Claws Quotes

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“We thought everything would be
forgotten, but I still remember your
claws running down my back.

I wonder if you still think about us,
the way I do.

How our legs would crash
into each other in the middle
of the night, and how we ended
up creating the moon in the
confines of our beds.”
Zaeema J. Hussain, The Sky Is Purple

Mary E. Pearson
“Until one comes who is mightier,
The one sprung from misery,
The one who was weak,
The one who was hunted,
The one marked with claw and vine,
The one named in secret,
The one called Jezelia.”
Mary E. Pearson, The Kiss of Deception

Crystal Woods
“Be a lady? Forget it. Ladies don't last a day in the real word. No one's a lady anymore. Why do you think we get our claws polished?”
Crystal Woods, Write like no one is reading 2

Colleen Houck
“So you do have some claws after all!' (Wyea)
'You have no idea,' Ren responded and charged.”
Colleen Houck, Tiger's Destiny

Elisabeth Hewer
“i dream nights and
girls like tigers,
claws and teeth on both.”
Elisabeth Hewer, Wishing for Birds

Nenia Campbell
“If the witches wanted a beast, she’d give them teeth and claws.

She just hoped that they were ready to bleed for it.”
Nenia Campbell, Dragon Queen

Hannah Capin
“Sweet sixteen is when the claws come out.”
Hannah Capin, Foul Is Fair

Leigh Bardugo
“Alex slept in Darlington's bed and dreamed that he was curled behind her on the narrow mattress.
He pulled her close, his fingers digging into her abdomen, and she could feel claws at their tips. He whispered in her ear, "I will serve you 'til the end of days."
"And love me," she said with a laugh, bold in the dream, unafraid.
But all he said was, "It is not the same.”
Leigh Bardugo, Ninth House

Alan Kinross
“With a savage grin, he let out an inhuman roar of bloodlust and threw himself into an unholy orgy of blood, fangs, claws, and death.”
Alan Kinross, Longinus The Vampire

“The mother sings a hungry song
Of blood and cracking teeth
She dances in the dark below
wants to pull us underneath

Her claws, they rise, they sway in dance
to the melody of screams
Her lullaby will never end
till the world comes apart at the seams”
Amy Lukavics, The Women in the Walls

“Oh, is that right? You know, a lioness will protect her cub by baring her teeth, by roaring, using her claws to defend her cub if she feels she has to - this mother, has other means. You are standing in the way of my daughter's best interests. If you try to pick our peach from our family tree, you will be picking a fight. Do you understand me?”
Steven L. Sheppard, The Untold Story Of Pyramus And Thisbe

Angela Panayotopulos
“Emotions were beautiful like birds of paradise, seemingly fragile, surprisingly resilient, fleeting and lovely, with wings that could churn blood and claws that could rake souls.”
Angela Panayotopulos, The Wake Up

Craig D. Lounsbrough
“It’s not the claws of the cat that bothers me. Rather, it’s the fact that I gave him a reason to use them.”
Craig D. Lounsbrough

Leviak B. Kelly
“When addressing religion in morphology the average person will seek religious texts and otherwise human instruments and tools to explain the Universe or their own spiritual experience. Yet human hands are not paws or clawed. Humans are not quadrupeds so texts for cats is kind of out of the question one might think.”
Leviak B. Kelly, Religion: The Ultimate STD: Living a Spiritual Life without Dogmatics or Cultural Destruction

Lora Leigh
“Only Jonas would have his claws manicured and honed to dangerous points.”
Lora Leigh, Lion's Heat
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Christopher X. Shade
“Illness was a monster that out of nowhere jumped on you with its claws out.”
Christopher X. Shade, The Good Mother of Marseille

Marnie Swedberg
“Hopelessness clamps into the soul like the claws of a tiger into its prey.”
Marnie Swedberg, Flow Through Vessel: How to Master the Habit of Letting God Flow Through You