Brian A. McBride Quotes

Brian A. McBride Quotes

To write is to release the soul. So write. What right have we to leave a thing of such beauty bottled within ourselves?

From now until eternity meets its end, you will walk by faith and not by sight.

The sun does not abandon the moon to darkness.

Light or Death!

The rhythm of fraught footsteps and fervent heartbeat orchestrated a symphony of anticipation and dread.

Such a distant, forgotten thing, this Light.

This was a Darkness born of fire.

With every fall of the sun and rise of the moon, I can hear it. The Prophecy. It echoes through the halls of time. It is written on the surface of every star. Even the sun and moon cannot withhold the news of the second coming. I hear it. And I fear it.

War is an infidel; it holds no loyalties, neither to king nor countryman. She is a whore, selling herself to the highest bidder. Victory is bought in blood and steel.

The threat of war hung on the air like a thick fog and it blinded him until he could see nothing beyond the haze. Even the stars grew faint.

Am I your weakness?"
"Of course you are.

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