Crashing Quotes

Quotes tagged as "crashing" (showing 1-10 of 10)
Marya Hornbacher
“But new love only lasts so long, and then you crash back into the real people you are, and from as high as we were, it's a very long fall, and we hit the ground with a thud.”
Marya Hornbacher, Madness: A Bipolar Life

“I was driving my car, I crashed and broke my spine. So yes there are things worse in life than never being someone's sweetie.”

Nicole  Williams
“Don't live life hiding behind your past, live for right now.”
Nicole Williams

Rebekah Crane
“We never believe we'll crash... until we're falling.”
Rebekah Crane, The Upside of Falling Down

James A. Murphy
“As the tides of life rise and fall, life is constant, like the waves crashing upon the shore. Persistence is the key in high and low times…”
James A. Murphy, The Waves of Life Quotes and Daily Meditations

Dick Dorworth
“Now I know that strange things happen to your body when it meets the snow at 100 mph, no matter what the position. In the twinkling of hitting the snow I regained a proper respect for speed. If you are inattentive, as well as somewhat stupid, you may breed a contempt for big speeds, forgetting respect through the grace of being atop your skis each run. No one on his back at 100 mph will ever after have contempt for speed.”
Dick Dorworth, The Perfect Turn: And Other Tales of Skiing and Skiers

“Malibu: With sounds of waves crashing, and the ocean at the doorstep, you feel like you are hours away from civilization. And with L.A. traffic, YOU ARE.”
Jennifer Harrison, Write like no one is reading 2

Rebecca McNutt
“What are you doing?” Alecto asked in surprise, stepping back. Laughing brightly, she dragged him towards the greenhouse, the shattered glass reflecting rainbows as brilliant as a million Kodak flashcubes, glittering as they were cascaded through the breeze. “See, don’t be afraid of the glass, it can’t hurt us,” Mandy laughed, spectacularly eccentric, her eyes reflecting the fallen glass.

“I wasn’t afraid of the glass, but this isn’t a very secluded place that you just decided to vandalize,” Alecto cautioned, smiling despite his words.

Before Mandy could reply, she heard loud whispering in the air, behind the trees… it sounded like a group of people, all whispering in unison… “Somebody’s out there,” she exclaimed nervously.

“Yeah, you’re right,” Alecto replied. Suddenly a sharp new vibrancy seemed to fill his eyes and he smiled coldly, taking the tree branch from Mandy and rapidly smashing in all of Mrs. Matthias’ stained glass house windows with it. Blue, green, yellow, red, turquoise, purple and an array of other colors showered through the sky noisily, sounding like wind chimes and crashing waves. “They’ll go away,” he told her, glancing up at the sky.

“…Alecto, do you like me?” Mandy questioned, holding out her arms like a lopsided scarecrow as the glass fell through her dark red hair.

“Yeah, sure,” he answered.

“Will you be my friend, then? A real friend, not just another person who feels sorry for me?” Mandy asked.

“…Alright, Mandy Valems,” Alecto agreed.”
Rebecca McNutt, Smog City

David Wojnarowicz
“When they invented the car they invented the collision and the darkness of what time leads the willing body to do.”
David Wojnarowicz, Close to the Knives: A Memoir of Disintegration

Rebekah Crane
“I thought I could avoid continually crashing, but as it turns out, it's unavoidable. Even on the calmest day, the ocean still rolls into the beach and pulls pebbles out to sea.”
Rebekah Crane, The Upside of Falling Down