Quotes About Lips

Quotes tagged as "lips" (showing 1-30 of 93)
Edmond Rostand
“A kiss is a secret which takes the lips for the ear.”
Edmond Rostand, Cyrano de Bergerac

E.L. James
“Why does he have such an unnerving effect on me? His over-whelming good looks maybe? The way his eyes blaze at me? The way he strokes his index finger against his lower lip? I wish he'd stop doing that.”
E.L. James, Fifty Shades of Grey

Margaret Mitchell
“She was darkness and he was darkness and there had never been anything before this time, only darkness and his lips upon her. She tried to speak and his mouth was over hers again. Suddenly she had a wild thrill such as she had never known; joy, fear, madness, excitement, surrender to arms that were too strong, lips too bruising, fate that moved too fast.”
Margaret Mitchell, Gone with the Wind

“The smile upon my lips, 

It will surely never die 

As I'm waiting here for you 

until you're by my side.”
Freida Martinez

Rick Riordan
“I’m sorry I can’t do more. But happy birthday, Sadie.”
He leaned forward and kissed me on the lips.”
Rick Riordan, The Throne of Fire

Scott Westerfeld
“You young things are too easily persuaded by the touch of lips.”
Scott Westerfeld, Goliath

Markus Zusak
“And then there's the sickness I feel from looking at legs I can't touch, or at lips that don't smile at me. Or hips that don't reach for me. And hearts that don't beat for me.”
Markus Zusak, Fighting Ruben Wolfe

Wilfred Owen
“Red lips are not so red as the stained stones kissed by the English dead.”
Wilfred Owen, The Poems Of Wilfred Owen

Roberto Hogue
“Kiss someone like kissing is the only way you have to communicate. There is no conversation. There is no sex. There are only two sets of lips that are ravenous to be recognized and treasured.”
Roberto Hogue, Real Secrets of Sex: A Women's Guide on How to Be Good in Bed

Santosh Kalwar
“Kiss thy lips and you will see what thou create.”
Santosh Kalwar

Sanober  Khan
wounds me
with soft pillows
with tender lips
and fingers”
Sanober Khan, A touch, a tear, a tempest

Agatha Bird
“I got a question for you, gonna come over here and kiss me with those pretty lips?”
Agatha Bird, Like a Sparrow Through the Heart

Evelyn Waugh
“That day was the beginning of my friendship with Sebastian, and thus it came about, that morning in June, that I was lying beside him in the shade of the high elms watching the smoke from his lips drift up into the branches.”
Evelyn Waugh, Brideshead Revisited

Dannika Dark
“I clung to each word that fell from his lips like a spider to a web.”
Dannika Dark, Twist

Caroline Kepnes
“Your lips were made for mine, Beck. You are the reason I have a mouth, a heart.”
Caroline Kepnes, You

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

Pablo Neruda
“With kisses your mouth taught me
my lips came to know fire.”
Pablo Neruda, Then Come Back: The Lost Neruda Poems

C.J. Carlyon
“I’m jealous of the cherries that have been in your mouth,” he said, “that they get to make your lips so red.” He kissed her softly, teasing her tongue with his, a lustful wet caress, and Austen was suspended in air. “I’m jealous of every single day before today that I didn’t get to spend with you.”
C.J. Carlyon, The Cherry House

Sanhita Baruah
“It's been 12 years now, and I think he still can read my smiles. The way my lips stretch, making my eyes look smaller than they already are. The way my cheeks turn a little red, forming new wrinkles near my eyes. The way the dimple on my face makes a visit whenever I smile meeting someone I haven't seen in ages.
It's been 12 years now, and I haven't smiled at him even once.”
Sanhita Baruah

“Make no mistake about it.
We are born blind, deaf, and mute.
It is neither these eyes that give us sight,
nor these ears that give us sound.
It is not even these lips that give us voice.

It is only love.
Love makes us seek beauty and truth.
Love yearns to connect. To experience.
To understand.

So close your eyes at once.
Don’t utter a word.
Perk up your ears and listen
to that silent sound inside you
where all this is found.”
Kamand Kojouri

“Do the lovers know
that when they whisper these poems
they are commemorating our love?
Do they ever think of you and me
or only of themselves?
Do they know that I once found
a strand of your hair
and wore it around my neck
like a necklace?
That I kiss your hands
more than I kiss your lips?
Do they realise that our love
and their love
are drops in the universe’s ocean of love
and that without any of these drops,
the ocean would be
Kamand Kojouri

“I kissed him softly and left my lips pressed to his for a few beats of my heart.”
N.R. Walker, Spencer Cohen, Book Two

“and when his lips touched mine for
the very first time . . . i knew he is the
shivangi lavaniya

“The sky blue strengthens slowly, the dawn light rosy and pale the summer song of our romance begin to unveil...with every heart beat and the waves' breath...the time stood in harmony still. Your morning kiss my hands could feel...by your lips soft, so warm, so very gentle, nice and full of life...”
Oksana Rus

Munia Khan
“Sealing your lips makes your eyes talk
Truth creeps beneath your lame feet’s walk
Knees stiffen when blood vessels stalk
A pounding heart’s lies hard as rock”
Munia Khan

Brenna Ehrlich
“Shirts and jeans litter the asphalt, the empty fabric limbs askew as if they're attempting to escape. Blood smears Sarah's lips as she struggles against the chest of a dirty looking man with a beard. Terror. Terror is the only word my mind can seize on and it forgets what it means. I forget how to think - to move.”
Brenna Ehrlich, Placid Girl

Sanober  Khan
“Scatter as a prayer
escaping my lips...

as orchids
blooming in clouds.”
Sanober Khan, A Thousand Flamingos

Bijou Hunter
“Shaking my head, I grudgingly smiled. “Will the pizza be here soon?”
“Yes,” he murmured, suddenly next to me. “You smell good.”
Before I could speak, his lips were on mine for a brief touch. I froze for the seconds our lips met and remained a little frozen when he pulled away. As he leaned back, his lips curved into a gentle grin. “Those lips of yours are fucking gorgeous.”
Covering my mouth, I sighed. All of my life, I heard about my fat lips. As a kid, people would tease me about how my lips were big enough to eat my whole head. My grandma especially liked that one. When I got older, the comments were always sexual. I hated when people talked about my lips.
“You don’t like them,” he said as his fingers drifted along my calf. “Why?”
“I like them fine.”
“Do guys want to do something with those lips?”
Resting my head back on the couch, I sighed. “I’m tired and you’re making me feel dirty.”
Cooper’s hand stopped caressing my leg. When I looked at him, he stared back with an edgy expression. “You take things too personally,” he said, holding my gaze.
“When guys talk about using my mouth for stuff as if it’s all I’m good for, why wouldn’t I take that personally?”
“Not all you’re good for, but you have sexy lips. Like when I threw the bottle, you did this thing with your lips and made a perfect little ‘O’ shape. It was frigging hot and I almost forgot I wanted to beat the shit out of those guys.”
Bijou Hunter, Damaged and the Beast

“My lips don't lie like your lips do”
Shattered Girl
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Steven Magee
“The Mauna Kea night shift was an 18 hour night in wintertime at the 13,796 feet summit (before sunset to after sunrise) with insufficient time for adequate sleep before the next night shift. Night shift was between 5 and 8 nights long and we slept at 9,200 feet. We sat at a desk staring at four large computer monitors and a large cathode ray tube television. I would also use my Wi-Fi laptop computer. I would have extreme fatigue by the end of every night shift and have chapped lips which I now associate with exposure to the artificial light from the computer screens. A good day of sleep between shifts was rare and starting the next shift fatigued was normal.”
Steven Magee

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