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Quote #348582
One should part from life as Ulysses parted from Nausicaa-- blessing it rather than in love with it.
Author: Friedrich Nietzsche
Quote #348581
A man dies and his skin loses heat like the sand on a summer evening. It makes you feel like warming him up.
Author: Erri De Luca
Quote #348580
This will be Great Mam's last spring. Her last June apples. Her last fresh roasting ears from the garden.
Author: Barbara Kingsolver
Quote #348579
...Death," she said, as her hand dropped away, " is how you know you were alive in the first place.
Author: Vicki Pettersson
Quote #348578
Excerpt: Paradox – Bound By Blood. The hands on a clock never falter, not for a second. One day ends; and a new begins. If there was one thing on this earth that could be counted on, it was that. Time never paused to mourn the dead. That particular privil
Author: Patti Roberts
Quote #348577
A dead body is much more fascinating than a live one, and I have learned that most corpses tell better stories.
Author: Alan Bradley
Quote #348576
Prepare to evacuate soul in ten, in nine, eight.Chloe's splashing through the ankle-deep back-up of renal fluid from her failed kidneys.Death will commence in five.Five, four.Around her, a parasitic life spray paints her heart.Four, three.Three, two.Chloe
Author: Chuck Palahniuk
Quote #348575
I never really wanted to die. But I followed through anyway. The pain in my heart was excruciating, and death was beautiful.
Author: Rae Hachton
Quote #348574
Death, of course, should not be feared, but awaited with certain wonder. To die was to step across a threshold into a new world, unknown, unimaginable.
Author: Juliet Marillier
Quote #348573
We cry for ourselves, don't we? Not for the dead. The dead are past caring.
Author: Clive Barker
Quote #348572
I am young now and can look upon my body and soul with pride. But it will be mangled soon, and later it will begin to disintegrate, and then I shall die, and die conclusively. How can we face such a fact, and not live in fear?
Author: Jack Kerouac
Quote #348571
Death was painful, not because people couldn't see their loved ones anymore, but because they couldn't communicate with them anymore.
Author: Karen McQuestion