Victim Of Beauty Famous Quotes & Sayings

12 Victim Of Beauty Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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I am not your lover, but a victim of your beauty.M.F. Moonzajer Victim Of Beauty Sayings By M.F. Moonzajer: I am not your lover, but a victim of your beauty.
The thorns, ruthless in their protection of the beauty they upheld, tore at my skin, bleeding me like a vampire's victim and no doubt loving every moment of it. The vines snaked around my hands and arms trying to cut the circulation of blood.Alistair Cross Victim Of Beauty Sayings By Alistair Cross: The thorns, ruthless in their protection of the beauty they upheld, tore at my skin,
I find no reason to think that aging is genetically determined. Genes do not provide information for the development of the individual beyond growth and the reproductive process in which the genes are transmitted to the next generation. Once past the reproductive stage, the individual has served the purposes of preservation of the species, and then he is on his own. The wrinkled human face is the victim of gravity and of cumulative errors in the reproduction of cells. Since aging is not programed, but is a badly improvised interference with youthful beauty, we have improvised an operation to counteract its effects. Aging is a form of misinformation. If we get the facts right, you will be able to read it in our faces. ("Motherhood")William S. Wilson Victim Of Beauty Sayings By William S. Wilson: I find no reason to think that aging is genetically determined. Genes do not provide
He wrote you a poem?" Evelyn looped her hand around Georgiana's arm and led the way to the chairs lining one side of the room.
"He did." Grateful to see Luxley select one of the debutantes as his next victim, Georgiana accepted a glass of Madeira from one of the footman. After three hours of quadrilles, waltzes, and country dances, her feet ached. "And you know what rhymes with Georgiana, don't you?"
Evelyn wrinkled her brow, her gray eyes twinkling. "No, what?"
"Nothing. He just put 'iana' after every ending word. In iambic trimeter, yet. 'Oh, Georgiana, your beauty is my sunlightiana, your hair is finer than goldiana, your - ' "
Lucinda made a choking sound.
Suzanne Enoch Victim Of Beauty Sayings By Suzanne Enoch: He wrote you a poem?" Evelyn looped her hand around Georgiana's arm and led the
Justice, like beauty, is in the eye of the beholder. Some see an innocent victim. Others will see evil incarnate getting exactly what's deserved.Emily Thorne Victim Of Beauty Sayings By Emily Thorne: Justice, like beauty, is in the eye of the beholder. Some see an innocent victim.
Hung in the scales
with beauty and atrocity:
with the Dying Gaul
too strictly compassed
on his shield
with the actual weight
of each hooded victim,
slashed and dumped.
Seamus Heaney Victim Of Beauty Sayings By Seamus Heaney: Hung in the scaleswith beauty and atrocity:with the Dying Gaultoo strictly compassedon his shieldwith the
I am still a victim of chess. It has all the beauty of art - and much more. It cannot be commercialized. Chess is much purer than art in its social position. (On giving up art to play chess)Marcel Duchamp Victim Of Beauty Sayings By Marcel Duchamp: I am still a victim of chess. It has all the beauty of art -
Do not be victim of life-negative religions. Be respectful to life, love and beauty.Amit Ray Victim Of Beauty Sayings By Amit Ray: Do not be victim of life-negative religions. Be respectful to life, love and beauty.
I do not subscribe to the abuse "victim" or "survivor" labelling mentality. I have experienced every kind of abuse imaginable and I am and always have been the most happy-go-lucky, positive and life affirming person around. Your labels do not serve you, so don't use them as an excuse to be miserable. You have a beautiful life to live, so accept the beauty and start living.Miya Yamanouchi Victim Of Beauty Sayings By Miya Yamanouchi: I do not subscribe to the abuse "victim" or "survivor" labelling mentality. I have experienced
Have you ever been at a festival when you were sad or ill? Well, then you've felt how much your sadness was irritated and exasperated, as by an insult, by the joyful faces and the beauty of things. It's an intolerable feeling. Think of what it must mean to a victim who is going to die under torture. Think how much the torture is multiplied in his flesh and his soul by all the splendour which surrounds him; and how much more atrocious is his agony, how much more hopelessly atrocious, darling!Octave Mirbeau Victim Of Beauty Sayings By Octave Mirbeau: Have you ever been at a festival when you were sad or ill? Well, then
I knew that there were at least three graves to find, graves that are inhabit. So I search, and search, and I find one of them. She lay in her Vampire sleep, so full of life and voluptuous beauty that I shudder as though I have come to do murder. Ah, I doubt not that in the old time, when such things were, many a man who set forth to do such a task as mine, found at the last his heart fail him, and then his nerve. So he delay, and delay, and delay, till the mere beauty and the fascination of the wanton Undead have hypnotize him. And he remain on and on, till sunset come, and the Vampire sleep be over. Then the beautiful eyes of the fair woman open and look love, and the voluptuous mouth present to a kiss, and the man is weak. And there remain one more victim in the Vampire fold. One more to swell the grim and grisly ranks of the Undead! ...Bram Stoker Victim Of Beauty Sayings By Bram Stoker: I knew that there were at least three graves to find, graves that are inhabit.
It was beautiful not despite but because of the friction it has had to endure. It had been thrashed around, but instead of being destroyed, it was improved with every scratch and scrape, sculpted. In fact, the scuffs themselves are what gave it its quiet splendor; they are responsible for turning a simple piece of glass (which could have just as easily been trash) into a gem. It wouldn't be the same without the wear and tear; it wouldn't be something pretty enough to be turned into jewelry if it hadn't been damn near broken. I closed my fist around this tear-shaped gem and thought about my own uneven edges, my own abrasions, and things I have endured that have, instead of breaking me, completed me, prepared me for the next tumble. Its odd beauty was hard-won. It came from reinventing itself. From having risen to the top of the discard pile. Like a phoenix, from victim to victor. (325)Wendy Blackburn Victim Of Beauty Sayings By Wendy Blackburn: It was beautiful not despite but because of the friction it has had to endure.