Caravan Quotes

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“The dogs may bark, but the caravan moves on”
Joseph Needham

Alistair MacLean
“Bowman turned his back on her and began to search the place methodically and exhaustively. When one searches any place, be it a gypsy caravan or a baronial mansion, methodically and exhaustively, one has to wreck it completely in the process.So, in a orderly and systematic fashion, Bowman set about reducing Czerda's caravan to a total ruin.”
Alistair MacLean, Caravan to Vaccares

Enid Blyton
“Oh, I wish I lived in a caravan!’ said Jimmy longingly. ‘How lovely it must be to live in a house that has wheels and can go away down the lanes and through the towns, and stand still in fields at night!”
Enid Blyton, Mr Galliano's Circus

Arthur Machen
“It was difficult to say which were the more dismal, these deserted streets that wandered away to right and left, or the great main thoroughfare with its narcotic and shadowy life. For the latter appeared vast, interminable, grey, and those who travelled by it were scarcely real, the bodies of the living, but rather the uncertain and misty shapes that come sand go across the desert in an Eastern tale, when men look up from the sand and see a caravan pass them, all in silence, without a cry or a greeting. So they passed and repassed each other on those pavements, appearing and vanishing, each intent on his own secret, and wrapped in obscurity.”
Arthur Machen, The Hill of Dreams

Dorothy Gilman
“quoting Omar Khayyam's Rubaiyat:
"Good friends beware! the only life we knows Flies from us like an arrow from the bow, the Caravan of life is moving by, Quick! to your places in the passing show.”
Dorothy Gilman, Caravan

“There's no power in the unfaith caravan even one true worship can end a war”
Waseem bhat