Dreamy Quotes

Quotes tagged as "dreamy" (showing 1-30 of 31)
John Donne
“No spring nor summer beauty hath such grace as I have seen in one autumnal face."

[The Autumnal]”
John Donne, The Complete Poetry and Selected Prose

Rainbow Rowell
“When she opened her door, Levi was sitting in the hallway, his legs bent in front of him, hunched forward on his knees. He looked up when she stepped out.
“I’m such an idiot,” he said.
Cath fell between his knees and hugged him.
“I can’t believe I said that,” he said. “I can’t even go nine hours without seeing you.”
Rainbow Rowell, Fangirl

“Love has the power to create an inviting space in the lives of people. But if daily routine kills dreamy or passionate thoughts, the constraint of the room may become oppressive and the emptiness unbearable. The room loses then its original fullness and turns into a place of nothingness. ( " Another empty room" )”
Erik Pevernagie

J.K. Rowling
“Come, daddy, Harry doesn't want to talk to us right now. He's just too polite to say it. ~Luna Lovegood”
J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

Katy Perry
“You are a fan of Katy Perry you want her heart you want her soul you love her songs you like her moves she may be a kinda a slut but you still love any way you you dream you laugh you like her songs and you dance-but all you gotta do is have a Teenage Dream.”
Katy Perry

Elizabeth von Arnim
“He had the effect on her of a window being thrown open and fresh air and sunlight being let in”
Elizabeth von Arnim, Vera

Debasish Mridha
“Endless ocean, blue water, dreamy sky,
tranquil beach, love in the air, mind fly high.”
Debasish Mridha

Sanober  Khan
“I have woken up…quite sloshed
from night-mingled rains
a little drugged, by mountain fogs
I have been kidnapped
for years....by a mere kiss.”
Sanober Khan, A Thousand Flamingos

Sanober  Khan
“I live there...
Far above the song-filled clouds,
where the dewdrops touch my skin so bare
I live there.”
Sanober Khan, A touch, a tear, a tempest

L.M. Montgomery
“He smiled his shy smile at her as he went into the yard. Anne took the memory of it with her when she went to her room that night and sat for a long while at her open window, thinking of the past and dreaming of the future. Outside the Snow Queen was mistily white in the moonshine; the frogs were singing in the marsh beyond Orchard Slope. Anne always remembered the silvery, peaceful beauty and fragrant calm of that night. It was the last night before sorrow touched her life; and no life is ever quite the same again when once that cold, sanctifying touch has been laid upon it.”
L.M. Montgomery, Anne of Green Gables

Sanober  Khan
“It is kind of ridiculous that a poet is expected to live in the real world.”
Sanober Khan

Shannon L. Alder
“Remember, the village idiot was the spiritual man who built the ark and saved his family. Keep being you and never give up marching to the beat of your own drum!”
Shannon L. Alder

L.M. Montgomery
“She came out of her reverie with a deep sigh and looked at him with a dreamy gaze of a soul that had been wandering afar, star-led.”
L.M. Montgomery, Anne of Green Gables

C.J. Carlyon
“The dreamy days and sticky nights of summer were already calling, as if anything could happen.”
C.J. Carlyon, The Cherry House

Sanober  Khan
“Watch, how the sun
slowly rises
from behind my ear

new lines, new countries
spring up in my palms

my rough hair
become swaying silk

and all the leaves
in my body
become lusher than fruits.”
Sanober Khan, A Thousand Flamingos

Alexander Pushkin
“I rode to meet you: dreams
like living beings swarmed around me
and the moon on my right side
followed me, burning.

I rode back: everything changed.
My soul in love was sad
and the moon on my left side
trailed me without hope.

To such endless impressions
we poets give ourselves absolutely,
making, in silence, omen of mere event,
until the world reflects the deepest needs of the soul.”
Alexander Pushkin

E.B. White
“At this season of the year, darkness is a more insistent thing than cold. The days are short as any dream.”
E.B. White, Essays of E.B. White

Munia Khan
“Far away soul in a dreamy state
Forgotten slumber seemingly late
Pure rhythmic love now rising higher
Unclad passion our only attire”
Munia Khan

Victoria Avilan
“I'm again a twelve-year old dreamer, a girl fascinated by an ancient piano and with Rona Lubliner's fingers.”
Victoria Avilan, A Small Country about to Vanish

Gina Marinello-Sweeney
“Icy pillars of serenity, spun from airy mist, entered my quiet vision in echoes of worlds unknown.”
Gina Marinello-Sweeney, The Rose and the Sword

Chaim Potok
“Someone was playing piano nearby and the music drifted slowly in and out of my mind like the ebb and flow of ocean surf. i almost recognized the melody, but i could not be sure, it slipped like a cool and silken wind from my grasp.”
Chaim Potok, The Chosen

F. Scott Fitzgerald
“Their eyes met, locked, became wistful, and dreamy and beautiful.”
F. Scott Fitzgerald

T.J. Klune
“To be fair to Lady Tina DeSilva, it was not a battle she could have won. Because Ryan Foxheart was the dreamiest dream to have ever been dreamed.”
T.J. Klune, The Tragic Life of Lady Tina DeSilva
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H.E. Bates
“Miss Parkinson lived alone in a big bay-windowed house of Edwardian brick with a vast garden of decaying fruit trees and untidy hedges of gigantic size. She was great at making elderberry wine and bottling fruit and preserves and lemon curd and drying flowers for winter. She felt, like Halibut, that things were not as they used to be. The synthetic curse of modern times lay thick on everything. There was everywhere a sad drift from Nature.”
H.E. Bates

جلجامش نبيل, Gilgamesh Nabeel
“تلاشت الحديقة الحالمة التي كنت أعيش فيها، ولم أعد أبصر أمامي سوى صحراء قاحلة بشعة قاسية، تماثل صحراء التقاليد في المنطقة، صحراء لا وجود لأزهار الحب فيها أبداً، وكل شيء فيها يخضع لقوانين المقايضة والتجارة بين قوافل التجار وتلك القبائل المتناثرة التي لا تعرف شيئاً عن معنى الحياة.”
جلجامش نبيل, Gilgamesh Nabeel, صراع الأقنعة

“Remember, philosophically speaking, Americans are mongrels —practical materialists but with a dreamy streak of divine approval.”
Geoffrey Wood

Donna Tartt
“He looked very tired, a regard which manifested itself not in dark circles, or pallor, but a dreamy and bright-cheeked sadness.”
Donna Tartt

L.P. Hartley
“And the heat was a medium which made this change of out-look possible. As a liberating power with its own laws it was outside my experience. In the heat, the commonest objects changed their nature. Walls, trees, the very ground one trod on, instead of being cool were warm to the touch: and the sense of touch is the most transfiguring of all the senses. Many things to eat and drink, which one had enjoyed because they were hot, one now shunned for the same reason. Unless restrained by ice, the butter melted. Besides altering or intensifying all smells the heat had a smell of its own - a garden smell, I called it to myself, compounded of the scents of many flowers, and odours loosened from the earth, but with something peculiar to itself which defied analysis. Sounds were fewer and seemed to come from far away, as if Nature grudged the effort. In the heat the senses, the mind, the heart, the body, all told a different tale. One felt another person, one was another person.”
L.P. Hartley, The Go-Between

Richelle Mead
“Do you know why I don’t like him? Brayden? Because of what he said.”
“What part?”
“‘Historically inaccurate.”’ Adrian gestured at me with his other hand, the one
not on my shoulder. “Who the hell looks at you and says ‘historically
“Well,” I said. “Technically it is.”
“He shouldn’t have said that.”
I shifted, knowing I should move away… but I didn’t. “Look, it’s just his
“He shouldn’t have said that,” repeated Adrian, eerily serious. He leaned his
face toward mine. “I don’t care if he’s not the emotional type or the
complimentary type or what. No one can look at you in this dress, in all that fire
and gold, and start talking about anachronisms. If I were him, I would have said,
‘You are the most beautiful creature I have ever seen walking this earth.”
Richelle Mead, The Golden Lily

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