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Quotes by Roman Payne - (10 quotes)

Roman Payne - From the Artists category:

- Rooftop Soliloquy...
All forms of madness, bizarre habits, awkwardness in society, general clumsiness, are justified in the person who creates good art. (Roman Payne)

Roman Payne - From the Books category:

- Rooftop Soliloquy...
Alexander the Great slept with The Iliad beneath his pillow. During the waning moon, I cradle Homer's Odyssey as if it were the sweet body of a woman. (Roman Payne)

Roman Payne - From the Critics category:

If you love my work, you are a good critic. If you do not love my work, you are a 'not good' critic. (Roman Payne)

Roman Payne - From the Muse category:

The Muse is not an artistic mystery, but a mathematical equation. The gifts are those ideas you think of as you drift to sleep. The giver is that one you think of when you first awake. (Roman Payne)

Roman Payne - From the Obsession category:

I've decided the act that cannot wait / is the important will to create / But, ah, if my belly is ignored / the pantry door I shall implore / But I've been known to reach the bed / ideas still famished in my head. (Roman Payne)

Roman Payne - From the Obsession category:

Fueled by my inspiration, I ran across the room to steal the cup of coffee the bookshelf had taken prisoner. Lapping the black watery brew like a hyena, I tossed the empty cup aside. I then returned to the chair to continue my divine act of creation. Hot blood swished in my head as my mighty pen stole across the page. (Roman Payne)

Roman Payne - From the Pleasure category:

I care not that this moment's lot was thin and sparsely dealt; all pleasures sweet can be forgot the instant they are felt. (Roman Payne)

Roman Payne - From the Travel category:

-Cities and Countries...
Only through travel can we know where we belong or not, where we are loved and where we are rejected. (Roman Payne)

Roman Payne - From the Truth category:

Analogies are like lies. (Roman Payne)

Roman Payne - From the Writing category:

Who is better off? The one who writes to revel in the voluptuousness of the life that surrounds them? Or the one who writes to escape the tediousness of that which awaits them outside? Whose flame will last longer? (Roman Payne)