Anthony Liccione Quotes

American poet and author

I once had a strong relationship with coffee, but it was an up and down grind, that left me in an emotional wreck. All ended on shaky ground, before I dumped it for tea. Now in a calm state, we read books together, listen to classical music, munch on madeleines, and spend time finding art in a sinking sunset. We are tranquil like a bee to a flower. But there are times I can say, that I do miss the sporadic, electric vibrancy coffee and I had; walking on a wire and thrashing down unopened door.
– Anthony Liccione

The new way has overtaken the old way, but the old knows not how to adapt to the instant technology and reformed psychology, so it begins to forget and stays forgotten.
– Anthony Liccione

Nothing like being in a dream, then waking up to a nightmare.
– Anthony Liccione

When I was younger, I thought I was a bird at one time. Then they told me I can’t fly, so I stopped flying.
– Anthony Liccione

Rather than turning the page, it’s much easier to just throw the book away.
– Anthony Liccione

We don’t give up on hope. We hope, to not give up.
– Anthony Liccione

Whoever put the word fun in funeral?
– Anthony Liccione

Many people are trying hard to be invincible, and most of the time they fail invisible, while few find their spotlight. But the remarkable person is one, who can be both invincible and invisible at the same time.
– Anthony Liccione

Ever notice the word ‘rough’ in through? There is truth to that, though the way may be rough, we are still able to get through it.
– Anthony Liccione

Give all your pearls, and the swine will make a pearl necklace, then run off. Don’t show all your glory.
– Anthony Liccione

In the fire of an argument words are it’s fuel, choose your words wisely. If you throw in wood or paper, the fire will burn evenly then put itself out. But if you throw oil or gasoline, the fire will spread fiercely and unmanageable.
– Anthony Liccione

So many birds sitting around, on a dead wire, a bare branch, a cold ground, a drifting seashore; never realizing the glory in their wings and where it can take them, nor the envy as we look on them.
– Anthony Liccione.

Don’t pass on your passions, to settle in the stale normality. Endure. Strive. Ensure.
– Anthony Liccione

Love is like a match to a wick. It takes that right combination to strike a flame. But once the flame is there, it can either give warmth, die out or burn your world to ashes. Even kill you. It’s how you sustain the flame, feed it, and moderate the amount of energy in balance.
– Anthony Liccione

When water fountains start charging to drink, then you know we have a problem.
– Anthony Liccione

Don’t make prayer a consistent battle, but rather constantly pray against life’s battles.
– Anthony Liccione

To express open creativity, you first need to create your own space of seclusion

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Love makes everything possible.
– Anthony Liccione

A successful person expects a clapping hand, an ailing person expects an open hand.
– Anthony Liccione

We are rich in hearts, but poor with love.
– Anthony Liccione

The only fear that builds character, is the fear of God.
– Anthony Liccione

A relationship is like being in a forest, where snakes lurk awaiting the chance to entice
– Anthony Liccione

Sometimes the truth will hurt and a lie will set you free; just as a lie will hurt and the truth will set you free.
– Anthony Liccione

Don’t let reality, get in way of your dreams.
– Anthony Liccione

Live for your country, die to yourself; live for yourself, die to your country.
– Anthony Liccione

A mind is not weighed by its magnitude, but by the dimensions of its thoughts.
– Anthony Liccione

Which is more real, when you face reality, or when reality faces you?
– Anthony Liccione

Words will only ruin you, if you allow them.
– Anthony Liccione

Two cents in the pocket, is better than no sense in the head.
– Anthony Liccione

A tongue is about the size of a bullet, but much more fierce and powerful.
– Anthony Liccione

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