The Barn Quotes

Collection of top 62 famous quotes about The Barn

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The Barn Quotes By Lois McMaster Bujold: Farmer barn dances, although the Farmer barn dances, although the Lois McMaster Bujold
The Barn Quotes By Kathy Bryson: You tell me the dead are coming through You tell me the dead are coming through a crack in my barn, but I shouldn't worry? — Kathy Bryson
The Barn Quotes By Orson Scott Card: Only a fool closes the door when the Only a fool closes the door when the wolf is already inside the barn. — Orson Scott Card
The Barn Quotes By Larry McMurtry: I'd like to see you think the roof I'd like to see you think the roof back on that barn," Call said. — Larry McMurtry
The Barn Quotes By William Faulkner: The two girls emanated an incorrigible idle inertia. The two girls emanated an incorrigible idle inertia. — William Faulkner
The Barn Quotes By Adrian Rogers: It's what you sow that multiplies, not what It's what you sow that multiplies, not what you keep in the barn. — Adrian Rogers
The Barn Quotes By Meryl Streep: Having been let out of the barn once, Having been let out of the barn once, I know I wouldn't be happy if I were home all the time. — Meryl Streep
The Barn Quotes By Elizabeth Bear: A barn owl was perched atop the refrigerator. A barn owl was perched atop the refrigerator. — Elizabeth Bear
The Barn Quotes By David Sedaris: He led me to the barn, where a He led me to the barn, where a Mexican man stood waiting for his turn at the shower. "Whole-aah, Toe-moss," he shouted. — David Sedaris
The Barn Quotes By Marcia Lynn McClure: He's magnificent!" Maureen sighed, walking to the window He's magnificent!" Maureen sighed, walking to the window and watching Brevan saunter toward the barn.
"He is not a horse, Maury," Genieva reminded. — Marcia Lynn McClure
The Barn Quotes By Parke Godwin: The soft, fluttering cry of a barn owl The soft, fluttering cry of a barn owl rose over the churchyard. Silent men flowed out of the dark. — Parke Godwin
The Barn Quotes By Matsuo Basho: The moon is brighter since the barn burned. The moon is brighter since the barn burned. — Matsuo Basho
The Barn Quotes By James Hogg: Auld John may dee a beggar in a Auld John may dee a beggar in a hay barn, or at the back of a dike, but he sall aye be master o' his ain thoughts an' gie them vent or no, as he likes — James Hogg
The Barn Quotes By Jack Kevorkian: If Christ can die in a barn, I If Christ can die in a barn, I think the death of a human in a van is not so bad. — Jack Kevorkian
The Barn Quotes By Peter Lerangis: About f-f-ace!" she said to the horse, flailing About f-f-ace!" she said to the horse, flailing with her boots. "Into the barn, please. It's time for some tasty hay! Haaaaaaay! — Peter Lerangis
The Barn Quotes By David Aaron Kessler: The history of government regulation of food safety The history of government regulation of food safety is one of government watchdogs chasing the horse after it's out of the barn. — David Aaron Kessler
The Barn Quotes By John Geddes: Across the snowy field the barn light gleams Across the snowy field the barn light gleams - it's the loneliness of November twilight ... — John Geddes
The Barn Quotes By Dennis Vickers: Whacked away under the desk like hail on Whacked away under the desk like hail on a barn roof. — Dennis Vickers
The Barn Quotes By Ross Perot: If someone as blessed as I am is If someone as blessed as I am is not willing to clean out the barn, who will? — Ross Perot
The Barn Quotes By Lesley Kagen: Troo hits the hay every night like a Troo hits the hay every night like a bale falling out of our old barn loft. — Lesley Kagen
The Barn Quotes By Hesiod: Do not let any sweet-talking woman beguile your Do not let any sweet-talking woman beguile your good sense with the fascination of her shape. It's your barn she's after. — Hesiod
The Barn Quotes By Don Meyer: You have to clean out the pig barn You have to clean out the pig barn every week because you know your pigs are in there doing their jobs every day. — Don Meyer
The Barn Quotes By Sarah Lewis: Mizuta Masahide's haiku: "My barn having burned down Mizuta Masahide's haiku: "My barn having burned down / I can now see the moon. — Sarah Lewis
The Barn Quotes By Michele M. Reynolds: Don't panic, but there are three bears surrounding Don't panic, but there are three bears surrounding me in the barn. — Michele M. Reynolds
The Barn Quotes By Brene Brown: But as poet Mizuta Masahide wrote, "Barn's burnt But as poet Mizuta Masahide wrote, "Barn's burnt down / now / I can see the moon. — Brene Brown
The Barn Quotes By Rick Yancey: In every creepy movie ever made, the barn In every creepy movie ever made, the barn is the prime nesting ground for the things you don't know you're looking for and always regret finding. — Rick Yancey
The Barn Quotes By E.B. White: I am always humbled by the infite ingenuity I am always humbled by the infite ingenuity of the Lord, who can make a red barn cast a blue shadow. — E.B. White
The Barn Quotes By Coventry Patmore: The promises of God are samples of what The promises of God are samples of what is promised; as a handful of wheat is of the barn. — Coventry Patmore
The Barn Quotes By Frank O'Hara: To be cool, decisive, precise, yes,while the barn To be cool,
decisive,
precise,
yes,
while the barn door hits you in the face — Frank O'Hara
The Barn Quotes By Courtney Milan: In fact, if the conversation had been animate, In fact, if the conversation had been animate, the merciful thing to do would have been to take it out behind the barn and shoot it. — Courtney Milan
The Barn Quotes By Chevy Stevens: I was supposed to be cleaning out the I was supposed to be cleaning out the barn, but I was usually reading romance novels. That's how you grow up to be a thriller writer. — Chevy Stevens
The Barn Quotes By Sylvia Plath: You are the one. Solid the spaces lean You are the one. Solid the spaces lean on, envious. You are the baby in the barn. — Sylvia Plath
The Barn Quotes By Dana Carvey: You know, sometimes you can't just take an You know, sometimes you can't just take an armadillo, put it in the barn, light it on fire and expect it to make licorice. — Dana Carvey
The Barn Quotes By Mojo Nixon: Dad's going steady with a pig in the Dad's going steady with a pig in the barn. — Mojo Nixon
The Barn Quotes By Lauren Wolk: Our old barn taught me one of the Our old barn taught me one of the most important lessons I was ever to learn: that the extraordinary can live in the simplest things" -Annabelle — Lauren Wolk
The Barn Quotes By Jim Murphy: ...a single tongue of flame shooting out the ...a single tongue of flame shooting out the side of the O'Learys' barn.
(Where the fire started) — Jim Murphy
The Barn Quotes By Nicola Marsh: All pomp and show." Anjali's glare at the All pomp and show." Anjali's glare at the house would've exploded bricks if she'd had superhuman powers. "A fat cow needs a big barn. — Nicola Marsh
The Barn Quotes By John Steinbeck: Her fingers moved gently in his hair. She Her fingers moved gently in his hair. She looked up and across the barn, and her lips came together and smiled mysteriously. — John Steinbeck
The Barn Quotes By Catherine Gilbert Murdock: I milked, of course, and did some work I milked, of course, and did some work around the barn, and tried not to think about Brian, which was like trying not to breathe. — Catherine Gilbert Murdock
The Barn Quotes By Jim Crace: The dead leaves fly. They're cropped and gathered The dead leaves fly. They're cropped and gathered to the rich barn of the earth. — Jim Crace
The Barn Quotes By John Grisham: can smell the barn. can smell the barn. — John Grisham
The Barn Quotes By Don DeLillo: Once you've seen the signs about the barn, Once you've seen the signs about the barn, it becomes impossible to see the barn. — Don DeLillo
The Barn Quotes By Antony Gormley: I want people to be excited about cooling I want people to be excited about cooling towers and megasheds; they're as much part of our history as the rural barn. — Antony Gormley
The Barn Quotes By Loretta Lynn: Mommy smoked but she didn't want us to. Mommy smoked but she didn't want us to. She saw smoke coming out of the barn one time, so we got whipped. — Loretta Lynn