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Mason Cooley
1927 - 2002
Nationality: American
Category: Writer
Subcategory: American Writer

People who abhor solitude may abhor company almost as much.


If success is a habit, it is a hard one to acquire.


Friends are sometimes boring, but enemies never.


Folly always knows the answer.


Most reputations are not ruined but forgotten.


Magic trick: to make people disappear, ask them to fulfill their promises.


In the game of love, the losers are more celebrated than the winners.


If beggars do not hate the rest of us, they are even more abject than I had imagined.


The ravaged face in the mirror hides the enchanting youth that is the real me.


Even the most fickle are faithful to a few bad habits.


Talk about yourself as much as you like, but do not expect others to listen.


Philosophy likes to keen common sense on the run.


Love begins with an image; lust with a sensation.


Worried about being a dull fellow? You might develop your talent for being irritating.


Who would not give up wit for power and beauty?


Children use all their wiles to get their way with adults. Adults do the same with children.

    Topics: Children

The body has a mind of its own.


Lying just for the fun of it is either art or pathology.


The horse stares at its captor, barely remembering the free kicks of youth.


In the street, the gaze of desire is furtive or menacing.


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