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Death Quotes - random - 100+ quotes


Henri Barbusse | Death Quotes
Two armies at death-grips that is one great army committing suicide.
Anonymous
I don't fear death; it's re-incarnation I dread.
Edward Young
Virtue alone has majesty in death.




Don DeLillo
All plots tend to move deathwards. This is the nature of plots.
Mengistu Haile Mariam
Mengistu is a barbaric and cruel creature who becomes happy with the death of human beings.
Ani DiFranco | Death Quotes
I was blessed with a birth and a death, and I guess I just want some say in-between.
Cesare Pavese
Many men on the point of an edifying death would be furious if they were suddenly restored to health.
Michael Marshall Smith
Death is real. Death changes things. Everything else is filler, merely a message from our sponsor.
Wendell Berry
Let me say
and not mourn: the world
lives in the death of speech
and sings there.
Edmund Cooper
Those who look for death have to wait patiently till death finds those who look.
Leonardo da Vinci | Death Quotes
As a day well spent procures a happy sleep, so a life well employed procures a happy death.




Quentin Tarantino
I look at Death Proof and realize I had too much time.
Robert Smith
I don't think of death in a romantic way anymore. (L'Express newspaper 2000)
Banksy
People who get up early in the morning cause war, death and famine.
John Howard
The most important civil liberty... is to stay alive and to be free from violence and death...
Charlie Chan | Death Quotes
Death is a Black Camel that kneels unbidden at every gate. Tonight, black camel knelt here.
Michel de Montaigne
All of the days go toward death and the last one arrives there.
Friedrich Nietzsche
A witticism is an epigram on the death of a feeling.
Andre Breton
Surrealism will usher you into death, which is a secret society.
William Cullen Bryant
And suns grow meek, and the meek suns grow brief,
And the year smiles as it draws near its death.


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