Quotes with tag:
It’s the poignancy and sadness in things that gets to me.
The rejection that we all take and the sadness and the aggravation and the loss of jobs and all of the things that we live through in our lives, without a sense of humor, I don’t know how people make it.
A photograph can make you feel so many different things. When you look at war photographs of Vietnam, or something similar, it makes you feel anguish and sadness and pain. Then in other moments, when you look at Jackie Kennedy walking down Fifth Avenue, that makes you feel glory and richness.
In my deepest parts of sadness, I’m always making a joke or being sarcastic.
Man, I was drowning in sadness. And Angelina, she lifted me right up out of there.
It is so friendly so simply friendly and though inevitable not a sadness and though occurring not a shock.
I write with humour about sadness, to introduce an element of sweet to the sour, a bit like Turkish food.
I sometimes use a lot of light greens and greys when I feel there is sadness in the painting.
The walls we build around us to keep sadness out also keeps out the joy.
Absolute silence leads to sadness. It is the image of death.
A tragedy need not have blood and death; it’s enough that it all be filled with that majestic sadness that is the pleasure of tragedy.
There is nothing so cleansing or reassuring as a vicarious sadness.
In our culture I think most people think of grief as sadness, and that’s certainly part of it, a large part of it, but there’s also this thorniness, these edges that come out.
I think you have to deal with grief in the sense that you have to recognize that you have it, and say that it’s OK to have all the sadness.
I think often sadness is a great place to get songs from.