Crown Quotes

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Lisi Harrison
“Truth is beauty”
Lisi Harrison

Robert Greene
“Do not wait for a coronation; the greatest emperors crown themselves.”
Robert Greene, The 48 Laws of Power

J.R.R. Tolkien
“Then Frodo came forward and took the crown from Faramir and bore it to Gandalf; and Aragorn knelt, and Gandalf set the White Crown upon his head and said:
Now come the days of the King, and may they be blessed while the thrones of the Valar endure!”
J.R.R. Tolkien, The Return of the King

T.F. Hodge
“A King and Queen cannot support a crown with eyes looking down. Their universe expands as far as you can see.”
T.F. Hodge, From Within I Rise: Spiritual Triumph Over Death and Conscious Encounters with "The Divine Presence"

Santiago Ramón y Cajal
“Heroes and scholars represent the opposite extremes... The scholar struggles for the benefit of all humanity, sometimes to reduce physical effort, sometimes to reduce pain, and sometimes to postpone death, or at least render it more bearable. In contrast, the patriot sacrifices a rather substantial part of humanity for the sake of his own prestige. His statue is always erected on a pedestal of ruins and corpses... In contrast, all humanity crowns a scholar, love forms the pedestal of his statues, and his triumphs defy the desecration of time and the judgment of history.”
Santiago Ramón y Cajal, Advice for a Young Investigator

Robert Fanney
“Rise, Luthiel, in the name of love you came and in the name of love I crown you!”
Robert Fanney

“Heavy is the head that wears the crown”
Wiiliam Shakespeare

C. JoyBell C.
“Today, young girls measure the quality of their beauty based upon its entertainment value. The more people are entertained by their beauty, the more beautiful they think they must be. This is very unfortunate and I would like young girls to know that their beauty is a crown; not a clown. And crowns are best worn with elegance and serenity.”
C. JoyBell C.

“A pineapple is a compilation of berries that grow and fuse together. When joined, they create a single fruit. And within each eyelet, contains a location where a flower may grow. I see the Creator of all existence as the crown on a pineapple, and all religions of the world as the spiky eyelets, where each eyelet symbolizes a different religion or race under the same crown. Each garden of faith may have different perspectives of God, yet every garden belongs to the same God.”
Suzy Kassem, Rise Up and Salute the Sun: The Writings of Suzy Kassem

Mervyn Peake
“Take him away. Prepare a feast. Forget nothing. My crown: the golden cutlery. The poison bottles; and the fumes; the wreaths of ivy and the bloody joints; the chains; the bowl of nettles; the spices; the baskets of fresh grass; the skulls and spines; the ribs and shoulder-blades. Forget nothing or, by the blindness of my sockets, I will have your hearts out. Take him away...”
Mervyn Peake, Boy in Darkness and Other Stories

Kay Ryan
“In the hills giant oaks
Fall upon their knees
You can touch parts
You have no right to”
Kay Ryan

Israelmore Ayivor
“As long as you want the belt, don’t run away from the fight. Do what it takes to win the battles you face.”
Israelmore Ayivor, Mine Your Gold: How to Dig Up and Optimize Your Hidden Greatness

S.P. Jordans
“On the night when the moons are under the veil of a storm, a daughter to the crown shall be born.”
S.P. Jordans, The Frozen Abyss

“Always act like you're wearing an invisible crown.”
Unknown

Laura Chouette
“A crown is heavy
without mercy -
and yet the darkness
painted the gold with jewels.”
Laura Chouette

Laura Chouette
“And our own darkness became our kingdom; while the light burnt up each one of our hearts as an act of mercy and revolt - for nothing is build on ashes and too much is written about the fallen ones.”
Laura Chouette

Silvia Liam
“Fear not the dead, fear the living...”
Silvia Liam, Do Not Awaken The Undead King

Holly Black
“There's always something left to lose”
Holly Black, The Cruel Prince

Mikhail Naimy
“أثقل غطاء للرأس التاج”
Mikhail Naimy, كرم على درب
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Emma Theriault
“It was a simple gold diadem inlaid with small rubies that had once belonged to Lio's mother. Belle's husband had offered to have one made for her, but she insisted on wearing Delphine's, knowing it meant a great deal more to him that she would be wearing the same crown his mother once did. Maurice had arrived home from his travels just in time to present her with a piece of gold used as a conductor in one of his old inventions, now braided along the base of the crown. Her father had sacrificed so much to make sure Belle had more opportunities than he did, and the crown meant more to her now that it had a piece of her father in it.”
Emma Theriault, Rebel Rose

Allison Pataki
“A crown is both a great gift and an onerous burden.”
Allison Pataki, The Queen's Fortune

Holly Black
“My advice," says Val Moren, "is tgat you learn to juggle better than I did, seneschal.”
Holly Black, The Wicked King

Liz Braswell
“She opened the satchel.
And honestly, fate couldn't have provided a better prize at the end of a scavenger hunt.
She pulled out a beautiful, sparkling crown.
Her large green eyes grew even larger. Despite the hour and lack of sunlight, its jewels still managed to shimmer and twinkle in a magical, expensive way. Rapunzel might not have had much experience with royal gems or any kind of precious stone, but it was very clear that these were those. The thing was straight out of a fairy tale, what a princess would be wearing when she was turned back from a swan. The giant diamonds were even shaped like swans' eggs. Under each was a round pink ruby, and threading between them was a strand of perfectly round pearls.
She turned it over in her hands, tracing the tiny, intricately wound gold wire that held it all together.
And there, in a small flat patch of smooth metal, was the artist's mark-- and a multi-rayed sun symbol.
The same one on her bracelet clasp.
The same one that she constantly painted and dreamed of. The one that meant life and happiness and energy in the personal vocabulary of Rapunzel's soul.”
Liz Braswell, What Once Was Mine

Liz Braswell
“Rapunzel carefully unpinned the largest coils of hair piled on top of her head. Then she put on the crown and turned to look in the mirror.
She didn't want to think it... she wasn't that kind of person... but...
The crown fit her perfectly. The colors of the stones were accentuated by her own coloring, and the other way around.
She looked like a princess.”
Liz Braswell, What Once Was Mine

Liz Braswell
“You haven't even asked what I'll pay you," Rapunzel said innocently.
"You don't have enough," Flynn promised. Then he turned to Gina and said in a theatrical whisper, "This is where she offers her necklace, or a bracelet, or some other rich girl trinket I couldn't pawn even if I wanted...."
"How about a crown?" Rapunzel suggested.
Flynn grew very, very still.
"Uh-oh," Gina said with a wicked grin.
"What, um-- what crown?" Flynn asked casually.
"The one that you stole. The one that the Stabbingtons want back. The one that you hid, rather obviously, in a tree hollow," Rapunzel said smugly, crossing her arms. "Diamonds, pearls, about my size... You know, that crown?"
"That's my crown! Give it back! I stole it fair and square!" Flynn, cried, leaping up.
"You mean you stole it from the castle, or you stole it from the Stabbingtons?" Gina asked interestedly.
"Doesn't matter," Flynn said, crossing his arms and setting his jaw childishly. "It's mine now."
"Well, no, it's mine," Rapunzel said. "At least until you take me to see the lanterns, and home again. Then it's yours."
"You must have seen me hide it! In the tree!"
"Déduction très brillante," Rapunzel said archly.”
Liz Braswell, What Once Was Mine

Sarah K.L. Wilson
“Perhaps in another time, I would have considered what it meant to meet inside a broken crown. Today, I was too intent on who waited for us there.”
Sarah K.L. Wilson, Dance With The Sword

Laura Chouette
“There is no crown without guilt -
and there is no mercy without a kingdom.”
Laura Chouette

Laura Chouette
“They fall silently
the steps of her arrival -
crossing snow so pale 
even the morning sky would fall 
into nights amber
(if it knew of her ways & worth); 
for she has entered the palace of gold 
- her hair braided with hope
tainted with autumn leaves
that seem like a hanged man's rope -
for her name is war and 
her crown is crafted out of grief.”
Laura Chouette

Michael Bassey Johnson
“Lucid dreams are the dreamer’s treasure.”
Michael Bassey Johnson, The Oneironaut’s Diary

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