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Trundling Rocks quotes by William C. Bryant
#1. On rolls the stream with a perpetual sigh;
The rocks moan wildly as it passes by;
Hyssop and wormwood border all the strand,
And not a flower adorns the dreary land. #Quote by William C. Bryant
Trundling Rocks quotes by L.F. Blake
#2. What would you rather have?"
"Cheeseburger and a small fry. Coke classic. Better yet, dope classic."
"Sure. I'll take a milkshake. What's the special flavor this week, chocolate Jack Daniels?"
"Strawberry scotch."
"Stick one of those paper umbrellas in mine."
"Shove a syringe in mine. And a plastic tombstone. RIP, baby. He was born a rock star. He died a junkie."
"Rock in peace."
[...]
"He wanted the world and lost his soul. [...] Sold it all for rock and roll. Lost his heart in a needle. Found his life in the grave. The road to hell is paved in marijuana leaves. Now he rocks in peace. #Quote by L.F. Blake
Trundling Rocks quotes by Frank Mulville
#3. Just as the ocean wears away the rocks and bends the contour of the shoreline to it's will, so it washes over a man's mind, smoothing the sharp edges, knocking off the conceits, flattening the prejudices so that he is left with a different instrument with which to govern his life. #Quote by Frank Mulville
Trundling Rocks quotes by Graham Joyce
#4. His father had been slightly ahead, carrying sister Zoe. There were creatures looking at him from behind the blue slate rocks; they pointed their fingers and smiled cruel smiles. He felt safe in his mother's papoose (facing backwords) but was still afraid of the creatures. He was only just old enough to talk. He'd tried to make a sound but he was almost mesmerized by the creatures stirring in the wake of the family's passage. #Quote by Graham Joyce
Trundling Rocks quotes by Jean-Paul Sartre
#5. Let it crumble! Let the rocks revile me and flowers wilt at my coming. Your whole universe is not enough to prove me wrong. You are the king of gods, king of stones and stars, king of the waves of the sea. But you are not the king of man. #Quote by Jean-Paul Sartre
Trundling Rocks quotes by Carrie Brownstein
#6. The game Rock Band has been haunting me like a bad ring tone. It gets stuck in my head and momentarily effaces all that I love about music. #Quote by Carrie Brownstein
Trundling Rocks quotes by Jamie Lidell
#7. People can rock together, people can do great things together, and that's what you love when you're working with characters and it's all going well. #Quote by Jamie Lidell
Trundling Rocks quotes by Tony Evans
#8. Sometimes God lets you hit rock bottom so that you will discover He is the Rock at the bottom. #Quote by Tony Evans
Trundling Rocks quotes by Hannah Whitall Smith
#9. Once I knew what it was to rest upon the rock of God's promises, and it was indeed a precious resting place, but now I rest in His grace. He is teaching me that the bosom of His love is a far sweeter resting-place than even the rock of His promises. #Quote by Hannah Whitall Smith
Trundling Rocks quotes by Katharine Haake
#10. Poets dream of being archaeologists, as if their lives were sedimentary, like rocks. Poets don't mind getting down and dirty with the past. #Quote by Katharine Haake
Trundling Rocks quotes by William Blake
#11. Lo! now the direful monster, whose skin clings
To his strong bones, strides o'er the groaning rocks:
He withers all in silence, and his hand
Unclothes the earth, and freezes up frail life. #Quote by William Blake
Trundling Rocks quotes by Anna-Marie McLemore
#12. Whether the woods knew my name or not, they took me. So I became blackbirds, birch trees, water. I existed as whatever part of the woods would have me, rocks or crows or fallen leaves. I spent time in whatever creek or poison red-and-white mushrooms let me in. #Quote by Anna-Marie McLemore
Trundling Rocks quotes by Maryrose Wood
#13. A crease of disquiet snakes across his brow. 'Your father plays with fire to gather them together like that. They are too clever. They form alliances. They develop - ambitions.'
He looks so solemn I wish to soothe his fears. 'You worry too much, I am sure,' I say lightly. 'After all, they are still rooted in the ground, are they not? They cannot pull themselves up and march around wrecking havoc, like an invading army.'
'Maybe,' he says, though he sounds unsure. 'I have never met their like before; that is all. It disturbs me.' He gestures around. 'And not only me. The forests, the fields, the moss that grows on the rocks - none of them are happy about that garden. Nature would have kept those plants safely apart, scattered over the continents, separated by oceans. But your father has summoned them from the corners of the earth and locked them together, side by side, hidden behind walls, where they can grow in secret. It is wrong, Jessamine - I fear it is dangerous - #Quote by Maryrose Wood
Trundling Rocks quotes by William Shakespeare
#14. She is mine own, And I as rich in having such a jewel As twenty seas, if all their sand were pearl, The water nectar, and the rocks pure gold. #Quote by William Shakespeare
Trundling Rocks quotes by Theodore Sturgeon
#15. 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
Trundling Rocks quotes by W. Somerset Maugham
#16. [The goal is] "liberation from the bondage of rebirth. According to the Vedantists the self, which they call the atman and we call the soul, is distinct from the body and its senses, distinct from the mind and its intelligence; it is not part of the Absolute, for the Absolute, being infinite, can have no parts but the Absolute itself. It is uncreated; it has existed form eternity and when at least it has cast off the seven veils of ignorance will return to the infinitude from which it came. It is like a drop of water that has arisen from the sea, and in a shower has fallen into a puddle, then drifts into a brook, finds its way into a stream, after that into a river, passing through mountain gorges and wide plains, winding this way and that, obstructed by rocks and fallen trees, till at least it reaches the boundless seas from which it rose."
"But that poor little drop of water, when it has once more become one with the sea, has surely lost its individuality."
Larry grinned.
"You want to taste sugar, you don't want to become sugar. What is individuality but the expression of our egoism? Until the soul has shed the last trace of that it cannot become one with the Absolute."
"You talk very familiarly of the Absolute, Larry, and it's an imposing word. What does it actually signify to you?"
"Reality. You can't say what it is ; you can only say what it isn't. It's inexpressible. The Indians call it Brahman. It's not a person, it's not a thing, it's not a c #Quote by W. Somerset Maugham
Trundling Rocks quotes by Tertullian
#17. Surely it is obvious enough, if one looks at the whole world, that it is becoming daily better cultivated and more fully peopled than anciently. All places are now accessible, all are well known, all open to commerce; most pleasant farms have obliterated all traces of what were once dreary and dangerous wastes; cultivated fields have subdued forests; flocks and herds have expelled wild beasts; sandy deserts are sown; rocks are planted; marshes are drained; and where once were hardly solitary cottages, there are now large cities. No longer are (savage) islands dreaded, nor their rocky shores feared; everywhere are houses, and inhabitants, and settled government, and civilized life. What most frequently meets our view (and occasions complaint), is our teeming population: our numbers are burdensome to the world, which can hardly supply us from its natural elements; our wants grow more and more keen, and our complaints more bitter in all mouths, whilst Nature fails in affording us her usual sustenance. In very deed, pestilence, and famine, and wars, and earthquakes have to be regarded as a remedy for nations, as the means of pruning the luxuriance of the human race. . . . #Quote by Tertullian
Trundling Rocks quotes by Will Kostakis
#18. Growing up, he'd say we spend out lives wrapping rubber bands around people. Some bands are so tight that you can feel them pulling you together. Some are loose and stretch for miles, there's so much give you hardly notice them. But you're still connected, and sooner or later...' she release the band and it snaps back into her wrist. 'Ow.' she breathes in through clenched teeth and rocks forwards. 'That hurt more than I thought it would.' -- Jacs to Harley #Quote by Will Kostakis
Trundling Rocks quotes by Maya Lin
#19. I though about what death is, what a loss is. A sharp pain that lessens with time, but can never quite heal over. A scar. The idea occurred to me there on the site. Take a knife and cut open the earth, and with time the grass would heal it. As if you cut open the rock and polished it. #Quote by Maya Lin
Trundling Rocks quotes by Jandy Nelson
#20. That's when it occurs to me that maybe the rocks are weighing him down so he doesn't rise into the air. #Quote by Jandy Nelson
Trundling Rocks quotes by Ijeoma Umebinyuo
#21. Healing comes in waves
and maybe today
the wave hits the rocks
and that's ok,
that's ok, darling
you are still healing
you are still healing. #Quote by Ijeoma Umebinyuo
Trundling Rocks quotes by Mark Buchanan
#22. Once we begin to flee the things that threaten and burden us, there is no end to fleeing. God's solution is surprising. He offers rest. But it's a unique form of rest. It's to rest in him in the midst of our threats and our burdens. It's discovering, as David did in seasons of distress, that God is our rock and refuge right in the thick of our situation. #Quote by Mark Buchanan
Trundling Rocks quotes by Cat Power
#23. Hip-hop and R&B is mostly what I listen to. I don't have a connection with punk rock - I just never had that experience. #Quote by Cat Power
Trundling Rocks quotes by John Lennon
#24. When I started, rock and roll itself was the basic revolution to people of my age and situation. We needed something loud and clear to break through all the unfeeling and repression that had been coming down on us kids. #Quote by John Lennon
Trundling Rocks quotes by Ursula K. Le Guin
#25. If you see a whole thing - it seems that it's always beautiful. Planets, lives ... But up close a world's all dirt and rocks. And day to day, life's a hard job, you get tired, you lose the pattern. #Quote by Ursula K. Le Guin
Trundling Rocks quotes by Tommy Ramone
#26. Most of the people who are given these Rock'n'roll Hall of Fame things sell millions of records, so it's kind of like a trophy for them. #Quote by Tommy Ramone
Trundling Rocks quotes by Michael Kosser
#27. In Nashville, there is a historic tendency to work the lyric to death while settling for music that works. In pop or rock, it can be the other way around. #Quote by Michael Kosser
Trundling Rocks quotes by Judith A. Wright
#28. The blacksmith's boy went out with a rifle
and a black dog running behind.
Cobwebs snatched at his feet,
rivers hindered him,
thorn branches caught at his eyes to make him blind
and the sky turned into an unlucky opal,
but he didn't mind.
I can break branches, I can swim rivers, I can stare out
any spider I meet,
said he to his dog and his rifle.

The blacksmith's boy went over the paddocks
with his old black hat on his head.
Mountains jumped in his way,
rocks rolled down on him,
and the old crow cried, You'll soon be dead.
And the rain came down like mattocks.
But he only said,
I can climb mountains, I can dodge rocks, I can shoot an old crow any day,
and he went on over the paddocks.

When he came to the end of the day, the sun began falling,
Up came the night ready to swallow him,
like the barrel of a gun,
like an old black hat,
like a black dog hungry to follow him.
Then the pigeon, the magpie and the dove began wailing
and the grass lay down to pillow him.
His rifle broke, his hat blew away and his dog was gone and the sun was falling.

But in front of the night, the rainbow stood on the mountain,
just as his heart foretold.
He ran like a hare,
he climbed like a fox;
he caught it in his hands, the colours and the cold -
like a bar of ice, like the column of a fountain,
like a ring of gold.
#Quote by Judith A. Wright
Trundling Rocks quotes by Stewart Francis
#29. Receiving oral sex from an ugly person is like rock climbing; you should never look down. #Quote by Stewart Francis
Trundling Rocks quotes by Isaac Asimov
#30. most of the iron that has found its way into the Earth's core and its surface rocks - and into our own blood, as well - once existed in white dwarfs that exploded #Quote by Isaac Asimov
Trundling Rocks quotes by Matshona Dhliwayo
#31. Todays rocks are tomorrows diamonds. #Quote by Matshona Dhliwayo
Trundling Rocks quotes by Stanley Elkin
#32. Writing is an exercise in sculpture, chipping away at the rock until you find the nose. #Quote by Stanley Elkin
Trundling Rocks quotes by Sandeep Sahajpal
#33. You should neither take life too lightly to lose control over it, nor too seriously to become absolutely inflexible. 'Change' is intrinsic to 'life'; even rocks change over a prolonged period. #Quote by Sandeep Sahajpal
Trundling Rocks quotes by Adrian Tomine
#34. I used to live in Chris Rock's former apartment. I've got some junk mail for him if he wants it. #Quote by Adrian Tomine
Trundling Rocks quotes by Rihanna
#35. I have friends from rock stars to Rastas; I don't even know what an unexpected friend is. #Quote by Rihanna
Trundling Rocks quotes by Carl Perkins
#36. If it weren't for the rocks in its bed, the stream would have no song. #Quote by Carl Perkins
Trundling Rocks quotes by Robin Trower
#37. If you want to do rock and roll, forget about those who've come after '65. #Quote by Robin Trower
Trundling Rocks quotes by Robert Murray M'Cheyne
#38. The sea ebbs and flows, but the rock remains unmoved. #Quote by Robert Murray M'Cheyne
Trundling Rocks quotes by Alfred Lord Tennyson
#39. No rock so hard but that a little wave may beat admission in a thousand years. #Quote by Alfred Lord Tennyson

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