Jamie O'Neill Quotes

Top 11 wise famous quotes and sayings by Jamie O'Neill

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Jamie O'Neill quotes: He slept that night thinking of loves and lighthouses. That one love might shine to bring all loves home. He slept that night thinking of loves and lighthouses. That one love might shine to bring all loves home.
Jamie O'Neill quotes: It was far too absurd to die of a Tuesday It was far too absurd to die of a Tuesday
Jamie O'Neill quotes: Damn it all, MacMurrough, are you telling me you are an unspeakable of the Oscar Wilde sort?''If you mean am I Irish, the answer is yes. Damn it all, MacMurrough, are you telling me you are an unspeakable of the Oscar Wilde sort?'
'If you mean am I Irish, the answer is yes.
Jamie O'Neill quotes: If you carry the weather with you, then character is determined by the prevailing wind If you carry the weather with you, then character is determined by the prevailing wind
Jamie O'Neill quotes: A wedding left the church and, meeting a funeral, walked three steps with the dead. A wedding left the church and, meeting a funeral, walked three steps with the dead.
Jamie O'Neill quotes: We're extraordinary people. We must do extraordinary things. We're extraordinary people. We must do extraordinary things.
Jamie O'Neill quotes: My black-headed black-eyed boy. I remember every day of you. How would I forget? My black-headed black-eyed boy. I remember every day of you. How would I forget?
Jamie O'Neill quotes: His collar pulled and his tie strained against the intrusion. He blinked. He was irresistibly aware of the oddness of moving things. His collar pulled and his tie strained against the intrusion. He blinked. He was irresistibly aware of the oddness of moving things.
Jamie O'Neill quotes: The four cautions: Beware a woman in front of you, beware a horse behind of you, beware a cart beside of you, and beware a priest every which way. The four cautions: Beware a woman in front of you, beware a horse behind of you, beware a cart beside of you, and beware a priest every which way.