Kindred Quotes

Quotes tagged as "kindred" (showing 1-4 of 4)
Wilkie Collins
“The mystery which underlies the beauty of women is never raised above the reach of all expression until it has claimed kindred with the deeper mystery in our own souls.”
Wilkie Collins, The Woman in White

Octavia E. Butler
“Then, somehow, I got caught up in one of Kevin's World War II books - a book of excerpts from the recollections of concentration camp survivors. Stories of beatings, starvation, filth, disease, torture, every possible degradation. As though the Germans had been trying to do in only a few years what the Americans had worked at for nearly two hundred.

... Like the Nazis, antebellum whites had known quite a bit about torture - quite a bit more than I ever wanted to learn.”
Octavia E. Butler, Kindred

Lorin Morgan-Richards
“We are free falling backward through time, reincarnating ourselves from our past, reflecting the chaotic energy of the present.”
Lorin Morgan-Richards