"Just walk across the room, its only a few steps. It could change our life. Talk to me, im waiting on the otherside. Standing against this wall. Ignore your friends. I love you. Just take the steps, walk across the room.
Well – I wouldn’t call it a quote. A quote is when you repeat *exactly* the words of another person. What I might call it would be a poem, a lyric or perhaps the start of a monologue.
“Just walk across the room; it’s only a few steps. It could change our lives. Talk to me, I’m waiting on the other side. Standing against this wall. Ignore your friends. I love you. Just take the steps, walk across the room.”
Is it stupid? Absolutely not. In fact, I would say it is both telling an endearing.
Keep up the good work and never stop writing as it is one of the few things that is completely yours to control.
it does makes sense, but why do you want this as a quote??
perhaps you should consider this more as poem?
more like a poem than a quote
doesn't sound like a 'quote',...more like song lyrics
To me it mean's the person talking saying "come to me" want's the viewer to go out with him or something like that.
If you work on it some, that'll make a nice poem. I wouldn't change the words, just organize it into lines, rather than as a paragraph.
Honestly, it doesn't make sense. Much better to rephrase.
This article contents is post by this website user, EduQnA.com doesn't promise its accuracy.
More Questions & Answers...