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MarriedDavidts: Silent gratitude isn’t very much to anyone. -Gertrude Stein

SpAdEerMaN: Silent gratitude isn’t very much to anyone. -Gertrude Stein

MaryRungtassan9: Silent gratitude isn’t very much to anyone. Gertrude Stein

almackay: Makes me think of that Gertrude Stein quote (which I discovered via Tommy Orange) about not being able to go home because “there is no there, there”

lilyinthewind10: In the morning there is meaning, in the evening there is feeling. Gertrude Stein. Francis Picabia. Lever de soleil sur le Loing. 1905.

dean_frey: I adore this shot of Gertrude Stein & Alice B. Toklas with their poodle Basket, by Carl Mydans, 1944

_QuotesBot_: Before the flowers of friendship faded friendship faded. - Gertrude Stein.

_jhags: almost forgot: had a violent and distressing nightmare last night involving Gertrude Stein

glittergirlypop: i feel like harry styles and gertrude stein wouldve been bffs

iMoGalore: Writers Inspirational Quotes I write for myself and strangers. The strangers, dear Readers, are an afterthought. - Gertrude Stein

princessekateri: “Love is the skillful audacity required to share an inner life.” ~ Gertrude Stein

CuricFran: "Every day is a renewal, every morning the daily miracle. This joy you feel is life." -- Gertrude Stein

SeminariosAmer1: "You can be a museum or you can be modern, but you can't be both", Gertrude Stein, 1927.

AnthonyEC1: Gertrude Stein reads If I Had Told Him a Completed Portrait of Picasso

chikuwa100q_bot: 85. We are always/ the same age inside. [Gertrude Stein]

Deserve: Let me listen to me and not to them. - Gertrude Stein

phillips_duggan: 'He came after Homer and before Gertrude Stein, a difficult interval for a poet.'

mrtoughdev: The nineteenth century believed in science but the twentieth century does not. - by Gertrude Stein

lunaquarterly: One must dare to be happy. - Gertrude Stein

mpawlo: Turns out the equivalent of Gertrude Stein's apartment was full of bots running code instead of Picasso, Hemingway and F. Scott Fitzgerald.

YouSweet42: “To be regularly gay was to do every day the gay thing that they did every day. To be regularly gay was to end every day at the same time after they had been regularly gay. They were regularly gay. They were gay every day.” ― Gertrude Stein

YouSweet42: “Writing and reading is to me synonymous with existing." ― Gertrude Stein

DailyRippleMag: “Silent gratitude isn't much use to anyone.” ― Gertrude Stein

AvantArts: Paris of the 1920s unquestionably sizzled with major figures like Gertrude Stein, Jean Cocteau, Pablo Picasso, Marcel Proust, Ernest Hemingway, Coco Chanel, Cole Porter, Josephine Baker, Le Corbusier, Man Ray, Sylvia Beach, James Joyce, and the irrepressible Kiki of Montparnasse.

welfordwrites: A writer should write with his eyes and a painter paint with his ears. Gertrude Stein

BeineckeLibrary: Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas Papers

AllOnFire: Writers Inspirational Quotes I write for myself and strangers. The strangers, dear Readers, are an afterthought. - Gertrude Stein

myskypager: Keep thinking about that tweet that said if you’re not using pseudonyms in your cyberwriting, you’re not doing it correctly; keep thinking how Joshua Cohen ~said on that podcast: some of my friends are on Twitter, they write Gertrude Stein sentences now.

contentmo: Writers Inspirational Quotes I write for myself and strangers. The strangers, dear Readers, are an afterthought. - Gertrude Stein

GrayCliffBooks: "I've been rich and I've been poor. It's better to be rich." ~ Gertrude Stein

Powell_DA: "We are always the same age inside." --Gertrude Stein

hollyarchibald: when Gertrude Stein said “everybody gets so much information all day long that they lose their common sense” she was talking about twitter

tableofferings: "A rose is a rose is a rose is a rose" wrote Gertrude Stein in 1913. Whoa people! I say maybe yes . . . mm . . . maybe no. She also referred to life and things in general as "it is what it is". Again . . . I say maybe.

GinsClaire: Since my twenties, I have imagined the ideal woman to me be a combination of Anaïs Nin & Gertrude Stein

maxhavas: i’m in my gertrude stein era.

poetscopesbot: gertrude stein says sunday will be french for capricorn

welfordwrites: It takes a lot of time to be a genius. You have to sit around so much, doing nothing, really doing nothing. Gertrude Stein

welfordwrites: Everybody gets so much information all day long that they lose their common sense. Gertrude Stein

ericacalil: Gertrude Stein for Everyday is Like Sunday

GwapoMiles: Let us be grateful to people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our souls blossom."--Marcel Proust. "Silent gratitude isn't very much use to anyone." -Gertrude Stein. "If the only prayer you ever say in your entire life is thank you, it will be enough." -

HPB_Txp_Surg: "Every day is a renewal, every morning the daily miracle. This joy you feel is life." Gertrude Stein

SMDCPlus: Money is always there but the pockets change. - Gertrude Stein . . Most Common Scenario: Your money goes to someone else's pocket. . Ideal Scenario: Money goes to your pocket. . . Investing is when you move from the most common scenario to the ideal scenario.

NitaSweeney: I am I because my little dog knows me. Gertrude Stein

reading_guru: Everyone is obsessed with getting somewhere fast. Nobody know where 'somewhere' is. But as Gertrude Stein says: There is no 'there' there.

poetscopesbot: gertrude stein says tuesday will be not a vegetable for sagittarius

yoursbc: “Sacred Emily,” Gertrude Stein, from Geography and Plays minimalist/abstract expressionist paintings of Agnes Martin butoh dance of Kazuo Ohno conceptual sculptures of Fred Sandback Today paintings of On Kawara minimalist sculpture of Richard Serra

deakhaus: “In the evening there is feeling / in the morning there is meaning.” — Gertrude Stein at LAX, Tender Buttons

BeineckeLibrary: Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas Papers

Rhysbowen: And the rest of the cover with the title! Paris. Chanel Hemingway. Gertrude Stein. ….. and international intrigue. Such fun. Comes out November 15!!!

LisanowIKnow: You look ridiculous if you dance You look ridiculous if you don't dance So you might as well dance. Gertrude Stein,

GVESBot: "sugar is not a vegetable" -gertrude stein

uber_enigmatic: When you get there, there isn't any there there. ~ Gertrude Stein

hopehilton: Why is there more craving than there is in a mountain. This does not seem strange to one, it does not seem strange to an echo and more surely is in there not being a habit. Why is there so much useless suffering. Why is there. -Gertrude Stein

johnstonglenn: OTD in 1935 the Paris Tribune reported on Gertrude Stein's return from an extended visit to the US, her first in three decades. She crisscrossed the country for six months, giving lectures in dozens of cities.

carolemorinsoho: “It takes a lot of time to be a genius, you have to sit around doing nothing really doing nothing.” Here I am, taking Gertrude Stein’s advice to heart.

Surespa00: We are always the same age inside. Gertrude Stein

WNYCarchives: Today on WNYC in 1947: The Mother of Us All, a collaboration between Gertrude Stein and Virgil Thomson premiers at Columbia's Brander Mathew's Hall.

jbreckmckye: Self-haunted day, squinting back at the mirror with those Gertrude Stein eyes, posing for a crisis that's old news

00001111______: A rose is a rose is a rose is a rose. Gertrude Stein

mercurialblonde: Gertrude Stein. For comics probably Atsushi Okubo, but if we count it just as most with different books not in the same series, it's either Inio Asano, Kyoko Okazaki, Frank Miller, Grant Morrison or Alan Moore.

zarandillo: Alice B. Toklas and Gertrude Stein in a plaza, with pigeons, ca. 1908. Yale Collection of American Literature, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library.

Gisele23935327: Is it just a semantical problem, As Gertrude Stein taught us in school That though Johnson has called her a goblin, A fool is a fool is a fool ?

TabitaSurge: At 16, my best friend and I stopped buying lunch, saving the money for books instead. We'd travel to London and hide our purchases from our parents: Radclyffe Hall, Audre Lorde, Amy Lowell, Judy Grahn, Gertrude Stein. Sometimes your history is the most vital form of sustenance

PardueSuzanne: Wishing everyone a beautiful and blessed day! Every day is a renewal, every morning the daily miracle. The joy you feel is life... - Gertrude Stein

iherb22Voucher5: “Silent gratitude isn’t very much to anyone.”—Gertrude Stein

mintalviharju83: Considering how dangerous everything is, nothing is really very frightening.--Gertrude Stein

tableofferings: Dishing it up / with Sharon Insul Come sit with me for awhile . . . and see what I’m bringing to the table ® "A rose is a rose is a rose is a rose" wrote Gertrude Stein in 1913. Whoa people! I say maybe yes . . . mm . . . maybe no.

lyndallriedel7: On September 14, 1927, dancer Isadora Duncan is strangled in Nice, France, when the enormous silk scarf she is wearing gets tangled in the rear hubcaps of her open car. (“Affectations,” said Gertrude Stein when she heard the news of Duncan's death, “can be dangerous.”)

lyndallriedel7: On September 14, 1927, dancer Isadora Duncan is strangled in Nice, France, when the enormous silk scarf she is wearing gets tangled in the rear hubcaps of her open car. (“Affectations,” said Gertrude Stein when she heard the news of Duncan's death, “can be dangerous.”)

lyndallriedel7: On September 14, 1927, dancer Isadora Duncan is strangled in Nice, France, when the enormous silk scarf she is wearing gets tangled in the rear hubcaps of her open car. (“Affectations,” said Gertrude Stein when she heard the news of Duncan's death, “can be dangerous.”)

quoteapps: Before the flowers of friendship faded friendship faded. - Gertrude Stein

iMoGalore: Writers Inspirational Quotes I write for myself and strangers. The strangers, dear Readers, are an afterthought. - Gertrude Stein

DecollageArt: His Paris years begin in September 1946, with a reference letter written to Alice Toklas, the friend of the American collector Gertrude Stein, one of the main characters of the Paris avant-garde.

OperawireNews: The Contemporary Theater Company to Present ‘The Voice Of Gertrude Stein’

fifthhouseastr1: Mars is in Pisces until 5/24. Aquarius sun, Mercury & Venus, (likely) Pisces rising, and Virgo moon, Gertrude Stein had Mars in Pisces in her first house of self. With the cerebral, dry humored bent of Aquarius and Virgo and that first house Mars, she knew how to throw a zinger.

dodgemyeyes: Feel like Hart Crane & Dante & James Joyce & Milton & Gertrude Stein & Leopardi.

ZeeshanJaanam: This poem tonight. Gertrude Stein by Diane Seuss.

rabihalameddine: Here's another poem by Diane Seuss: Gertrude Stein

TysonCulver: Make America Great Again, Again? Is Trump channeling his inner Gertrude Stein?

soonrightaway: Professor on Gertrude Stein just now, wistfully: “she’s brilliant, and yet she’s also incredibly annoying”

rynbtmn: "I am because my little dog knows me" by Gertrude Stein.

tableofferings: "A rose is a rose is a rose is a rose" wrote Gertrude Stein in 1913. Whoa people! I say maybe yes . . . mm . . . maybe no. She also referred to life and things in general as "it is what it is". Again . . . I say maybe.

ComeForMe999: Something like this, I heard: Gertrude Stein on her deathbed-- "What is the answer?" (murmurings of What do you mean? To what, ma'am?) "Okay, then: What is the question!?"

phillips_duggan: -'It is for moments like this that one perseveres in a difficult poem [life], moments which would be less beautiful and meaningful if the rest did not exist, for we have fought side by side with the author in her struggle to achieve them.' --john ashberry, re gertrude stein

AdiNibh340: The quote by Gertrude stein is one that I had some trouble understanding however, I one message I did understand from it is that if everyone did not die, she would not have come to be. This is the reality with mortality and to be left alone for something else to grow is hard.

mintalviharju83: Considering how dangerous everything is, nothing is really very frightening.--Gertrude Stein Courage can't see around corners, but goes around them anyway.--Mignon McLaughlin (The Neurotic's Notebook)

poetscopesbot: gertrude stein says saturday will be awaiting a word-cure for aquarius

CoachJ_White: . “Silent gratitude isn’t very much to anyone.” —Gertrude Stein ☀️ ☕️.

benwritesthings: I love the poetry of Gertrude Stein

BeineckeLibrary: Postcard : Pavel Tchelitchew and Allen Tanner to Gertrude Stein Related: Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas papers

GenExDividend: "Whoever said money can’t buy happiness didn’t know where to shop." -either my wife or Gertrude Stein. Happy Mother's Day!

contentmo: Writers Inspirational Quotes I write for myself and strangers. The strangers, dear Readers, are an afterthought. - Gertrude Stein

pamthur: Happy here is a photo of my mother and Gertrude Stein day.

HeerJeet: 7. Hemingway on Gertrude Stein.

SusanJManchest: <XPoZBcj> Access PDF: ➤ Searching for 【Approaches to Teaching the Works of Gertrude Stein (Approaches to Teaching World Literature S.)】 EBOOK PDF ▶️ by Logan Esdale

poeticdweller: picasso, hemingway, pound, and matisse all pooling their money together to get gertrude stein a mother’s day gift

HayIn2: Paris France - Gertrude Stein (1940) - “Gertrude Stein’s Paris France is a book about Paris that tells many true things about the French but also gives a picture of Gertrude and her times that is about who Americans are and what Americans...

Boglawyer: Not sure normal ever fully applied but retired with one and a half feet in the grave, I give you the wonderful Gertrude Stein " A rose is a rose is a rose . . ." (1922). This ain't no rose.

Aplm888Alana: … it is a peaceful thing to by one succeeding. ~ Gertrude Stein

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