Catherine O'Flynn Quotes

Top 7 wise famous quotes and sayings by Catherine O'Flynn

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Catherine O'Flynn quotes: Our absence is what remains of us. Our absence is what remains of us.
Catherine O'Flynn quotes: I hate it here. I hate the way everyone looks at you. I hate the way everyone looks. I hate it here. I hate the way everyone looks at you. I hate the way everyone looks.
Catherine O'Flynn quotes: The longer she looked down the more scared she became of the growing urge to throw herself off. The longer she looked down the more scared she became of the growing urge to throw herself off.
Catherine O'Flynn quotes: She found the evenings long and empty, and the nights worse. She dreaded the weekends. She found the evenings long and empty, and the nights worse. She dreaded the weekends.
Catherine O'Flynn quotes: Dermot studied the backs of his hands. "I always loved her." He placed them flat on his knees. "But I've been less lonely since she's gone. Dermot studied the backs of his hands. "I always loved her." He placed them flat on his knees. "But I've been less lonely since she's gone.
Catherine O'Flynn quotes: It frightened her to witness these mass ebbs and flows, to work at the cutting face of all that suggestion and manipulation. It frightened her to witness these mass ebbs and flows, to work at the cutting face of all that suggestion and manipulation.
Catherine O'Flynn quotes: He had no trust in his own judgement any more, but there was no one else to rely on. He had no trust in his own judgement any more, but there was no one else to rely on.