Graham Joyce Quotes

Top 29 wise famous quotes and sayings by Graham Joyce

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Graham Joyce quotes: Why can't our job here on earth be simply to inspire each other? Why can't our job here on earth be simply to inspire each other?
Graham Joyce quotes: Through the window a broken fingernail of moon was visible. Through the window a broken fingernail of moon was visible.
Graham Joyce quotes: Demons do tend to cluster around the yellowing pages and cracked spines of second hand books. Demons do tend to cluster around the yellowing pages and cracked spines of second hand books.
Graham Joyce quotes: It was then that I thought: Judith I could slap your face for a whole day and not stop even for lunch. It was then that I thought: Judith I could slap your face for a whole day and not stop even for lunch.
Graham Joyce quotes: The trouble with forgiveness is that some people don't want to be forgiven. The trouble with forgiveness is that some people don't want to be forgiven.
Graham Joyce quotes: I can tell you a dozen different stories. This is what we are: a collection of stories that we share, in common. This is what we are to each other. I can tell you a dozen different stories. This is what we are: a collection of stories that we share, in common. This is what we are to each other.
Graham Joyce quotes: Some people feed you with love," Tara said, "and some people love you with food. Some people feed you with love," Tara said, "and some people love you with food.
Graham Joyce quotes: Some people feed you with love. Some people feed you with love.
Graham Joyce quotes: I've been a professional writer for 20 years, and there are contours in that time, crescents and troughs. I've been a professional writer for 20 years, and there are contours in that time, crescents and troughs.
Graham Joyce quotes: There is no "mid" about it. Life is a crisis from the cradle to the grave. There is no "mid" about it. Life is a crisis from the cradle to the grave.
Graham Joyce quotes: It is, of course, the first recourse of every elitist to see social barbarism in others. It is, of course, the first recourse of every elitist to see social barbarism in others.
Graham Joyce quotes: I've been playing 'Doom' for some years. I've been playing 'Doom' for some years.
Graham Joyce quotes: She couldn't see him, but his voice was like light through a stained-glass window in a cathedral. She couldn't see him, but his voice was like light through a stained-glass window in a cathedral.
Graham Joyce quotes: I have to get out once a week and speak with people or I start thinking I'm the emperor of Abyssinia. I have to get out once a week and speak with people or I start thinking I'm the emperor of Abyssinia.
Graham Joyce quotes: Rome is a place almost worn out by being looked at, a city collapsing under the weight of reference. Rome is a place almost worn out by being looked at, a city collapsing under the weight of reference.
Graham Joyce quotes: I LOVE HORSES!' shrieked the Tooth Fairy over his shoulder. I LOVE HORSES!' shrieked the Tooth Fairy over his shoulder.
Graham Joyce quotes: The mist hung in the air like a prancing unicorn. The mist hung in the air like a prancing unicorn.
Graham Joyce quotes: The blood in my veins is frozen but it sings of love. The blood in my veins is frozen but it sings of love.
Graham Joyce quotes: 'Plutocracy.' It has a perfect nuance: chilly, inaccessible, icy-rich. 'Plutocracy.' It has a perfect nuance: chilly, inaccessible, icy-rich.
Graham Joyce quotes: The modern superstition is that we're free of superstition. The modern superstition is that we're free of superstition.
Graham Joyce quotes: That's emails for ya: sometimes they're like an arrow that hits so deep in the target, you can't pull it out. That's emails for ya: sometimes they're like an arrow that hits so deep in the target, you can't pull it out.