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Tennessee Williams

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Time is the longest distance between two places.

— Tennessee Williams

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If I got rid of my demons, I’d lose my angels.

— Tennessee Williams

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There comes a time when you look into the mirror and you realize that what you see is all that you will ever be. And then you accept it. Or you kill yourself. Or you stop looking in mirrors.

— Tennessee Williams

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Time doesn't take away from friendship, nor does separation.

— Tennessee Williams

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When so many are lonely as seem to be lonely, it would be inexcusably selfish to be lonely alone.

— Tennessee Williams

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Life is partly what we make it, and partly what it is made by the friends we choose.

— Tennessee Williams

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Why did I write? Because I found life unsatisfactory.

— Tennessee Williams

#writing #life

In memory, everything seems to happen to music.

— Tennessee Williams


All cruel people describe themselves as paragons of frankness.

— Tennessee Williams

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Make voyages. Attempt them. There's nothing else.

— Tennessee Williams

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Thomas Lanier "Tennessee" Williams III (March 26 1911 – February 25 1983) was an American writer who worked principally as a playwright in the American theater. He also wrote short stories novels poetry essays screenplays and a volume of memoirs. His professional career lasted from the mid-1930s until his death in 1983 and saw the creation of many plays that are regarded as classics of the American stage.

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