Kay Kenyon’s Top 10 Popular and Famous Quotes

Ten of My Favourite Kay Kenyon Quotes 

Quotes, who doesn’t love a good quote? This series of articles we look at Top 10 Famous Quotes by Author Kay Kenyon, author quotes are always a challenge and fun to pick, with Kay Kenyon you will find my Ten favourites of Kay Kenyon’s quotes. 

Popular Quotes

“The worst kind of poison for despots: truth.”
― Kay Kenyon, City Without End

 “The student asks: If my redstone necklace had every view of every veil that ever brightened, would I be wise? The master answers: If I had a thousand pieces of a priceless vase, would I be rich?”
― Kay Kenyon, City Without End

“It was always easy to think that happiness and wisdom lay in the shadows, in places that have never yet been seen.”
― Kay Kenyon, A Thousand Perfect Things

 “We must love all of creation, not only what is common. A god may have the head of an elephant, after all.”
― Kay Kenyon, A Thousand Perfect Things

 “He had always thought that death was black nothingness, but he had not counted on being awake for it.”
― Kay Kenyon, A Thousand Perfect Things

 “Tori gazed out on the calm Ancific Ocean across which, incredibly, she would be taking a coach.”
― Kay Kenyon, A Thousand Perfect Things

“The awful, ironic, glorious fix for the writing doldrums is to write the next page.”
― Kay Kenyon

 “3,117 people had lost their lives in the flood. And the king had missed breakfast”
― Kay Kenyon, A Thousand Perfect Things

“Every man wishes to be king.” Her hair snapped about her, buzzing.”
― Kay Kenyon, A Thousand Perfect Things

“She shrugged. “Ownership is a fragile concept.”
― Kay Kenyon, City Without End

10 Famous Quotes by Author Kay Kenyon

So there you have it my Ten favourite quotes by Kay Kenyon, please comment below and share your favourite quotes by the fantastic author Kay Kenyon.  Furthermore, if you find any Authors not covered for there, top 10 quotes let me know and I will review their works and find some of their best quotes as has been done here for Kay Kenyon. 

One Final Bonus – Kay Kenyon Quote 

“He didn’t know which he preferred: the Red, with its fatalistic and pious acceptance of all futures, or the Misery, acknowledging that the more you attracted notice, the worse God dealt with you.”

― Kay Kenyon, City Without End

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