Who the heck is Mary Pettibone Poole?

Mary Pettibone Poole is the author of 'A Glass Eye at a Keyhole', an aphorism and apothegms-based book. It is a book of epigrams, many of which were devised by Mary during her experimentation with hallucinogenic substances.

Books by Mary Pettibone Poole

Quotes by Mary Pettibone Poole

“A bore is a person not interested in you.”

Mary Pettibone Poole A Glass Eye at a Keyhole

“Charm is the ability to make others feel attractive.”

Mary Pettibone Poole A Glass Eye at a Keyhole

“Experience is what you get looking for something else.”

Mary Pettibone Poole A Glass Eye at a Keyhole

“He who laughs, lasts.”

Mary Pettibone Poole A Glass Eye at a Keyhole

“It's all right to drink like a fish - if you drink what a fish drinks.”

Mary Pettibone Poole A Glass Eye at a Keyhole

“Many people who imagine they are live wires are only shocking.”

Mary Pettibone Poole A Glass Eye at a Keyhole

“People who are always making allowances for themselves soon go bankrupt.”

Mary Pettibone Poole A Glass Eye at a Keyhole

“Some people confuse having a lot of money with being worth a lot of money.”

Mary Pettibone Poole A Glass Eye at a Keyhole

“Success is getting what you go after; happiness is liking it after you get it.”

Mary Pettibone Poole A Glass Eye at a Keyhole

“The next best thing to being clever is being able to quote some one who is.”

Mary Pettibone Poole A Glass Eye at a Keyhole

“To repeat what others have said, requires education; to challenge it, requires brains.”

Mary Pettibone Poole A Glass Eye at a Keyhole