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Best Famous Anne Sexton Quotes

Best famous Anne Sexton quotes. Find, read, and share the best famous quotations by Anne Sexton. These are the most popular quotations and best examples of quotes by Anne Sexton.

Famous Anne Sexton Quotes

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Quote Left The house of my body has spoken often as you rebuild me like blocks, and promise to come visit when I'm finally adjusted on safe land, and am livable, joist to joist with storm windows and screens ... Quote Right
Quote Left Big heart, wide as a watermelon, but wise as birth, there is so much abundance in the people I have.... Quote Right
Quote Left The My Lai soldier lifts me up again and again and lowers me down with the other dead women and babies... Quote Right
Quote Left We laugh and we touch. I promise you love. Time will not take away that. Quote Right
Quote Left Just once I knew what life was for. Quote Right
Quote Left At six I lived in a graveyard full of dolls, avoiding myself, my body, the suspect in its grotesque house. Quote Right
Quote Left His soul dropped down from heaven. Thank you, said Lazarus,... Quote Right
Quote Left Your apple face, the simple crèche Of your arms, the August smells... Quote Right
Quote Left Oh, darling, let your body in, let it tie you in, in comfort. Quote Right
Quote Left All those girls who wore the red shoes,... Quote Right
Quote Left this is no dream just my oily life where the people are alibis and the street is unfindable for an entire lifetime. Quote Right
Quote Left Someone is dead. Even the trees know it, those poor old dancers who come on lewdly, all pea-green scarfs and spine pole. Quote Right
Quote Left What's the point of fighting the dollars when all you need is a warm bed?... Quote Right
Quote Left ... wounding God with his blue face, his tyranny, his absolute kingdom, with my aphrodisiac. Quote Right
Quote Left My life has appeared unclothed in court,... Quote Right
Quote Left ... the heart monitor, the death cricket bleeping. Quote Right
Quote Left Don't look now, God, we're all right. All the suicides are eating Black Bean Soup;... Quote Right
Quote Left I was the girl of the chain letter,... Quote Right
Quote Left The joy that isn't shared dies young. Quote Right
Quote Left And thus Snow White became the prince's bride. The wicked queen was invited to the wedding feast... Quote Right
Quote Left Your old skin puckering, your lungs' breath Grown baby short as you looked up last... Quote Right
Quote Left this errand we're on goes to one store. Quote Right
Quote Left life is a trick, life is a kitten in a sack. Quote Right
Quote Left the cement wall of the clumsy calendar I live in, my life, and its hauled up notebooks. Quote Right
Quote Left The sea is mother-death and she is a mighty female, the one who wins, the one who sucks us all up. Quote Right
Quote Left she will not say how there must be more to living... Quote Right
Quote Left So I won't hang around in my hospital shift, repeating The Black Mass and all of it.... Quote Right
Quote Left Death, I need my little addiction to you.... Quote Right
Quote Left and you'll bargain with the calendar and at the last moment... Quote Right
Quote Left ... with her shoulders as bare as a building, with her thin foot and her thin toes,... Quote Right
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