Insatiable Quotes

Quotes tagged as "insatiable" (showing 1-10 of 10)
Olivia Gates
“She was more magnificent than any goddess. Addictive passion on two gorgeous,endless legs, between which he'd found a heaven far better than any mortal had dreamed or god had promised.”
Olivia Gates

Donald Barthelme
“Now, here is the point about the self: it is insatiable. It is always, always hankering. It is what you might call rapacious to a fault. The great flaming mouth to the thing is never in this world going to be stuff full.”
Donald Barthelme, Sixty Stories

“However, human beings are funny; we always want what we don't have.”
Apol Lejano-Massebieau

Solange nicole
“This daemon loves men whose marriage beds have grown cold, so she can set them ablaze.”
Solange nicole, An Hour of Decadence

Solange nicole
“His love with Lucy bled from his heart as he slipped into a dark despair— a melancholy that only she could sever with her chaste voice and tender kisses. Now in an unreachable darkness, a blindness took hold. A blood lust that would drive him mad for five years hence.”
Solange nicole, Slayers

Solange nicole
“The time groaned by as John made a fool of himself. Eventually, he grew numb to the death and sin around him. He even came to enjoy gallivanting cross-country like a true crusader. His name brought tears of joy or pain of anger to those he left in his wake. The result of his own unresolved pain.”
Solange nicole, Slayers

Ljupka Cvetanova
“He is insatiable in love. His wife is a great cook.”
Ljupka Cvetanova, The New Land

Solange nicole
“It is hard to describe to you but I swear it was a fearsome sight. There were not eyes to speak of, but chasms that saw into its dark depths. A shade of a mouth full with phantom teeth. There seemed to be a skull shifting in and out of form beneath the black. Bound together by an unspeakable evil.”
Solange nicole, Slayers

Don Roff
“It's better to write something, anything, than to starve the monster. The monster must feed. And it will feed on your soul if not your words. Its appetite is insatiable. Write to save yourself from the monster.”
Don Roff