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  • When the voice of your friend or the page of your book sinks into democratic equality with the pattern of the wallpaper, the feel of your clothes, your memory of last night, and the noises from the road, you are falling asleep. The highly selective consciousness enjoyed by fully alert men, with all its builded sentiments and consecrated ideals, has as much to be called real as the drowsy chaos, and more.

    Dream   Memories   Real  
    C.S. Lewis (2005). “A Preface to Paradise Lost”, p.130, Atlantic Publishers & Dist
  • The greatest success in life is to feel I’m something for someone; the feeling of falling in love, the newness of love.

  • Pick a man, any man. Every guy I fall for becomes Jesus Christ within the first twenty-four hours of our relationship. I know that this happens, I see it happening, I even feel myself, sometimes, standing at some temporal crossroads, some distinct moment at which I can walk away and keep it from happening, but I never do. I grab at everything, I end up with nothing, and then I feel bereft. I mourn for the loss of something I never even had.

    Jesus   Fall   Loss  
  • You have to fall in love with yourself first, and if someone wants to join you, more power to them!

  • Falling short of perfection is a process that just never stops.

  • This is what I have heard at last the wind in December lashing the old trees with rain unseen rain racing along the tiles under the moon wind rising and falling wind with many clouds trees in the night wind.

    Rain   Fall   Moon  
  • Conventional Indian cinema is about people falling in love. They sing, they dance.

  • Once a book falls into our possession, it is ours, the same way children lay their claim: 'That's my book.' As if it were organically part of them. That must be why we have so much trouble returning borrowed books. It's not exactly theft (of course not, we're not thieves, what are you implying?); it's simply a slippage in ownership or, better still, a transfer of substance. That which belonged to someone else becomes mine when I look at it. And if I like what I read, naturally I'll have difficulty giving it back.

    Children   Book   Fall  
  • If Edgar Allan Poe were alive today, his agent would be constantly slapping him upside the head with tightly rolled copies of his brilliant short stories and novelettes, yelling, 'Full-length novels, you moron! Pay attention! What's the matter with you -- are you shooting heroin or something? Write for the market! No more of this midlength 'Fall of the House of Usher' crap

    Fall   Writing   Yelling  
  • Endymion, you are my first love, my only love... even if we're reborn, in another life, we'll find each other... and then... We'll fall in love again... - Princess Serenity

  • The kind of roles that I'm right for on stage tend to be quite young, and ingénue roles can be a little unfulfilling. They tend to fall into one slot: play the innocent young girl who comes on and does a lot of crying.

    Girl   Fall   Play  
    Source: www.interviewmagazine.com
  • I could fall in love with a sumo wrestler if he told stories and made me laugh. Obviously, it would be easier if someone was African-American and lived next door and went to the same church. Because then I wouldn't have to translate.

    "No surrender" by Gary Younge, www.theguardian.com. May 24, 2002.
  • For whatsoever from one place doth fall, Is with the tide unto an other brought: For there is nothing lost, that may be found, if sought.

    Fall   May   Tides  
    Edmund Spenser, Abraham Stoll (2006). “The Faerie Queene, Book Five”, p.28, Hackett Publishing
  • Little did I conceive of the greatness of the defeat (at Bull Run), the magnitude of the disaster which it had entailed upon the United States. So short-lived has been the American Union, that men who saw it rise may live to see it fall.

    Running   War   Fall  
  • That no Flake of [snow] fall on you or them - is a wish that would be a Prayer, were Emily not a Pagan.

    Prayer   Fall   Snow  
  • The inflated style is itself a kind of euphemism. A mass of Latin words falls upon the facts like soft snow, blurring the outlines and covering up all the details. The great enemy of clear language is insincerity.

    George Orwell, Keith Gessen (2009). “All Art Is Propaganda: Critical Essays”, p.282, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
  • All the fear in the world, and the violence that comes from the fear, and the hatred that comes from the violence, and the lonliness that comes from the hatred. All the unhappiness, all the cruelty, it gathers like clouds in the air, and grows dark and cold and heavy, and falls like grey snow in thick layers over the land. Then the world is muffled and numb, and no one can hear each other or feel each other. Think how sad and lonely that must be.

    Lonely   Fall   Dark  
    William Nicholson (2002). “Firesong”, Egmont Books (UK)
  • When you are editing, the final master is Aristotle and his poetics. You might have a terrific episode, but if people are falling out because there are just too many elements in it, you have to begin to get rid of things.

    Fall   Editing   People  
  • I don't care if my opinion falls on the right or the left. I'm more of what I call a passionate centrist. I just believe what I believe. I'm not trying to prove anything for the right or the left. Which gives me freedom to make jokes about either side, too.

    Believe   Fall   Giving  
    "Larry Wilmore on Race, Politics, and Mormonism". Interview with David Haglund, www.slate.com. August 24, 2012.
  • Remember that every drop of rain that falls bears into the bosom of the earth a quality of beautiful fertility.

    Beautiful   Rain   Fall  
  • Come quickly -- as soon as these blossoms open, they fall. This world exists as a sheen of dew on flowers.

    Flower   Fall   Dew  
    Liza Lim, Izumi Shikibu (2000). “Burning house: for koto and voice (1 performer) (1995)”
  • Rock and roll was something to fall back on. If I had my choice, I'd be Jerry Rice and I'd be playing until I was forty-five.

  • Of course, all of their words for a thousand years could not fill the hole left by his mother, but they could raise a loving fence around it so he didn't keep falling in.

    Mother   Fall   Years  
    Jerry Spinelli (2008). “Eggs”
  • We were broken, brittle and fragile. The question was, were we still precious to each other? Or, instead of everything falling into place, had it fallen into pieces?

    Fall   Broken   Pieces  
  • The theologians also should not be irritated. For if they find that this opinion is false, then they would be free to condemn it; and if they discover that it is true, they ought to thank those who have opened the way to finding the true sense of the Scriptures and who have prevented them from falling into the grave scandal of condemning a true proposition.

    Fall   Would Be   Scandal  
  • I had a fall out with Satan. Repeating satanic verses.

    Fall   Satanic   Verses  
  • In ancient times they had no statistics so they had to fall back on lies.

    Lying   Fall   Statistics  
  • It's going to be okay. Words that mean nothing. really, just sounds intoned into vastness and darkness, little scrabbling attempts to latch on to something when we're falling.

    Fall   Mean   Darkness  
  • You can fall on your face easily if you go off in a certain direction. The Birds is a good example, some people are really phobic about birds flying over their heads, and some don't care. So, it's a personal thing.

    Fall   People   Bird  
  • The life of the wood, meadow, and lake go on without us. Flowers bloom, set seed and die back; squirrels hide nuts in the fall and scold all year long; bobcats track the snowy lake in winter; deer browse the willow shoots in spring. Humans are but intruders who have presumed the right to be observers, and who, out of observation, find understanding.

    Nature   Spring   Flower  
    Ann Zwinger (1970). “Beyond the Aspen Grove”, p.9, Big Earth Publishing
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