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The Book Of Counted Sorrows The Book Of Counted Sorrows by Dean Koontz
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“On the Road that I have taken, one day walking I awaken, amazed to see where I've come, where I'm going, where I'm from.”
Dean Koontz, The Book Of Counted Sorrows
“Now take my hand and hold it tight.
I will not fail you here tonight,
For failing you, I fail myself
And place my soul upon a shelf
In Hell's library without light.
I will not fail you here tonight.”
Dean Koontz, The Book Of Counted Sorrows
“The sky is deep, the sky is dark. The light of the stars is o damn stark/When I look up, I fill with fear, if all we have is what lies here, this lonely world, this troubled place, then cold dead stars and empty space...Well, I see no reason to persevere, no reason to laugh or shed a tear, no reason to sleep and none to wake/ No promises to keep and none to make. And so at night I still raise my eyes tos tudy the clear but mysterious skies that arch avove us, cold as stone. Are you there God? Are we alone?”
Dean Koontz, The Book Of Counted Sorrows
“Whiskers of the cat,
Webbed toes on my swimming dog;
God is in the details.”
Dean Koontz, The Book Of Counted Sorrows
“Dare we linger, dare we skate?
Dare we laugh or celebrate,
knowing we may strain the ice?
Preserve the ice at any price?”
Dean Koontz, The Book Of Counted Sorrows
“Life is a gift that must be given back and joy should arise from its possession. It's too damn short and that's a fact. Hard to accept this earthly procession to final darkness is a journey done, circle completed, work of art sublime, a sweet melodic rhyme. A battle won.”
Dean Koontz, The Book Of Counted Sorrows
“The whisper of the dusk
is night shedding its husk.”
Dean Koontz, The Book Of Counted Sorrows

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