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Stephen King’s “Pet Sematary” Quotes (13 Quotes)


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  • The silence was a comfortable one, as if they had known each other for a long time. This was a feeling about which Louis had read in books, but which he had never experienced until now.
    (Stephen King, "Pet Sematary")

  • The soil of a manÆs heart is stonier; a man grows what he can and tends it.
    (Stephen King, "Pet Sematary")

  • We either learn to accept or we end up writing letters home with crayons.
    (Stephen King, "Pet Sematary")

  • What's been tried once had been tried once before... and before... and before...
    (Stephen King, "Pet Sematary")

  • You learned to accept, or you ended up in a small room writing letters home with Crayolas.
    (Stephen King, "Pet Sematary")


  • And the most terrifying question of all may be just how much horror the human mind can stand and still maintain a wakeful, staring, unrelenting sanity.
    (Stephen King, "Pet Sematary")

  • Cats were the gangsters of the animal world, living outside the law and often dying there. There were a great many of them who never grew old by the fire.
    (Stephen King, "Pet Sematary")

  • Dead fields under a November sky, scattered rose petals brown and turning up at the edges, empty pools scummed with algae, rot, decomposition, dust...
    (Stephen King, "Pet Sematary")

  • Death is a mystery, and burial is a secret.
    (Stephen King, "Pet Sematary")

  • DonÆt go beyond, no matter how much you feel you need to, Doctor. The barrier was not made to be broken. Remember this: there is more power here than you know. It is old and always restless. Remember.
    (Stephen King, "Pet Sematary")

  • It's like many other things in life, Ellie. You keep on the path and all's well. You get off it and the next thing you know you're lost if you're not lucky.
    (Stephen King, "Pet Sematary")

  • May be sheÆll learn something about what death really is, which is where the pain stops and the good memories begin. Not the end of life but the end of pain.
    (Stephen King, "Pet Sematary")

  • Only children tell the whole truth, you know. That's what makes them children.
    (Stephen King, "Pet Sematary")


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