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Words To Describe You Sayings By Tracy Chapman: There's a power in words. There's a power in being able to explain and describe There's a power in words. There's a power in being able to explain and describe and articulate what you know and feel and believe about the world, and about yourself. — Tracy Chapman
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Words To Describe You Sayings By Shannon L. Alder: You were the poem I never knew how to write because no words could describe You were the poem I never knew how to write because no words could describe the wind you cannot see, but feel. — Shannon L. Alder
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Words To Describe You Sayings By Dhiren Prajapati: I have no words to describe the way you make me feel. I have no words to describe the way you make me feel. — Dhiren Prajapati
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Words To Describe You Sayings By Mark Haddon: Siobhan said that when you are writing a book you have to include some descriptions Siobhan said that when you are writing a book you have to include some descriptions of things. I said that I could take photographs and put them in the book. But she said the idea of a book was to describe things using words so that people could read them and make a picture in their own head. — Mark Haddon
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Words To Describe You Sayings By Melina Marchetta: You don't use words like 'kind of interested' to describe how I feel about you. You don't use words like 'kind of interested' to describe how I feel about you. — Melina Marchetta
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Words To Describe You Sayings By Mirah: So when you're talking about lyrics in the context of music, it's not just about So when you're talking about lyrics in the context of music, it's not just about what the words mean, and what you were thinking about when you wrote it. It's not cognitive in that same way. It's almost like music turns words into touch, which is hard to describe, like the feeling of your shirt on your back. It's a pretty delicate thing to try to put into words. You just feel it. — Mirah
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Words To Describe You Sayings By Eleanor Catton: To experience sublime natural beauty is to confront the total inadequacy of language to describe To experience sublime natural beauty is to confront the total inadequacy of language to describe what you see. Words cannot convey the scale of a view that is so stunning it is felt. — Eleanor Catton
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Words To Describe You Sayings By Lemony Snicket: Whenever you see the words 'hee hee hee' in a book, or 'ha ha ha,' Whenever you see the words 'hee hee hee' in a book, or 'ha ha ha,' or 'har har har,' or 'heh heh heh,' or even 'ho ho ho,' those words mean somebody was laughing. In the case, however, the words 'hee hee hee' cannot really describe what Vice Principal Nero's laugh sounded like. The laugh was squeaky, and it was wheezy, and it had a rough crackly edge to it, as if Nero were eating tin cans and he laughed at the children. But most of all the laugh sounded cruel. — Lemony Snicket
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Words To Describe You Sayings By Jean Liedloff: The two words that I've arrived at to describe what we all need to feel The two words that I've arrived at to describe what we all need to feel about ourselves, children and adults, in order to perceive ourselves accurately, are worthy and welcome. If you don't feel worthy and welcome, you really won't know what to do with yourself. You won't know how to behave in a world of other people. You won't think you deserve to get what you need. — Jean Liedloff
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Words To Describe You Sayings By R.J. Palacio: There are so many words I can use to describe the looks on people's faces. There are so many words I can use to describe the looks on people's faces. And for a long time I didn't get it. I'd just get mad. Mad when they stared. Mad when they looked away. "What the heck are you looking at?" I'd say to people - even grown-ups. — R.J. Palacio
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Words To Describe You Sayings By Cassandra Clare: Will pushed his hands through his damp hair. "Oh, yes," he said bitterly. "Perhaps in Will pushed his hands through his damp hair. "Oh, yes," he said bitterly. "Perhaps in some other life, beyond this one, when we have passed beyond the river, or turned upon the Wheel, or whatever kind words you want to use to describe leaving this world, I shall find my friend again, my parabatai. But I have lost you now - now, when I need you more than I ever did! — Cassandra Clare
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Words To Describe You Sayings By Lisa Kleypas: It's like trying to describe a color you've never seen before. Words can't make you It's like trying to describe a color you've never seen before. Words can't make you understand what real love is like. But until you've felt it ... you haven't really lived. — Lisa Kleypas
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Words To Describe You Sayings By Charles Martin: What do you want in a woman, in life?' I thought a moment ... 'The What do you want in a woman, in life?'
I thought a moment ... 'The Rangers ... we began to describe one another in a few simple words: El es muy bueno para cabalgar el rio. Meaning, 'He'll do to ride the river with.' In Texan, it means, 'I'd trust him with my life.'
I scratched my head. 'I want someone to ride the river with. — Charles Martin
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Words To Describe You Sayings By Auliq Ice: To describe what I feel for you would lack the words, I love you more To describe what I feel for you would lack the words, I love you more than I can explain. — Auliq Ice
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Words To Describe You Sayings By Nalini Singh: When you've lived as long as I have," he said, eyes heavy-lidded but definitely on When you've lived as long as I have," he said, eyes heavy-lidded but definitely on her, "you learn to appreciate new sensations. They are rare in an immortal's life."
She found she'd moved toward him. He hooked her arm around her waist, pulling her closer until she straddled him as he sat on a ledge below the waterline, her legs wrapped around his waist.
He settled her firmly against him.
Sucking in a breath, she said, "Sex isn't new to you," and rocked her heat over the exquisite hardness of him. Good didn't begin to describe how it felt. How he felt.
"No. But you are."
"Never had a hunter before?" She grinned, nibbling on his lower lip.
But he didn't smile. "I've never had Elena before." The words were husky, his eyes so intent she felt owned. — Nalini Singh
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Words To Describe You Sayings By Dennis Vickers: Would you recognize your mother's face in a thousand faces? Clinton waited for Evie to Would you recognize your mother's face in a thousand faces? Clinton waited for Evie to answer.
Of course.
Can you describe her face so well I would recognize her in a thousand faces? He waited again.
I don't think so.
That's the difference. You're familiar with your mother's face. When you know something that way, the connection is straight to your heart. Words are incidental, unnecessary. That's what I mean by spiritual. — Dennis Vickers
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Words To Describe You Sayings By Suzanne Brockmann: That was the word she used to describe herself - fit. A.J. would've used other That was the word she used to describe herself - fit. A.J. would've used other words. Like holy shit and sweet baby Jesus.
A) If it were up to me, Alison, you'd never wear clothes again. Nor, for that matter, would I ...
Things not to say. — Suzanne Brockmann
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Words To Describe You Sayings By John Piper: It is possible to experience true divine wonders in your conversion but never to be It is possible to experience true divine wonders in your conversion but never to be taught a true description of what your experience is. Then someone starts to describe your experience in words you have never heard, and in ways you have never understood, and suddenly the strange words all sound exactly right. — John Piper
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Words To Describe You Sayings By Bill Richardson: Trump's immigration positions do not deserve a response because they are so outlandish. If you Trump's immigration positions do not deserve a response because they are so outlandish. If you force me to give you three words to describe them they would be: ludicrous, impractical and racist. — Bill Richardson
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Words To Describe You Sayings By John Mutz: Your ability to describe the mission of your organization, your goals, your objectives, your programs, Your ability to describe the mission of your organization, your goals, your objectives, your programs, your staff, and your plans all in one cohesive, well-thought-out document (in other words, your case statement) will impress your donors. It'll also impress the people working with you, as well as others in the fundraising community. And even more important than impressing your donors and partners, your case statement will help them understand why you exist, why you do what you do, and why they want to join you in doing it. — John Mutz
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Words To Describe You Sayings By Alexia Casale: Some things should never be said. Not out loud in clear, simple words. You talk Some things should never be said. Not out loud in clear, simple words. You talk around them. You leave gaps and blanks. You use other words and talk in curves and arcs for the worst things because you need to keep them like mist. Words are dangerous. Like a spell, if you name the mist, call out all of the words that describe it sharp and clear, you turn it solid, into something that no one should ever hold in their hands. Better that it stays like water, slipping between your fingers. — Alexia Casale
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Words To Describe You Sayings By Colum McCann: I know already that I will return to this day whenever I want to. I I know already that I will return to this day whenever I want to. I can bid it alive. Preserve it. There is a still point where the present, the now, winds around itself, and nothing is tangled. The river is not where it begins or ends, but right in the middle point, anchored by what has happened and what is to arrive. You can close your eyes and there will be a light snow falling in New York, and seconds later you are sunning upon a rock in Zacapa, and seconds later still you are surfing through the Bronx on the strength of your own desire. There is no way to find a word to fit around this feeling. Words resist it. Words give it a pattern it does not own. Words put it in time. They freeze what cannot be stopped. Try to describe the taste of a peach. Try to describe it. Feel the rush of sweetness: we make love. — Colum McCann
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Words To Describe You Sayings By Greg Rusedski: You can't really describe how difficult it is to deal with. It is any athlete's You can't really describe how difficult it is to deal with. It is any athlete's worst nightmare to be accused of cheating by taking drugs. It really is very difficult to put into words how it makes you feel. — Greg Rusedski
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Words To Describe You Sayings By Sarah Rees Brennan: I don't think you're weak," Jared said. "I want to guard you because you are I don't think you're weak," Jared said. "I want to guard you because you are important to me. Because you are - God, this is going to sound so stupid, I can never think of a way to say it - you are precious. I can never think of how to describe the value you have to me, because all the words for value suggest that you belong to me, and you don't. — Sarah Rees Brennan
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Words To Describe You Sayings By Marie Rutkoski: It was an old Herrani flag, stitched with the royal crest.Arin said, "But the royal It was an old Herrani flag, stitched with the royal crest.
Arin said, "But the royal line is gone."
"They're looking for something to call you, Kestrel said, nudging Javelin forward.
"Not this. It's not right."
"Don't worry. They'll find the right words to describe you."
"And you."
"Oh, that's easy."
"It is?" It seemed impossible to name every thing she was to him.
Kestrel's expression was serious, luminous. He loved to see her like this. "They'll say that I'm yours," she told him, "just as you are mine. — Marie Rutkoski
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Words To Describe You Sayings By Pete Hamill: I don't know what that means. To truly live.""To find work that you love, and I don't know what that means. To truly live."
"To find work that you love, and work harder than other men. To learn the languages of the earth, and love the sounds of the words and the things they describe. To love food and music and drink. Fully love them. To love weather, and storms, and the smell of rain. To love heat. To love cold. To love sleep and dreams. To love the newness of each day. — Pete Hamill
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Words To Describe You Sayings By Cherrie L. Moraga: It's the Poverty.I lack imagination you say No. I lack language. The language to clarifymy It's the Poverty.

I lack imagination you say

No. I lack language.
The language to clarify
my resistance to the literate.
Words are a war to me.
They threaten my family.

To gain the word
to describe the loss
I risk losing everything.
I may create a monster
the word's length and body
swelling up colorful and thrilling
looming over my mother, characterized.
Her voice in the distance
unintelligible illiterate.
These are the monster's words. — Cherrie L. Moraga
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Words To Describe You Sayings By Rainer Maria Rilke: I am so afraid of people's words.They describe so distinctly everything:And this they call dog I am so afraid of people's words.They describe so distinctly everything:
And this they call dog and that they call house,
here the start and there the end.
I worry about their mockery with words,
they know everything, what will be, what was;
no mountain is still miraculous;
and their house and yard lead right up to God.
I want to warn and object: Let the things be!
I enjoy listening to the sound they are making.
But you always touch: and they hush and stand still.
That's how you kill. — Rainer Maria Rilke
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Words To Describe You Sayings By Erica Orloff: Who Am I? I am not a disease, nor my weight, nor even my family. Who Am I? I am not a disease, nor my weight, nor even my family. I am not my job, or my things, or the house I live in. I am not the words used to describe me (quiet or boring or something else I haven't thought of), the books I read, or the clothes I wear. I am not what you see, on the outside or what I say or even the things I do. It's all illusory. I am, instead, this essence inside. I am the strength that gives me breath each day. I am the love I feel within. I am a light in the dark. I am a little piece of this universe. I am human. I am silence. I am hope burning. I am kindness. I am laughter. I am all of these things. I am. — Erica Orloff
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Words To Describe You Sayings By Chuck Palahniuk: A sphinx. A mystery. A blank. Unknown. Undefined. Unknowable. Indefinable. Those were all the words A sphinx. A mystery. A blank. Unknown. Undefined. Unknowable. Indefinable. Those were all the words Brandy used to describe me in my veils. Not just a story that goes and then, and then, and then, and then until you die. — Chuck Palahniuk
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Words To Describe You Sayings By Derek Landy: Strong-willed, intelligent, sharp-tongued, doesn't suffer fools gladly ... remind you of anyone?""Yes. Gordon.""Interesting," said the Strong-willed, intelligent, sharp-tongued, doesn't suffer fools gladly ... remind you of anyone?"
"Yes. Gordon."
"Interesting," said the man. "Because those are the exact same words he used to describe you. — Derek Landy
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Words To Describe You Sayings By Robert Harris: Well, good luck to you both. Rome will be the winner whoever is the victor'. Well, good luck to you both. Rome will be the winner whoever is the victor'. Cicero began to move away but then checked himself, and a slight frown crossed his face. He returned to Catulus. 'One more thing, if I may? Who proposed this widening of the franchise?' 'Caesar' Although Latin is a language rich in subtlety and metaphor, I cannot command the words, either in that tongue or even in Greek, to describe Cicero's expression at that moment. 'Dear gods' he said in a tone of utter shock. 'Is it possible he means to stand himself?' 'Of course not. That would be ridiculous. He's far too young. He's thirty-six. He's not yet even been elected praetor' 'Yes, but even so, in my opinion, you would be well advised to reconvene your college as quickly as possible and go back to the existing method of selection.' 'That is impossible' 'Why?' 'The bill to change the franchise was laid before the people this morning' 'By whom?' 'Labienus' 'Ah!' Cicero clapped his hand to his forehead. — Robert Harris
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Words To Describe You Sayings By Cate Blanchett: I love those moments on stage, on screen and in life when you dispense with I love those moments on stage, on screen and in life when you dispense with language, when you sort of transcend it in a way, and certainly the experience of falling in love, I think, defies words, which is why poets, painters, musicians, actors have tried to describe that feeling, writers have just tried to put words to that. — Cate Blanchett
Words To Describe You Sayings By Peter Landesman: 'Writing' is the wrong way to describe what happens to words in a movie. First, 'Writing' is the wrong way to describe what happens to words in a movie. First, you put down words. Then you rehearse them with actors. Then you shoot the words. Then you edit them. You cut a lot of them, you fudge them, you make up new ones in voice-over. Then you cut it and throw it all away. — Peter Landesman
Words To Describe You Sayings By A.B. Whelan: Victor wrapped his fingers over my hand, pressing his face against my palm. "You're the Victor wrapped his fingers over my hand, pressing his face against my palm. "You're the bravest girl I've ever met. I'm so incredibly proud of you."
"Who knew that one day the word someone would use to describe me is brave. Life is very unpredictable." I chuckled.
"There are many other words I could think of to describe you but I'm not really good at flattery. — A.B. Whelan
Words To Describe You Sayings By Maya Angelou: A certain person wondered why a big strong girl like me wouldn't keep a job A certain person wondered why a big strong girl like me wouldn't keep a job which paid a normal salary. I took my time to lead her and to read her every page. Even minimal people can't survive on minimal wage. A certain person wondered why I wait all week for you. I didn't have the words to describe just what you do. I said you had the motion of the ocean in your walk, and when you solve my riddles you don't even have to talk. — Maya Angelou
Words To Describe You Sayings By Matthew Dicks: Missed Max but I did not know how much I missed Max until now. Now Missed Max but I did not know how much I missed Max until now. Now I know what it feels like to miss someone so much that you can't describe it. I would have to invent new words to describe it. — Matthew Dicks
Words To Describe You Sayings By Neil Gaiman: I have lost people, though.It's strange when it happens. I don't actually lose them. Not I have lost people, though.
It's strange when it happens. I don't actually lose them. Not in the way one loses one's parents, either as a small child, when you think you are holding your mother's hand in a crowd and then you look up, and it's not your mother ... or later. When you have to find the words to describe them at a funeral service or a memorial, or when you are scattering ashes on a garden of flowers or into the sea. — Neil Gaiman
Words To Describe You Sayings By Aimee Mullins: You know, I think there are certain words like 'illegitimate' that should not be used You know, I think there are certain words like 'illegitimate' that should not be used to describe a person. And certainly, we have come far enough in our technology that our language can evolve, because it has an impact. — Aimee Mullins
Words To Describe You Sayings By Leonardo Da Vinci: And you who wish to represent by words the form of man and all the And you who wish to represent by words the form of man and all the aspects of his membrification, relinquish that idea. For the more minutely you describe the more you will confine the mind of the reader, and the more you will keep him from the knowledge of the thing described. And so it is necessary to draw and to describe. — Leonardo Da Vinci
Words To Describe You Sayings By Elizabeth Berg: I take in a huge breath and look at the sky as hard as I I take in a huge breath and look at the sky as hard as I can. I feel like I'm trying to eat it with my eyes. I wish there would be certain things you come across and you could say, Okay, that's one. Put that away for me to pull out later just exactly as it is now. My dream is for me to be a poet who could make things like this sky come to life for someone else. If you see a sunset and try and describe it to someone in normal words, all you can say is, "Boy, I saw a great sunset last night." but if you are a poet, you give it to someone to feel for themselves. Like you make a little seed of what you say, they swallow it, and it blooms again inside their own heart. — Elizabeth Berg
Words To Describe You Sayings By Elle Brooks: My mind is desperately trying to formulate the words to let him know, to show My mind is desperately trying to formulate the words to let him know, to show him that my feelings run so much deeper than what those three little words can describe. I need to make him feel the way he's just made me feel, and 'I love you' just doesn't seem adequate anymore. — Elle Brooks
Words To Describe You Sayings By W. Somerset Maugham: I don't believe in the god of the Christians who gave his son in order I don't believe in the god of the Christians who gave his son in order to save mankind. That's a myth. But why should it have arisen if it didn't express some deep-seated intuition in men? I don't know what I believe, because it's instinctive, and how can you describe instinct with words? I have an instinct that the power that rules us, human beings, animals and things, is a dark and cruel power and that everything has to be paid for, a power that demands an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth, and that though we may writhe and squirm we have to submit, for the power is ourselves. — W. Somerset Maugham
Words To Describe You Sayings By Sara Zarr: I'm talking about the ones who, for whatever reason, are as much a part of I'm talking about the ones who, for whatever reason, are as much a part of you as your own soul. Their place in your heart is tender; a bruise of longing, a pulse of unfinished business.
Just hearing their names pushes and pulls at you in a hundred ways, and when you try to define those hundred ways, describe them even to yourself, words are useless. If you had a lifetime to talk, there would still be things left unsaid. — Sara Zarr
Words To Describe You Sayings By Michael J. Fox: If you asked my kids to describe me, they'd go through a whole list of If you asked my kids to describe me, they'd go through a whole list of words before even thinking about Parkinson's. And honestly, I don't think about it that much either. I talk about it because it's there, but it's not my totality. — Michael J. Fox
Words To Describe You Sayings By Eleanor Tomlinson: It's [Jack the Giant Slayer] one of those fairy tales your mom and dad read It's [Jack the Giant Slayer] one of those fairy tales your mom and dad read to you when you're little. Never once did I imagine myself in it. It's just phenomenal. Words just can't really describe it. It brings the biggest smile to my face. — Eleanor Tomlinson
Words To Describe You Sayings By Seth Godin: Do What You Want; these are the 4 most frightening words brought to us by Do What You Want; these are the 4 most frightening words brought to us by the Connection Revolution. If you want to sing, sing. If you want to lead, lead. If you want touch, connect, describe, disrupt, give, support, build, question - Do It. You will not be picked. But, if you want to pick yourself - go for it. The cost is that you own the results. — Seth Godin
Words To Describe You Sayings By Bryan Davis: I know after all the awful places you've had to go, it's hard to imagine I know after all the awful places you've had to go, it's hard to imagine how good heaven can be, but I've seen it, and no words can describe it ... It's worth it all. We've both lost a parent, we've been beaten and bruised, and we've done through hell together. I even died. And I can tell you ... giving up everything to serve God is worth it all. — Bryan Davis
Words To Describe You Sayings By Signe Baumane: Nobody wants to see the truth. Everybody wants to have the fantasy. When I look Nobody wants to see the truth. Everybody wants to have the fantasy. When I look back at the books I was reading in my childhood were selling some sort of fantasy as well. Most stories are not going to tell the deep suffering of every day. No book prepared me for the suffering I would experience in life because the word "suffering" does not even describe what the suffering is. No story is going to tell you that, and no words can tell you that. — Signe Baumane
Words To Describe You Sayings By L. H. Cosway: If I had to pick two words to describe Edinburgh, I would tell you that If I had to pick two words to describe Edinburgh, I would tell you that it's majestic and beautiful. Really, really old, but somehow more alive than any other place I've ever been. — L. H. Cosway
Words To Describe You Sayings By Kate Meader: It's a two-way street," Emma murmured, her words soft, but fierce at once. "Sometimes you It's a two-way street," Emma murmured, her words soft, but fierce at once. "Sometimes you have to take what you need and hope the other person can handle the invasion."
"Invasion?"
"That's what love is, isn't it? Families, friends, lovers. It's an invasion of each other's space, minds, hearts. Someone's always jockeying for control. For it to truly work, there has to be equality. Each side has to be strong enough to handle it."
Invasion. An oddly perfect way to describe it. "Yet again, I ask, who are you, Emma Strickland? — Kate Meader
Words To Describe You Sayings By Melvin Calvin: To express to you in mere words, our personal feelings on this occasion you must To express to you in mere words, our personal feelings on this occasion you must know to be impossible, and particularly so for one who normally has to describe only things outside himself. — Melvin Calvin
Words To Describe You Sayings By Yeonmi Park: when you have more words to describe the world, you increase your ability to think when you have more words to describe the world, you increase your ability to think complex thoughts. — Yeonmi Park
Words To Describe You Sayings By Viraj J. Mahajan: There are so many moments in our life which we cannot describe with mere words. There are so many moments in our life which we cannot describe with mere words. There are not enough adjectives to justify the emotions behind such moments. Those moments are your life- they define who you truly are — Viraj J. Mahajan
Words To Describe You Sayings By Kat Bastion: There aren't enough words to describe what you do to me, for me. Every day, There aren't enough words to describe what you do to me, for me. Every day, I wake thinking about how I can make you smile, cause your laugh. I know I love you because of the things I want to learn about you, endless ways I want to touch your body, your heart. There are so many adventures I want to take you on, experiences I want to have with you - just to live in the moment with you. — Kat Bastion
Words To Describe You Sayings By Halsey: When you're an artist, you're expected to describe yourself in interviews every day in five When you're an artist, you're expected to describe yourself in interviews every day in five words. — Halsey
Words To Describe You Sayings By Neil DeGrasse Tyson: So while you're getting ripped apart head to toe as you fall into a black So while you're getting ripped apart head to toe as you fall into a black hole, you will also extrude through the fabric of space and time, like toothpaste squeezed through a tube. To all the words in the English language that describe ways to die (e.g., homicide, suicide, electrocution, suffocation, starvation) we add the term spaghettification. — Neil DeGrasse Tyson
Words To Describe You Sayings By Fyodor Dostoyevsky: Here was a small corner of the Greek archipelago; sky-blue, caressing waves, islands and rocks, Here was a small corner of the Greek archipelago; sky-blue, caressing waves, islands and rocks, a flowering strip of coastline, a magical panorama in the distance, an inviting sunset - you can't describe it in words. This is what the peoples of Europe remembered as their cradle; here unfolded the first scenes of mythology, here was their earthly paradise. Here lived beautiful people! They got up and went to sleep happy and innocent; the groves were filled with their joyous songs, their great excess of untapped energies went into love and artless joy. The sun bathed these islands and the sea in its rays, rejoicing in its beautiful children. — Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Words To Describe You Sayings By Jacquie Gordon: If you think in terms of teaching as a shared journey of discovery, instead of If you think in terms of teaching as a shared journey of discovery, instead of just a job, look what's involved: sharing of knowledge, hunger for understanding, desire for approval, opening of another spirit, penetration of one mind into another, the mystery of the unknown, the pleasure of success, mental intimacy in shared moments of revelation, maybe even climactic moments... Internal changes, growth, expansion, opening, tapping into unconscious longings-well, most of those words describe an erotic relationship. If you hung them all on a clothesline and picked only three, you'd have enough to produce a spark, a thin column of smoke, maybe even a small flame. — Jacquie Gordon
Words To Describe You Sayings By Alasdair Gray: One day you will tell me how to change what I cannot yet describe without One day you will tell me how to change what I cannot yet describe without my words swelling HUGE, vowels vanishing, tears washing ink away. — Alasdair Gray
Words To Describe You Sayings By Mal Peet: It's extremely difficult to describe interestingly what happens on the pitch. Thousands of journalists write It's extremely difficult to describe interestingly what happens on the pitch. Thousands of journalists write millions of words every week trying to do it, so your chances of avoiding cliche are very slim. And you're trying to write fiction, not a match report. — Mal Peet
Words To Describe You Sayings By L. Douglas Wilder: Public service is a tautology. It defines itself. It means to serve the public. Not Public service is a tautology. It defines itself. It means to serve the public. Not yourself. It doesn't mean that you become enriched or have your name emblazoned on headlines. There are two words to describe the mission of politics: do it. Don't talk about it. Do it. — L. Douglas Wilder
Words To Describe You Sayings By Steffi Graf: If you watch Rafael Nadal play tennis, you can only respond with amazement and great If you watch Rafael Nadal play tennis, you can only respond with amazement and great admiration. He is an incredible athlete with so much discipline, so much concentration and someone who likes to put a lot of passion into every point. Words fail to come out of me to describe his game appropriately. I've rarely seen anyone who approaches a ball with so much attention. With such passion and joy that it makes great fun to watch him. With him, you can associate everything that makes tennis so beautiful. — Steffi Graf
Words To Describe You Sayings By Tucker Elliot: The only thing I knew for sure is I hadn't slept in ten years. Not The only thing I knew for sure is I hadn't slept in ten years. Not really. I'd been fighting my own monster since nine months after 9/11. I had regrets. I had pain that I still can't find words to describe. But sooner or later you have to make a choice. Maybe fate or luck or God had a plan for me in Jakarta that was greater than an educational leadership conference, a few papers and a book deal. If Vietnam was for Dad, then maybe Jakarta was for me. Indira says I shouldn't discount that it was Allah's plan. The way I see it, Allah's plan is what started my war. — Tucker Elliot
Words To Describe You Sayings By Monica Johnson: It's not about me - four simple words that described the life of Christ. Do It's not about me - four simple words that described the life of Christ. Do you call yourself a Christian? Well then, you're not off the hook. You don't get to claim 'Me, myself, and I' as your four words. 'It's not about me' should describe your life as well. — Monica Johnson
Words To Describe You Sayings By Jim Butcher: I love you. Why it worked right then, why the webbing of my godmother's spell I love you. Why it worked right then, why the webbing of my godmother's spell frayed as though the words had been an open flame, I don't know. I haven't found any explanation for it. There aren't any magical words, really. The words just hold the magic. They give it a shape and a form, they make it useful, describe the images within. I'll say this, though: Some words have a power that has nothing to do with supernatural forces. They resound in the heart and mind, they live long after the sounds of them have died away, they echo in the heart and the soul. They have power, and that power is very real. Those three words are good ones. — Jim Butcher
Words To Describe You Sayings By Bob Marley: When the words not enough to describe how much you love ... even you know When the words not enough to describe how much you love ...
even you know she/he don't anything for you ...
you cant fall a sleep exactly like before's
-kuntal — Bob Marley
Words To Describe You Sayings By Vincent Edwards: There is no man on this earth that has the right to tell you how There is no man on this earth that has the right to tell you how beautiful you are, for no words we use has enough power to tell that truth. Your beauty can only be describe by the heavens above in a language none of us know. — Vincent Edwards
Words To Describe You Sayings By John Lennox: Describing beauty is almost impossible because we perceive it, rather than describe it. If you Describing beauty is almost impossible because we perceive it, rather than describe it. If you look at a Rembrandt painting and start to try and describe what the beauty is you see, your words sound absolutely pathetic. — John Lennox
Words To Describe You Sayings By D.S. Wrights: You said it to me once. It was the last day we had together. And You said it to me once. It was the last day we had together. And that was 39 days ago. I can still hear your whisper loud as a horn in my ears, when you told me that you love me. This memory is so clear in my head, as if it were yesterday. Even though I am not sure how to describe your voice, how it sounds, these three words you said. I know. And I have to trust them. — D.S. Wrights
Words To Describe You Sayings By Ryan Reynolds: If you ask me to describe my relationship, I mean - words are too clumsy If you ask me to describe my relationship, I mean - words are too clumsy to accurately describe how I feel in that regard, particularly in an interview. It's a strange thing. — Ryan Reynolds
Words To Describe You Sayings By Jessi Klein: Ma'am is yet another horrible-sounding word in the lexicon of words that women are stuck Ma'am is yet another horrible-sounding word in the lexicon of words that women are stuck with to describe various aspects of their body/life/mental state/hair. Vagina. Moist. Fallopian tubes. Yeast infection. Clitoris. Frizz. These are all terrible words, and yet they are our assigned descriptors. Who made up these words? Women certainly didn't. If, at the beginning of time, right after making vaginas, God had asked me, 'What would you like your most intimate and enjoyable part of yourself to be called?',' I most certainly wouldn't have said, 'Vagina.' No woman would, because vagina sounds like a First World War term that was invented to describe a trench that has been mostly blown apart but is still in use. Even off the very top of my head I feel like I could have come up with something better, like for instance the word papoose, which actually as I'm typing it feels like an incredibly brilliant word for vagina. — Jessi Klein
Words To Describe You Sayings By Rachel Hera: Blake: So what am I missing in books that I can't get through real life Blake: So what am I missing in books that I can't get through real life experiences?
Evelyn: It's a form of escapism. I long to live in worlds I can only touch through the words of authors. And unfortunately, I don't know how to describe it. It's something you either know the feeling of, or you don't. — Rachel Hera
Words To Describe You Sayings By Jodi Picoult: There are all sorts of experiences we can't really put a name to ... The There are all sorts of experiences we can't really put a name to ... The birth of a child, for one. Or the death of a parent. Falling in love. Words are like nets
we hope they'll cover what we mean, but we know they can't possibly hold that much joy, grief, or wonder. Finding God is like that, too. If it's happened to you, you know what it feels like. But try to describe it to someone else
and language only takes you so far. — Jodi Picoult
Words To Describe You Sayings By Rabindranath Tagore: Your love keeps me afloat but will remain the anchor in my soul ... I Your love keeps me afloat but will remain the anchor in my soul ... I don't really have words to describe how romantic I find that. Your love is what keeps me going, but it's also the anchor that keeps me close to you. I love it! — Rabindranath Tagore
Words To Describe You Sayings By George Orwell: When you think of a concrete object, you think wordlessly, and then, if you want When you think of a concrete object, you think wordlessly, and then, if you want to describe the thing you have been visualizing you probably hunt about until you find the exact words that seem to fit it. When you think of something abstract you are more inclined to use words from the start, and unless you make a conscious effort to prevent it, the existing dialect will come rushing in and do the job for you, at the expense of blurring or even changing your meaning. Probably it is better to put off using words as long as possible and get one's meaning as clear as one can through pictures and sensations. Afterward one can choose - not simply accept - the phrases that will best cover the meaning, and then switch round and decide what impressions one's words are likely to make on another person. — George Orwell
Words To Describe You Sayings By Jim Capaldi: If you have words and want to write music for them, the words hit you If you have words and want to write music for them, the words hit you with a feeling which you can't really describe in words, and so what you do is to put music to them and in this way you make contact with the words, through the musical thing. It happens when two feelings come together and they do something together and they compliment each other. — Jim Capaldi
Words To Describe You Sayings By David Bayles: We have a language that reflects how we learn to paint, but not how we We have a language that reflects how we learn to paint, but not how we learn to paint our paintings. How do you describe the [reader to place words here] that changes when craft swells into art? — David Bayles
Words To Describe You Sayings By Kyung-ran Jo: When there is a huge crack in your relationship with someone, you wonder what others When there is a huge crack in your relationship with someone, you wonder what others do in similar situations. I realize I'm trying as hard as I can to present myself as the most unthreatening being in the world, like a small animal. I hunch into myself, avoiding going back to the same places I frequented with him. Obviously I don't eat the kind of food we ate or made together. But I don't think I'm going to move to a new house, because I have the kitchen and the large fridge that I'd wanted for so long. People say you can't possibly like your lover every single second of your life. But that's not true. I liked and looked to my lover every single second we were together. And I still can't admit that he's gone. True sorrow is when one person desires but the other doesn't. I don't know any better words to describe it, and I can't yet express this feeling through any kind of food. The one thing we know about sorrow is that it's a very personal, individual feeling. — Kyung-ran Jo
Words To Describe You Sayings By Jeanette Winterson: For me, language is a freedom. As soon as you have found the words with For me, language is a freedom. As soon as you have found the words with which to express something, you are no longer incoherent, you are no longer trapped by your own emotions, by your own experiences; you can describe them, you can tell them, you can bring them out of yourself and give them to somebody else. That is an enormously liberating experience ... — Jeanette Winterson
Words To Describe You Sayings By Arthur Yap: In writing I try to pare down the descriptive bits. If I feel that I In writing I try to pare down the descriptive bits. If I feel that I could say something in as few words as possible, then I would rather do it than to go on padding. One should describe sufficiently to give the reader a sense of what one feels, but not at the same time overwhelm the reader in any way. For example, I feel that if you use lots of adjectives they have a mutually cancelling effect. If you can describe a scene well enough, without having to use far too many words, I would rather do so. — Arthur Yap
Words To Describe You Sayings By John Pilger: Many journalists now are no more than channelers and echoers of what George Orwell called Many journalists now are no more than channelers and echoers of what George Orwell called the 'official truth'. They simply cipher and transmit lies. It really grieves me that so many of my fellow journalists can be so manipulated that they become really what the French describe as 'functionaires', functionaries, not journalists. Many journalists become very defensive when you suggest to them that they are anything but impartial and objective. The problem with those words 'impartiality' and 'objectivity' is that they have lost their dictionary meaning. They've been taken over ... [they] now mean the establishment point of view ... Journalists don't sit down and think, 'I'm now going to speak for the establishment.' Of course not. But they internalise a whole set of assumptions, and one of the most potent assumptions is that the world should be seen in terms of its usefulness to the West, not humanity. — John Pilger
Words To Describe You Sayings By Thomas Merton: Syrian monk, Isaac of Niniveh: Many are avidly seeking but they alone find who remain Syrian monk, Isaac of Niniveh: Many are avidly seeking but they alone find who remain in continual silence. ... Every man who delights in a multitude of words, even though he says admirable things, is empty within. If you love truth, be a lover of silence. Silence like the sunlight will illuminate you in God and will deliver you from the phantoms of ignorance. Silence will unite you to God himself. ... More than all things love silence: it brings you a fruit that tongue cannot describe. In the beginning we have to force ourselves to be silent. But then there is born something that draws us to silence. May God give you an experience of this "something" that is born of silence. If only you practice this, untold light will dawn on you in consequence ... after a while a certain sweetness is born in the heart of this exercise and the body is drawn almost by force to remain in silence. — Thomas Merton
Words To Describe You Sayings By Sonny Rollins: I want to be connecting with the subconscious, if I can call it that, because I want to be connecting with the subconscious, if I can call it that, because there are not to many words to describe the real deep inner part of a human beingI want to be at that place where everything is blotted out and where creativity happens, and to get there I practice, you know I'm a prolific practicer, I still practice every dayYou have to have the skills, then you want to not think when you're playing, that's when you let whatever deep level of creativity, spirituality, I mean, you know these words are so inadequate these days but you want to get to this place where they exist. — Sonny Rollins
Words To Describe You Sayings By Pete Seeger: The nice thing about poetry is that you're always stretching the definitions of words. Lawyers The nice thing about poetry is that you're always stretching the definitions of words. Lawyers and scientists and scholars of one sort or another try to restrict the definitions, hoping that they can prevent people from fooling each other. But that doesn't stop people from lying.

Cezanne painted a red barn by painting it ten shades of color: purple to yellow. And he got a red barn. Similarly, a poet will describe things many different ways, circling around it, to get to the truth.

My father also had a nice little simile. He said, "The truth is a rabbit in a bramble patch. And you can't lay your hand on it. All you do is circle around and point, and say, 'It's in there somewhere. — Pete Seeger
Words To Describe You Sayings By Dana Perino: For a long time I didn't have a defined Dana doctrine to describe this approach; For a long time I didn't have a defined Dana doctrine to describe this approach; it was more a ball of string. Then one morning at a hotel I came back to my room for bed after a speaking event, and the hotel staff had placed a Zen card with a Buddhist saying on my pillow (this will make Gutfeld roll his eyes). It read, "Say little. But when you speak, utter gentle words that touch the heart. Be truthful. Express kindness. Abstain from vanity. This is the way." I had an "Aha!" moment when I read those words, because it captured how I was trying to live my life most productively and happily. I carried the card with me for months until I tacked it in my medicine cabinet, and I still see it every morning and night when I brush my teeth. The card is a little worn, but its message never gets old. In the morning it helps set my intention for the day, and at night it reminds me to forgive myself if I haven't lived up to it (usually because I've let Bob Beckel push my buttons). — Dana Perino
Words To Describe You Sayings By J.A. Huss: I have no words for you, Rook Walsh." "Try," I whisper back as I stare I have no words for you, Rook Walsh." "Try," I whisper back as I stare hungrily into his eyes. He brings his palms to my face and tilts my chin. "I could describe what you look like, but that's not what I see. You are so much more than a body inside a dress, Rook. You fit me. When I saw you crouching in that stairwell last week I felt like I knew you. You stopped me dead in my tracks, you wiped my mind. And I reached out to touch you that day because I couldn't resist. I needed to do it and I plan on touching you all night, on the way there in the car, through dinner, as we walk around the zoo and do whatever the hell it is they do at a nighttime fundraiser, and all the way home. — J.A. Huss
Words To Describe You Sayings By Louis C.K.: As humans, we waste the shit out of our words. It's sad. We use words As humans, we waste the shit out of our words. It's sad. We use words like "awesome" and "wonderful" like they're candy. It was awesome? Really? It inspired awe? It was wonderful? Are you serious? It was full of wonder? You use the word "amazing" to describe a goddamn sandwich at Wendy's. What's going to happen on your wedding day, or when your first child is born? How will you describe it? You already wasted "amazing" on a fucking sandwich. — Louis C.K.
Words To Describe You Sayings By Shujoy Chowdhury: I always play with words,now i'm out of words i don't know how to describe I always play with words,now i'm out of words i don't know how to describe you because you're my Father.. But surely i can say i love you — Shujoy Chowdhury
Words To Describe You Sayings By Edmond Manning: I wonder sometimes why we don't have more words to express forgiveness. The words we I wonder sometimes why we don't have more words to express forgiveness. The words we use are so trite, so limited. How do you describe that first melting of a friend's face after a vicious fight, the moment when you suddenly know that eventually, you will survive this. — Edmond Manning
Words To Describe You Sayings By Meg Rosoff: The feeling of the cold water and the hot sun and having the river just The feeling of the cold water and the hot sun and having the river just flow over your skin like a dolphin wasn't something I had enough words to describe but was the kind of feeling you never forget. I — Meg Rosoff
Words To Describe You Sayings By Victoria Moran: If you celebrate your differentness, the world will, too. It believes exactly what you tell If you celebrate your differentness, the world will, too. It believes exactly what you tell it - through the words you use to describe yourself, the actions you take to care for yourself, and the choices you make to express yourself. Tell the world you are one-of-a-kind creation who came here to experience wonder and spread joy. Expect to be accommodated. — Victoria Moran
Words To Describe You Sayings By George Hodgman: You must always, always tell the truth. If you are mad, say so. If someone You must always, always tell the truth. If you are mad, say so. If someone asks you anything, try to find the exact words to describe what you have to say. If you try to tell the exact truth, always, you will ground yourself, become yourself. The truth connects you. It hooks you back up. — George Hodgman
Words To Describe You Sayings By C.S. Lewis: In writing. Don't use adjectives which merely tell us how you want us to feel In writing. Don't use adjectives which merely tell us how you want us to feel about the thing you are describing. I mean, instead of telling us a thing was "terrible," describe it so that we'll be terrified. Don't say it was "delightful"; make us say "delightful" when we've read the description. You see, all those words (horrifying, wonderful, hideous, exquisite) are only like saying to your readers, "Please will you do my job for me."
[Letter to Joan Lancaster, 26 June 1956] — C.S. Lewis
Words To Describe You Sayings By R.J. Palacio: I never used to see August the way other people saw him. I knew he I never used to see August the way other people saw him. I knew he didn't look exactly normal, but I really didn't understand why strangers seemed so shocked when they saw him. Horrified. Sickened. Scared. There are so many words I can use to describe the looks on people's faces. And for a long time I didn't get it. I'd just get mad. Mad when they stared. Mad when they looked away. "What the heck are you looking at?" I'd say to people - even grown-ups. Then, when I was about eleven, I went to stay with Grans in Montauk for four weeks while August was having — R.J. Palacio
Words To Describe You Sayings By Jo Nesbo: Well, Espen, you're no drug addict, so why do you beg?" "Because it's my mission Well, Espen, you're no drug addict, so why do you beg?"
"Because it's my mission to be mirror for mankind so that they can see which actions are great and which are small."
"And which are great?"
Espen sighed in despair, as though weary of repeating the obvious. "Charity. Sharing and helping your neighbor. The Bible deals with nothing else. In fact, you have to search extremely hard to find anything about sex before marriage, abortion, homosexuality, or a woman's right to speak in public. But, of course, it is easier for Pharisees to talk aloud about subordinate clauses than to describe and perform the great actions the Bible leaves us in no doubt about: You have to give half of what you own to someone who has nothing. Thousands of people are dying every day without hearing the words of God because these Christians will not let go of their earthly goods. I'm giving them a chance to reflect. — Jo Nesbo
Words To Describe You Sayings By Richelle Mead: Damn it," I muttered. "What?" asked Adrian. "I hate when you're the sane one. That's Damn it," I muttered.
"What?" asked Adrian.
"I hate when you're the sane one. That's my job."
"Rose," he said, forcibly trying to keep a serious tone, "I can think of many words to describe you, sexy and hot being at the top of the list. You know what's not on the list? Sane. — Richelle Mead
Words To Describe You Sayings By Bill Maher: New Rule: Getting up close and personal with sharks doesn't make you a wildlife enthusiastit New Rule: Getting up close and personal with sharks doesn't make you a wildlife enthusiast
it makes you dinner. An Austrian tourist wanted to get "face-to-face" with sharks, so he went diving in waters baited with bloody fish parts. And he got ate. A friend was asked to describe the man. He needed only two words: "Good chum. — Bill Maher
Words To Describe You Sayings By Thea Harrison: He wished he knew how to describe to her what he felt.I started counting time He wished he knew how to describe to her what he felt.
I started counting time for you.
I want to change who I am for you.
You are my Grace.
He was too full, and there weren't enough words.
He said, "I did not know I needed grace until I met you."
Then as she held him tightly, he knew that what he said had been enough. — Thea Harrison
Words To Describe You Sayings By Bill Clegg: There are no words precise enough to describe how wide and empty the world is There are no words precise enough to describe how wide and empty the world is when you lose someone that matters to you as much as Penny did to me. — Bill Clegg