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What are the best poignancy quotes?

We've gathered this hand-picked list of quotes to show you what is poignancy!

Whether a inspirational quote from your favorite celebrity Tracey Ullman, W. Somerset Maugham or an motivational message about giving it your best from a successful business person, we can all benefit from a famous poignancy quote.

It's the poignancy and sadness in things that gets to me. — Tracey Ullman

Truth is not only stranger than fiction, it is more telling. To know that a thing actually happened gives it a poignancy, touches a chord, which a piece of acknowledged fiction misses. It is to touch this chord that some authors have done everything they could to give you the impression that they are telling the plain truth. — W. Somerset Maugham

One drop has just fallen.It is a precious moment, and one that is full of poignancy. In surrendering to gravity and slipping off the leaf, the drop loses its previous identity and joins the vastness of the water below. We can imagine that it must have trembled before it fell, just on the edge between the known and the unknowable. — Osho [Chandra Mohan Jain]

Women sometimes seem to share a quiet, unalterable dogma of persecution that endows even the most sophisticated of them with the inarticulate poignancy of the peasant. — Unknown

Beauty is the result of having been through an experience all the way through to the end - therefore it has a poignancy. Beauty that is singular always comes from following an experience to the point where you can go no further. — Joan Chen

I think it comes from really liking literary forms. Poetry is very beautiful, but the space on the page can be as affecting as where the text is. Like when Miles Davis doesn't play, it has a poignancy to it. — Jim Jarmusch

I find poignancy in the moments when a person realizes that she has made mistakes. I am not as interested in the mistakes themselves as I am with the consequences and how the person responds to her realization. — Dana Spiotta

Full-color images lack the poignancy of monochrome... Black-and-white film inherently peels off interesting images from the world; it sees things we do not see, and thus insists on the existence of a phantom presence within reality, a world we cannot perceive. — Peter C Bunnell