Grant Morrison

A Quote by Grant Morrison

Your head's like mine, like all our heads; big enough to contain every god and devil there ever was. Big enough to hold the weight of oceans and the turning stars. Whole universes fit in there! But what do we choose to keep in this miraculous cabinet? Little broken things, sad trinkets that we play with over and over. The world turns our key and we play the same little tune again and again and we think that tune's all we are.

Grant Morrison

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A Quote by Grant Morrison on emptiness, eternity, people, time, and world

Why did you make it so hard for me? I'd rather empty the ocean with a sieve. I do it for you. Or count the grains of sand on every beach. All for you. There are so many people, so many countries. But I have time. All the time in the world. Eternity.

Grant Morrison

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A Quote by Grant Morrison on eternity

And when it's all done, when there's no one left you'll come back for me. And tell me who I am and why I have to do what I do. And explain 'Eternity.' You'll come back

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A Quote by Grant Morrison on hell

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I won't tell you again! Don't look back! In hell you never look back!

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A Quote by Grant Morrison on children, day, death, dreams, eternity, and women

All I know is that you won't come back until they're all dead. 'Eternity.' Every last one of them. Every man. Every woman. Every child. Global massacre. I dream about that day. A planet of corpses

Grant Morrison

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A Quote by Grant Morrison on certainty, change, and hell

Hell changes constantly but there are certain consistent landmarks which always stay in the same relation to one another.

Grant Morrison

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A Quote by Grant Morrison on cities, darkness, mind, and thought

I thought I could capture the stories of the city on paper. I thought I could write about the horrors of the city. Horror stories you see. I tell you I didn't have to look far for material. Everywhere I looked, there were stories hidden there in the dark corners. . . . I wrote and still there were more. . . . No one would publish them. 'Too horrible,' they said. 'Sick mind,' they said. I thought I could write about the horrors of the city but the horror is too big and it goes on forever.

Grant Morrison

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A Quote by Grant Morrison on thought

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He felt the hot impact of bullets. He heard the sound of chopping meat. He thought 'is that me?' . . . and then he opened his eyes.

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A Quote by Grant Morrison on hell, home, justice, lies, and time

Why am I in Hell? It hurts. It hurts all the time. Why am I in Hell? I just want to go home and lie on the bed the way I used to. Please take me home.

Grant Morrison

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