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Diane Ackerman

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It began in mystery, and it will end in mystery, but what a savage and beautiful country lies in between.

— Diane Ackerman

#beautiful country #began #between #country #end

Of all the errands life seems to be running, of all the mysteries that enchant us, love is my favorite

— Diane Ackerman

#love #life

For me, life offers so many complexly appealing moments that two beautiful objects may be equally beautiful for different reasons and at different times. How can one choose?

— Diane Ackerman

#senses #beauty

Much more. We're joined at the heart." "Bad luck for you, I'm afraid. My ticker's pretty wonky." "Too much boozing." His eyes twinkled, and he drew me close. "Not enough kissling.

— Diane Ackerman

#romance #romantic #love

How can love's spaciousness be conveyed in the narrow confines of one syllable?

— Diane Ackerman

#poetry #words #love

Alligators have beautiful undulating skin, which feels dense, spongy, solid, like the best eraser.

— Diane Ackerman


It began in mystery and it will end in mystery, but what a rare and beautiful country lies in between.

— Diane Ackerman


Sometimes with a flutter of agitated worry that felt like a beetle was trapped inside my ribs. p. 90

— Diane Ackerman


It's like having a head full of holes, in which the perfect repository of words have shamed themselves," he lamented.

— Diane Ackerman

#stroke #love

Listen, I'd rather lie naked in a plowed field under an incontinent horse for a week than have to read that paragraph again!

— Diane Ackerman

#humor #humorous #love

About Diane Ackerman

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Diane Ackerman (born October 7 1948 in Waukegan Illinois) is an American author poet and naturalist known best for her work A Natural History of the Senses. She has taught at various universities including Columbia and Cornell.

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