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Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles De Lint: She hoped he was running to his red She hoped he was running to his red deer woman, and that when he tapped on the door of her heart, she'd open it wide and let him in. Charles De Lint
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles D'Ambrosio: It's hard to kill yourself by taking Tylenol. It's hard to kill yourself by taking Tylenol. You die from liver failure, which takes a long time... Charles D'Ambrosio
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By J. D. Souther: I didn't even respect singers until I heard I didn't even respect singers until I heard Ray Charles, Frank Sinatra and Louis Armstrong. J. D. Souther
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles Lamb: If thou would'st have me sing and play If thou would'st have me sing and play As once I play'd and sung, First take this time-worn lute away, And bring one freshly strung. Charles Lamb
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles Churchill: Drawn by conceit from reason's planHow vain is Drawn by conceit from reason's plan
How vain is that poor creature man;
How pleas'd in ev'ry paltry elf
To grate about that thing himself.
Charles Churchill
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles Durning: I'd like to have a decade of my I'd like to have a decade of my life back. I dropped into a void for almost a decade. Charles Durning
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles Darwin: One may say there is a force like One may say there is a force like a hundred thousand wedges ... Charles Darwin
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles Rangel: I never thought I'd miss Nancy Reagan. There I never thought I'd miss Nancy Reagan. There can't be a rating [on the Clinton drug policy] when there hasn't been a performance. Charles Rangel
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles Evers: I'd rather be dead and in heaven than I'd rather be dead and in heaven than afraid to do what I think is right. Charles Evers
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Patricia Briggs: Anna looked at Brother Wolf. 'I'd like to Anna looked at Brother Wolf. 'I'd like to see someone try to put a radio control collar on Charles. It might be fun to watch on YouTube. Patricia Briggs
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles Frazier: It's a good thing war is so terrible It's a good thing war is so terrible or else we'd get to liking it too much. Charles Frazier
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Prince Charles: I'd rather go by bus. I'd rather go by bus. Prince Charles
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles F. Glassman: Are the accomplishments that people boast about real? Are the accomplishments that people boast about real? Probably. But I'd rather hang out with real people, and real people don't have to boast. Charles F. Glassman
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles G.D. Roberts: Winter's done, and April's in the skies,Earth, look Winter's done, and April's in the skies,
Earth, look up with laughter in your eyes! — Charles G.D. Roberts
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles Churchill: Nature listening stood, whilst Shakespeare play'dAnd wonder'd at Nature listening stood, whilst Shakespeare play'd
And wonder'd at the work herself had made. — Charles Churchill
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles D. Broad: Common sense says that chairs and tables exist Common sense says that chairs and tables exist independently of whether anyone happens to perceive them or not. — Charles D. Broad
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles D'Orleans: I am dying of thirst by the side I am dying of thirst by the side of the fountain. — Charles D'Orleans
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles R. Swindoll: If I had my life to live over, If I had my life to live over, I'd have spent more hours in worship. — Charles R. Swindoll
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles D. Broad: When I see a colour or hear a When I see a colour or hear a sound, I am aware of something, and not of nothing. — Charles D. Broad
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles Frazier: If I had a brother in jail and If I had a brother in jail and one in Georgia, I'd try to bust the one out of Georgia first. — Charles Frazier
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Laurel Cremant: Charles, if you were here right now, I'd Charles, if you were here right now, I'd totally kiss you."
He chuckled softly. "I get that a lot, but I doubt my boyfriend will approve. — Laurel Cremant
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles Ferguson: I'd been a film maniac since I was I'd been a film maniac since I was very young; by the time I was eight or nine years old, I was hooked on movies. — Charles Ferguson
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles De Gaulle: I always thought I was Jeanne d'Arc and I always thought I was Jeanne d'Arc and Bonaparte. How little one knows oneself. — Charles De Gaulle
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles F. Glassman: I'd rather someone be honest and tell me I'd rather someone be honest and tell me something that I didn't want to hear, rather than dishonest and tell me something I want to hear. — Charles F. Glassman
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles De Leusse: The Smile of a Child enlarge the universe The Smile of a Child enlarge the universe (D'un enfant le sourire - Agrandit l'univers) — Charles De Leusse
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles Sheehan-Miles: I'd say you're worth falling in love with I'd say you're worth falling in love with twice. — Charles Sheehan-Miles
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles Barkley: There's nobody you'd rather beat than your good There's nobody you'd rather beat than your good friend. — Charles Barkley
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles D'Ambrosio: We are more intimately bound to one another We are more intimately bound to one another by our kindred doubts than our brave conclusions. — Charles D'Ambrosio
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles G.D. Roberts: Grey rocks, and greyer sea, And surf along Grey rocks, and greyer sea,
And surf along the shore
And in my heart a name
My lips shall speak no more. — Charles G.D. Roberts
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles Foster Johnson: If I had it to do over, I'd If I had it to do over, I'd vote for Obama without hesitation. I'm very thankful that McCain and Palin aren't in office. — Charles Foster Johnson
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles D'Ambrosio: Yeah, well, I wanted to be a screenwriter, Yeah, well, I wanted to be a screenwriter, and guess what? I am one. That's the other tragedy in life. — Charles D'Ambrosio
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles Haddon Spurgeon: Gladly I close this festive day, Grasping the Gladly I close this festive day, Grasping the altar's hallow'd horn; My slips and faults are washed away, The Lamb has all my trespass borne. — Charles Haddon Spurgeon
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles Portis: Listen, here's what I'd like to do: I'd Listen, here's what I'd like to do: I'd like to live in a trailer and play records all night. — Charles Portis
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles Dickens: He'd write letters by the ream, if it He'd write letters by the ream, if it was a capital offence! — Charles Dickens
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Lynn Charles: If we waited until everyone was unbroken, we'd If we waited until everyone was unbroken, we'd never connect with anyone — Lynn Charles
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles Bukowski: There was something about funerals. It made you There was something about funerals. It made you see things better. A funeral a day and I'd be rich. — Charles Bukowski
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles Davis: I'd never realized how bad that house needed I'd never realized how bad that house needed music until I heard it, I knew right then that big houses need music more than little ones. — Charles Davis
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles Dance: If I was to put a little flag If I was to put a little flag in everywhere I've been in the world, there'd be a lot of little flags. — Charles Dance
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles Benoit: If you thought about it you'd realize that If you thought about it you'd realize that you don't have control over everything, but you control how you react — Charles Benoit
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles D'Ambrosio: I've often thought that the unit of measure I've often thought that the unit of measure that best suits prose is the human breath — Charles D'Ambrosio
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles Lambert: He'd never wanted to know, which is also He'd never wanted to know, which is also a sort of knowing. — Charles Lambert
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles Dickens: Family not only need to consist of merely Family not only need to consist of merely those whom we share blood, but also for those whom we'd give blood. — Charles Dickens
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles Frazier: If I had to give up reading or If I had to give up reading or give up listening to music, I suspect I'd stick with the music. — Charles Frazier
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles D'Ambrosio: You all have stories, Sandy said. And we You all have stories, Sandy said. And we have secrets — Charles D'Ambrosio
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles Lamb: Oh, breathe not his name! let it sleep Oh, breathe not his name! let it sleep in the shade, Where cold and unhonour'd his relics are laid — Charles Lamb
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles G.D. Roberts: Time, like a flurry of wild rain,Shall drift Time, like a flurry of wild rain,
Shall drift across the darkened pane! — Charles G.D. Roberts
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles Lamb: For with G. D., to be absent from For with G. D., to be absent from the body is sometimes (not to speak profanely) to be present with the Lord. — Charles Lamb
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles D'Ambrosio: Everything died off and disappeared in that silent Everything died off and disappeared in that silent way only an eon can absorb and keep secret. — Charles D'Ambrosio
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles Bukowski: I would be married, but I'd have no I would be married, but I'd have no wife, I would be married to a single life. — Charles Bukowski
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Bill Bryson: For a long time, I'd been vaguely fascinated For a long time, I'd been vaguely fascinated by the idea that Charles Lindbergh flew the Atlantic and Babe Ruth hit 60 home runs in the same summer. — Bill Bryson
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles D. Broad: The pure natural scientist is liable to forget The pure natural scientist is liable to forget that minds exist, and that if it were not for them he could neither know nor act on physical objects. — Charles D. Broad
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles Frazier: What I'm certain I don't want is to What I'm certain I don't want is to find myself someday in a new century, an old bitter woman looking back, wishing that right now I'd had more nerve. — Charles Frazier
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles Mingus: If Charlie Parker were a Gunslinger, There'd be If Charlie Parker were a Gunslinger, There'd be a Whole Lot of Dead Copycats — Charles Mingus
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles D'Ambrosio: ...the boy saw faces disinigrate before his eyes, ...the boy saw faces disinigrate before his eyes, faces that fell to pieces, then disappeared, leaving a hole. — Charles D'Ambrosio
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles R. Swindoll: Which should be an excellent reminder that when Which should be an excellent reminder that when God tells you to do something, you'd better do it; He always has a reason. — Charles R. Swindoll
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles Frazier: Well, I'm a slow writer. For me, a Well, I'm a slow writer. For me, a good day is a page, maybe a page and a half. I'd love to be more efficient, but I am not. — Charles Frazier
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles M. Schulz: If I were a better artist, I'd be If I were a better artist, I'd be a painter, and if I were a better writer, I'd write books.. but I'm not, so I draw cartoons! — Charles M. Schulz
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Stephen King: Of course they had more chains on him Of course they had more chains on him than Scrooge saw on Marley's ghost, but he could have kicked up dickens if he'd wanted. That's a pun, son. — Stephen King
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles Martin: Never make it without the compass. In the Never make it without the compass. In the trees, I'd lose all sense of perspective. Direction. Maybe life is like that. — Charles Martin
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles Churchill: With various readings stored his empty skull, Learn'd With various readings stored his empty skull, Learn'd without sense, and venerably dull. — Charles Churchill
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles S. Jackson: about how they'd all fair about how they'd all fair — Charles S. Jackson
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles D. Broad: In Psychology we deal with minds and their In Psychology we deal with minds and their processes, and leave out of account as far as possible the objects that we get to know by means of them. — Charles D. Broad
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Ann Charles: Violet Lynn Parker, you'd better spill or I'll Violet Lynn Parker, you'd better spill or I'll start bellowing 'Happy Birthday' to you in my Bobcat Goldthwait voice. — Ann Charles
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles McCarry: Other writers tell me about these bushel baskets Other writers tell me about these bushel baskets delivered at the front door. If I've gotten 50 letters over the last 18 years, I'd be surprised. — Charles McCarry
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles Bukowski: I'd listen to the radio and look at I'd listen to the radio and look at the
walls and get drunk enough to
almost forget her
but then she would return once
again. — Charles Bukowski
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Ray Charles: My music had roots which I'd dug up My music had roots which I'd dug up from my own childhood, musical roots buried in the darkest soil. — Ray Charles
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Krista Ritchie: Great, he can't read my mind. What I'd Great, he can't read my mind. What I'd give to be dating Charles Xavier - though — Krista Ritchie
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles Haddon Spurgeon: If you cut him, (John Bunyan) he'd bleed If you cut him, (John Bunyan) he'd bleed Scripture! — Charles Haddon Spurgeon
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles G.D. Roberts: O wild, dark flower of woman, Deep rose O wild, dark flower of woman, Deep rose of my desire, An Eastern wizard made you Of earth and stars and fire. — Charles G.D. Roberts
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles Dickens: I always loved that boy as if he'd I always loved that boy as if he'd been my
my
my own grandfather. — Charles Dickens
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles Colson: I'd walk over my own grandmother to re-elect I'd walk over my own grandmother to re-elect Richard Nixon. — Charles Colson
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles Manson: Believe me, if I started murdering people there'd Believe me, if I started murdering people there'd be none of ya left. — Charles Manson
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles D'Ambrosio: it's nearly impossible to convey our deepest passions it's nearly impossible to convey our deepest passions yet damned easy to share what's dullest and worst about ourselves. — Charles D'Ambrosio
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles Todd: I was always a killer. It was my I was always a killer. It was my skill, and they'd taught me well. She taught me love. — Charles Todd
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles Stross: Bob loses saving throw vs. shiny with a Bob loses saving throw vs. shiny with a penalty of -5. Bob takes 2d8 damage to the credit card. — Charles Stross
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles Bukowski: Oh, you've got a sweet voice, baby, such Oh, you've got a sweet voice, baby, such a sad sad sweet voice, I'd like to fuck you, I thought. — Charles Bukowski
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles D'Ambrosio: her knees, which looked, in the faint blue her knees, which looked, in the faint blue light, as though they'd been carved by water from a bar of soap. — Charles D'Ambrosio
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles D'Ambrosio: She sighed. Ignatius, do you know what the She sighed. Ignatius, do you know what the opposite of love is?
Hate, I said.
Despair, Sister said. Despair is the opposite of love. — Charles D'Ambrosio
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles D'Ambrosio: Folks double my age and older often run Folks double my age and older often run down a conversation tracking a vanishing world that will, with the passing of their memory, vanish entirely. — Charles D'Ambrosio
Charles D'ambrosio Quotes By Charles M. Schulz: What if everyone in the whole world suddenly What if everyone in the whole world suddenly decided to run away from his problems?"
"Well, at least we'd all be running in the same direction! — Charles M. Schulz