Quotes About Full Moon

Quotes tagged as "full-moon" (showing 1-23 of 24)
Shannon A. Thompson
“She used to tell me that a full moon was when mysterious things happen and wishes come true.”
Shannon A. Thompson, November Snow

Hal Borland
“Summer ends, and Autumn comes, and he who would have it otherwise would have high tide always and a full moon every night.”
Hal Borland

Roman Payne
“What a face this girl possessed!—could I not gaze at it every day I would need to recreate it through painting, sculpture, or fatherhood until a second such face is born. Her face, at once innocent and feral, soft and wild! Her mouth voluptuous. Eyes deep as oceans, her eyes as wide as planets. I likened her to the slender Psyché and judged that the perfection of her face ennobled everything unclean around her: the dusty hems of her bunched-up skirt, the worn straps of her nightshirt; the blackened soles of her tiny bare feet, the coal-stained balcony bricks upon which she sat, and that dusty wrought-ironwork that framed her perch. All this and the pungent air!—almost foul, with so many odors. Ô, that and the spicy night! …Pungency, spice, filth and night, dust and light; all things dark did blossom in sight; flower and bloom, the night has its pearl too—the moon! And once a month it will make the face of this tender girl bloom.”
Roman Payne

Roman Payne
“Sexual frenzy is our compensation for the tedious moments we must suffer in the passage of life. 'Nothing in excess,' professed the ancient Greeks. Why if I spend half the month in healthy scholarship and pleasant sleep, shouldn't I be allowed the other half to howl at the moon and pillage the groins of Europe's great beauties?”
Roman Payne

Roman Payne
“I fancied my luck to be witnessing yet another full moon. True, I’d seen hundreds of full moons in my life, but they were not limitless. When one starts thinking of the full moon as a common sight that will come again to one’s eyes ad-infinitum, the value of life is diminished and life goes by uncherished. ‘This may be my last moon,’ I sighed, feeling a sudden sweep of sorrow; and went back to reading more of The Odyssey.”
Roman Payne

Sanober  Khan
“There is a moon,
that rests in the quiet corners
of a lover’s lips.”
Sanober Khan, A Thousand Flamingos

Roman Payne
“Somewhere I’d heard, or invented perhaps, that the only pleasures found during a waning moon are misfortunes in disguise. Superstition aside, I avoid pleasure during the waning or absent moon out of respect for the bounty this world offers me. I profit from great harvests in life and believe in the importance of seasons.”
Roman Payne, Rooftop Soliloquy

Irina Serban
“The moon was reigning over their world, glowing its full splendor to all those willing to look up.”
Irina Serban, Full Circle

Sanober  Khan
“Drink in the moon as though you might die of thirst.”
Sanober Khan

Sarah Diemer
“She was prisoner to an old, forgotten god, kept from her home, probably never to see it again, and yet... the way she sat, poised, calm, clear like a full moon night, she seemed much happier than me, the witch who contained them all, the jailer with the magic key.”
Sarah Diemer, The Witch Sea

Michael J. Sullivan
“I swear, the reason for full moons is so the gods can more clearly see the mischief they create.”
Michael J. Sullivan, Age of Myth

Effrosyni Moschoudi
“There were nights for instance, especially in August, where the view of the full moon from the top of the Acropolis hill or from a high terrace could steal your breath away. The moon would slide over the clouds like a seducing princess dressed in her finest silvery silk. And the sky would be full of stars that trembled feebly, like servants that bowed before her. During those nights under the light of the August full moon, the city of Athens would become an enchanted kingdom that slept lazily under the sweet light of its ethereal mistress.”
Effrosyni Moschoudi, The Necklace of Goddess Athena

H. Raven Rose
“The full moon cast an eerie glow through thick ancient dark woods. In the shadows around a tree, the serial killer ran his knife lovingly over Chelsea’s trussed dead body. She lay, as if posed for a photo, wearing only bloody pink underpants.”
H. Raven Rose, Dark Eros

Steven Herrick
“It was a good apple too. A good apple, picked by a madman on a full moon night.”
Steven Herrick, A Place Like This

Mehmet Murat ildan
“Full moon is a good fisherman; every eyes are easily caught in his net!”
Mehmet Murat ildan

Jean Rhys
“Do you think that too," she said, "that I have slept too long in the moonlight?”
Jean Rhys

“This is not only a full moon for me. This is an image of your face for me.”
-Gaurav GRV Sharma

Peter S. Beagle
“Sure, she loves him. But they've got two different ideas of love. He wants to dance with her on a terrace with a full moon and a thirty-six-piece orchestra; he wants to go singing through storms with her, like Gene Kelly. She knows about thirty-six-piece orchestras. You have to feed them, and then there's nothing left for the children.”
Peter S. Beagle, A Fine and Private Place

Daniel Wallock
“The moon rested right above the mountains, a place I call home.”
Daniel Wallock, Right-Hearted: Finding What's Right With a Wrong-Sided Heart

Mehmet Murat ildan
“Sometimes the sky looks so beautiful and at the same time earth also looks so beautiful and finally we look so beautiful as well! By just looking at the nature you become the nature itself! Look at the beautiful full moon, you become a beautiful full moon!”
Mehmet Murat ildan

Shirley A. Martin
“She could see now that some of the grime that covered him was blood. He looked to be six or seven years old. His ribs were showing and his belly sunk in towards his spine, leaving a hollow above his hips.”
Shirley A. Martin, Bengalo Moon: Jook and Gypsies Vol. 2

Steve  Baldwin
“When the full moon was out the other night, it created one of the most spectacular scenes that I have seen in the Alps. The high glaciers of the Mont Blanc range were glowing an eerie bright blue-white, and they looked like huge ghost ships in the dark ocean of sky, sailing amongst black mountain valleys.

There were no clouds, and the moon was a huge and perfect disc tracking across the sky, shining on different parts of the glaciers through the night.

Looking up, I saw the black silhouette of the mid-altitude mountains below the ethereal shining high-mountain terrain, which created a weird vision: the ghostly glaciers floating, and appearing separate, contrasting sharply with the dark valleys beneath.

The Aiguille Verte especially, being so steep and isolated, seemed almost like a holographic mast with sails, plowing into the rolling waves, chasing after the Mont Blanc summit with its billowing spinnaker...”
Steve Baldwin

Shirley A. Martin
“What are you?' She asked. He shot her a brief glance and looked away. He stared at the scenery of the pastures and distant rows of trees. She knew he was not going to answer the question.

In the brightening daylight, she could see that most of the blood on him was restricted to his mouth and hands. It dawned on her that it wasn't his blood, but the blood of something he had caught and eaten.”
Shirley A. Martin, Bengalo Moon: Jook and Gypsies Vol. 2

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