Glinda Quotes

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Stephen Schwartz
“It's just life, so keep dancing through.”
Stephen Schwartz, Wicked: The Complete Book and Lyrics of the Broadway Musical

Gregory Maguire
“Glinda waved dismissively. Then she tucked her hand against her mouth and bit her knuckles. It was hard to tell if her pretty ways were studied or innate.
"Oh, oh," she managed, "I don't know that I'll see you again- and you remind me so of her.”
Gregory Maguire, Son of a Witch

Gregory Maguire
“My job is to protect you, Lady Glinda even if you are loosing your mind.”
Gregory Maguire, Out of Oz

Gregory Maguire
“They did the best they could. Besides I was hardly a stranger. I had known your grandmother. We were like this." She twined her second and third fingers together as if they might strangle each other.”
Gregory Maguire, Out of Oz

Gregory Maguire
“Do good though, will you?" She blinked brightly at the green girl. "If not for your parents or your grandmother, then for me?”
Gregory Maguire, Out of Oz

Gregory Maguire
“Not old enough to feel like an adult , really, but old enough to look like one, and to know the distinction between being carefree and careless.”
Gregory Maguire

Gregory Maguire
“You need my help? What for? Bread, cash, a fake identity to help you slip sideways through the cracks? Tell me what you need, tell me why I should help, and I'll see what I can do. In memory of Elphaba. You knew her." Her head titled again, but up, this time, and it was to keep the sudden wetness from spilling into her carefully colored false eyelashes. "You knew my Elphie!”
Gregory Maguire, Son of a Witch

Gregory Maguire
“Well, I learned to cook. At my age," she told him. "What's next? Art therapy? Anyway, I've had quite a time of it this summer, and who knows what eases down on any road. Come, Rain. A quick goodbye, and off you go."
"Goodbye," said Rain to the Lion, and then to the woman.
"Not to them," said Glinda, "To me."
She turned eyes that were saucerly upon Glinda. "Mum?”
Gregory Maguire, Out of Oz

Gregory Maguire
“I'm just doing your tea, Mum," he said.
"Are you all imbecilic? Is that a requirement of enlisted men? It's Lady GLINDA!" She was losing it, big time. "Get me Murth!”
Gregory Maguire, Out of Oz

Patricia Briggs
“They came to see Glinda the Good Witch, but after midnight, they found the Wicked Witch of the West and left quaking in fear of flying monkeys.”
Patricia Briggs, Shifting Shadows

Augusten Burroughs
“I like the bad one better,' I said. 'She had flying monkeys, and the good one was tacky and seemed kind of dumb.”
Augusten Burroughs, Toil & Trouble