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Smothered Love Sayings By Benjamin Harrison: In the old Republican days the subject of slavery and of the saving of the In the old Republican days the subject of slavery and of the saving of the Union made appeals to the consciences and liberty-loving instincts of the people. These later years have been full of talk about commerce and dinner pails, but I feel sure that the American conscience and the American love of liberty have not been smothered. They will break through this crust of sordidness and realize that those only keep their liberties who accord liberty to others. — Benjamin Harrison
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Smothered Love Sayings By Amanda Lance: She seemed fixed into a trance when he laid her down, his hand bracing her She seemed fixed into a trance when he laid her down, his hand bracing her head as he smothered her in kisses. — Amanda Lance
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Smothered Love Sayings By Ginnifer Goodwin: My grandmother lives on a farm. And growing up, I assumed that the animals that My grandmother lives on a farm. And growing up, I assumed that the animals that I was eating and the animals that I was wearing all came from farms like my grandmother's. They all had names, they were all smothered with love, and they all lived to be very old. — Ginnifer Goodwin
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Smothered Love Sayings By John Steinbeck: American cities are like badger holes, ringed with trashall of themsurrounded by piles of wrecked American cities are like badger holes, ringed with trash
all of them
surrounded by piles of wrecked and rusting automobiles, and almost smothered in rubbish. Everything we use comes in boxes, cartons, bins, the so-called packaging we love so much. The mountain of things we throw away are much greater than the things we use. — John Steinbeck
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Smothered Love Sayings By Lani Woodland: I stopped at a red light, turned my head, and allowed myself to enjoy the I stopped at a red light, turned my head, and allowed myself to enjoy the handsomeness that was Brent.
He noticed my staring and asked, "What?"
"As if you don't know. You're not the type of guy that a girl gets tired of looking at."
"Oh. Well in that case, you're welcome to look all you want," he said and gestured to himself. "You're allowed to touch, too." He wiggled his eyebrows suggestively.
I lowered my voice into its sexy-husky range. "I was hoping you'd say that." With my flirtiest look on my face, I rubbed my hand slowly up his arm and then pinched him firmly on the shoulder.
"Ow!" Brent rubbed his shoulder and grinned. "Not what I had in mind! — Lani Woodland
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Smothered Love Sayings By William Temple: There cannot live a more unhappy creature than an ill-natured old man, who is neither There cannot live a more unhappy creature than an ill-natured old man, who is neither capable of receiving pleasures, nor sensible of conferring them on others. — William Temple
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Smothered Love Sayings By Deana Carter: I love Nashville, and I love the South, but on a professional level, I had I love Nashville, and I love the South, but on a professional level, I had started feeling smothered by the Nashville way of doing things. — Deana Carter
Smothered Love Sayings By Hector Elizondo: I started in radio, again accidentally. I wasn't looking for this kind of work at I started in radio, again accidentally. I wasn't looking for this kind of work at all. — Hector Elizondo
Smothered Love Sayings By Claudio Magris: It is comforting that travel should have an architecture, and that it is possible to It is comforting that travel should have an architecture, and that it is possible to contribute a few stones to it, although the traveller is less like one who constructs landscapes
for that is a sedentary task
than like one who destroys them ... But even destruction is a form of architecture, a deconstruction that follows certain rules and calculations, an art of disassembling and reassembling, or of creating another and different order. — Claudio Magris
Smothered Love Sayings By Lauren Oliver: Now I'd rather be infected with love for the tiniest sliver of a second than Now I'd rather be infected with love for the tiniest sliver of a second than live a hundred years smothered by a lie. — Lauren Oliver
Smothered Love Sayings By Malcolm Gladwell: Hey hey its Brooke im 12 and having trouble my teacher told me to get Hey hey its Brooke im 12 and having trouble my teacher told me to get on here sooo yaaa see ya soon pic uplaodin soon!!!!!!!!!!!! — Malcolm Gladwell
Smothered Love Sayings By Stevie Ray Vaughan: What I am trying to get across to you; is please take of yourselves and What I am trying to get across to you; is please take of yourselves and those that you love; because that is what we are hear for, that's all we got, and that is all we can take with us. Are you with me? — Stevie Ray Vaughan
Smothered Love Sayings By Ellen Glasgow: The surest way of winning love is to look as if you didn't need it. The surest way of winning love is to look as if you didn't need it. — Ellen Glasgow
Smothered Love Sayings By Derek Landy: Found something?""No, sorry. I thought I had, but, no, it turned out to be, uh Found something?"
"No, sorry. I thought I had, but, no, it turned out to be, uh ... more floor. — Derek Landy
Smothered Love Sayings By Nicholas Gannon: If someone tells you they love turkey smothered with cranberry sauce, that they love it If someone tells you they love turkey smothered with cranberry sauce, that they love it more than anything else in the world, you might spend the day roasting that someone a turkey and smothering it with cranberry sauce. If that same someone then takes one little bite and says, 'That'll be all, thank you,' you'll likely go red in the face and hurl both these turkeys our the nearest window because clearly, this person never loved turkey smothered with cranberry sauce in the first place.
Little bites are never enough when you love something. When you love something, you want it all. That's how it works. And that's how it was for Archer. Archer didn't want a little taste of adventure with a side of leftover discoveries. Archer wanted the whole turkey and he wanted it stuffed with enough salts and spices to turn his taste buds into sparklers. — Nicholas Gannon
Smothered Love Sayings By Jean Vanier: Community as belonging ... Each person with his or her history of being accepted or Community as belonging ...
Each person with his or her history of being accepted or rejected, with his or her past history of inner pain and difficulties in relationships with parents, is different. But in each one there is a yearning for communion and belonging, but at the same time a fear of it. Love is what we want, yet it is what we fear the most. Love makes us vulnerable and open, but then we can be hurt through rejection and separation. We may crave for love, but then be frightened of losing our liberty and creativity. We want to belong to a group, but we fear a certain death in the group because we may not be seen as unique. We want love, but fear the dependence and commitment it implies; we fear being used, manipulated, smothered and spoiled. We are all so ambivalent toward love, communion and belonging. — Jean Vanier
Smothered Love Sayings By Theodore Sturgeon: He let a vision of April grow and fill the world. ( ... ) He He let a vision of April grow and fill the world. ( ... ) He saw April at the spaceport, holding him in the dark shadows of the blockhouse while the sky flamed above them. We'll go out like that soon, soon, Tod. Squeeze me, squeeze me ... Ah, he'd said, who needs a ship?
Another April, part of her in a dim light as she sat writing; her hair, a crescent of light loving her cheek, a band of it on her brow; then she had seen him and turned, rising, smothered his first word with her mouth. Another April wanting to smile, waiting; and April asleep, and once April sobbing because she could not find a special word to tell him what she felt for him ... — Theodore Sturgeon
Smothered Love Sayings By Tim O'Brien: ... he wanted to sleep inside her lungs and breathe her blood and be smothered. ... he wanted to sleep inside her lungs and breathe her blood and be smothered. He wanted her to be a virgin and not a virgin all at once. He wanted to know her. Intimate secrets: Why poetry? Why so sad? Why that grayness in her eyes? Why so alone? Not lonely, just alone - riding her bike across campus or sitting off by herself in the cafeteria - even dancing, she danced alone - and it was the aloneness that filled him with love. He remembered telling her that one evening. How she nodded and looked away. And how, later, when he kissed her, she received the kiss without returning it, her eyes wide open, not afraid, not a virgin's eyes, just flat and uninvolved. — Tim O'Brien
Smothered Love Sayings By Charles Caleb Colton: There is a holy love and a holy rage, and our best virtues never glow There is a holy love and a holy rage, and our best virtues never glow so brightly as when our passions are excited in the cause. Sloth, if it has prevented many crimes, has also smothered many virtues; and the best of us are better when roused. — Charles Caleb Colton
Smothered Love Sayings By Alexandre Dumas-fils: How one realizes the shortness of life by the rapidity of sensations! I have only How one realizes the shortness of life by the rapidity of sensations! I have only known Marguerite for two days, she has only been my mistress since yesterday, and she has already so completely absorbed my thoughts, my heart, and my life. — Alexandre Dumas-fils
Smothered Love Sayings By Richelle E. Goodrich: Saying 'I'm sorry' is saying 'I love you' with a wounded heart in one hand Saying 'I'm sorry' is saying 'I love you' with a wounded heart in one hand and your smothered pride in the other. — Richelle E. Goodrich
Smothered Love Sayings By Pete Wentz: He sang "I wish I weren't me" over and over again just flat of the He sang "I wish I weren't me" over and over again just flat of the key of love until he forgot the words and could only hum along. Everyday was the same. The same stupid smile on the same stupid boy. Until the days blurred into a haze and the boy dropped into a depression. Not a cool dark room and cigarette depression like the songs he loved, but one that felt like he was being smothered by a safe, suburban, monotonous blanket. Everything felt like a headache to the boy. Every face, every stupid stuttered sentence all wrapped up into the biggest headache ever. So the boy took an aspirin. And another and another and then went to sleep, lullabyed by hopes he would never wake up to. — Pete Wentz
Smothered Love Sayings By Trip Hawkins: You have to have the kind of personality where you're resilient and you can get You have to have the kind of personality where you're resilient and you can get up and keep moving and learn what there is. What I tell my employees is, 'I want you to make mistakes. If you're not making mistakes, you're not trying hard enough. But, when we make a mistake, let's all study it. Let's all learn from it. After that, we want to make different mistakes. We don't want to keep making the same mistakes.' — Trip Hawkins
Smothered Love Sayings By Tim O'Brien: His love was too much for him, he felt paralyzed, he wanted to sleep inside His love was too much for him, he felt paralyzed, he wanted to sleep inside her lungs and breathe her blood and be smothered. — Tim O'Brien
Smothered Love Sayings By D.H. Lawrence: You love me so much, you want to put me in your pocket. And there You love me so much, you want to put me in your pocket. And there I will die smothered. — D.H. Lawrence
Smothered Love Sayings By Pablo Neruda: Loving is a journey with water and with stars,with smothered air and abrupt storms of Loving is a journey with water and with stars,
with smothered air and abrupt storms of flour:
loving is a clash of lightning-bolts
and two bodies defeated by a single drop of honey. — Pablo Neruda
Smothered Love Sayings By George Burns: I'm very pleased to be here. Let's face it, at my age I'm very pleased I'm very pleased to be here. Let's face it, at my age I'm very pleased to be anywhere. — George Burns
Smothered Love Sayings By Gerald McRaney: I think everybody ought to be allowed to be engaged in athletics at whatever level I think everybody ought to be allowed to be engaged in athletics at whatever level the audience will accept. — Gerald McRaney
Smothered Love Sayings By Jean De La Bruyere: Children enjoy the present because they have neither a past nor a future. Children enjoy the present because they have neither a past nor a future. — Jean De La Bruyere
Smothered Love Sayings By Ann Crittenden: Any woman who has devoted herself to raising children has experienced the hollow praise that Any woman who has devoted herself to raising children has experienced the hollow praise that only thinly conceals smug dismissal. In a culture that measures worth and achievement almost solely in terms of money, the intensive work of rearing responsible adults counts for little. One of the most intriguing questions in economic history is how this came to be; how mothers came to be excluded from the ranks of productive citizens. How did the demanding job of rearing a modern child come to be termed baby-sitting? When did caring for children become a 'labor of love,;' smothered under a blanket of sentimentality that hides its economic importance? — Ann Crittenden
Smothered Love Sayings By Gustave Flaubert: But the flames did die down, perhaps from lack, perhaps from excess of fuel. Little But the flames did die down, perhaps from lack, perhaps from excess of fuel. Little by little, love was quenched by absence, and longing smothered by routine; and that fiery glow which tinged her pale sky scarlet grew more clouded, then gradually faded away. Her benumbed consciousness even led her to mistake aversion toward her husband for desire for her loved, the searing touch of hatred for the rekindling of love; but, as the storm still raged on and her passion burnt itself to ashes, no help came and no sun rose, the darkness of night closed in on every side, and she was left to drift in a bitter icy void.
So the bad days of Tostes began again. She believed herself much more unhappy, now, because she had experienced sorrow, and knew for certain that ti would ever end. — Gustave Flaubert
Smothered Love Sayings By Maggie Young: From my first stab at second base, I became obsessively concerned for my vaginal upkeep. From my first stab at second base, I became obsessively concerned for my vaginal upkeep. I began shaving the day after I felt my first tongue down my throat. The first buzz was a disaster, causing horrifically itchy dull razor breakout that made me look like I made love to a poison ivy bush. Whenever I thought there was a chance of unveiling my privates, I smothered every breakout with the same foundation I used for the occasional teenage acne face breakouts. — Maggie Young