30 match(es) found in quotations

William Shakespeare :
Sigh no more, ladies, sigh no more, Men were deceivers ever, One foot in sea and one on shore, To one thing constant never: Then sigh not so, but let them go, And be you blithe and bonny, Converting all your sounds of woe Into Hey nonny, nonny.
[William Shakespeare (1564-1616), British dramatist, poet. Balthasar, in Much Ado About Nothing, act 2, sc. 3, l. 62-9. One of Shakespeare's best-known songs.]
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Denise Levertov :
Hey, who is glancing there? Shadow-me, not with malice but mercurially shot with foreknowledge of dread and sweat.
[Denise Levertov (b. 1923), Anglo-U.S. poet. "Looking-glass."]
Mother Goose :
Hey, diddle, diddle, The cat and the fiddle, The cow jumped over the moon; The little dog laughed To see such sport, And the dish ran away with the spoon.
[Mother Goose (fl. 17th-18th century. Hey, diddle, diddle (l. 1-6). . . Oxford Book of Light Verse, The. W. H. Auden, ed. (1938) Oxford University Press.]
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Unknown :
To a maiden true he'll give his hand, Hey lillie, ho lillie lallie, To the king's daughter o' fair England, To a prize that was won by a slain brother's brand, I' the brave nights so early.
[Unknown. Earl Brand (l. 67-71). OxBB. Oxford Book of Ballads, The. James Kinsley, ed. (1969) Oxford University Press.]
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John Ashbery :
That's why I quit and took up writing poetry instead. It's clean, it's relaxing, it doesn't squirt juice all over Something you were certain of a minute ago and now your own face Is a stranger and no one can tell you it's true. Hey, stupid!
[John Ashbery (b. 1927), U.S. poet, critic. "Or In My Throat."]
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William Shakespeare :
A great while ago the world begun, With hey, ho, the wind and the rain, But that's all one, our play is done, And we'll strive to please you every day.
[William Shakespeare (1564-1616), British dramatist, poet. Feste, in Twelfth Night, act 5, sc. 1, l. 405-8. Bringing the play to an end on a slight note of melancholy.]
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William Gass :
Initially, between the trees, he caught sight of whirling, jumping bodies. Heya-hey-heya. Someone climbing. Rocks pitched after a board; and on the river, tilting patches of reflection. Heya-fulla-heya-heya. Boys were sliding down the bank on their buttocks, roughing the scaly sand. They sailed a can lid on the water where at first it turned, floating, then sank, burning like a mirror. Hiyah-smilah. Hee-mee? Coltch. Skirts rose slowly, slowly subsided. A parasol flew open with a snap. Or-rawk. Gah. Houf. Half buried in the shingle, a deep red brick was then awash. Yo-yo giggy. Teetoo Sheek? Num! Lissa-lissa. A willow leaned out, trailing its leaves in the water.
[William Gass (b. 1924), U.S. fictionist, essayist, philosopher. "The Reverend Jethro Furber's Change of Heart," ch. 1, p. 69, Omensetter's Luck (1966). "Reverend Jethro Furber" watches townsfolk at play on a Sunday.]
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Dudley Nichols :
Kitty March: O-o-o-oh Johnny! Johnny Prince: Hey lazy legs. Kitty March: Jeepers, I love ya....
[Dudley Nichols (1895-1960), U.S. screenwriter, Fouchardière, and Fritz Lang. Kitty March (Joan Bennet) and Johnny Prince (Dan Duryea), Scarlet Street, the refrain heard over and over in Christopher Cross's imagination after he witnesses Kitty's betrayal with Johnny, kills her and sees him found guilty for the murder, and then goes mad (1945).]
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jessica Romoff :
Charlie: Hey you! When do tryouts start? VolleyGirl: A couple of hours. AHHH! Charlie: Just work on conditioning! BigMike: Come over to my place, I'll help you stretch... VolleyGirl has PERMANENTLY BLOCKED messages from BigMike VolleyGirl: But what about my serve? Charlie: No time! Show coach ur the only one jumping in fifth set! VolleyGirl: Great advice! TY! Charlie: Good Luck! :) Charlie: So, how'd it go? VolleyGirl: Hi Charlie! I made the team! Did you get my picture? Charlie: I knew you would make it! And yes, you're gorgeous! VolleyGIrl: Where's mine Bozo? Charlie: I have a confession to make. VolleyGirl: WAT! Charlie: I'm really twenty. Sophomore at UC Berkeley. I said I was in high school because I didn't want to sound preachy giving you advice because I play college volleyball. Do you HATE me? ! ? : ( VolleyGirl: No it's ok. I still like you. It was sweet of you to try 2 make me comfortable. Charlie: Ur awesome Annie. TTYL! Off to practice! Volleygirl: My brothers about to leave Charlie: Who's looking after you and k80? Volleygirl: My aunt Nicole. She's cool. Charlie: I think we should meet! Volleygirl: What? ! ? ! Charlie: Just say yes and I'm there Texting walking down the escalator Annie: Hi! It's me again. Where are you? I'm sitting on a bench just outside CHarlie: Annie? Annie: Yes? Charlie: It's me. Charlie! Hey you! Look at you, you're gorgeous Annie: Is this a joke? Charlie: No! It's me! Charlie. Whats wrong? Annie: You're not twenty five. Charlie: Hey, don't get upset. Annie, please, just give me a chance. Annie: Why do you keep lying to me? Charlie: Because of this. I was afraid that you wouldn't be mature enough to understand. You made me think you could handle this, Annie. This is ridiculous. It's me. Charlie the same guy you've been talking to everyday for the last two months. I love you, Annie. And I don't get why age has to change that. Takes off clothes Annie: there, happy? Charlie: You look ridiculously sexy. C'mon, sit down. Charlie: Can I just... Annie: No Charlie, wait Charlie: it's ok Annie: Charlie Charlie: It's ok Annie: Charlie wait Charlie: I'm just taking these off. Hold still, Annie. I've got to take these off too. That's my girl. This is perfect Friend: Annie, what's wrong. That was him at the mall, wasn't it? Charlie? How old is he? Annie: Doesn't matter Friend: Oh my god Annie: We met up on Saturday. We had sex. Were in love. What's the big deal? There are girls at my school who have slept with half the football team. I lose my virginity and my parents make a federal case out of it. Friend: I think your parents are more worried you might have been in danger. Annie: Danger? That's because they don't know him. The thing is, I bet my dad would really like him if they had met you know, before Agent: Good new, we ran the DNA that was on her shirt. We found a match. There were three other rapes, reported. We were able to recover genetic material. The DNA profile is the same. Dad: So he's done this before? Annie: Well, he's had other girlfriends before Agent: These weren't girlfriends Annie. These were minors who reported rape. Annie, do you know this girl? She's from Cleveland. She's fifteen years old. Annie: no Agent: Now this is the Milwaukee case. The photo was taken a year ago. She's 14 Annie: No Agent: Now this girl was assaulted in St. Louis 7 months ago, she's 12 Annie: I don't know them Therapist: You want something to drink? Annie: There were other girls Therapist: What do you mean? Annie: Charlie. He had other girls.3 of them. Like me Therapist: You mean there were other victims? Annie: He said that I was special that I was the only one. But there were other girls. They weren't even that pretty Therapist: tell me why it matters Annie: Because they were just like me. He told me. He said I was pretty. What's wrong with me? He lied to me the way he lied to those other girls. He didn't love you. He lied so he could have sex with. Oh my god, he raped me. How could i have been so stupid! All he wanted... my god. All he wanted was... God I'm so sorry
[David Schwimmer]
Ben Hecht :
Tony Camonte: Hey, what's all the time bitin' you? You afraid of me? Poppy: Well, that outfit is enough to give anybody the yips.
[Ben Hecht (1893-1964), U.S. screenwriter, Seton I. Miller, screenwriter, John Lee Mahin, screenwriter, and W.R. Burnett, screenwriter. Tony Camonte (Paul Muni), Poppy (Karen Morley), Scarface, exchange between Camonte and the mob boss' girlfriend (1932). Additional author Howard Hawks.]
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