Calliope Writing


Final Day of the Three-Day Three Quotes Challenge
December 12, 2015, 12:30 pm
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Without further ado, here are the final quotes to wrap up the Three-Day Three Quotes Challenges (check out days one and two if you missed them).

salinger quote

 

palahniuk quote

 

Hemingway quote

 

What’s your favorite quote? I’d love to know what inspires or moves you…quote-wise. I don’t need to know about any freaky bedroom stuff.


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Those are really good quotes. Thanks for the mix of inspiration and thought provocation.

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Comment by Karina Pinella

Thanks for nominating me! It was fun.

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Comment by Katrina

My pleasure!

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Comment by Karina Pinella

There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed.

Ernest Hemingway

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Comment by Poet Rummager

Such a good one. Another of my favorite Hemingway quotes: “Write drunk, edit sober.”

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Comment by Katrina

Haha! That’s perfect for you. ❤️

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Comment by Poet Rummager

My favourite quote is:

Everything has its beauty, but not everyone sees it — Confucius

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Comment by Graham Stephen

Beautiful quote.

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Comment by Katrina

My favorite quote comes from my father. If ever times were tough, he would smile and say, “Just remember, as one door shuts, another one closes.”

He’s like that, my dad.

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Comment by BunKaryudo

Your dad sounds awesome.

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