Linda Hogan Quotes

Top 24 wise famous quotes and sayings by Linda Hogan

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Linda Hogan quotes: There is a geography of the human spirit, common to all peoples. There is a geography of the human spirit, common to all peoples.
Linda Hogan quotes: We make art out of our loss. We make art out of our loss.
Linda Hogan quotes: To be a hero you always have to betray something or someone. To be a hero you always have to betray something or someone.
Linda Hogan quotes: Now they were merely trying to fill themselves up but not with the heart, not the soul. They'd lost both those along the way ... Now they were merely trying to fill themselves up but not with the heart, not the soul. They'd lost both those along the way ...
Linda Hogan quotes: Oblivion, she thought. That was the world she lived in. It was what they should name some countries, towns, and places. Oblivion, she thought. That was the world she lived in. It was what they should name some countries, towns, and places.
Linda Hogan quotes: I think of that word, power, and what it means. It means you feed your people, you help the world. I never understood what else there was to it I think of that word, power, and what it means. It means you feed your people, you help the world. I never understood what else there was to it
Linda Hogan quotes: Poetry is a string of words that parades without a permit. Poetry is a string of words that parades without a permit.
Linda Hogan quotes: Mystery is part of each life, and maybe it is healthier to uphold it than to spend a lifetime in search of half-made answers. Mystery is part of each life, and maybe it is healthier to uphold it than to spend a lifetime in search of half-made answers.
Linda Hogan quotes: It is a paradox in the contemporary world that in our desire for peace we must willingly give ourselves to struggle. It is a paradox in the contemporary world that in our desire for peace we must willingly give ourselves to struggle.
Linda Hogan quotes: Stories are for people what water is for plants. Stories are for people what water is for plants.
Linda Hogan quotes: Telling about our lives is important for those who come after as, for those who will see our experience as part of their own historical struggle. Telling about our lives is important for those who come after as, for those who will see our experience as part of their own historical struggle.
Linda Hogan quotes: I resented my mother for guessing my innermost secrets. She was like God, everywhere at once knowing everything. I resented my mother for guessing my innermost secrets. She was like God, everywhere at once knowing everything.
Linda Hogan quotes: She was an anchor but at least now she knew it had an end, a stopping place. It hit bottom. She could fall no deeper. She was an anchor but at least now she knew it had an end, a stopping place. It hit bottom. She could fall no deeper.
Linda Hogan quotes: Some people see scars, and it is wounding they remember. To me they are proof of the fact that there is healing. Some people see scars, and it is wounding they remember. To me they are proof of the fact that there is healing.
Linda Hogan quotes: Poetry has its own laws speaking for the life of the planet. It is a language that wants to bring back together what the other words have torn apart. Poetry has its own laws speaking for the life of the planet. It is a language that wants to bring back together what the other words have torn apart.
Linda Hogan quotes: There is a way that nature speaks, that land speaks. Most of the time we are simply not patient enough, quiet enough, to pay attention to the story. There is a way that nature speaks, that land speaks. Most of the time we are simply not patient enough, quiet enough, to pay attention to the story.
Linda Hogan quotes: Tears have a purpose. they are what we carry of the ocean, and perhaps we must become the sea, give ourselves to it, if we are to be transformed. Tears have a purpose. they are what we carry of the ocean, and perhaps we must become the sea, give ourselves to it, if we are to be transformed.
Linda Hogan quotes: Death is dancing me ragged. Death is dancing me ragged.