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Hailstones Quotes By David Mitchell

A volley of hailstones began abruptly, filled the woods with a frenzied percussion & ended on the sudden. — David Mitchell

Hailstones Quotes By Naomi Shihab Nye

What would it be like to be a turtle inside a shell hit by hailstones? — Naomi Shihab Nye

Hailstones Quotes By Tom Robbins

The first thunderstorm of the season was in the dressing room, donning its black robes and its necklace of hailstones, strapping on its electrical sword. — Tom Robbins

Hailstones Quotes By Kilian Jornet

The secret isn't in your legs, but in your strength of mind. You need to go for a run when it is raining, windy, and snowing, when lightning sets trees on fire as you pass them, when snowflakes or hailstones strike your legs and body in the storm and make you weep, and in order to keep running, you have to wipe away the tears to see the stones, walls, or sky. — Kilian Jornet

Hailstones Quotes By Rabindranath Tagore

We sit inert, like dead specimens of some museum, while lessons are pelted at us from on high, like hailstones on flowers. — Rabindranath Tagore

Hailstones Quotes By C.J. Cherryh

But, oh, how precious those things were! To look at the sky, breathe the cold wind, have fingers nipped by chill and skin stung red and heart stirred to life, gods, he had been dead until Tristen arrived and asked him the first vexing question, and posed him the first insoluble puzzle, and marveled at hailstones and mourned over falling leaves. What miracles there were all around ... — C.J. Cherryh

Hailstones Quotes By Jean-Marie G. Le Clezio

Thinking! Thinking! The process should no longer be merely this feeble flurry of hailstones that raises a little dust. It should be something quite different. Thinking should be a terrifying process. When the earth thinks, whole towns crumble to the ground and thousands of people die.
Thinking: raising boulders, hollowing out valleys, preparing tidal waves at sea. Thinking like a town: that's to say: eight million inhabitants, twelve million rats, nine million pints of carbon dioxide, two billion tons. Grey light. Cathedral of light. Din. Sudden flashes. Low-lying blanket of black cloud. Flat roofs. Fire alarms. Elevators. Streets. Eighteen thousand miles of streets. 145 million electric light bulbs. — Jean-Marie G. Le Clezio