Willows Quotes

Authors: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Categories: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
when-you-paint-spring-do-not-paint-willows-plums-peaches-apricots-but-just-paint-spring-to-paint-willows-plums-peaches-apricots-is-to-paint-willows-plums-peaches-apricots-it-is-n
im-alone-with-ghost-swamp-somewhere-near-weeping-willows-steven-herrick
the-willows-howls-as-the-lazy-sleep
and-they-shall-spring-up-as-among-the-grass-as-willows-by-the-water-courses
therefore-the-abundance-they-have-gotten-and-that-which-they-have-laid-up-shall-they-carry-away-to-the-brook-of-the-willows
we-hanged-our-harps-upon-the-willows-in-the-midst-thereof
i-love-long-grass-coming-up-to-meet-willows-jilly-cooper
the-shady-trees-cover-him-with-their-shadow-the-willows-of-the-brook-compass-him-about
weeping-willows-remind-me-summer-and-sadness-i-wonder-if-tissues-are-made-out-their-trunks-jarod-kintz
the-book-that-meant-most-to-me-was-the-wind-in-willows-it-sounds-ridiculous-but-that-was-my-vision-england
someone-once-pointed-out-that-there-are-quite-lot-animals-in-my-books-im-sure-that-is-something-to-do-with-the-wind-in-willows-i-must-have-picked-up-rather-anthropomorphic-view-t
weeping-willows-always-remind-me-summer-and-sadness-please-stop-crying-sweet-tree-jarod-kintz
i-rose-from-marsh-mudalgae-equisetum-willowssweet-green-noisybirds-frogs-lorine-niedecker
let-stoic-open-resources-man-tell-men-they-are-not-leaning-willows-but-can-must-detach-themselves-that-with-exercise-selftrust-new-powers-shall-ralph-waldo-emerson
a-new-home-by-gap-in-meng-wall-of-old-trees-few-gnarled-willows-are-left-those-who-come-in-future-who-will-they-be-grieving-in-vain-for-what-wang-wei
i-rose-from-marsh-mud-algae-equisetum-willows-sweet-green-noisy-birds-frogs-lorine-niedecker
the-sound-water-escaping-from-mill-dams-etc-willows-old-rotten-planks-slimy-posts-brickwork-i-love-such-things
the-sound-water-escaping-from-milldams-etc-willows-old-rotten-planks-slimy-posts-brickworkthose-scenes-made-me-painter-i-am-grateful-john-constable
i-loved-the-wind-in-willows-walt-disney-should-be-sued-for-cheapening-it-as-he-did-imagine-it-mickey-mousing-all-those-nice-characters-im-surprised-tasha-tudor
autumn-teaches-us-that-fruition-is-also-death-that-ripeness-is-form-decay-the-willows-having-stood-for-long-near-water-begin-to-rust-leaves-are-gretel-ehrlich
here-grew-willows-alders-their-trunks-twisted-like-giants-sinews-around-them-bark-lichen-bloomed-bluewhite-in-darkness-it-felt-like-good-place-where-there-was-old-magic-duncan-ha
beside-singin-mountain-stream-where-willow-grew-where-silver-leaf-maple-sparkled-in-mornin-dew-i-braided-twigs-willows-made-string-buckeye-johnny-cash-willie-nelson
i-sometimes-think-pussywillows-grey-are-angel-kittens-who-have-lost-their-way-and-every-bulrush-on-river-bank-a-cattail-from-some-lovely-cat-astray-oliver-herford
is-the-wind-in-willows-childrens-book-is-alice-in-wonderland-is-treasure-island-these-are-masterpieces-which-we-read-with-pleasure-as-children-but-with-how-much-more-pleasure-whe
i-turn-walk-back-to-home-shore-whose-tall-yellow-bluffs-still-bare-snow-i-can-see-nearly-half-mile-to-north-i-find-my-way-as-i-came-over-dusty-sandbars-by-old-channels-through-sh
i-bought-you-something-willows-blurts-out-you-bought-what-willow-closes-her-eyes-for-second-shes-little-surprised-shes-going-to-give-it-to-him-after-all-but-theres-no-going-back-
summer-days-flat-water-meadows-blue-hills-in-distance-willows-up-backwater-pools-underneath-like-kind-deep-green-glass-summer-evenings-fish-breaking-water-nightjars-hawking-round
inexpensive-progress-encase-your-legs-in-nylons-bestride-your-hills-with-pylons-o-age-without-soul-away-with-gentle-willows-and-all-elmy-billows-that-through-your-valleys-roll-le
Once to swim I sought the sea-side, There to sport among the billows; With the stone of many colors Sank poor Aino to the bottom Of the deep and boundless blue-sea, Like a pretty son-bird, perished. Never come a-fishing, father, To the borders of these waters, Never during all thy life-time, As thou lovest daughter Aino. Mother dear, I sought the sea-side, There to sport among the billows; With the stone of many colors, Sank poor Aino to the bottom Of the deep and boundless blue-sea, Like a pretty song-bird perished. Never mix thy bread, dear mother, With the blue-sea's foam and waters, Never during all thy life-time, As thou lovest daughter Aino. Brother dear, I sought the sea-side, There to sport among the billows; With the stone of many colors Sank poor Aino to the bottom Of the deep and boundless blue-sea, Like a pretty song-bird perished. Never bring thy prancing war-horse, Never bring thy royal racer, Never bring thy steeds to water, To the borders of the blue-sea, Never during all thy life-time, As thou lovest sister Aino. Sister dear, I sought the sea-side, There to sport among the billows; With the stone of many colors Sank poor Aino to the bottom Of the deep and boundless blue-sea, Like a pretty song-bird perished. Never come to lave thine eyelids In this rolling wave and sea-foam, Never during all thy life-time, As thou lovest sister Aino. All the waters in the blue-sea Shall be blood of Aino's body; All the fish that swim these waters Shall be Aino's flesh forever; All the willows on the sea-side Shall be Aino's ribs hereafter; All the sea-grass on the margin Will have grown from Aino's tresses.

Elias Le¶nnrot
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