Amy Leach Quotes

Top 9 wise famous quotes and sayings by Amy Leach

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Amy Leach Famous Quotes & Sayings

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Amy Leach quotes: Nature has another power besides the power to terrify. Nature has another power besides the power to terrify.
Amy Leach quotes: Why should conversation always be so much more coherent than experience? Why should conversation always be so much more coherent than experience?
Amy Leach quotes: The world, full of past sound, would be like the sky, full of past light. The world would be like the mind, for which there is no once. The world, full of past sound, would be like the sky, full of past light. The world would be like the mind, for which there is no once.
Amy Leach quotes: If you decide to stop flying, it is wise to hang on to your wings, for you may need them one day, when one of your other qualities turns dangerous. If you decide to stop flying, it is wise to hang on to your wings, for you may need them one day, when one of your other qualities turns dangerous.
Amy Leach quotes: If ever you grow weary of concrete, so much concrete conversation, you might take your questions to the forest. If ever you grow weary of concrete, so much concrete conversation, you might take your questions to the forest.
Amy Leach quotes: IMPENDING DOOM Some dooms tug at your sleeve, some dooms shimmer by, and some dooms bring you to your knees. IMPENDING DOOM Some dooms tug at your sleeve, some dooms shimmer by, and some dooms bring you to your knees.
Amy Leach quotes: FIREFLAKES: The stars; as transitory as snowflakes only their transitoriness is protracted. FIREFLAKES: The stars; as transitory as snowflakes only their transitoriness is protracted.
Amy Leach quotes: Thus are many identities, over time, shown to be temporary alignments of components involved in a deeper allegiance. Thus are many identities, over time, shown to be temporary alignments of components involved in a deeper allegiance.
Amy Leach quotes: The air is a question and those who travel upon it travel in questions. When will I find what? Where is who? The air is a question and those who travel upon it travel in questions. When will I find what? Where is who?