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Traumatics Quotes By Vicki Sue Robinson

I got my first paycheck as a cast member in the Broadway production of 'HAIR' when I was 16 years old. — Vicki Sue Robinson

Traumatics Quotes By Jonathan Franzen

Zachary's mother, Lucy, waylaid him on the third-floor landing and offered, unsolicited, her opinion that the Traumatics had been the kind of adolescently posturing, angst-mongering boy group that never interested her. Then she waited, with parted lips and a saucy challenge in her eyes, to see how her presence
the drama of being her
was registering. In the way of such chicks, she seemed convinced of the originality of her provocation. Katz had encountered, practically verbatim, the same provocation a hundred times before, which put him in the ridiculous position now of feeling bad for being unable to pretend to be provoked: of pitying Lucy's doughty little ego, its floatation on a sea of aging-female insecurity. He doubted he could get anywhere with her even if he felt like trying, but he knew that her pride would be hurt if he didn't make at least a token effort to be disagreeable. (p. 194) — Jonathan Franzen

Traumatics Quotes By Rainbow Rowell

Touching," he said. "I want to touch you. Hold you. I want to sit right next to you, even when there are other options."
She took a deep breath. She felt like she owed it to him to keep talking. To at least reciprocate this conversation. "I want to touch you, too."
"Yeah," she said.
"What kind of touching?" he asked.
"Did you already give the operator your credit card number? — Rainbow Rowell

Traumatics Quotes By Pushpa Rana

Never wanted it to be an imposition,
I am alone & will find my way alone. — Pushpa Rana

Traumatics Quotes By Zia Haider Rahman

This is a miserable country, Zafar. I don't need to explain that to you. It needs help. Isn't it that simple?
Is anything that simple? — Zia Haider Rahman

Traumatics Quotes By James Lee Burke

There's another way to put it. Sometimes your luck runs out and you have to accept that the life you planned was a dream written on water. — James Lee Burke

Traumatics Quotes By T.J. Klune

Joe sang the loudest of all. He said, you belong to me. — T.J. Klune