Bruised quotes

  • I stop writing the poem to fold the clothes. No matter who lives or who dies, I'm still a woman. I'll always have plenty to do. I bring the arms of his shirt together. Nothing can stop our tenderness. I'll get back to the poem. I'll get back to being a woman. But for now there's a shirt, a giant shirt in my hands, and somewhere a small girl standing next to her mother watching to see how it's done.

  • Always respect your superiors, if you have any.

  • I found people looked better when they laughed

  • I'd always rather be lucky than smart.

  • The Bible is the story of two gardens. Eden and Gethsemane. In the first, Adam took a fall. In the second, Jesus took a stand.

  • You pray for good health and a body that will be strong in old age. Good-but your rich foods block the gods' answer and tie Jupiter's hands.

  • Finally one should add that in spite of the great complexity of protein synthesis and in spite of the considerable technical difficulties in synthesizing polynucleotides with defined sequences it is not unreasonable to hope that all these points will be clarified in the near future, and that the genetic code will be completely established on a sound experimental basis within a few years.

  • As children everyone thinks their family is weird and they're upset by the weirdness of their own family.

  • When it comes to saving England, Maggy is Ball's Deep

  • I mean, we've all had those dreams where, you know, we try to cry out and our voice won't come.