Lucia Perillo quotes

  • I believe in the fatal hairdo just for the love of saying fatal hairdo.
    -- Lucia Perillo

    #Believe #I Believe #I Believe In

  • Sometimes a name seems our most arbitrary possession, and sometimes it seems like the grain in a rock like a sculptor's hunk of Italian marble: Whack it and you might get either your first glimpse of a saint or a pile of rubble.
    -- Lucia Perillo

    #Italian #Rocks #Names

  • My advice to aspiring poets is to find a community of other poets who are willing to read one another's work. And to read widely, in a variety of time periods and cultures, to identify which traits of poems are appealing and which aversive. And what can be stolen.
    -- Lucia Perillo

    #Community #Advice #Culture

  • I still secretly believe that afternoons are the time for the test card and you shouldn't watch television when the sun is out.

  • Hope lies to mortals And most believe her, But man's deceiver Was never mine.

  • I was a narrative historian, believing more and more as I matured that the first function of the historian was to answer the child's question, "What happened next?

  • I believe that whatever comes at a particular time is a blessing from God.

  • I believe, Messieurs, in loyalty---to one's friends and one's family and one's caste.

  • I don't believe in God, but I believe in angels.

  • I believe in tackling things youre afraid of.

  • I believe in blues, and I believe that it's been misrepresented.

  • I believe in nature instead of God.

  • Can I believe in that God too?