Find the best quotes by John Corry.
War is eternity jammed into frantic minutes that will fill a lifetime with dreams and nightmares.
War is the cemetery of futures promised.
His words and music weren’t just joined; they were inseparably married.
There is no morality in war. Morality is the privilege of those judging from the distance. War is only death and destruction.
He’s still not interviewing other people; he’s still interviewing himself.
The stars are the great Gothic churches: spires, naves, delicate flying buttresses, massive conventional buttresses, stained glass and grandeur, grandeur, grandeur.
One of the glories of New York is its ethnic food, and only McDonald’s and Burger King equalize us all.
Loneliness seems to have become the great American disease.
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