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Bremsen Insect quotes by Marie Rutkoski
#1. Better cut them down." Roshar took his turn. "The wood's undergrowth might be enough to screen us if we lie low."
Kestrel clicked her teeth; an eastern, irritated sort of sound.
"You learned that from me," the prince said, pleased. "Now tell the truth. Did you mark the cards?"
Coolly, she said, "I never cheat."
"We can't cut the trees down," Arin said.
"Concentrate," Kestrel told the prince, sweeping up the card he'd tossed down.
"To be clear, I'm letting you win. I let you win all the time."
"Obviously we can't cut them down," she said. "My father will notice a sudden swath of felled trees. We might as well paint a sign telling him we're there."
"Or…" Arin said.
She glanced at him. "What are you thinking?"
"How much rope do we have?"
"Two hundred and twelve lengths."
Roshar said, "You've been going over our supplies?"
"Yes," she said.
"Could you rattle off the units by heart?"
"How many sacks of grain for horses?"
"Sixty-two. Play your card. You might as well. You're going to lose regardless."
"Attempts to distract her usually don't work," Arin told him.
"You play the winner, then," Roshar said, "so that I may observe your technique."
Arin checked the rabbit again, pulled it off the fire. "No."
A surprised disappointment twitched, insect-like, inside Kestrel's chest.
Roshar said, "Why not?"
Arin sliced meat off the bone onto a tin plate.
Kestrel, who #Quote by Marie Rutkoski
Bremsen Insect quotes by Zhuangzi
#2. A frog in a well cannot discuss the ocean, because he is limited by the size of his well. A summer insect cannot discuss ice, because it knows only its own season. A narrow-minded scholar cannot discuss the Tao, because he is constrained by his teachings. Now you have come out of your banks and seen the Great Ocean. You now know your own inferiority, so it is now possible to discuss great principles with you.
井蛙不可以語於海者,拘於虛也;夏蟲不可以語於冰者,篤於時也;曲士不可以語於道者,束於教也。今爾出於崖涘,觀於大海,乃知爾醜,爾將可與語大理矣。 #Quote by Zhuangzi
Bremsen Insect quotes by Franz Kafka
#3. As Gregor Samsa awoke one morning from uneasy dreams he found himself transformed in his bed into a gigantic insect. #Quote by Franz Kafka
Bremsen Insect quotes by Mary Kingsley
#4. If you see a thing that looks like a cross between a flying lobster and the figure of Abraxas on a Gnostic gem, do not pay it the least attention, never mind where it is; just keep quiet and hope it will go away - for that's your best chance; you have none in a stand-up fight with a good thorough-going African insect. #Quote by Mary Kingsley
Bremsen Insect quotes by Joshua Slocum
#5. About midnight the fog shut down again denser than before. One could almost "stand on it." It continued so for a number of days, the wind increasing to a gale. The waves rose high, but I had a good ship. Still, in the dismal fog I felt myself drifting into loneliness, an insect on the straw in the midst of the elements. #Quote by Joshua Slocum
Bremsen Insect quotes by Helena Bonham Carter
#6. It's easy for me to go back to being a kid. You know how kids can be like savages before they get civilized? There's that sadist quality. Y'know, like boys who like to pick apart an insect for the sake of it. #Quote by Helena Bonham Carter
Bremsen Insect quotes by Patrick Lynch
#7. Carmen kicked at the dirt. She couldn't equate finding the virus at home with good luck. It was powerful, this thing, ruthless, a perfectly honed survivor for who knew how many millennia. Perhaps it was old as life itself, a malevolent offshoot of the first sampling of creation. Yet Leigh and Daintith thought they could track it to its lair and swat it like some bothersome insect. #Quote by Patrick Lynch
Bremsen Insect quotes by William Faulkner
#8. Roofed by the woven canopy of blind annealing grass-roots and the roots of trees, dark in the blind dark of time's silt and rich refuse - the constant and unslumbering anonymous worm-glut and the inextricable known bones - Troy's Helen and the nymphs and the snoring mitred bishops, the saviors and the victims and the kings - it wakes, up-seeping, attritive in uncountable creeping channels: first, root; then frond by frond, from whose escaping tips like gas it rises and disseminates and stains the sleep-fast earth with drowsy insect-murmur; then, still upward-seeking, creeps the knitted bark of trunk and limb where, suddenly louder leaf by leaf and dispersive in diffusive sudden speed, melodious with the winged and jeweled throats, it upward bursts and fills night's globed negation with jonquil thunder. #Quote by William Faulkner
Bremsen Insect quotes by Kris Saknussemm
#9. The sad truth is very few people will ever be 'for' you in your terms. The bigger question is how many are against you--and still more importantly, how many are against you that you thought were for you? These are the deep insect tunnels that lead to the egg chambers guarded by mindless dark armor. Mandible and leverage. Chemical secretions. #Quote by Kris Saknussemm
Bremsen Insect quotes by Susan Orlean
#10. There is a deep stillness in the Fakahatchee, but there is not a moment of physical peace. Something is always brushing against you or lapping at you or snagging at you or tangling in your legs, and the sun is always pummeling your skin, and the wetness in the air makes your hair coil like a phone cord. You never smell plain air in a swamp - you smell the tang of mud and the sourness of rotting leaves and the cool musk of new leaves and the perfumes of a million different flowers floating by, each distinct but transparent, like soap bubbles. The biggest number in the universe would not be big enough to count the things your eyes see. Every inch of land holds up a thatch of tall grass or a bush or a tree, and every bush or tree is girdled with another plant's roots, and every root is topped with a flower or a fern or a swollen bulb, and every one of those flowers and ferns is the pivot around which a world of bees and gnats and spiders and dragonflies revolve. The sounds you hear are twigs cracking underfoot and branches whistling past you and leaves murmuring and leaves slopping over the trunks of old dead trees and every imaginable and unimaginable insect noise and every kind of bird peep and screech and tootle, and then all those unclaimed sounds of something moving in a hurry, something low to the ground and heavy, maybe the size of a horse in the shape of a lizard, or maybe the size, shape and essential character of a snake. In the swamp you feel as if someone had plugged #Quote by Susan Orlean
Bremsen Insect quotes by Henry Adams
#11. The spectacle [of American politics] resembles that of swarms of insects changing from worms to wings. They must get the wings ordie. For our salvation, Mr. Wilbur Wright is providing wings. He will also have to provide a new insect to use them. #Quote by Henry Adams
Bremsen Insect quotes by Catherynne M. Valente
#12. I don't have a care what you want, you horrid little insect," she hissed through her smile. "The Crown chose you. You are Queen of Fairyland. It's about as appetizing to myself personally as a pie full of filthy, crawling worms, but it's a fact. You can pull and pry and blubber, but that Crown won't come off until you're dead or deposed. I could cut you down in a heart's-breadth, but the rest of these ruffians would have my head. They take regicide terribly personally. Make no mistake; this present predicament is entirely your fault, you and your wretched Dodo's Egg. You will want my help to sort it limb from limb. You are a stranger in Fairyland - oh, it's charming how many little vacations you take here! But this is not your home. You don't know these people from a beef supper. But I do. I recognize each and every one. And if you show them that you are a vicious little fool with no more head on her shoulders than a drunken ostrich, they will gobble you up and dab their mouths with that thing you call a dress. You may not like me, but I have survived far more towering acts of mythic stupidity than you. I am good. I know what power weighs. If you have any wisdom in your silly monkey head, from this moment until the end of your reign - which I do hope will come quickly - you and I shall become the very best of friends. After all, Queen September, a Prime Minister lives to serve. #Quote by Catherynne M. Valente
Bremsen Insect quotes by Ana Mendieta
#13. My art is grounded in the belief of one universal energy which runs through everything: from insect to man, from man to spectre, from spectre to plant from plant to galaxy. My works are the irrigation veins of this universal fluid. Through them ascend the ancestral sap, the original beliefs, the primordial accumulations, the unconscious thoughts that animate the world #Quote by Ana Mendieta
Bremsen Insect quotes by Dorothy Bussy
#14. How hard it is to kill hope! Time after time, one thinks one has trodden it down, stamped it to death. Time after time, like a noxious insect, it begins to stir again, it shivers back again into a faint tremulous life. Once more it worms its way into one's heart, to instil its poison, to gnaw away the solid hard foundations of life and leave in their place the hollow phantom of illusion. #Quote by Dorothy Bussy
Bremsen Insect quotes by David Lynch
#15. Music as background to me becomes like a mosquito, an insect. In the studio we have big speakers, and to me that's the way music should be listened to. When I listen to music, I want to just listen to music. #Quote by David Lynch
Bremsen Insect quotes by Annabel Lyon
#16. You who understand what a human mind can be, how can you bear it? I don't have the hundredth part of your mind and there are days when I think I'll go mad. I can feel it. Or hear it. It's more like hearing something creeping along the walls, just behind my head, getting closer and closer. A big insect, maybe a scorpion. A dry skittering, that's what madness sounds like to me. #Quote by Annabel Lyon
Bremsen Insect quotes by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
#17. I could not become anything; neither good nor bad; neither a scoundrel nor an honest man; neither a hero nor an insect. And now I am eking out my days in my corner, taunting myself with the bitter and entirely useless consolation that an intelligent man cannot seriously become anything, that only a fool can become something. #Quote by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Bremsen Insect quotes by Gigi Hadid
#18. Not enough people know what Lyme disease is and the dangers of being bitten by an insect. #Quote by Gigi Hadid
Bremsen Insect quotes by Newt Gingrich
#19. Cincinnati has one of the most diverse animal collections in the world, with more than 500 species represented. They also have a really good insect exhibit. #Quote by Newt Gingrich
Bremsen Insect quotes by Odysseus Elytis
#20. Hello grief
Good morning grief
insect that lurks in me
and all night long lies in wait till I open my eye

At first I've forgotten you;
I gaze at the lines of the ceiling suddenly
you set foot and enter

You come to embitter the morning coffee,
to subtract something from the tiniest joy
of my hand at the window latch,
you bring disorder to the bath water,
provoke the first unpleasant telephone call
you're a monster
a microscopic Minotaur that seeks food
and is sustained "with the slightest thing'

from "Good Morning, Grief #Quote by Odysseus Elytis
Bremsen Insect quotes by Alejandro C. Estrada
#21. The body, whether it be human, mammal or insect, is nothing more than a machine designed as a vehicle intended to be used by the "soul." The brain, is perfected engineering inspired by divinity. Therefore, the world we see and touch is just an illusion because life and death are one in the same; essentially, we are heaven, eternal and ever lasting. #Quote by Alejandro C. Estrada
Bremsen Insect quotes by Winston Groom
#22. One day we found them. They must of been holding a gook convention or something, cause it seem like the same sort of deal as when you step on a anthill and they all come swarming around. #Quote by Winston Groom
Bremsen Insect quotes by Dave Barry
#23. Lobsters displays all three of the classic biological characteristics of an insect, namely: 1. It has way more legs than necessary. 2. There is no way you would ever pet it. 3. It does not respond to simple commands such as "Here, boy!" #Quote by Dave Barry
Bremsen Insect quotes by Jarod Kintz
#24. I don't understand the game of Cricket. But I do get the game of Noisy Night Insect. #Quote by Jarod Kintz
Bremsen Insect quotes by Emily Bronte
#25. At that moment the universe appeared to me a vast machine constructed only to produce evil. I almost doubted the goodness of God, in not annihilating man on the day he first sinned. "The world should have been destroyed," I said, "crushed as I crush this reptile which has done nothing in its life but render all that it touches as disgusting as itself." I had scarcely removed my foot from the poor insect when, like a censoring angel sent from heaven, there came fluttering through the trees a butterfly with large wings of lustrous gold and purple. It shone but a moment before my eyes; then, rising among the leaves, it vanished into the height of the azure vault. I was mute, but an inner voice said to me, "Let not the creature judge his Creator; here is a symbol of the world to come. As the ugly caterpillar is the origin of the splendid butterfly, so this globe is the embryo of a new heaven and a new earth whose poorest beauty will infinitely exceed your mortal imagination. And when you see the magnificent result of that which seems so base to you now, how you will scorn your blind presumption, in accusing Omniscience for not having made nature perish in her infancy.

God is the god of justice and mercy; then surely, every grief that he inflicts on his creatures, be they human or animal, rational or irrational, every suffering of our unhappy nature is only a seed of that divine harvest which will be gathered when, Sin having spent its last drop of venom, Death having l #Quote by Emily Bronte
Bremsen Insect quotes by Jonathan Edwards
#26. The pit is prepared, the fire is made ready, the furnace is now hot, ready to receive the wicked: the flames do now rage and glow. The God that holds you over the pit of hell, much in the same way as one holds a spider or some loathsome insect, abhors you and is dreadfully provoked ... He will trample them beneath His feet with inexpressible fierceness; He will crush their blood out, and will make it fly, so that it will sprinkle His garment and stain all His raiment. #Quote by Jonathan Edwards
Bremsen Insect quotes by Jarod Kintz
#27. I had a dream about you. You were a sunscreen salesperson, and you approached me and said, "Would you like to buy some sunscreen?" I looked at you like you were a curious insect as I replied, "No thanks. I'm still standing in my father's shadow. #Quote by Jarod Kintz
Bremsen Insect quotes by Jean-Paul Sartre
#28. Men all alone, completely alone with horrible monstrosities, will run through the streets, pass heavily in front of me, their eyes staring, fleeing their ills yet carrying with them, open-mouthed, with their insect-tongue flapping its wings. Then I'll burst out laughing even though my body may be covered with filthy, infected scabs which blossom into flowers of flesh, violets, buttercups. #Quote by Jean-Paul Sartre
Bremsen Insect quotes by Anne Rice
#29. I could drive myself mad contemplating a great nothingness filled with a billion pinpoints of light and millions of drifting planets generating their myriad biological I=kingdom of insect, animal, sentient witness. #Quote by Anne Rice
Bremsen Insect quotes by William Jacob Holland
#30. When the moon shall have faded out from the sky, and the sun shall shine at noonday a dull cherry red, and the seas shall be frozen over, and the icecap shall have crept downward to the equator from either pole ... when all the cities shall have long been dead and crumbled into dust, and all life shall be on the last verge of extinction on this globe; then, on a bit of lichen, growing on the bald rocks beside the eternal snows of Panama, shall be seated a tiny insect, preening its antennae in the glow of the worn-out sun, the sole survivor of animal life on this our earth - a melancholy bug. #Quote by William Jacob Holland

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