Quotes from Hawk

Ronie Kendig ·  368 pages

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“Men did stupid things when they got romantic ideas in their heads.”
― Ronie Kendig, quote from Hawk


“Psalm 57:1--Have mercy on me, my God, have mercy on me, for in you I take refuge. I will take refuge in the shadow of your wings until the disaster has passed.”
― Ronie Kendig, quote from Hawk


“Brian leaned in, hands braced on the edges of her wheelchair. "No farmers, or I'm coming in with everything I've got to save you from your own foolishness”
― Ronie Kendig, quote from Hawk


“It's not rash," she said, a fiery tone to her words. "I've waited two years for him to realize how I felt. He's just a little slow on the uptake.”
― Ronie Kendig, quote from Hawk


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