Ride the Wind: The Story of Cynthia Ann Parker and the Last Days of the Comanche Quotes

Lucia St. Clair Robson
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"All she wanted in the world were freed hands and a long sharp knife. She would plunge it to the hilt between his tawny, smooth shoulder blades and hang on it until it sliced all the way down the length of his spine. She wanted to feel his blood spurting on her arms and watch him topple face down into the dirt. She hated him, and she knew she would always hate him." Page 26, Chapter 4.

"You should be happy to greet each day. And if you're not happy, look inside yourself for the reason." Page 95, Chapter 10.

"White people don't know how to live. Sunrise tells me they stab Mother Earth with sharp metal sticks and destroy her. They cut down all the trees, not just the ones they need for their lodges. And they let their horses eat all the grass, then grow different grass for them and...

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