Quotes About Unwelcome

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Michael Griffo
“Forever Beautiful, Forever Mine.”
Michael Griffo

Katie McGarry
“The entire room turns and stares. There’s no doubt what they see—ripped jeans, a black T-shirt, tattoos and earrings. I don’t care what they see. All I care about is what she sees: a person unwelcomed or the guy she loves.
A tear flows down her face, and the hand wrapped at her waist tells me she’s paralyzed. In a long gold ball gown that’s more skirt than dress, Rachel is truly the angel I believe her to be. A man in a tuxedo stands. “Son, I think you have the wrong room.”
“No. I don’t.”
I stride between the tables, keeping my eyes locked with hers. The closer I get, the more she straightens. Her hand falls from her stomach, and the tear clears from her face. Rachel gazes at me as if I’m a dream. I extend my hand, palm out. “I need help.”
Her blue eyes lose their glaze, and the hue of violet I love so much returns. “So do I.”
Katie McGarry, Crash into You

Scott Hastie
“The searing light of morning
Asks unwelcome questions,
Fragile hopes soon blistered by daylight.”
Scott Hastie

Stefan Zweig
“The instinct of self-deception in human beings makes them try to banish from their minds dangers of which at the bottom they are perfectly aware by declaring them nonexistent, and a warning such as mine against cheap optimism was bound to prove particularly unwelcome at a moment when a sumptuously laid supper was awaiting for us in the next room.”
Stefan Zweig, Beware of Pity

Anthony Liccione
“They were shiny, shiny people that were bright like light bulbs, but there I stood out like a sore thumb, my dimness flickering self, and they saw it and removed themselves from me, forming their circle of light. Until the night died, they never noticed when the sun broke open its skull of rays, where I laid by the stop sign.”
Anthony Liccione

Kenneth Eade
“A tinge of panic tingled his cerebral cortex as he recalled the last greeting he had had in this country, which was not so welcoming.”
Kenneth Eade, To Russia for Love

James C. Dobson
“Instead, every precaution was taken not to violate his rights. Remember, many administrators have no difficulty in expelling a student who utters an unwelcome opinion about the immorality of homosexuality.”
James C. Dobson, Life on the Edge: The Next Generation's Guide to a Meaningful Future

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