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Rutting Asphalt quotes by Peter Dickinson
#1. Otherwise it was barren as a desert, just long dunes of brick and cement and slate and asphalt. #Quote by Peter Dickinson
Rutting Asphalt quotes by Eve Langlais
#2. -Pig.
-I prefer the term rutting beast. #Quote by Eve Langlais
Rutting Asphalt quotes by Barbara  Schoichet
#3. I only had to drop acid once to know that Timothy Leary was right about questioning authority.

Motorcycling is like life. There's nothing solid about it. Something not even the asphalt under your tires.

Time on a motorcycle is unlike time spent anywhere else. There are moments lost in the landscape, seconds devoted solely to balance, and long stretches spent spiraling inward. #Quote by Barbara Schoichet
Rutting Asphalt quotes by Edward Abbey
#4. And the wind blows, the dust clouds darken the desert blue, pale sand and red dust drift across the asphalt trails and tumbleweeds fill the arroyos. Good-bye, come again. (p. 34) #Quote by Edward Abbey
Rutting Asphalt quotes by Gary Soto
#5. The black asphalt wouls shimmer with vapors I had a theory about those vapors ... not released by the sun but by a huge onion buried under the city. This onion made us cry ... I thought about the giant onion, that remarkable bulb of sadness. #Quote by Gary Soto
Rutting Asphalt quotes by Abby McDonald
#6. Asphalt hurts. But not as much as abandoning your dignity. #Quote by Abby McDonald
Rutting Asphalt quotes by Christopher Moore
#7. And I'll have you know that if you hurt my son again, if he so much as sighs sadly over his coffee, I will hire a man, a Russian, probably, to hunt you down and rip all that shiny black hair from your head, then break your skinny arms and legs, and set you on fire, and then put you out with a hammer. And should there be children from your beastly rutting, I shall have the Russian man cut them to tiny pieces and feed them to Madame Jacob's dog. because, although he may be only a worthless, simpleminded, libertine artist, Lucien is my favorite, and I will not have him hurt. Do you understand? #Quote by Christopher Moore
Rutting Asphalt quotes by Jerry Spinelli
#8. It was the day of the worms. That first almost-warm, after-the-rainy-night day in April, when you bolt from your house to find yourself in a world of worms. They were as numerous here in the East End as they had been in the West. The sidewalks, the streets. The very places where they didn't belong. Forlorn, marooned on concrete and asphalt, no place to burrow, April's orphans. #Quote by Jerry Spinelli
Rutting Asphalt quotes by Richelle E. Goodrich
#9. I don't think of you as a typical beauty. I never once did.

To me your hair mimics asphalt more than the lustrous feathers of ravens. Comparing your eyes to heavenly lights seems a stretch when they are the common color of dirt. I can't imagine you as a tall, pole-slender image; your God-given shape is right bulky.

But I never cared about such pointless things anyway.
What good have trivial attributes ever done the world?

When I look at you, I see you - or in other words, all of you that really matters. I see a kind heart and compassionate arms. I see a patient, gentle spirit abounding with love towards all of God's creatures. I see the perfect blend of humility and strength of character. I see a wise intellect as well as an endearing sense of humor. I see all the qualities that make you the person I love, regardless of the bodily package you're bound in.

So forgive me if I don't think you're beautiful, because I find you to be far superior to that worthless and pointless nonsense the world calls beauty. #Quote by Richelle E. Goodrich
Rutting Asphalt quotes by W. Somerset Maugham
#10. Only the poet or the saint can water an asphalt pavement in the confident anticipation that lilies will reward his labour. #Quote by W. Somerset Maugham
Rutting Asphalt quotes by Tiffany McDaniel
#11. If the devil was going to come, I expected to see the myth of him. A demon with an asphalt shine. He'd be fury. A chill. A bad cough. Cujo at the car window, a ticket at the Creepshow booth, a leap into the depth of night. #Quote by Tiffany McDaniel
Rutting Asphalt quotes by Greg Mortenson
#12. Isn't it better to live in ignorance of everything
asphalt and macadam, vehicles, telephones, televisions
to live in bliss without knowing it? #Quote by Greg Mortenson
Rutting Asphalt quotes by Brenna Ehrlich
#13. Shirts and jeans litter the asphalt, the empty fabric limbs askew as if they're attempting to escape. Blood smears Sarah's lips as she struggles against the chest of a dirty looking man with a beard. Terror. Terror is the only word my mind can seize on and it forgets what it means. I forget how to think - to move. #Quote by Brenna Ehrlich
Rutting Asphalt quotes by Kai Meyer
#14. Ahead of them lay an expressway access road. Except that there were no guardrails or markings. No road signs either. And no other vehicles at all. Yet the road, following a narrow curve, led to a broad ribbon of asphalt tracing a straight line all the way to the horizon. Again, it had no lines painted on it and there were no signs. Rosa thought there would have been space for four traffic lanes on it, but it was covered with the dust and loose soil that had blown over it.
No other sign of life. Just the two of them, the car, and a forgotten road to nowhere.
"Where does it go?"
"To the end of the world. #Quote by Kai Meyer
Rutting Asphalt quotes by Bryan K. Johnson
#15. Blinding light and smoke enter the cabin as the plane begins spinning savagely along the asphalt. The hellish carousel twists through shadows of fire - death and reality both becoming blurred. #Quote by Bryan K. Johnson
Rutting Asphalt quotes by Isaac Marion
#16. There is mud everywhere, slicking the asphalt and piling up in corners along with the detritus of daily life: pop cans, cigarette butts, used condoms and bullet shells. #Quote by Isaac Marion
Rutting Asphalt quotes by Elizabeth Vaughan
#17. They take them from the plants and animals or the elements. Still Waters, Gentle Breeze, pah. Why not Dead Deer, or Rutting Ehat? #Quote by Elizabeth Vaughan
Rutting Asphalt quotes by Jean-Christophe Valtat
#18. I dismissed this course of action, sensing my own reserves of strengths, but I experimented with the idea and took it as far as I could in a game I christened Bus Stop: on summer nights, I would stretch out on the road in front of my house, on hot, grainy asphalt scattered with sharp bits of gravel, and watch and wait for growling motors, the blinding movement of headlights, and I weighed up the pros and cons, what tied me to life like a blood oath, what left me cold, or tired me out; and when the noise grew sharper, more grating, and when the headlights from the first bend in the road began to cut out the sides of the buildings and project a slow, revolving shadow dance on the wall, I always came back to the same conclusion - that I felt something stir inside me, as hazy and phony as a childhood memory, as insistent as a hit song you'd heard so often you couldn't get its bitterness out of your head, something that promised me a better future, only somewhere else. And I would unpeel myself from the road, I'd pick myself up, what was left of me, what could still be of some use, and slowly make my way back to the pink gravel of the sidewalk, just like the one my little retarded friend was standing on this morning as stoic as an abandoned house awaiting demolition. #Quote by Jean-Christophe Valtat
Rutting Asphalt quotes by Jasper Fforde
#19. I'm sure it's not all hot buttered crumpets out there in the breathing world of asphalt and heartbeats. #Quote by Jasper Fforde
Rutting Asphalt quotes by Lionel Shriver
#20. In truth we are bigger, greedier versions of the same eating, shitting, rutting ruck, hell-bent on disguising from somebody, if only from a three-year-old, that pretty much all we do is eat and shit and rut. The secret is there is no secret. that is what we really wish to keep fom our kids, and it's suppression is the true collusion of adulthood ... #Quote by Lionel Shriver
Rutting Asphalt quotes by John Huston
#21. After all, crime is only a left-handed form of human endeavor. #Quote by John Huston
Rutting Asphalt quotes by Haruki Murakami
#22. The whiff of ocean on the southern breeze and the smell of burning asphalt brought back memories of summers past. It had seemed as though those sweet dreams of summer would last forever: the warmth of a girl's skin, an old rock 'n' roll song, freshly washed button-down shirt, the odor of cigarette smoke in a pool changing room, a fleeting premonition. Then one summer (when had it been?) the dreams had vanished, never to return. #Quote by Haruki Murakami
Rutting Asphalt quotes by Hanya Yanagihara
#23. He is at the end of their driveway, where the dirt road meets the asphalt, and seeing Hemming, he is overcome with longing. 'Hemming!' he shouts, and then, nonsensically, 'Wait for me!' And he beings to run toward his brother, so fast that after a while, he can't even feel his feet trike the ground beneath him. #Quote by Hanya Yanagihara
Rutting Asphalt quotes by Soroosh Shahrivar
#24. Pilgrims from all over the world were making their way to the place deemed the pearl of the Middle East. The city was reminiscent of a modern-day Persepolis. Its buildings, like towering pillars, tested the sky's limit. The evenly paved roads belched with the smell of new tarmac, as if a million masons woke up every morning and by hand lay asphalt one grain at a time. People of all colors, ethnicities, creed and social statuses came bearing money, knowledge or experience in order to build their legacies in the new kingdom, sprouting out of the desert.
Dubai had arrived. #Quote by Soroosh Shahrivar
Rutting Asphalt quotes by Maura O'Connor
#25. gravity chains us to the asphalt with such grace,
we think it is kind. #Quote by Maura O'Connor
Rutting Asphalt quotes by Zachary Schomburg
#26. I watch a squirrel get run over by a car on my walk to work. She is lying dead in the street and still has an acorn in her little hands. I am amazed at how she is able to hold on to her acorn after being tumbled like that, after bouncing so high off the street. I walk over to the squirrel and see that her face is blown to bits and looks like uncased sausage spilling onto the asphalt. But that acorn is still so tight in her hands. I pick her up by her tail, take off my dress shirt and swaddle her in it, then put her in my bag. I know right where she is as I walk into work, everybody looking at me, everybody asking me about my shirtlessness. The world is as steady as if it were sewn into the skin of the universe. #Quote by Zachary Schomburg
Rutting Asphalt quotes by George Singleton
#27. Think about all the selfish non-smokers out there, driving around on asphalt, drinking water out of the tap, not even thinking about how smokers' taxes help pay for it all. #Quote by George Singleton
Rutting Asphalt quotes by William Least Heat-Moon
#28. What is it in man that for a long while lies unknown and unseen only one day to emerge and push him into a new land of the eye, a new region of the mind, a place he has never dreamed of? Maybe it's like the force in spores lying quietly under asphalt until the day they push a soft, bulbous mushroom head right through the pavement. There's nothing you can do to stop it. #Quote by William Least Heat-Moon
Rutting Asphalt quotes by Ashley Herring Blake
#29. Hannah pulls the hair elastic from her ponytail and flicks the rubber band to the asphalt. She never breaks her stride, but she slides her fingers through her shiny strands and tousles them into something slightly less smooth and tame.
It's not the beautiful, tangled mess it usually is.
But it's close. #Quote by Ashley Herring Blake
Rutting Asphalt quotes by Theodore Sturgeon
#30. She was perhaps seventeen when it happened. She was in Central Park, in New York. It was too warm for such an early spring day, and the hammered brown slopes had a dusting of green of precisely the consistency of that morning's hoarfrost on the rocks. But the frost was gone and the grass was brave and tempted some hundreds of pairs of feet from the asphalt and concrete to tread on it.

Hers were among them. The sprouting soil was a surprise to her feet, as the air was to her lungs. Her feet ceased to be shoes as she walked, her body was consciously more than clothes. It was the only kind of day which in itself can make a city-bred person raise his eyes. She did.

For a moment she felt separated from the life she lived, in which there was no fragrance, no silence, in which nothing ever quite fit nor was quite filled. In that moment the ordered disapproval of the buildings around the pallid park could not reach her; for two, three clean breaths it no longer mattered that the whole wide world really belongs to images projected on a screen; to gently groomed goddesses in these steel-and-glass towers; that it belonged, in short, always, always to someone else. #Quote by Theodore Sturgeon

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