Best 97 of Doom quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 20 Sep

Iris Murdoch

While the light remains,' said Carde, speaking slowly in his high deliberate voice, 'only do not forsake the joy of life. If you shall have given all your kisses, you will give too few. And as leaves fall from withered wreaths which you may see spread upon the cups and floating there, so for us, who now as lovers hope for so much, perhaps tomorrow's day will close the doom.

By Anonym 13 Sep

John Romero

Doom 2 is just such a bigger, badder, better version of Doom

By Anonym 19 Sep

E. R. Eddison

Thunder and blood and night must usurp our parts, to complete and make up the catastrophe of this great piece.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Al Goldstein

So, if anatomy is destiny then testosterone is doom.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Bamigboye Olurotimi

He who mocked and laughed at correction should blame nobody for his shame and doom.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Brian Michael Bendis

And each ripple builds and builds into the tidal wave of anarchy to which we are now doomed.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Basil Bunting

Our doom is, to be sifted by the wind, heaped up, smoothed down like silly sands. We are less permanent than thought.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Olaf Stapledon

Our outworn economic system dooms millions to frustration.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Simon Beaufoy

I'm very lucky. I actually like screenwriting. I rarely feel a sense of doom going to my desk.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Robert Browning

Be sure that God Ne'er dooms to waste the strength he deigns impart.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Woodrow Wilson

Whate'er my doom; It cannot be unhappy: God hath given me The boon of resignation.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Rachel Kushner

All you can do is involve yourself totally in your own life, your own moment, Lonzi said. And when we feel pessimism crouching on our shoulders like a stinking vulture, he said, we banish it, we smother it with optimism. We want, and our want kills doom.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Raymond Coppinger

First impression: The Tijuana dump is beautiful. Second impression: It is like a military operation. It is at the top of a small mountain. A convoy of trucks comes to the top of the mountain and dumps the refuse of a developing city. [...] Other equipment moves mountains of dirt to cover the wastes. At intervals, standpipes are inserted into the filled spaces to allow the biogas of the rotting materials below to escape. The wind blows across these vents, creating an eerie music. When the biogas envelops you, you sense that sinking feeling of doom.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Quil Carter

The light was everywhere. He would tell me later I looked like an angel... but he just looked like the same devil to me

By Anonym 15 Sep

Rebecca West

There is nothing rarer than a man who can be trusted never to throw away happiness, however eagerly he sometimes grasps it. In history we are as frequently interested in our own doom.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Edgar Allan Poe

...but in the next moment I cursed myself for being so great a fool as to dream of hope at all.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Steven Millhauser

He sank back into his black-and-white world, his immobile world of inanimate drawings that had been granted the secret of motion, his death-world with its hidden gift of life. But that life was a deeply ambiguous life, a conjurer's trick, a crafty illusion based on an accidental property of the retina, which retained an image for a fraction of a second after the image was no longer present. On this frail fact was erected the entire structure of the cinema, that colossal confidence game. The animated cartoon was a far more honest expression of the cinematic illusion than the so-called realistic film, because the cartoon reveled in its own illusory nature, exulted in the impossible--indeed it claimed the impossible as its own, exalted it as its own highest end, found in impossibility, in the negation of the actual, its profoundest reason for being. The animated cartoon was nothing but the poetry of the impossible--therein lay its exhilaration and its secret melancholy. For this willful violation of the actual, while it was an intoxicating release from the constriction of things, was at the same time nothing but a delusion, an attempt to outwit mortality. As such it was doomed to failure. And yet it was desperately important to smash through the constriction of the actual, to unhinge the universe and let the impossible stream in, because otherwise--well, otherwise the world was nothing but an editorial cartoon.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Peter Wessel Zapffe

Another flaw of the system is the fact that various danger fronts often require very different firmaments. As a logical superstructure is built upon each, there follow clashes of incommensurable modes of feeling and thought. Then despair can enter through the rifts. In such cases, a person may be obsessed with destructive joy, dislodging the whole artificial apparatus of his life and starting with rapturous horror to make a clean sweep of it. The horror stems from the loss of all sheltering values, the rapture from his by now ruthless identification and harmony with our nature’s deepest secret, the biological unsoundness, the enduring disposition for doom.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Jason Medina

I am sorry to say that Manhattan is officially lost to us. We fear the connecting boroughs may be next. Pray for us.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Eric Ambler

In a dying civilisation, political prestige is the reward not of the shrewdest diagnostician but of the man with the best beside manner. It is the decoration conferred on mediocrity by ignorance. Yet there remains one sort of political prestige that may still be worn with a certain pathetic dignity; it is that given to the liberal-minded leader of a party of conflicting doctrinaire extremists. His dignity is that of all doomed men: for, whether the two extremes proceed to mutual destruction or whether one of them prevails, doomed he is, either to suffer the hatred of the people or to die a martyr.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Nevil Shute

She lived in the dream world of unreality, or else she would not admit reality; he did not know. In any case, he loved her as she was. It might never be used, but it would give her pleasure to have it.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Ralph Waldo Emerson

My doom and my strength is to be solitary.

By Anonym 13 Sep

William Edmondstoune Aytoun

He is coming! He is coming! Like a bridegroom from his room, Came the hero from his prison To the scaffold and the doom.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Shannon A. Thompson

Someone who doesn’t know if tomorrow will come would rather live every day twice than live it once.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Max Lucado

Fear results in fight or flight. Anxiety creates doom and gloom. Fear is the pulse that pounds when you see a coiled rattlesnake in your front yard. Anxiety is the voice that tells you, Never, ever, for the rest of your life, walk barefooted through the grass. There might be a snake...somewhere.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Iris Murdoch

I did love her in a way, but it was under the sign of doom.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Ibn Qayyim Al-jawziyya

Doom comes about because of neglecting to evaluate one's self and because of just following one's whims.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Donna Tartt

But does it make any sense at all to know that it ends badly for all of us, even the happiest of us, and that we all lose everything that matters in the end-and yet to know as well, despite all this, as cruelly as the game is stacked, that it's possible to play it with a kind of joy? To try to make some meaning out of all this seems unbelievably quaint. Maybe I only see a pattern because I've been staring too long. But then again, to paraphrase Boris, maybe I see a pattern because it's there.

By Anonym 14 Sep

David Attenborough

People talk about doom-laden scenarios happening in the future: they are happening in Africa now. You can see it perfectly clearly. Periodic famines are due to too many people living on land that can't sustain them.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Emalynne Wilder

I have an arrow living inside my chest that shoots straight toward you—even though I know the sky is falling for us. Even though I know all we’re destined for is dust. I can’t make it change course. It leads me to you every time I’ve tried to turn away

By Anonym 15 Sep

Ingmar Bergman

This damned ranting about doom. Is that food for the minds of modern people? Do they really expect us to take them seriously?

By Anonym 15 Sep

Emalynne Wilder

But still, my heart beats. It dreams. It wonders. And most dangerous of all, it hopes, because despite its smallness, this hope is still a great something

By Anonym 15 Sep

August Strindberg

Bet vai tu zini par manu bērnību? Vai tu zini, cik man bija sliktas mājas un cik daudz ļauna es tur dabūju iemācīties? Šķiet, ka tas nāk līdzi mantojumā, no citiem augumiem, bet no kā? No pirmā auguma, tā bija rakstīts bērnu grāmatās, un liekas, ka piepildās... Tāpēc nevaino mani, tad es savukārt nevainošu savus vecākus, kuri varētu vainot savējos un tā joprojām!

By Anonym 18 Sep

Selena Kitt

Pandora's Box could not be unopened, no one could return to Eden.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Lemony Snicket

O, great wise man,' she said, 'I have been wondering so many things. Is life more than sitting at home doing the same thing over and over? Wise man, is life more than watching one's relatives do unpleasant things, or more than grim tasks one must perform at school and at work? Is life more than being entertained by literature, wise man, or more than traveling from one place to another, suffering from poor emotional health and pondering the people one loves? And what about those who lead a life of mystery? And the mysteries of life? And, wise man, what about the overall feeling of doom that one cannot ever escape no matter what one does, and miscellaneous things that I have neglected to mention in specific?

By Anonym 14 Sep

Janet Morris

The city guardsmen were like the keres, doom-bringers of merciless vengeance.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Rebecca Mcnutt

I guess if there’s one thing I can say about the 21st century, it’s that the 21st century is all flash and no substance… everything is digital, nothing but files of invisible electronic data on computers and mindless zombies on their cellular phones… it’s sad how because of the digital age, society is ultimately doomed. Nothing in the digital age is real anymore, and you know, they say celluloid film and ray tube televisions and maybe even paper might become obsolete in this century? …What’s most annoying is that nobody cares, they’ve just learned to accept the digital age and get addicted to it… none of them are ever going to step up and say to the world, “you’re all a bunch of sheep!” and even if they did say anything, I doubt anyone would listen… they’re all too obsessed and attached to their cellular phones and overly big televisions and whatever other moronic things they’ve got these days… it almost makes me want an apocalypse to happen, to erase digital technology and force the world to start over again.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Rick Yancey

Perhaps that is our doom, our human curse, to never really know one another.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Lailah Gifty Akita

The doom of destruction is the snare of sin.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Sara Sheridan

She tried to focus on the element of riddle or at least puzzle contained in the letter and ignore the sense of doom that was sweeping through her like clouds rolling to the shore over open water.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Lauren St. John

But even as she spoke, a feeling of doom crept into her bones, joining the anger and dread already lurking there.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Fay Weldon

The prophets of doom, in my experience, are generally ignored and usually right.

By Anonym 13 Sep

William Wordsworth

In truth the prison, unto which we doom Ourselves, no prison is.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Stephen Mallinder

Crackdown, the video, interpreted and reflected a sense of authority and austerity and a sense of slight, impending doom.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Mos Def

I'd bet a million dollars on DOOM against Lil' Wayne

By Anonym 13 Sep

Maurice Strong

I am convinced the prophets of doom have to be taken seriously.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Toba Beta

Prehistory of mankind is way too horrible to be remembered. But if we choose to ignore it, then we'll be doomed to repeat it.

By Anonym 17 Sep

P. C. Hodgell

Men said afterward that no blacker night had ever fallen...The wind roared through the city, ripping up slates, clawing at the houses until those within feared that not a wall would stand until morning. They thought they heard voices wailing high above the earth, and those who peered out swore that they saw terrible things as the north wind, the demon wind, bore southward the nightmares of a dying land.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Criss Jami

The foundation of morality on the human sentiments of what is acceptable behavior versus repulsive behavior has always made morals susceptible to change. Much of what was repulsive 100 years ago is normal today, and - although it may be a slippery slope - what is repulsive today is possible to be normal 100 years into tomorrow; the human standard has always been but to push the envelope. In this way, all generations are linked, and one can only hope that every extremist, self-proclaimed progressive is considering this ultimate 'Utopia' to which his kindness will lead at the end of the chain.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Penny Hancock

I was filled with a sense of doom that dragged my heart down into my boots