30+ quotes from Love Her Wild by Atticus Poetry

Quotes from Love Her Wild

Atticus Poetry ·  240 pages

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“We are made of all those who have built and broken us.”
― Atticus Poetry, quote from Love Her Wild


“I hope to arrive at my death, late, in love, and a little drunk. ”
― Atticus Poetry, quote from Love Her Wild


“I think it’s beautiful
the way you sparkle
when you talk about
the things you love.”
― Atticus Poetry, quote from Love Her Wild


“She conquered her demons and wore her scars like wings. ”
― Atticus Poetry, quote from Love Her Wild


“There is nothing
prettier in the
whole wide world
than a girl
in love
with every breath she takes.”
― Atticus Poetry, quote from Love Her Wild


“Watch carefully
the magic that occurs
when you give a person
enough comfort
to just be themselves.”
― Atticus Poetry, quote from Love Her Wild


“She had just enough madness to make her interesting”
― Atticus Poetry, quote from Love Her Wild


“Love her but leave her wild ”
― Atticus Poetry, quote from Love Her Wild


“A sky
full
of stars
and he
was staring
at her.

—ATTICUS”
― Atticus Poetry, quote from Love Her Wild


“She was afraid of heights
but she was
much more afraid
of never flying.”
― Atticus Poetry, quote from Love Her Wild


“It was her chaos that made her beautiful. ”
― Atticus Poetry, quote from Love Her Wild


“I worry there is something broken in our generation,
there are too many sad eyes on happy faces.”
― Atticus Poetry, quote from Love Her Wild


“I WANT TO BE WITH SOMEONE WHO DREAMS OF DOING EVERYTHING IN LIFE
AND NOTHING ON RAINY SUNDAY AFTERNOONS.”
― Atticus Poetry, quote from Love Her Wild


“What good are wings without the courage to fly?”
― Atticus Poetry, quote from Love Her Wild


“From
the moment
I saw her
I knew
this one
was worth
the
broken
heart.”
― Atticus Poetry, quote from Love Her Wild


“Depression is being colorblind and constantly told how colorful the world is.”
― Atticus Poetry, quote from Love Her Wild


“Chase your stars fool, life is short. ”
― Atticus Poetry, quote from Love Her Wild


“I aspire to be
an old man
with an old wife
laughing at old jokes
from a wild youth.”
― Atticus Poetry, quote from Love Her Wild


“Brushing a girl’s hair
behind her ear
once a day
will solve more problems
than all those
therapists
and drugs.”
― Atticus Poetry, quote from Love Her Wild


“She wore the moonlight like lingerie. ”
― Atticus Poetry, quote from Love Her Wild


“Time is all we have and don’t. ”
― Atticus Poetry, quote from Love Her Wild


“There’s too much risk in loving,’
the young boy said,
‘no,’
said the old man,
‘there’s too much risk in not.”
― Atticus Poetry, quote from Love Her Wild


“We are all born free
and spend a lifetime
becoming slaves
to our own
false truths.”
― Atticus Poetry, quote from Love Her Wild


“She was everything real in a world of make-believe. ”
― Atticus Poetry, quote from Love Her Wild


“That was her magic—
she could still see
the sunset
even on those
darkest days.”
― Atticus Poetry, quote from Love Her Wild


“Sometimes
I want a quiet life
other times
I want to go
a little bit
fucking Gatsby.”
― Atticus Poetry, quote from Love Her Wild


“It's a
lonely
thing,
protecting
a breakable
heart”
― Atticus Poetry, quote from Love Her Wild


“We humans
are so tortured
by not properly guessing
what will make us happy.”
― Atticus Poetry, quote from Love Her Wild


“I will follow you,
my love,
to the edge of all our days,
to our very last
tomorrows.”
― Atticus Poetry, quote from Love Her Wild


“I let her go
because I knew she could do better
and now she's gone
I wonder
if I should've
just been better.”
― Atticus Poetry, quote from Love Her Wild


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