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Q is for Quotes

Another cheat, this may be a bit long to simply call a quote. Taken from Stephen King’s Misery

Can you, Paul?

Yeah. That’s how I survive. That’s how come I’m able to maintain homes in both New York and L.A. and more rolling iron than there is in some used-car lots. Because I can, and it’s not something to apologize for, goddammit.

There are lots of guys out there who write a better prose line than I do and who have a better understanding of what people are really like and what humanity is supposed to mean — hell I know that.

But when the counsellor asks Did he? about those guys, sometimes only a few people raise their hands. But they raise their hands for me . . . or for Misery . . . and in the end I guess they’re both the same.

Can I?

Yeah.

You bet I can.

There’s a million things in this world I can’t do. Couldn’t hit a curve ball, even back in high school. Can’t fix a leaky faucet. Can’t roller-skate or make an F-chord on the guitar that sounds like anything but shit. I have tried twice to be married and couldn’t do it either time. But if you want me to take you away, to scare you or involve you or make you cry or grin, yeah. I can. I can bring it to you and keep bringing it until you holler uncle.

I am able.

I CAN.

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2 comments on “Q is for Quotes

  1. I like your “Q” word. Although, I’ve never seen the movie or read this particular book. Good choice, though.

    Michelle 🙂
    http://www.michelle-pickett.com/blog
    A to Z Challenger

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