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By Anonym 18 Sep

Stephen Fry

... Our language, tiger, our language: hundreds of thousands of available words, frillions of legitimate new ideas... And yet, oh, and yet, we, all of us, spend all our days saying to each other the same things time after weary time: "I love you," "Don't go in there," "Get out," "You have no right to say that," "Stop it," "Why should I," "That hurt," "Help," "Marjorie is dead.

By Anonym 16 Sep

P. K. Page

It was language I loved, not meaning. I liked poetry better when I wasn't sure what it meant. Eliot has said that the meaning of the poem is provided to keep the mind busy while the poem gets on with its work -- like the bone thrown to the dog by the robber so he can get on with his work. . . . Is beauty a reminder of something we once knew, with poetry one of its vehicles? Does it give us a brief vision of that 'rarely glimpsed bright face behind/ the apparency of things'? Here, I suppose, we ought to try the impossible task of defining poetry. No one definition will do. But I must admit to a liking for the words of Thomas Fuller, who said: 'Poetry is a dangerous honey. I advise thee only to taste it with the Tip of thy finger and not to live upon it. If thou do'st, it will disorder thy Head and give thee dangerous Vertigos.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Harold Bloom

Reading well is one of the great pleasures that solitude can afford you.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Jennifer Ott

People don't follow words; they follow conviction and without conviction the words are meaningless.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Sanober Khan

i am always stalking you, my dear. with my thoughts my words. my breath.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Linda Sue Park

It was all about words. If words weren't important, they wouldn't try so hard to take them away.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Avijeet Das

In your sublimity I find meaning In your love I find a universe In you I find an unknown radiance Your thoughts my anchor Your being my desire Your life my inspiration Your words my existence

By Anonym 19 Sep

Ken Ham

We Christians must build all of our thinking in every area on the Bible. We must start with God's Word, not the word of finite, fallible man. We must judge what people say on the basis of what God's Word says—not the other way around.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Marci Lyn Curtis

She paused for half a beat to catch her breath and possibly to scoop up another thousand words to jam into my ear.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Alejandra Pizarnik

mind the angels my love mind also those words dragging across our lips

By Anonym 20 Sep

Gaston Bachelard

Words are little houses, each with its cellar and garret. Common-sense lives on the ground floor, always ready to engage in "foreign commerce" on the same level as the others, as the passers-by, who are never dreamers. To go upstairs in the word house, is to withdraw, step by step; while to go down to the cellar is to dream, it is losing oneself in the distant corridors of an obscure etymology, looking for treasures that cannot be found in words. To mount and descend in the words themselves - this is a poet's life. To mount too high or descend too low, is allowed in the case of poets, who bring earth and sky together.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Emma Richler

You know how there are words that never really—they are never really quite right. You can't quite trust them. Use them. You know. Without pause.' 'There are words I stare at,' Zach says. 'Strange. Every time. Misled, that's one. I see mizzled. And unshed. I read unched.' 'Me too! But that's a different thing—except, now you mention it, it's odd about unshed, that it's only for tears. Mostly. Hardly ever blood, for instance, you don't see unshed blood. Unched. Not really.' 'Not in my case anyway. Mine sheds all over the joint! I'm a bleeder all right.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Kenneth Eade

What they actually did matters more than what they said

By Anonym 16 Sep

Clare Atkins

He's good at painting the world with his words. I don't understand all of them but I drink in enough to taste the flavours and swill them around in my mouth.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Stephen Chbosky

It was the look on her face when she said it. And how much she meant it. It suddenly made everything seem like it really was. I felt terrible. Just terrible.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Val Uchendu

Most sincere answers are beyond words.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Arthur Golden

If we rub a fabric too often, it will quickly grow threadbare; and Nobu’s words had rasped against me so much, I could no longer maintain that finely lacquered surface Mameha had always counseled me to hide behind.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Israelmore Ayivor

Don’t deceive yourself; laughing at someone’s weakness is not the way to reveal your strength. Your strength is in the help you offer, not the mockeries you deliver!

By Anonym 20 Sep

Ali Smith

Words were stories in themselves.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Seanan Mcguire

Words can be whispered bullet-quick when no one's looking, and words don't leave blood or bruises behind. Words disappear without a trace. That's what makes them so powerful. That's what makes them so important. That's what makes them hurt so much.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Patience Johnson

When wisdom comes, transformation comes. Wisdom makes the difference between the succeeding man and the failing man.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Dan Pearce

Loving my son, building my son, touching my son, playing with my son, being with my son… these aren’t tasks that only super dads can perform. These are tasks that every dad should perform. Always. Without fail.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Alejandra Pizarnik

Each word is you begging to utter it. Each word is the long invitation to memory.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Avijeet Das

One day I will be gone from this world; you will remember me by the words that I will leave behind.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Ankita Singhal

Poetry is breathing words that give a reader pause.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Vinko Vrbanic

A good storyteller minces words to entertain or inspire the audience. The politicians and religious leaders do much the same, but for a different purpose - to turn otherwise normal people to nutcases.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Sherwood Anderson

We poor tellers of tales have our moments too, it seems. Like great generals sitting upon horses upon the tops of hills and throwing troops into the arena, we throw the little soldier words into our battles.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Matshona Dhliwayo

When bitter, say little; when angry, say nothing; when happy, say much; when joyful, say all.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Elizabeth Von Arnim

She would go off in the morning with the punt full of books, and spend long glorious days away in the forest lying on the green springy carpet of whortleberries, reading. She would most diligently work at furnishing her empty mind. She would sternly endeavour to train it not to jump.

By Anonym 16 Sep

George Orwell

I knew that I had a facility with words and a power of facing unpleasant facts, and I felt that this created a sort of private world in which I could get my own back for my failure in everyday life.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Crystal Woods

Every word you’ve ever said, is written somewhere in my mind.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Avijeet Das

Throw away that umbrella And feel the rain touch your skin! Feel my words Touch your body and soul!

By Anonym 16 Sep

Leslie Marmon Silko

I am overwhelmed sometimes and feel a great deal of wonder at words, just simple words and how deeply we can touch each other with them, though I know that most of the time language is the most abused of all human abilities or traits.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Christos Tsiolkas

In reading he found solitude. In reading he could dispel the blare of the world.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Criss Jami

There is a master way with words which is not learned but is instead developed: a deaf man develops exceptional vision, a blind man exceptional hearing, a silent man, when given a piece of paper...

By Anonym 20 Sep

Eric Weiner

Words fail me. We have far more words to describe unpleasant emotional states than pleasant ones. (And this is the case with all languages, not just English.) If we're not happy, we have a smorgasbord of words to choose from. We can say we're feeling down, blue, miserable, sullen, gloomy, dejected, morose, despondent, in the dumps, out of sorts, long in the face. But if we're happy that smorgasbord is reduced to the salad bar at Pizza Hut. We might say we're elated or content or blissful. These words, though, don't capture the shades of happiness. We need a new word to describe Swiss happiness. Something more than mere contnetmnet but less than full-on joy. 'Conjoyment,' perhaps. Yes, that's what the Swiss possess: utter conjoyment. We could use this word to describe all kinds of situations where we feel joy yet calm at the same time.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Munia Khan

If you can weep with your words, the meaning of your heart can be written forever

By Anonym 20 Sep

Richard Smyth

whispers are often thunderous

By Anonym 19 Sep

Tiffany Winfree

The quickest way a person can defame your character is by taking something you said out of context. But Fear Not. Everyone that was ever Anyone always had their words taken out of context. If you can't handle having your words twisted up, then leadership is not for you. Leadership is reserved for the ‪#‎BRAVE‬.

By Anonym 15 Sep

R. Lee Smith

Aisling tumbled out, his gold eyes going wild about the room to take in all of them. His beak clicked as he worked it in silence. Then, as the breaking of ice may bring a cascade of water from winter’s falls, the griffin’s voice—no longer that small shrill copy of Taryn’s, but his own true voice—poured plaintively from him. “Mom!” Taryn jerked around, her mouth dropping open. Aisling bounded toward her and she swept him up into a tight embrace. He clutched at her shoulders with his talons, burying his head under her chin, and cried, “Mom! Yoo…rrrrr…oh…kay!” “Great gods,” Antilles heard himself say and he shot Tonka a startled glance. “He cannot be speaking?!” The horseman merely smiled. “And why not?” he murmured, resettling himself on his padded bolster. “For has he not been a miracle from the very first?” “You’re talking,” Taryn cried, true delight painting itself over the grief that had seemed to mask her since the dawning of this terrible day. She was radiant once more, burning with a joy and a healing light all its own as she hugged her griffin close. “Oh, my fierce prince! My big boy!” “Yoo…rrrr…Ai-sing,” whispered the griffin. His raptor’s eyes flicked to Antilles and his naked wings fluttered. “Tilly. Yoo…rrrr…sun-shy?” Taryn giggled, her face pressed to fur. “Aye, lad,” Antilles said, tossing his broken horn. “My sun and my moon and all my starry skies.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Anthony Liccione

Does giving your piece of mind, bring a peace of mind? Or is it better to be silent and let the war inside subside?

By Anonym 15 Sep

Bernard Pomerance

Before I spoke with people, I did not think of all these things because there was no one to bother to think them for. Now things just come out of my mouth which are true.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Richard Flanagan

A good book, he had concluded, leaves you wanting to reread the book. A great book compels you to reread your own soul. Such books were for him rare and, as he aged, rarer. Still he searched, one more Ithaca for which he was forever bound.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Maura Milan

I realized that words have power. They have points and edges that can cut deep, and up until then, I wasn’t very careful with them. I was part of the problem.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Avijeet Das

And sometimes the words write themselves...

By Anonym 19 Sep

John Dunne

The way of words, of knowing and loving words, is a way to the essence of things, and to the essence of knowing.

By Anonym 16 Sep

James Lusarde

His voice was like soothing melted chocolate. I wanted him to ooze his lovely voice all over my naked body.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Alireza Salehi Nejad

There are words, which should leave unspoken, and the true value of a man lies in the words the he has for not saying.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Israelmore Ayivor

My usual instruction to students when they are preparing to write their examinations is "think before you answer the questions". I am convinced that some multiple choice answers could be so close that you might not know the very one that answers the question correctly! Such is life. To choose your suitable dreams, you must think well!

By Anonym 16 Sep

Victoria Erickson

Half of me is filled with bursting words and half of me is painfully shy. I crave solitude yet also crave people. I want to pour life and love into everything yet also nurture my self-care and go gently. I want to live within the rush of primal, intuitive decision, yet also wish to sit and contemplate. This is the messiness of life - that we all carry multitudes, so must sit with the shifts. We are complicated creatures, and ultimately, the balance comes from this understanding. Be water. Flowing, flexible and soft. Subtly powerful and open. Wild and serene. Able to accept all changes, yet still led by the pull of steady tides. It is enough.