Scream Quotes

Quotes tagged as "scream" (showing 1-30 of 88)
Tahereh Mafi
“I clench my fists and try not to scream and I tuck my friends in my heart and
I think
has never looked so sweet.”
Tahereh Mafi, Ignite Me

Jennifer Lynn Barnes
“Little Sisters' Survival Guide, rule number thirty-seven," Skylar said. "Scream before they hit you.”
Jennifer Lynn Barnes, Every Other Day

John Mark Green
“The self-righteous scream judgments against others to hide the noise of skeletons dancing in their own closets.”
John Mark Green

J.D. Stroube
“Their screams would echo through the house and reverberate against my eardrums until my mind would fracture. Years went by and with each fracture; I lost a piece of my soul until I became lost and empty inside.”
J.D. Stroube, Caged in Darkness

Melina Marchetta
“I never thought meeting you would be this boring. I thought we'd put our Italian emotion into gear and scream the place down. I never expected indifference.”
Melina Marchetta, Looking for Alibrandi

“i am not what i seem
look past my surface and
you might scream”
Anastasia wild

Brenna Yovanoff
“From the window, I watch the city and the freeway. In the distance, the sky-rises look like mystic spires, unbearably close and far. I want to pick them up and eat them. I want to scream out loud sometimes, but I never do.”
Brenna Yovanoff, An Infinite Thread - A Merry Sisters of Fate Anthology

Harlan Coben
“It's not the dead even. They're gone. Nothing you can do about that. It's what's left behind - the echo. These woods you're walking through. There are some old timers who think a sound echoes here forever. Makes sense when you think about it. That Billingham kid. I'm sure he screamed. He screams, it echoes, just bounces back and forth, the sound getting smaller and smaller, but never entirely disappearing. Like a part of his is still calling out, even now.”
Harlan Coben, The Woods

Ilsa J. Bick
“Honestly, Bob: how do you carve a scream?”
Ilsa J. Bick, Drowning Instinct

Jessica Fortunato
“I was about to run, possibly fight, definitely scream...”
Jessica Fortunato, The Sin Collector

“Laugh, and the world laughs with you.
Scream, and everyone ignores you.”
Anthony T. Hincks

“Submit in silence and scream from within.
Stand up and shout and silence the pain.”
Anthony T. Hincks

Kendare Blake
“...I want to press my head into the steering wheel until the horn goes off. That way the horn will cover my screams”
Kendare Blake, Anna Dressed in Blood
tags: car, scream

Akshay Vasu
“The monster inside him was finally silent. The sword in his hand spoke a thousand stories, while hundreds of voices screamed feebly through the blood dripping from it. The blade of the sword shined like an evening sky and sang a tale of the darkest revenge.”
Akshay Vasu, The Abandoned Paradise: Unraveling the beauty of untouched thoughts and dreams

Terry Pratchett
“You stay here. I'll whistle if it's safe to follow me."
"What will you do if it *isn't* safe?"
Terry Pratchett, Pyramids

Lani Lynn Vale
“That was my go-to emotion lately. When I wanted to scream, I stayed silent. When I wanted to cry, hit something or complain, I stayed silent.”
Lani Lynn Vale, The Beard Made Me Do It

“Until he finds his last cry”

“I scream in silence because my voice has lost the power to be heard!”
Anthony T.Hincks

K. Martin Beckner
“That scream left her mouth and entered my head, where it's been ever since, sometimes waking me up at night.”
K. Martin Beckner, A Million Doorways

Scott Stabile
“If you need to scream, find a safe place, then scream.”
Scott Stabile

Mehmet Murat ildan
“If you think that nobody hears your screams, try silence!”
Mehmet Murat ildan

“Most days my demons are silent, but when they talk, oh, God, how they scream.”

Hervé Guibert
“Dans la cour de l'hôpital éclairée par ce soleil de juin qui devenait la pire injure au malheur, je compris, pour la première fois car quand Stéphane l'avait dit je n'avais pas voulu le croire, que Muzil allait mourir, incessament sous peu, et cette certitude me défigura dans le regard des passants qui me croisaient, ma face en bouille s'écoulait dans mes pleurs et volait en morceaux dans mes cris, j'étais fou de douleur, j'étais le Cri de Munch.”
Hervé Guibert, A l'ami qui ne m'a pas sauvé la vie

Hervé Guibert
“Les images ont des insinuations diaboliques. Mes parents ont inconsidérément punaisé des reproductions arrachées à des pages de magazine, sans autre souci de présentation, de deux tableaux assez célèbres : la terrasse de café d'une nuit d'été à Arles, par Van Gogh, qui s'est muée en imae presque abstraite de la chaleur molle, de la déliquescence, de la vacance, de l'été (une préfiguration aussi du plaisir que mon corps adulte pourrait me faire connaître), et Le Cri de Munch, qui s'est mué, lente défiguration du personnage déjà défiguré, en image de la peur et de la mort.”
Hervé Guibert, My Parents

“I can see you, you know.
That's right...I'm looking over your shoulder watching you read this.
No, don't turn around because you won't see me.
You turned around, didn't you?
But you didn't see me, and now you are back reading that damn quote.
Can you feel your neck hairs stand up on end? Can you feel those nerves racing through your body? Your increased heartbeat?
Don't smile, because I'm right here.
You turned around again, didn't you?
Go back, and finish reading the quote. See if you can get to the end without turning around again.
That's it slowly, and as you read it your neck hairs will slowly start to standup again, your pulse will quicken, and you will swear that there is no one there. But I am you know.
And as you sleep, I shall watch you.
Sleeping! Trying to shut your eyes, and not scream.
Covered in the blankets that will muffle any sounds of my footsteps, and stifle the sounds of your scream.
Shadows shall play across the room as you hide tonight, remembering that I was here when you were reading this.
You will laugh, and say that there is no one there, but as you say that there will be a slight breeze, a scratching noise, and the flicker of a light, but don't worry. It will only be me, coming to visit, and take you with me tonight.”
Anthony T. Hincks

Sheba Karim
“If anyone heard us, I bet they understood, because one of life’s sad truths is that not all of us receive love but every single one of us knows pain.”
Sheba Karim, Mariam Sharma Hits the Road

David R. Gillham
“It’s said that if you can hear a bomb whistle, then you’re safe. It’s the bomb you don’t hear that rips the roof from your building, pulverizes the walls, and buries you alive in a heap of smoldering slag. Still, the whistling builds up inside you like a scream. You can’t help but hold your breath.”
David R. Gillham, City of Women

كامل الشناوي
“عندما تتكلم الحقيقة، لا تتكلم الأنثى ... ولكن تصرخ !”
كامل الشناوي, ساعات

Sara Farizan
“It felt kind of good to scream. I wished it were socially acceptable to scream more often. Not in class or anything, but maybe there could be some roped-off area or campus designated for screaming your cares away.”
Sara Farizan, Here to Stay

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