Fright Quotes

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Kim Harrison
“What are you?" I rasped.
It smiled. "Whatever scares you.”
Kim Harrison, Dead Witch Walking

Michael Bassey Johnson
“Don't let the rain drive you to the wrong shelter; the shade can turn out to be your protector and also your destroyer, and sometimes the rain is the perfect protector from the rain.”
Michael Bassey Johnson

Erik Pevernagie
“We can always hope, but we must not live on hope. Let us step beyond expectations, and remain resilient. Let us breathe consciously without fright, striving to take over our grail of freedom. ("Expectations")”
Erik Pevernagie

George Bernard Shaw
“Don't think you can frighten me by telling me that I am alone. France is alone. God is alone. And the loneliness of God is His strength.”
George Bernard Shaw, Saint Joan

Terry Pratchett
“He talks pretty big for a gutter wizard," he muttered.
"You don't understand at all," said the wizard wearily. "I'm so scared of you my spine has turned to jelly, it's just that I'm suffering from an overdose of terror right now. I mean, when I've got over that then I'll have time to be decently frightened of you.”
Terry Pratchett, The Color of Magic

Joseph Conrad
“How does one kill fear, I wonder? How do you shoot a spectre through the heart, slash off its spectral head, take it by its spectral throat?”
Joseph Conrad, Lord Jim

Robin Hobb
“Stop your whining. If you are frightened, be silent. Whining is for prey. It attracts predators. And you are not prey.”
Robin Hobb, Fool's Assassin

Israelmore Ayivor
“Faith has won it! Fear has lost it! When you get full of faith, the devil gets filled with fear! Keep your faith in light every day and you will keep the devil in fright always!”
Israelmore Ayivor, The Great Hand Book of Quotes

Garth Nix
“Time plays tricks between here and home," said Mogget sepulchrally, frightening the life out of the telephone operator.”
Garth Nix, Abhorsen

“I don’t think your problem was stage fright. Or wedding fright. I think your problem was life fright.”
Matt Haig, The Midnight Library

Patrick Modiano
“Did you see her again in France?" I asked him.”

“No. When I got to France, she was already dead. She committed suicide ...”


“She often told me she was frightened of getting old...”
Patrick Modiano, Rue des Boutiques Obscures

Henryk Sienkiewicz
“In the presence of the storm, thunderbolts, hurricane, rain, darkness, and the lions, which might be concealed but a few paces away, he felt disarmed and helpless.”
Henryk Sienkiewicz, In Desert and Wilderness

Neil Gaiman
“And then, in a skittering, chittering rush, it came. The hand, running high on its fingertips, scrabbled through the tall grass and up onto a tree stump. It stood there for a moment, like crab tasting the air, and then it made one triumphant, nail-clacking leap onto the center of the tablecloth.
Time slowed for Coraline. The white fingers closed around the black key....”
Neil Gaiman, Coraline

Henryk Sienkiewicz
“Amid the stillness of the night, in the depths of the ravine, from the direction in which the corpses lay suddenly resounded a kind of inhuman, frightful laughter in which quivered despair, and joy, and cruelty, and suffering, and pain, and sobbing, and derision; the heart-rending and spasmodic laughter of the insane or condemned.”
Henryk Sienkiewicz, In Desert and Wilderness

Miyamoto Musashi
“What is essential is to suddenly make a move totally unexpected by the opponent, pick up on the advantage of fright, and seize the victory right then and there.”
Miyamoto Musashi, The Book of Five Rings

Stephen King
“The inmates made jokes about the chair, the way people always make jokes about things that frighten them but can't be gotten away from.”
Stephen King, The Green Mile

John Connolly
“As for dying, he didn't believe that he was frightened of it: the manner of it, perhaps, but not the fact of it. After all, he had reached an age where dying had started to become an objective reality instead of an abstract concept.”
John Connolly, The Reapers

“It is fair to assume that the world is afraid of you”
Vineet Raj Kapoor

Stephen King
“The choice, as Eddie saw it, was as simple as it was brutal: get moving and keep moving or stand in one place long enough to start thinking about what all of this meant and simply die of fright.”
Stephen King, It

“عانقني بــ قوة..
دَعني أتسلل داخل ضلوعك..
وإصنع لي بيتًا على ذلك الجبل الذي يُسمى قلبك..
بيتًا أختبئ فيه من كل مخاوفي؛
من البشر،
من عقلي،
من اكتئابي وكل أمراضي النفسيه،
وحتى خوفي من حُبك..
وعِدني أن لا تهجرني في هذا البيت،
أن تمر عليّ بين الحين والأخر
فإني أخاف الوحده،
وأخاف هجرك.”
مي عز الدين

“ولكن قبل أن تذهب.. أخبرني ماذا أقول للنجوم حينما تسألني عنك ؟
أخبرني كيف لي أن أقول لـ جسدي المُنهك إن حضنك لم يَعد ملجأه ؟
كيف لي أن أقول لـ قلبي المَنْهُوم أن يتوقف عن النبض لـِ أجلك ؟
كيف لي أن أقول لـ عقلي المُتمرد أن يتوقف عن التفكير بـ تفاصيلك ؟
كيف لي أن أقول لـ روحي البائسه أن تتوقف عن التعلق بالحياة لـِ أجلك ؟”
مي عز الدين

Craig D. Lounsbrough
“I must look at the 'nature' of God, not the 'nature' of the challenge. For the former means everything and the latter means nothing.”
Craig D. Lounsbrough

Hanns Heinz Ewers
“Wednesday, March 23 I know now that I love Clarimonda. That she has entered into the very fiber of my being. It may be that the loves of other men are different. But does there exist one head, one ear, one hand that is exactly like hundreds of millions of others? There are always differences, and it must be so with love. My love is strange, I know that, but is it any the less lovely because of that? Besides, my love makes me happy.

If only I were not so frightened. Sometimes my terror slumbers and I forget it for a few moments, then it wakes and does not leave me. The fear is like a poor mouse trying to escape the grip of a powerful serpent. Just wait a bit, poor sad terror. Very soon, the serpent love will devour you.

"The Spider”
Hanns Heinz Ewers, Nachtmahr: Strange Tales

“Afraid even to look at the sky
The birds of cage do seldom fly”
Vineet Raj Kapoor

Nathaniel Hawthorne
“Ninety-nine people out of a hundred, I suppose, would have been frightened out of their wits by the very first of his ugly shapes, and would have taken
to their heels at once. For, one of the hardest things in this world is, to see the difference between real dangers and imaginary ones.”
Nathaniel Hawthorne, A Wonder-Book for Girls and Boys

Deep in
as a
it flees
every step
in its
It is fear.
It is nothing.
I am fearless.”
Jamie McIntosh

Craig D. Lounsbrough
“Fear is what we’ve made something to be rather than understanding Who God is.”
Craig D. Lounsbrough

“وهروبي منك
ليس لأنني لا أحبك
بل لأنني لا أحب ذاتي،
لأنني أدرك تمامًا أنني لا أصلح للحب،
إنني فتاة لا تُحب،
ولا تقوى على الحب..
أهرب لأنني ما عُدت أقوى على خذلان اخر.”
مي عز الدين

“خاف ألا يجمعنا فنجانان قهوة صنعوا بحب في شرفة منزلي
في ليلة يحتل فيها البرد منازل الجميع أما عني فلا أشعر سوى بدفء حضنك ودفء صوت أم كلثوم وهي تقول "يا حبيبي ايه أجمل من الليل واتنين زينا عاشقين”
مي عز الدين

Alessandro Baronciani
“The fact that Marco was not afraid of his future... of being ill... well, it made me even more frightened. Because he was so positive he could make it.”
Alessandro Baronciani, When Everything Turned Blue

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