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Burnished Quotes By Greta Garbo: Except physically, we know little more about Garbo Except physically, we know little more about Garbo than we know about Shakespeare. — Greta Garbo
Burnished Quotes By Mark Helprin: He wanted actually to live inside the dream He wanted actually to live inside the dream that captured his eye, to spend his days and nights in a fume of burnished gold. — Mark Helprin
Burnished Quotes By Rohinton Mistry: A lifetime had to be crafted, just like A lifetime had to be crafted, just like anything else, she thought, it had to be moulded and beaten and burnished in order to get the most out of it. — Rohinton Mistry
Burnished Quotes By Anne Graham Lotz: There is nothing at all that God won't There is nothing at all that God won't forgive. — Anne Graham Lotz
Burnished Quotes By Sharon Cameron: She was clever, and beautiful, and hard as She was clever, and beautiful, and hard as burnished bronze. — Sharon Cameron
Burnished Quotes By Garrison Keillor: It's better to be burnished with use than It's better to be burnished with use than rusty with principle. — Garrison Keillor
Burnished Quotes By Jincy Willett: Not just the absence of sound, but positive, Not just the absence of sound, but positive, warm, burnished silence. — Jincy Willett
Burnished Quotes By G.K. Chesterton: There should be a burnished tablet let into There should be a burnished tablet let into the ground on the spot where some courageous man first ate Stilton cheese, and survived. — G.K. Chesterton
Burnished Quotes By Audre Lorde: What you hear in my voice is fury, What you hear in my voice is fury, not suffering. Anger, not moral authority — Audre Lorde
Burnished Quotes By Deirdre Madden: Sometimes the most important and powerful element is Sometimes the most important and powerful element is an absence, a lack, a burnished space in your mind that glows and aches as you try to fill it. — Deirdre Madden