Quotes About Coming Home

Quotes tagged as "coming-home" (showing 1-13 of 13)
Kate Douglas Wiggin
“There is a kind of magicness about going far away and then coming back all changed.”
Kate Douglas Wiggin, New Chronicles of Rebecca

Ally Carter
“I'll be here when you get back.”
Ally Carter, Perfect Scoundrels

Kristina Riggle
“I hope someday she meets just the right man and has babies - a whole passel of babies, more than I could have - so she understands how it kills me now that she won't let me hug her when she's in obvious distress. (The Life You've Imagined)”
Kristina Riggle

“Home is where you go to find solace from the ever changing chaos, to find love within the confines of a heartless world, and to be reminded that no matter how far you wander, there will always be something waiting when you return.”
Kendal Rob

Susan Donovan
“I wanted to be strong when I went back to Persuasion. Strong and beautiful and totally together. I dreamed of the day I’d get to rub all your faces in my sheer awesomeness.”
Susan Donovan, The Girl Most Likely To...

“Tidak pernah ada kata salah untuk cinta”
Sefriyana Khairil

“Though a lifetime of listening to the music of the world has passed, even now the tone of the rain on the roof of my home is the sweetest sound I have ever heard.”
Kensi Brianne Smith

Laura Marney
“No matter who you are or where you are, instinct tells you to go home”
Laura Marney, No Wonder I Take A Drink

Stewart O'Nan
“I'm sorry you don't like coming back here," her mother often said, to cap whatever petty dust-up they'd had. How could Emily explain: it wasn't her mother or Kersey she'd disowned, but her earlier self, that strange, ungrateful girl who strove to be first at everything and threw tantrums when she failed.”
Stewart O'Nan, Emily, Alone

John Steinbeck
“It's a thing to see when a boy comes home.”
John Steinbeck, The Grapes of Wrath

Laura Marney
“...I'd come home but nearly everybody does. It's the ones that don't go home that I feel sorry for, they're not happy.”
Laura Marney, No Wonder I Take A Drink

Scott McClanahan
“I walked up to the side of the mountain like I used to do when I was a little boy. I looked out over Rainelle and watched it shine. The coal trucks and the logging trucks were still gunning it through town. They were still clear cutting the mountains and cutting the coal from the ground. Then I heard my mother calling and it was like I was a child again.”
Scott McClanahan, Hill William

Lois Lowry
“To his surprise, Jean kissed him. So often in the past, teasing, she had said she would, one day. Now she did, and it was a quick and fragrant touch to his lips that gave him courage and, even before he started out made him yearn to come back home.”
Lois Lowry, Messenger

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