Quotations About / On: BROKEN
Poetry is when you challenge yourself and break the laws of literature.
(Adam M. Snow)
Does God look upon a broken vow as on a river not clinging to bough?
Dawn's breaking quiet begets the bees' buzzing riot.
'I can fix anything I can break.'
(Margaret Ann Newcomb)
The beauty of relation is that it should never be broken.
(to my friends)
Tough is that, which softens rather than break.
(Moulding is better than perishing.)
An anger never breaks a rock, But a man of patience wilt eat the honey therein
(If a man exercise patience, he will have everything he wills)
The juries also break the law, with their gavel.
(Judges and the juries are not faithful, they are vulnerable to corruption, bribery and favouritism)
The path of social advancement is, and must be, strewn with broken friendships.
(H.G. (Herbert George) Wells (1866-1946), British author. Kipps, bk. 2, ch. 5 (1905).)
When you have broken the reality into concepts you never can reconstruct it in its wholeness.
(William James (1842-1910), U.S. philosopher, psychologist. Originally published 1909. A Pluralistic Universe, lecture 6, Peter Smith (1967).)