Quotation Explorer - 'Spills'

Revival begins by Christians getting right first and then spills over into the world. - Charles Haddon Spurgeon
The lively oral storytelling scene in Scots and Gaelic spills over into the majority English-speaking culture, imbuing it with a strong sense of narrative drive that is essential to the modern novel, screenplay and even non-fiction. - Sara Sheridan
The Power of the Pen is not in the color of ink it spills; but the power of the word it spells - Vinod Narayan
And it's true what I read about joy. It's the kind of happiness that not only fills you up but spills over. Really, all you have to do is look for it, and then have the strength to let it in. And believe it or not, that's the hardest part. - Jolene Perry
So full of artless jealousy is guilt,It spills itself in fearing to be spilt. - William Shakespeare
A false love, begins with the eye and soon spills from the eye in pain. Where a true love, begins with the eye, and settles in the heart. - Anthony Liccione
No tear, is a wasted tear, if it spills out for love, whether in good times or bad. - Anthony Liccione
I’m dazzled by your facility. In ten days you’ll have written six stories! I don’t understand it… I’m like one of those old aqueducts: there’s so much rubbish cogging up the banks of my thought that it flows slowly, and only spills from the end of my pen drop by drop. - Gustave Flaubert
And then the finale, its four modest notes. Do, re, fa, mi: half a jumbled scale. Too simple to be called invented. But the thing spills out into the world like one of those African antelopes that fall from the womb, still wet with afterbirth but already running. - Richard Powers
What is laid down, ordered, factual is never enough to embrace the whole truth: life always spills over the rim of every cup. - Boris Pasternak
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