Lump In The Throat Quotes by Robert Fulghum, Robert Frost, Bil Keane, Walt Kelly, Pablo Picasso, Ernie Harwell and many others.
If you break your neck, if you have nothing to eat, if your house is on fire, then you got a problem. Everything else is inconvenience.
A poem begins with a lump in the throat
I don’t have to come up with a ha-ha belly laugh every day, but drawings with warmth and love or ones that put a lump in the throat. That’s more important to me than a laugh.
Poetry is when an emotion has found its thought and the thought has found words.
Many of my cartoons are not a belly laugh. I go for nostalgia, the lump in the throat, the tear in the eye, the tug in the heart.
A poem begins with a lump in the throat; a homesickness or a love sickness. It is a reaching-out toward expression; an effort to find fulfillment. A complete poem is one where an emotion has found its thought and the thought has found words.
One of life’s best coping mechanisms is to know the difference between an inconvenience and a problem.
A poem begins as a lump in the throat, a sense of wrong, a homesickness, a lovesickness.
A lump in the throat is worth two on the head.
Everything is a miracle. It is a miracle that one does not dissolve in one’s bath like a lump of sugar.
Baseball is a rookie, his experience no bigger than the lump in his throat as he begins fulfillment of his dream.