Quotes from the category Grave:
- At times they are good and quiet company, the dead; they will not interrupt your musings, but when they speak, whether they be Jews or Turks or heathens, they will speak in a tongue all can understand. there are even countries where the moving, breathing people are less intelligible, dwell in a world further apart form you, than that silent population under the earth. permalink
Persian Pictures (1894)
- Honey, sex doesn't stop until you're in the grave. permalink
New Woman (1989)
- In the end maybe what marriage offered was the determination of one's burial site. permalink
A Map of the World (1994)
- Life is the funny thing that happens to you on the way to the grave. permalink
quoted in The Spectator, London (20 November 1999)
- Oblivion is the flower that grows best on graves. permalink
A Thousand Flashes of French Wit, Wisdom, and Wickedness, J. De Finod, trans. and ed. (1884)
- Tombstone — An ugly reminder of one who has been forgotten. permalink
"The Mind of Men"
- We dig our graves with our teeth. permalink
Anatomy of Me: A Wonderer in Search of Herself (1958)
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