Meadow Quotes

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meadows-waltz-meadow-had-become-her-sanctuary-spirit-offering-escape-from-pain-no-child-should-ever-endure-foreboding-clouds-began-muse
the-idiot-greens-meadow-with-his-eyesthe-meadow-creeps-implacable-stilla-dog-barks-hammock-swings-he-liesone-two-three-cows-bulge-on-hill-allen-tate
and-we-may-see-the-meadow-in-december
the-bird-is-gone-in-what-meadow-does-it-now-sing-philip-k-dick
the-history-meadow-goes-like-this-no-one-owns-it-no-one-ever-will-james-galvin
the-fireflies-oer-meadow-in-pulses-come-go-james-russell-lowell
many-eyes-go-through-meadow-but-few-see-flowers-in-it-ralph-waldo-emerson
in-the-meadow-we-can-built-a-snowman
be-like-sun-meadow-which-are-not-in-least-concerned-about-coming-winter-george-bernard-shaw
i-believe-in-forest-in-meadow-in-night-in-which-corn-grows-henry-david-thoreau
hope-is-walk-through-flowering-meadow-one-does-not-require-that-it-lead-anywhere-robert-breault
the-crowds-at-flushing-meadow-are-about-as-impartial-as-nuremberg-rally-ian-wooldridge
my-ideal-is-to-wake-up-in-the-morning-and-run-around-the-meadow-naked
water-astonishing-difficult-altogether-makes-meadow-stroke-gertrude-stein
they-will-spring-up-like-grass-in-meadow-like-poplar-trees-by-flowing-streams-isaiah-444
and-by-meadowtrenches-blow-faint-sweet-cuckooflowers-alfred-lord-tennyson
to-give-your-sheep-cow-large-spacious-meadow-is-way-to-control-him-shunryu-suzuki
and-behold-there-came-up-out-of-the-river-seven-well-favored-kine-and-fatfleshed-and-they-fed-in-a-meadow
and-behold-there-came-up-out-of-the-river-seven-kine-fatfleshed-and-well-favored-and-they-fed-in-a-meadow
why-does-past-look-enticing-to-us-for-same-reason-why-from-distance-meadow-with-flowers-looks-like-flower-bed-franz-grillparzer
the-sweet-small-clumsy-feet-april-came-into-ragged-meadow-my-soul-e-e-cummings
poets-may-be-delightful-creatures-in-meadow-garret-but-they-are-menaces-on-assembly-line-rollo-may
the-voice-donkey-braying-in-neighbouring-meadow-seemed-like-mocking-laughter-demons-pg-wodehouse
deep-in-meadow-under-willow-bed-grass-soft-green-pillow-suzanne-collins
were-comfortable-he-knows-i-love-him-he-can-see-it-in-my-eyes-like-i-can-in-his-not-everything-needs-to-be-as-you-imagine-passion-can-be-calm-meadow-just-as-much-as-hurricane-mar
little-things-seem-nothing-but-they-give-peace-like-those-meadow-flowers-which-individually-seem-odorless-but-all-together-perfume-the-air
i-think-that-farmer-displaces-indian-even-because-he-redeems-meadow-makes-himself-stronger-in-some-respects-more-natural-henry-david-thoreau
cross-meadow-stream-listen-as-peaceful-water-brings-peace-upon-your-soul
miracle-woman-your-mouth-is-wine-all-your-tender-flesh-an-easeful-meadow-for-my-weariness-donald-evans
whether-flower-looks-better-in-nosegay-than-in-meadow-where-it-grew-we-had-to-wet-our-feet-to-get-it-is-scholastic-air-any-advantage-henry-david-thoreau
you-shall-see-them-on-beautiful-quarto-page-where-neat-rivulet-text-shall-meander-through-meadow-margin-richard-brinsley-sheridan
then-with-enormous-rush-meadowfilled-wind-green-candle-went-out-my-best-friend-died-p-c-cast
so-without-saying-anything-to-others-it-made-its-way-to-farthest-corner-meadow-began-to-toast-imaginary-muffin-that-was-always-best-way-to-unwind-when-things-got-to-be-too-much-f
her-lawn-looks-like-meadow-and-if-she-mows-place-she-leaves-clover-standing-and-queen-annes-lace-edna-st-vincent-millay
sleeping-turning-in-turn-like-planets-rotating-in-their-midnight-meadow-touch-is-enough-to-let-us-know-were-not-alone-in-universe-even-in-sleep-adrienne-rich
thou-art-gone-from-my-gaze-like-beautiful-dream-and-i-seek-thee-in-vain-by-meadow-stream-george-linley
we-look-on-those-approaching-banks-river-all-must-cross-with-ten-times-interest-they-excited-when-dancing-in-meadow-hester-lynch-piozzi
i-have-to-tell-you-i-love-living-in-world-without-clocks-the-shackles-are-gone-im-puppy-unleashed-in-meadow-time-stargirl-jerry-spinelli
i-used-to-lie-down-on-grass-draw-blades-as-they-grew-until-every-square-foot-meadow-mossy-bank-became-possession-to-me-john-ruskin
deep-in-meadow-hidden-far-away-a-cloak-leaves-moonbeam-ray-forget-your-woes-let-your-troubles-lay-suzanne-collins
we-saw-men-haying-far-off-in-meadow-their-heads-waving-like-grass-which-they-cut-in-distance-wind-seemed-to-bend-all-alike-henry-david-thoreau
i-am-book-snow-spacious-hand-open-meadow-circle-that-waits-i-belong-to-earth-its-winter-pablo-neruda
you-can-judge-me-all-you-want-but-its-just-ridiculous-coz-were-both-part-same-universe-lets-just-ride-horses-into-meadow-let-them-roll-in-delightful-grass-jay-woodman
the-finest-glacier-meadow-gardens-lie-imbedded-in-upper-pine-forests-like-lakes-light-john-muir
far-away-in-meadow-shadows-flickered-in-mirrors-maze-as-if-parts-someones-life-yet-unborn-were-trapped-there-waiting-to-be-lived-ray-bradbury
take-your-brush-here-there-like-bee-in-alpine-meadow-in-other-words-dont-laboriously-work-on-try-to-finish-off-one-particular-part-paint-robert-genn
i-appreciate-misunderstanding-i-have-had-with-nature-over-my-perennial-border-i-think-it-is-flower-garden-she-thinks-it-is-meadow-lacking-grass-sara-bonnett-stein
next-time-sunrise-steals-your-breath-meadow-flowers-leave-you-speechless-remain-that-way-say-nothing-listen-as-heaven-whispers-do-you-like-it-i-max-lucado
listening-over-over-to-voices-through-family-instruments-allowed-us-to-recognize-appreciate-dignity-uniqueness-each-living-thing-in-meadow-forest-terry-tempest-williams
walking-alone-in-peaceful-meadow-wishing-that-i-hadnt-tried-to-tear-this-apart-thinking-how-different-life-could-have-been-wondering-why-it-took-following-juliet
nevertheless-there-are-certain-peaks-canons-clear-meadow-spaces-which-are-above-all-compassing-words-have-certain-fame-as-nobly-great-to-whom-we-give-no-familiar-names
its-place-story-beginning-here-in-meadow-late-summer-flowers-thriving-before-atlantic-storms-drive-wet-winter-upon-them-all-gregory-maguire
there-was-time-when-meadow-grove-stream-the-earth-every-common-sight-to-me-did-seem-apparelled-in-celestial-light-the-glory-freshness-dream-william-wordsworth
we-heard-no-other-sounds-we-met-no-other-people-we-saw-only-two-bright-red-birds-leap-startled-from-center-meadow-dart-into-woods-haruki-murakami
in-meadow-full-flowers-you-cannot-walk-through-breathe-those-smells-see-all-those-colors-remain-angry-we-have-to-support-beauty-poetry-life-jonas-mekas
i-saw-poet-chase-butterfly-in-meadow-he-put-his-net-on-bench-where-boy-sat-reading-book-its-misfortune-that-it-is-usually-other-way-round-karl-kraus
inside-flower-within-structure-its-petals-my-soul-is-element-nature-at-one-with-blooming-meadow-pinx-in-fields-on-coast-marnan-m-larose
get-up-i-tell-myself-you-go-make-your-dreams-reality-theres-no-use-staying-home-whine-every-time-life-beats-you-down-theres-meadow-in-deep-forest-you-just-have-to-keep-pushing-th
the-same-soil-is-good-for-men-for-trees-a-mans-health-requires-as-many-acres-meadow-to-his-prospect-as-his-farm-does-loads-muck-henry-david-thoreau
he-loves-world-much-i-agree-it-would-be-shame-to-take-that-love-away-from-meadow-tree-stream-sky-all-that-lives-in-nature-leave-them-lonely-janet-morris
Land and sea. We may think of them as opposites; as complements. But there is a difference in how we think of them; the sea, and the land. If we are walking around in a forest, a meadow or a town, we see our surroundings as being made up of individual elements. There are many different kinds of trees in varying sizes, those buildings, these streets. The meadow, the flowers, the bushes. Our gaze lingers on details, and if we are standing in a forest in the autumn, we become tongue-tied if we try to describe the richness around us. All this exists on land. But the sea. The sea is something completely different. The sea is one. We may note the shifting moods of the sea. What the sea looks like when the wind is blowing, how the sea plays with the light, how it rises and falls. But still it is always the sea we are talking about. We have given different parts of the sea different names for navigation and identification, but if we are standing before the sea, there is only one whole. The Sea. If we are taken so far out in a small boat that no land is visible in any direction, we may catch sight of the sea. It is not a pleasant experience. The sea is a god, an unseeing, unhearing deity that does not even know we exist. We mean less than a grain of sand on an elephant's back, and if the sea wants us, it will take us. That's just the way it is. The sea knows no limits, makes no concessions. It has given us everything and it can take everything away from us. To other gods we send our prayer: Protect us from the sea.

John Ajvide Lindqvist
land-sea-we-may-think-them-as-opposites-as-complements-but-there-is-difference-in-how-we-think-them-sea-land-if-we-are-walking-around-in-forest-meadow-town-we-see-our-surrounding
the-days-wine-roses-laugh-run-away-like-child-at-playthrough-meadow-land-toward-closing-doora-door-marked-nevermore-that-wasnt-there-before-johnny-mercer
the-great-events-life-often-leave-one-unmoved-they-pass-out-consciousness-when-one-thinks-them-become-unreal-even-scarlet-flowers-passion-seem-to-grow-in-same-meadow-as-poppies-o
when-hounds-spring-are-on-winters-traces-the-mother-months-in-meadow-plain-fills-shadows-windy-places-with-lisp-leaves-ripple-rain-algernon-charles-swinburne
today-we-must-realize-that-nature-is-revealed-in-simplest-meadow-wood-lot-marsh-stream-tidepool-as-well-as-in-remote-grandeur-our-parks-ansel-adams
when-your-eyes-freeze-behind-grey-window-ghost-loss-gets-in-to-you-may-flock-colours-indigo-red-green-azure-blue-come-to-awaken-in-you-meadow-john-odonohue
the-israelites-are-stubborn-like-stubborn-heifer-how-then-can-lord-pasture-them-like-lambs-in-meadow-hosea-416
how-does-the-meadow-flower-its-bloom-unfold-because-the-lovely-little-flower-is-free-down-to-its-root-and-in-that-freedom-bold
fair-is-kingcup-that-in-meadow-blows-fair-is-daisy-that-beside-her-grows-john-gay
how-dear-to-my-heart-are-scenes-my-childhood-when-fond-recollection-recalls-them-to-view-the-orchard-meadow-deeptangled-wildwood-and-every-loved-samuel-woodworth
thunder-in-meadow-where-killdeer-cry-feigned-injury-performed-for-hungry-eyed-and-hush-that-falls-from-darkening-air-haze-on-horizon-rain-it-this-is-deer-country
what-joy-is-there-in-good-book-writ-by-some-great-master-thought-who-breaks-into-beauty-as-in-summer-meadow-into-grass-dandelions-violets-with-theodore-parker
there-are-four-women-in-every-mans-heart-the-maid-in-meadow-demon-lover-stouthearted-woman-tall-quiet-woman-annie-proulx
opportunity-is-another-word-for-moving-on-and-it-is-word-choice-which-is-often-wiser-if-well-gets-poisoned-move-to-meadow-merriment-where-your-hearts-will-echo-more-tom-althouse
nature-ill-court-in-her-sequesterd-hauntsby-mountain-meadow-streamlet-grove-cellwhere-poisd-lark-his-evening-ditty-chantsand-health-peace-tobias-smollett
the-boy-girl-going-hand-in-hand-through-meadow-mother-washing-her-baby-sweet-simple-things-in-life-we-have-almost-lost-track-them-edward-steichen
On cool autumn nights, eels hurrying to the sea sometimes crawl for a mile or more across dewy meadows to reach streams that will carry them to salt water.' These are adult eels, silver eels, and this descent that slid down my mind in the fall from a long spring ascent the eels made years ago... sometimes as high as 8, 000 feet above sea level. There they lived without breeding 'for at least 8 years.' In the late summer of the year they reached maturity, they stopped eating, and their dark color vanished. They turned silver; now they are heading to the sea. Down streams to rivers, down rivers to the seas, south in the North Atlantic where they meet, they are returning to the Sargasso Sea, where, in floating sargassum weed in the deepest waters of the Atlantic, they will mate, release their eggs, and die. This, the whole story of eels at which I have just hinted, is extravagant to the extremes, and food for another kind of thought, a thought about the meaning of such wild, incomprehensible gestures. Imagine a chilly night and a meadow; balls of dew droop from the curved grass. All right: the grass at the edge of the meadow begins to tremble and sway. Here come the eels. The largest are five feet long. They stream into the meadow, sift between grasses, veer from your path. There are too many to count. All you see is a silver slither, like twisted ropes of water falling roughly... If I saw that sight, would I live? If I stumbled across it, would I ever set foot out of my door again? Or would I be seized to join that compelling rush, would I cease eating, and pale, and abandon all to start walking?

Annie Dillard
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it-was-rich-gorgeous-sunset-american-sunset-ruddy-glow-sky-was-reflected-from-some-extensive-pools-water-among-shadowy-copses-in-meadow-francis-parkman
the-most-interesting-parts-natural-world-are-edges-places-where-ocean-meets-land-meadow-meets-forest-timberline-touches-heights-galen-rowell
beside-brook-on-umbered-meadow-where-yellow-ferntufts-fleck-faded-ground-with-folded-lids-beneath-their-palmy-shadow-the-gentian-nods-in-dewy-sarah-helen-whitman
the-doorway-opened-did-frame-serene-sky-i-smelt-meadow-heard-child-voice-sing-dreamt-all-embraces-words-theyd-said-those-tender-years-rejoice-saline-grace
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