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Old Secrets quotes by Michael R. French
#1. A secret that has been buried too long, eating a hole in me, worms its way to the surface, like a swimmer who can't hold his breath any longer. #Quote by Michael R. French
Old Secrets quotes by Maggie Stiefvater
#2. A floorboard cracked; knuckles tapped once on the open door. Adam looked up to see Niall Lynch standing in the doorway. No, it was Ronan, face lit bright on one side, in stark shadow on the other, looking powerful and at ease with his thumbs tucked in the pockets of his jeans, leather bracelets looped over his wrist, feet bare.
He wordlessly crossed the floor and sat beside Adam on the mattress. When he held out his hand, Adam put the model into it.
"This old thing," Ronan said. He turned the front tyre, and again the music played out of it. They sat like that for a few minutes, as Ronan examined the car and turned each wheel to play a different tune. Adam watched how intently Ronan studied the seams, his eyelashes low over his light eyes. Ronan let out a breath, put the model down on the bed beside him, and kissed Adam.
Once, when Adam had still lived in the trailer park, he had been pushing the lawn mower around the scraggly side yard when he realized that it was raining a mile away. He could smell it, the earthy scent of rain on dirt, but also the electric, restless smell of ozone. And he could see it: a hazy gray sheet of water blocking his view of the mountains. He could track the line of rain travelling across the vast dry field towards him. It was heavy and dark, and he knew he would get drenched if he stayed outside. It was coming from so far away that he had plenty of time to put the mower away and get under cover. Instead, though, he just stood there #Quote by Maggie Stiefvater
Old Secrets quotes by Elizabeth Savage
#3. There is no knowledge like the bitter knowledge of old loves. #Quote by Elizabeth Savage
Old Secrets quotes by Hubert H. Humphrey
#4. Our greatest songs are still unsung. #Quote by Hubert H. Humphrey
Old Secrets quotes by Brian Henson
#5. It's really great to do one piece, "I've Grown Accustomed To Your Face," my dad developed in 1956, when he was 20 years old, and it's great to do that piece again now and see that it still really works as well as it ever did. #Quote by Brian Henson
Old Secrets quotes by George W. Bush
#6. There's an old saying in Tennessee - I know it's in Texas, probably in Tennessee - that says, fool me once, shame on - shame on you. Fool me - you can't get fooled again. #Quote by George W. Bush
Old Secrets quotes by Jim Harrison
#7. I have this sense of being a prematurely old man in a quarrel with himself over the worth of his life, a hopelessly bullshit notion. #Quote by Jim Harrison
Old Secrets quotes by Gwen Mitchell
#8. The weight of his words settled in the pit of my stomach. Old fears and worries stirred in the depths of my thoughts. How I wanted to believe him, to trust him, to love him. But the flip side of the wild desire to give him everything was the chilling knowledge of what usually happened when I followed my heart, or my body - both of which wanted to surrender to Julian utterly. #Quote by Gwen Mitchell
Old Secrets quotes by Conan O'Brien
#9. One of the candidates running for governor is a 100-year-old woman. Yeah, the 100-year-old says she'd like to recall Governor Gray Davis, but more importantly, she'd like to recall where she left her teeth. #Quote by Conan O'Brien
Old Secrets quotes by Michael Joseph Murano
#10. Azerowut, I must tend to an urgently urgent business and a business that is urgent most urgently. Watch over my tent with extreme care and care that is caring in the extreme, and do not, under any circumstantial circumstances, allow anyone and his brother to be within an uncomfortably uncomfortable distance of her door. --Master Kwadile #Quote by Michael Joseph Murano
Old Secrets quotes by Fredrik Backman
#11. Tell me about school, NoahNoah," the old man says..."Our teacher made us write a story about what we want to be when we're big," Noah tells him. "What did you write?""I wrote that I wanted to concentrate on being little first. #Quote by Fredrik Backman
Old Secrets quotes by Jennifer Handford
#12. In so many ways," I tried to explain. "I feel repaired. The old wounds feel repaired, anyway. As if what was taken has been returned. I don't get to be my mother's daughter ever again. But I get to be a mother #Quote by Jennifer Handford
Old Secrets quotes by Theodore Sturgeon
#13. The baby regarded Mike gravely as she discoursed to it about a poor drowned woofum-wuffums, and did the bad man treat it badly, then. The baby belched eloquently.
"He belches in English!" I remarked.
"Did it have the windy ripples?" cooed Mike. "Give us a kiss, honey lamb."
The baby immediately flung its little arms around her neck and planted a whopper on her mouth.
"Wow!" said Mike when she got her breath. "Shorty, could you take lessons!"
"Lessons my eye," I said jealously. "Mike, that's no baby, that's some old guy in his second childhood. #Quote by Theodore Sturgeon
Old Secrets quotes by Sally Field
#14. When you're old, you are more certain of who you are, and that may be a good thing or a bad thing. #Quote by Sally Field
Old Secrets quotes by Scott Weiland
#15. When I was around nine years old, I was a fan of Shaun Cassidy's first album. #Quote by Scott Weiland
Old Secrets quotes by Agatha Christie
#16. But I thought I might have to go to church on Sunday, and although the Archbishop has said one needn't, I still think that the more old-fashioned clergy expect one to wear a hat. But #Quote by Agatha Christie
Old Secrets quotes by Ewan McGregor
#17. If you're suddenly doing something you don't want to do for four years, just so you've got something to fall back on, by the time you come out you don't have that 16-year-old drive any more and you'll spend your life doing something you never wanted to do in the first place. #Quote by Ewan McGregor
Old Secrets quotes by Stacey Jay
#18. Seven, ten, fifteen, eighteen years old and still there is nothing finer than a blank sheet of paper, the white promise that the world can be what I make it. A magical place, an adventurous place, a possible place. Erasers take away the mistakes. Another coat of paint to cover them up. Black and red and purple and blue. Always Blue. #Quote by Stacey Jay
Old Secrets quotes by Kenneth Eade
#19. The Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution, intact for over 200 years, guaranteed that the right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath of affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized. After September 11th, 2001, those were just words on an old piece of paper, no longer a restriction of the Government's overreaching power to shake down its subjects. #Quote by Kenneth Eade
Old Secrets quotes by Chang-rae Lee
#20. Her father was one of those tall, angular, self-embalming types. All balls and liver. His kind predated the notion of alcoholism. Groton, Princeton, Harvard Business School. His neatly clipped silver hair and tailored suits and unmitigating stare of eyes and trim old body said it all over in a simple, clear language: Chief Executive Officer. Do not fuck with this man. #Quote by Chang-rae Lee
Old Secrets quotes by Ben  Rhodes
#21. I opened my computer and stared at the text on the screen, which had become so familiar to me that the words seemed drained of meaning. The heart of the speech, an echo of Reagan with a twist of Obama, was the one part I was confident about, so I read it over and over aloud - a ringing affirmation of globalism over crude nationalism: "The walls between old allies on either side of the Atlantic cannot stand. The walls between countries with the most and those with the least cannot stand. The walls between races and tribes; natives and immigrants; Christian and Muslim and Jew cannot stand. These now are the walls we must tear down. #Quote by Ben Rhodes
Old Secrets quotes by Isaac Bashevis Singer
#22. The Jewish people have been in exile for 2,000 years; they have lived in hundreds of countries, spoken hundreds of languages and still they kept their old language, Hebrew. They kept their Aramaic, later their Yiddish; they kept their books; they kept their faith. #Quote by Isaac Bashevis Singer
Old Secrets quotes by Kirsty Eagar
#23. What did he say? You can't always pick your friends. Well, he's damn right there. I have two friends here: a fifteen year old who sees people in colours and a salsa-mad Dutch woman. I didn't pick them, they just turned up in my life, and I'm really glad. #Quote by Kirsty Eagar
Old Secrets quotes by Tracy Guzeman
#24. The older I get, the less I enjoy the presence of other people. #Quote by Tracy Guzeman
Old Secrets quotes by Anne Rivers Siddons
#25. I think every creative impulse that a working writer, or artist of any sort has, comes out of that dark old country where dreams come from. #Quote by Anne Rivers Siddons
Old Secrets quotes by Rita Mae Brown
#26. It doesn't matter to me. We're still cousins in our own way. Blood's just something old people talk about to make you feel bad. #Quote by Rita Mae Brown
Old Secrets quotes by Walt Whitman
#27. To a Certain Cantatrice Here, take this gift, I was reserving it for some hero, speaker, or general, One who should serve the good old cause, the great idea, the progress and freedom of the race, Some brave confronter of despots, some daring rebel; But I see that what I was reserving belongs to you just as much as to any. #Quote by Walt Whitman
Old Secrets quotes by Prem Jagyasi
#28. When you are paying attention to your thoughts, words, actions, feelings, food habits, reactions, decisions, secrets, patterns, and physique, you start tuning in consciously. #Quote by Prem Jagyasi
Old Secrets quotes by Jim Butcher
#29. I shied away from that line of thought, lest it bring up too many old memories. #Quote by Jim Butcher
Old Secrets quotes by Aeschylus
#30. Time as he grows old teaches all things. #Quote by Aeschylus
Old Secrets quotes by William Butler Yeats
#31. I pray-for fashion's word is out And prayer comes round again- That I may seem, though I die old, A foolish, passionate man. #Quote by William Butler Yeats
Old Secrets quotes by Troy Dumais
#32. You don't get old until you replace dreams with regrets. #Quote by Troy Dumais
Old Secrets quotes by Joseph Conrad
#33. Often far away there I thought of these two, guarding the door of Darkness, knitting black wool as for a warm pall, one introducing, introducing continuously to the unknown, the other scrutinizing the cheery and foolish faces with unconcerned old eyes. Ave! Old knitter of black wool. Morituri te salutant. Not many of those she looked at ever saw her again
not half, by a long way. #Quote by Joseph Conrad
Old Secrets quotes by Julie Berry
#34. A toast," Smooth Kitty cried, feeling almost giddy, "to self-government. Saint Etheldreda's School for Young Ladies will be run by young ladies from this point forward. Hear, hear!" Great applause.

"To independence!" added Pocked Louise. "No fussy old widows telling us when not to speak, and how to set the spoons when an Earl's niece comes to supper. And telling us to leave scientific experiment to the men." Teacup toasts in support of Louise.

"To freedom!" chimed in Disgraceful Mary Jane. "No curfews and evil eyes and lectures on morals and propriety." Loud, if nervous, cheering.

"To womankind," proclaimed Stout Alice. "Each of us girls free to be what she wishes to be, without glum and crotchety Placketts trying to make us into what we're not." Tremendous excitement.

"To sisterhood," said Dear Roberta, "and standing by each other, no matter what. #Quote by Julie Berry
Old Secrets quotes by Leah Raeder
#35. The first thing he taught me was how to make love.
Before you laugh, know that I'd always hated that phrase. It sounded so corny, so old. Hippies made love. People my mom's age, though I preferred to believe I was an immaculate conception.
People my age hooked up, fucked, had sex. We didn't attach frilly ideas of oneness and eternity to a basic biological act. Most of us were from single-parent homes. Those who weren't wished they were when their parents screamed and beat the shit out of each other. We grew up sexualized, from toddler beauty pageants to the constant reminder that adults were waiting to lure us into vans with candy. The invention of MMS gave us a platform for the distribution of amateur porn.
That's a lot of conditioning to break through. #Quote by Leah Raeder
Old Secrets quotes by Alan Blinder
#36. In the classic old business cycle, there would be a diminution in sales; it would take a little while for this information to reach corporate headquarters. And there would be an inventory pileup. And then - bam - businesses would react, sometimes violently, by cutting production. #Quote by Alan Blinder
Old Secrets quotes by Isaac Asimov
#37. I want to be a human being, nothing more and nothing less ... I don't suppose we can ever stop hating each other, but why encourage that by keeping the old labels with their ready-made history of millennial hate? #Quote by Isaac Asimov
Old Secrets quotes by Elizabeth Von Arnim
#38. But down from the end of the path it looked so charming that she wished she could paint it in watercolours - the great trees, the tempered sunlight, the glimpse of the old church at one end, the glimpse of the embosomed lake at the other, and in the middle, set out so neatly, with such a grace of spotlessness, the table of her first tea-party. #Quote by Elizabeth Von Arnim
Old Secrets quotes by Helen Oyeyemi
#39. I don't think my writing has much to do with my age. For me, my biography is more about what I was reading at what age. It's more of an intellectual thing of wanting to be free to write and think without being too bound by categorisation. I don't think I'm made for these times; I feel more like an old-fashioned writer. #Quote by Helen Oyeyemi

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