Exiled Quotes

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Hermann Hesse
“I am a star in the firmament
that observe the world, despises the world
and consumed in its heat.

I am the sea by night in a storm
the sea shouting that accumulates new sins
and to the ancient makes recompense.

I am exiled from your world
of pride polite, by pride defrauded,
I am the king without crown.

I am the passion without words
without stones of the hearth, without weapons in the war,
is my same force that make me sick”
Hermann Hesse

Clarissa Pinkola Estés
“That is, to be ourselves causes us to be exiled by many others, and yet to comply with what others want causes us to be exiled from ourselves.”
Clarissa Pinkola Estés, Women Who Run With the Wolves: Myths and Stories of the Wild Woman Archetype

Dejan Stojanovic
“Is it possible to write a poem or are these words just screams of outlaws exiled to the desert?”
Dejan Stojanovic, The Sun Watches the Sun

“حين أشتاق أُقلِب وجه الأوراق .. أبحث عن وتر ٍ يعزفني .. عن وطنٍ يعرفني , عن ذِكرى تعصف بي حد الأعماق !”
فتون العنزي
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Munia Khan
“Life’s harrowing echo only to be faded into exiled loneliness”
Munia Khan

“During this period of his life, Burroughs was seeking a physical utopia, a place where he could live and act as he wanted with interference from neither official state authority nor unofficial moral authority. In fact, he wanted to live in a place where he was out of place and where consequently he would be free.”
Greg A. Mullins

Michael Finkel
“Knight, of course, felt that anyone's willing assistance tainted the whole thing. Either you are hidden or you're not, no middle ground. He wished to be unconditionally alone, exiled to an island of his own creation, an uncontacted tribe of one.”
Michael Finkel, The Stranger in the Woods: The Extraordinary Story of the Last True Hermit

Zelda Fitzgerald
“I felt as if I were in an exiled and floating world, isolated from all necessities of life except the one of buying things.”
Zelda Fitzgerald, Bits of Paradise

Cliff  James
“England sinks, the waters rise, but exile is not all about weeping by the rivers. There are also insights in the wilderness.”
Cliff James, Life As A Kite