Eliot: O Light Invisible, we praise Thee! Too bright for mortal vision. O Greater Light, we O Light Invisible, we praise Thee!
Too bright for mortal vision.
O Greater Light, we praise Thee for the less;
The eastern light our spires touch at morning,
The light that slants upon our western doors at evening,
The twilight over stagnant pools at batflight,
Moon light and star light, owl and moth light,
Glow-worm glowlight on a grassblade.
O Light Invisible, we worship Thee!
We thank Thee for the light that we have kindled,
The light of altar and of sanctuary;
Small lights of those who meditate at midnight
And lights directed through the coloured panes of windows
And light reflected from the polished stone,
The gilded carven wood, the coloured fresco.
Our gaze is submarine, our eyes look upward
And see the light that fractures through unquiet water.
We see the light but see not whence it comes.
O Light Invisible, we glorify Thee! — T. S. Eliot
Slants Sayings By Carl Phillips: The sea/the same then as now: more blear than blue, more/blue than silver The sea/the same then as now: more blear than blue, more/blue than silver — Carl Phillips
Slants Sayings By Henry James: We are far from liking London well enough till we like its defects: the dense We are far from liking London well enough till we like its defects: the dense darkness of much of its winter, the soot on the chimney-pots and everywhere else, the early lamplight, the brown blur of the houses, the splashing of hansoms in Oxford Street or the Strand on December afternoons.
There is still something that recalls to me the enchantment of children - the anticipation of Christmas, the delight of a holiday walk - in the way the shop-fronts shine into the fog. It makes each of them seem a little world of light and warmth, and I can still waste time in looking at them with dirty Bloomsbury on one side and dirtier Soho on the other. — Henry James
Slants Sayings By John Crowley: She wondered whether her head were so big as to be able to contain all She wondered whether her head were so big as to be able to contain all this starry universe, or whether the universe were so little that it would fit within the compass of her human head. — John Crowley
Slants Sayings By Rob Zombie: People just like the thrill of anything. Dangerous things and dark things are exciting. Like People just like the thrill of anything. Dangerous things and dark things are exciting. Like as a kid, I knew I wasn't going to get killed if I went into the Haunted House but you kind of feel like you are. And when it comes out the track the other side, it's like, "we're still alive"! And I find it really funny when adults get really scared because I've not been really scared since I saw Jaws when I was a little kid. I just think people like the thrill of it, they like to feel like they accomplished something, that they survived the movie. — Rob Zombie
Slants Sayings By John Berryman: The marker slants, flowerless, day's almost done, I stand above my father's grave with rage, The marker slants, flowerless, day's almost done,
I stand above my father's grave with rage,
often, often before
I've made this awful pilgrimage to one
who cannot visit me, who tore his page
out: I come back for more,
I spit upon this dreadful banker's grave
who shot his heart out in a Florida dawn
O ho alas alas
When will indifference come, I moan & rave
I'd like to scrabble till I got right down
away down under the grass
and ax the casket open ha to see
just how he's taking it, which he sought so hard
we'll tear apart
the mouldering grave clothes ha then Henry
will heft the ax once more, his final card,
and fell it on the start. — John Berryman
Slants Sayings By Huntley Fitzpatrick: Tim, I'd chew you up and spit you out." She slants forward, yanks the straps Tim, I'd chew you up and spit you out." She slants forward, yanks the straps of her bikini behind her neck, ties them, and settles back. God. I almost can't breathe.
But I can talk.
I can always talk.
"We could progress to that, Alice. But maybe we start with some gentle nibbling?"
Alice shuts her eyes, opens them again, and gives me an indecipherable look.
"Why don't I scare you?" she asks.
"You do. You're scary as hell," I assure her. "But that works for me. Completely. — Huntley Fitzpatrick
Slants Sayings By Theodore M. Burton: We are not set apart to rule, but chosen and set apart to serve. We are not set apart to rule, but chosen and set apart to serve. — Theodore M. Burton
Slants Sayings By Flann O'Brien: Tuesday had come down through Dundrum and Foster Avenue, brine-fresh from sea-travel, a corn-yellow sun-drench Tuesday had come down through Dundrum and Foster Avenue, brine-fresh from sea-travel, a corn-yellow sun-drench that called forth the bees at an incustomary hour to their day of bumbling. Small house-flies performed brightly in the embrasures of the windows, whirling without fear on imaginary trapezes in the lime-light of the sun-slants. — Flann O'Brien
Slants Sayings By Steve Stockman: Let the systematic theologian spell it out. Let the artists throw out thoughts and slants, Let the systematic theologian spell it out. Let the artists throw out thoughts and slants, maybe even slants no one else has thought of. They should give another view of something familiar to help us learn more about it. They should deal with love, life, good, evil, God, the world and faith. Many of the biblical writers were poets more than they were theologians. Poets and prophets ranted and raved, and storytellers wrote great yarns that all had different slants on God and life and faith. Perhaps the poet's absence from the Church for many centuries has left it deprived of much insight. — Steve Stockman