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Wanting More Than Friendship Sayings By Jason E. Hodges: As a writer, a poet, you're not alone in wanting to be alone. Your work As a writer, a poet, you're not alone in wanting to be alone. Your work is a friendship that never leaves you. — Jason E. Hodges
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Wanting More Than Friendship Sayings By Aisha Mirza: Sometimes we will love people not for who they are, nor for what we gain Sometimes we will love people not for who they are, nor for what we gain from them but what they are. Those people that reflect a light. Those that make it easy to love, make us willing to give, and make us wanting to be in their presence. — Aisha Mirza
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Wanting More Than Friendship Sayings By Amy Harmon: What do you want from me, Ambrose?" Fern cried from behind her hands. He pulled What do you want from me, Ambrose?" Fern cried from behind her hands. He pulled at her wrists, wanting to see her face as he laid it all on the line.
"I want your body. I want your mouth. I want your red hair in my hands. I want your laugh and your funny faces. I want your friendship and your inspirational thoughts. I want Shakespeare and Amber Rose novels and your memories of Bailey. And I want you to come with me when I go. — Amy Harmon
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Wanting More Than Friendship Sayings By A.A. Milne: That's right. You'll like Owl. He flew past a day or two ago and noticed That's right. You'll like Owl. He flew past a day or two ago and noticed me. He didn't actually say anything, mind you, but he knew it was me. Very friendly of him. Encouraging."

Pooh and Piglet shuffled about a little and said, "Well, good-bye, Eeyore" as lingeringly as they could, but they had a long way to go, and wanted to be getting on.

"Good-bye," said Eeyore. "Mind you don't get blown away, little Piglet. You'd be missed. People would say 'Where's little Piglet been blown to?' -- really wanting to know. Well, good-bye. And thank you for happening to pass me. — A.A. Milne
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Wanting More Than Friendship Sayings By Jonathan Safran Foer: SADNESSES OF THE INTELLECT: Sadness of being misunderstood [sic]; Humor sadness; Sadness of love wit[hou]t SADNESSES OF THE INTELLECT: Sadness of being misunderstood [sic]; Humor sadness; Sadness of love wit[hou]t release; Sadne[ss of be]ing smart; Sadness of not knowing enough words to [express what you mean]; Sadness of having options; Sadness of wanting sadness; Sadness of confusion; Sadness of domes[tic]ated birds; Sadness of fini[shi]ng a book; Sadness of remembering; Sadness of forgetting; Anxiety sadness . . . INTERPERSONAL SADNESSES: Sadness of being sad in front of one's parent; Sa[dn]ess of false love; Sadness of love [sic]; Friendship sadness; Sadness of a bad conversation; Sadness of the could-have-been; Secret sadness . . . — Jonathan Safran Foer
Wanting More Than Friendship Sayings By Ralph Waldo Emerson: We take care of our health; we lay up money; we make our roof tight, We take care of our health; we lay up money; we make our roof tight, and our clothing sufficient; but who provides wisely that he shall not be wanting in the best property of all, -friends? — Ralph Waldo Emerson
Wanting More Than Friendship Sayings By Jennifer DeLucy: Before entering into any kind of intimate relationships, whether friendship, familial re-connection, or romance, the Before entering into any kind of intimate relationships, whether friendship, familial re-connection, or romance, the idea of "needing" or "being needed" must be eliminated. It's harmful to me and others. Need is no kind of foundation for anything. Rather, I choose to be wanted. "Want" is a deliberate choice. Wanting is not based in fear or ego (which are one in the same, I believe). Want comes from recognition of someone else's goodness and loving them for it. Being wanted is unconditional. It does not require emotional games be played, it does not require reparations be made or obligations be met. Being wanted is good, in and of itself. — Jennifer DeLucy
Wanting More Than Friendship Sayings By Julie Reece Deaver: and while he did all the actual dancing, I remember whirling around and around the and while he did all the actual dancing, I remember whirling around and around the porch those hot summer days so long ago and never wanting to stop. — Julie Reece Deaver
Wanting More Than Friendship Sayings By Ibrahim Ibrahim: Loving a person is wanting him/her (with variable degrees of desire down to friendship and Loving a person is wanting him/her (with variable degrees of desire down to friendship and even neighborhood); not needing him/her. — Ibrahim Ibrahim
Wanting More Than Friendship Sayings By Jackson Lanzing: Oh, get off it with that. So sensitive about language. Mate, love, nest, whatever. Point Oh, get off it with that. So sensitive about language. Mate, love, nest, whatever. Point is, it stinks, especially when it goes bad. I get wanting to run away. — Jackson Lanzing
Wanting More Than Friendship Sayings By Eleanor Catton: Loneliness cannot be reassured by proportion. Even friendship would have seemed to Pritchard a feast Loneliness cannot be reassured by proportion. Even friendship would have seemed to Pritchard a feast behind a pane of glass; even the smallest charity would have wet his lip, and left him wanting. — Eleanor Catton
Wanting More Than Friendship Sayings By Eustace Budgell: Love and esteem are the first principles of friendship; it is always imperfect if either Love and esteem are the first principles of friendship; it is always imperfect if either of these two are wanting. — Eustace Budgell
Wanting More Than Friendship Sayings By Cyril Connolly: Friendships that last are those wherein each friend respects the other's dignity to the point Friendships that last are those wherein each friend respects the other's dignity to the point of not really wanting anything from them. — Cyril Connolly
Wanting More Than Friendship Sayings By Ilona Andrews: You're like a god from a Greek myth, Saiman. You have no empathy. You have You're like a god from a Greek myth, Saiman. You have no empathy. You have no concept of the world beyond your ego. Wanting something gives you an automatic right to obtain it by whatever means necessary with no regard to the damage it may do. I would be careful if I were you. Friends and objects of deities' desires dropped like flies. In the end the gods always ended up miserable and alone.
- Kate Daniels — Ilona Andrews
Wanting More Than Friendship Sayings By Virginia Woolf: ... the art of writing has for backbone some fierce attachment to an idea ... ... the art of writing has for backbone some fierce attachment to an idea ... . It is on the back of an idea, something believed in with conviction or seen with precision and thus compelling words to a shape ... .
You have not finished with it because you have read it, any more than friendship is ended because it is time to part. Life wells up and alters and adds. Even things in a book-case change if they are alive; we find ourselves wanting to meet them again; we find them altered. So we look back upon essay after essay by Mr. Beerbohm, knowing that, come September or May, we shall sit down with them and talk. — Virginia Woolf
Wanting More Than Friendship Sayings By Delia Ephron: Do you think you can cause something to happen just from wanting it so much?' Do you think you can cause something to happen just from wanting it so much?' she asked. 'I don't get what you mean. Does this have to do with your dad?' asked Frannie. 'Not really. I'm talking about loneliness.' Frannie turned around and considered her answer. For awhile she seemed to be in a wilderness of her own. 'Do you mean that you imagined that Issy was your friend?' 'Yes, so completely that it was real.' 'Oh, that can happen. I believe that totally. Loneliness is powerful. — Delia Ephron
Wanting More Than Friendship Sayings By Terry Brooks: Friendship doesn't have anything to do with shoring up weakness. It has to do with Friendship doesn't have anything to do with shoring up weakness. It has to do with respect and consideration for those you care about. It has to do with wanting to give something back to those you admire. — Terry Brooks
Wanting More Than Friendship Sayings By R.A. Salvatore: He's not wanting to fight," she assured the captain."He is driven by curiosity?" Deudermont asked."By He's not wanting to fight," she assured the captain.
"He is driven by curiosity?" Deudermont asked.
"By loyalty," Catti-brie answered. "And nothing more. Drizzt is bound by friendship to ye and to the crew, and if a simple contest against the man will make for an easier sail, then he's up to the fight. But there is no curiosity in Drizzt. No stupid pride. He's not for caring who's the better at swordplay."
Deudermont nodded and his expression brightened. The young woman's words confirmed his belief in his friend. — R.A. Salvatore
Wanting More Than Friendship Sayings By J.M. Darhower: I'm gonna take a nap, Heaven," he said, wanting away from her to clear his I'm gonna take a nap, Heaven," he said, wanting away from her to clear his head. He didn't like feeling uncomfortable in his house.
"Haven," she corrected him as he started to walk away.
"I know," he said. "I kinda like Heaven though."
She turned to him, and their eyes met for the first time since he'd walked into the room. "Me, too. — J.M. Darhower