Some people have a favorite quote from a book or a poem, something they might say to themselves every now and then, something that speaks to their experience. I know people who carry quotes around in their wallets or write the same quote on the first page of every notebook they buy, an exhortation to get moving, keep striving, etc.
These people took it one step further and got those quotes tattooed onto their bodies. Personally, I could never commit to having a tattoo of any kind -- I just can't commit. Like I'd get a tattoo that said something like "It's true there are moments--foolish moments, ecstasy on a tree stump--when I'm all but gone, scattered I like to think like seed, for I'm the sort now in the fool's position of having love left over which I'd like to lose; what good is it now to me, candy ungiven after Halloween?" then wake up ten year's later and say, "Aw, William H. Gass? He sucks!"
But what about you? If you had to have a literary quote tattooed on your body, what would it be? (Bonus points for telling us where you'd get it. Super bonus points and my unending awe if you actually have a quote on your body.)