Ellen Hopkins Sayings and Quotes

Below you will find our collection of inspirational, wise, and humorous old Ellen Hopkins quotes, Ellen Hopkins sayings, and Ellen Hopkins proverbs, collected over the years from a variety of sources.

Anger is a valid emotion. It's only bad when it takes control and makes you do things you don't want to do. Ellen Hopkins
A word to the unwise. Torch every book. Char every page. Burn every word to ash. Ideas are incombustible. And therein lies your real fear. Ellen Hopkins
Forever has no meaning when you're living in the moment. I wasn't ready for that moment to end. Ellen Hopkins
As the old saying goes, 'sometimes loving someone means letting them go.' Ellen Hopkins
Her smile is like summer moonlight beautiful and magical, with a fire that could melt the night. Ellen Hopkins
Innocence eroded into nightmare. All because of very bad touch. Love, corrupted. Ellen Hopkins
Puzzle pieces don't always connect do they? Ellen Hopkins
Hindsight is gained through experience. Ellen Hopkins
That's what I'll be. A silhouette, rarely seen, and yet believed in. Ellen Hopkins
Even good girls have secrets, ones even their best friends must guess. Ellen Hopkins
Have you ever once in your life reached out to touch infinity? Ellen Hopkins
When did creating a flawless facade become a more vital goal than learning to love the person who lives inside your skin? Ellen Hopkins
Never say never, dear. You might be surprised at what you can do, should circumstances dictate. Ellen Hopkins
Red and raw like my heart, pried from your's, the two beating, no longer together, but a thousand miles between them when only yesterday they thumped in unison. Ellen Hopkins
When the door to love opens, The window to control closes. Ellen Hopkins
One foot in front of the other, counting tiles on the floor so I don't have to focus the blur of painted smiles, fake faces. Ellen Hopkins
So when he asked about getting high, I didn't think, I agreed. We smoked some good California green. Took three tries to put me in the place he said I should be. Ellen Hopkins
Words have power. The power to soothe. The power to skewer someone through the heart. The power to render someone speechless. Ellen Hopkins