LIMPING QUOTES

Limping Quotes,

"The words. Why did they have to exist? Without them, there wouldn't be any of this." Markus Zusak. IMG
"Eventually I'd like to have a family. I'd like to not be limping around when I'm 50 years old." Bode Miller. IMG
"You're excuses are so lame they're limping..." Nora Roberts. IMG
"Truth always lags behind, limping along on the arm of Time." Baltasar Gracian. IMG
"Falsehood flies, and truth comes limping after it, so that when men come to be undeceived, it is too late; the jest is over, and the tale hath had its effect." Jonathan Swift. IMG
"The World will go limping until Christ's prayer that all may be one is answered." Charles Brent. IMG
"Satan wants to cripple me and then blame me for limping." Adrian Rogers. IMG
"Falsehood flies, and the truth comes limping after it." Jonathan Swift. IMG
"Love is the white light of emotion." Diane Ackerman. IMG
"Yeah, you go after her, and I suggest you invest in a steel plated jockstrap. Last guy who said something sexual to her and pissed her off is still limping around the office. (Carlos)" Sherrilyn Kenyon. IMG
"What now? (Shahara) I'm thinking. (Syn) Could you think a little quicker? (Shahara) You're not helping. (Syn) You're lucky you're still breathing and not limping. (Shahara)" Sherrilyn Kenyon. IMG
"Are' you ever satisfied? I swear if I were mortal, I"d be limping from our last go-round. If not dead. We really need to find you a hobby other than jumping on top of me. (Acheron)" Sherrilyn Kenyon. IMG
"What now? (Shahara) I'm thinking. (Syn) Could you think a little quicker? (Shahara) You're not helping. (Syn) You're lucky you're still breathing and not limping. (Shahara)" Sherrilyn Kenyon. IMG
"I had an attack of the gout two days before pulling out, and I went limping off to the war instead of coming limping back from it." A J Liebling. IMG
"We are surrounded by worn-out, banal, useless and exhausted images, limping and dragging themselves behind the rest of our cultural evolution." Werner Herzog. IMG
"I thought, 'OK, I'm done here. I'll take responsibility and go away.' Little did I know I was going to be going away limping because someone cut my legs out from under me." Terry Francona. IMG
"Nothing is as tedious as the limping days, When snowdrifts yearly cover all the ways, And ennui, sour fruit of incurious gloom, Assumes control of fate's immortal loom" Charles Baudelaire. IMG
"A half-starved limping government, always moving upon crutches and tottering at every step..." George Washington. IMG
"It is spring, moonless night in the small town, starless and bible-black, the cobbledstreets silent and the hunched courters'-and-rabbits' wood limping invisible down to the sloeblack, slow, black, crowblack, fishingboat-bobbing sea." Dylan Thomas. IMG
"You are good when you walk to your goal firmly and with bold steps. Yet you are not evil when you go thither limping. For those who limp go not backwards. But you who are strong and swift, see that you do not limp before the lame, deeming it kindness." Khalil Gibran. IMG
"Well-apparel'd April on the heel Of limping Winter treads." William Shakespeare. IMG
"He who does little, but in a state to which God calls him, does more than he who labors much, but in a state which he has thoughtlessly chosen: a cripple limping in the right way is better than a racer out of it." Saint Augustine. IMG
"I have seen children starving. I have seen the agony of mothers and wives. I hate war." Franklin D Roosevelt. IMG
"Aren't you ever satisfied? I swear if I were mortal, I'd be limping from our last go-round. If not dead. We really need to find you a hobby other than jumping on top of me. (Acheron)" Sherrilyn Kenyon. IMG
"Nothing is as tedious as the limping days, When snowdrifts yearly cover all the ways, And ennui, sour fruit of incurious gloom, Assumes control of fate's immortal loom" Charles Baudelaire. IMG
"She tore a page from the book and ripped it in half. Then a chapter. Soon, there was nothing but scraps of words littered between her legs and all around her. The words. Why did they have to exist? Without them, there wouldn't be any of this. Without words, the Fuhrer was nothing. There would be no limping prisoners, no need for consolation or wordly tricks to make us feel better. What good were the words? She said it audibly now, to the orange-lit room. "What good are the words?" Markus Zusak. IMG
"Everyone admits that love is wonderful and necessary, yet no one agrees on just what it is." Diane Ackerman. IMG
"My sudden, unforeseen capitulation had knocked me backward, and I had nothing to hold on to. My internal weather was eerily calm, as if in a tornado's aftermath, birdsong, sunshine, supersaturated colors, wreckage all around, and myself, dazed and limping." Kate Christensen. IMG
"But I keep going on with this sad and hungry and sordid, this limping and mutilated story, because after all I want you to hear it, as I will hear yours too if I ever get the chance, if I meet you or if you escape, in the future or in heaven or in prison or underground, some other place. What they have in common is that they're not here. By telling you anything at all I'm at least believing in you, I believe you're there, I believe you into being. Because I'm telling you this story I will your existence. I tell, therefore you are." Margaret Atwood. IMG
"The unity of Christendom is not a luxury, but a necessity. The world will go limping until Christ's prayer that all may be one is answered. We must have unity, not at all costs, but at all risks. A unified Church is the only offering we dare present to the coming Christ, for in it alone will He find room to dwell." Charles Brent. IMG
"Love is the great intangible. ... Frantic and serene, vigilant and calm, wrung-out and fortified, explosive and sedate - love commands a vast army of moods. Hoping for victory, limping from the latest skirmish, lovers enter the arena once again. ... Love is the white light of emotion. ... Everyone admits that love is wonderful and necessary, yet no one can agree on what it is." Diane Ackerman. IMG
"Oh, sheez, what's Syd Vicious doing back in town? (Payne) How'd the testicle retrieval go, Payne? You still limping?...Thought so. I got the thank-you card from Planned Parenthood last week. Seems they want to honor me for saving the gene pool. (Syd)" Sherrilyn Kenyon. IMG
"OH NO YOU DON'T, LADDIE!" Harry spun around. Professor Moody was limping down the marble staircase. His wand was out and it was pointing right at a pure white ferret, which was shivering on the stone-flagged floor, exactly where Malfoy had been standing." J K Rowling. IMG
"Oh, sheez, what's Syd Vicious doing back in town? (Payne) How"d the testicle retrieval go, Payne? You still limping?...Thought so. I got the thank-you card from Planned Parenthood last week. Seems they want to honor me for saving the gene pool. (Syd)" Sherrilyn Kenyon. IMG
"OH NO YOU DON"T, LADDIE!" Harry spun around. Professor Moody was limping down the marble staircase. His wand was out and it was pointing right at a pure white ferret, which was shivering on the stone-flagged floor, exactly where Malfoy had been standing." J K Rowling. IMG
"I have seen war. I have seen war on land and sea. I have seen blood running from the wounded. I have seen men coughing out their gassed lungs. I have seen the dead in the mud. I have seen cities destroyed. I have seen 200 limping, exhausted men come out of line-the survivors of a regiment of 1,000 that went forward 48 hours before. I have seen children starving. I have seen the agony of mothers and wives. I hate war." Franklin D Roosevelt. IMG
"I'm the one who got hit by that car, not you,' I tell him. 'Don't act like you're the victim here. You made choices I didn't ask you to make. I'm not sure anyone asked you to make them.' I'm screaming the words, not caring that the entire world can probably hear me. 'You think I like limping everywhere I go? I don't. I'm the victim! Be honest with me! You didn't care about me enough to trust me. I gave you my heart, but it wasn't enough." Simone Elkeles. IMG
"He shook me, and despite it being one-handed, it made my teeth rattle. "If anything like that ever happens again. You. Leave. Me. Behind. Do you understand?" I would have argued, but I was feeling a little shocky for some reason. "I'm not good at abandoning people," I finally said. A front-desk person scurried over, first-aid kit in hand, but Pritkin snarled at the poor guy and he quickly backed up a step. "Then get good at it!" He stomped off, limping, one shoulder hanging at an odd angle. "You're welcome," I murmured." Karen Chance. IMG
"The hallway led me to the stairway of a million steps. My leg screamed in protest. I sighed and started climbing. I just had to keep from limping. Limping showed weakness, and I did' need any enterprising, career-motivated shapeshifters trying to challenge me for dominance right about now. I had once mentioned my desire for an elevator, and His Majesty asked me if I would like a flock of doves to carry me up to my quarters so my feet would' have to touch the ground. We were sparring at the time and I kicked him in the kidney in retaliation." Ilona Andrews. IMG
"He shook me, and despite it being one-handed, it made my teeth rattle. "If anything like that ever happens again. You. Leave. Me. Behind. Do you understand?" I would have argued, but I was feeling a little shocky for some reason. "I'm not good at abandoning people," I finally said. A front-desk person scurried over, first-aid kit in hand, but Pritkin snarled at the poor guy and he quickly backed up a step. "Then get good at it!" He stomped off, limping, one shoulder hanging at an odd angle. "You're welcome," I murmured." Karen Chance. IMG
"Understand me: I wish to be a man from somewhere, a man among men. You see, a slave, when he passes by, weary and surly, carrying a heavy load, limping along and looking down at his feet, only at his feet to avoid falling down; he is in his town, like a leaf in greenery, like a tree in a forest, argos surrounds him, heavy and warm, full of herself; I want to be that slave, Electra, I want to pull the city around me and to roll myself up in it like a blanket. I will not leave." Jean-Paul Sartre. IMG
"A sea-green sky: lamps blossoming white. This is marginal land: fields of strung wire, of treadless tyres in ditches, fridges dead on their backs, and starving ponies cropping the mud. It is a landscape running with outcasts and escapees, with Afghans, Turks and Kurds: with scapegoats, scarred with bottle and burn marks, limping from the cities with broken ribs. The life forms here are rejects, or anomalies: the cats tipped from speeding cars, and the Heathrow sheep, their fleece clotted with the stench of aviation fuel." Hilary Mantel. IMG
"The hallway led me to the stairway of a million steps. My leg screamed in protest. I sighed and started climbing. I just had to keep from limping. Limping showed weakness, and I didn't need any enterprising, career-motivated shapeshifters trying to challenge me for dominance right about now. I had once mentioned my desire for an elevator, and His Majesty asked me if I would like a flock of doves to carry me up to my quarters so my feet wouldn't have to touch the ground. We were sparring at the time and I kicked him in the kidney in retaliation." Ilona Andrews. IMG

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