Druids Quotes

Quotes tagged as "druids" (showing 1-30 of 47)
Claudy Conn
“I have a simple philosophy: Fill what's empty. Empty what's full. Scratch where it itches." by Alice Roosevelt Longworth”
Claudy Conn, Spellbound

Kevin Hearne
“Look, I don't know what you are, but you're more than a geologist, if you are one at all. I've met lots of geologists on different projects like this, and they're all tiny sunburned men with fetishes for geodes. They wear floppy hats and carry baggies for soil samples around with them. ... And geologists don't make rocks disappear like you did the other night. They keep them and build little shrines to them.”
Kevin Hearne, Tricked

“You can't mean to dance with the lass; she's great with child!"
Killian smiled broadly at this. "Aye, well, I do indeed intend to dance with her and, aye, I'm aware she carries a child!" He leaned closer to the woman and whispered as he spoke the next bit, "I'm the man who planted the seed!"
"Och!" The woman's ruddy colored cheeks darkened further and she huffed aloud, her continued disapproval evident, so Killian baited her and pushed the issue further still.
"And were all your six daughters a product of immaculate conception, then, Maire, or were they created in the usual way?”
Leigh Ann Edwards, A Chieftain's Wife

Donna Grant
“Reapers are the hands of Death. Death might be the judge, but the Reapers are the executioners. They police all Fae."
"So kill the bastards."
Taraeth glanced at his glass. "MNo one knows who the Reapers are. No one as even seen Death. We can't fight what we don't see or know."
"So... you're afraid of some whispers?"
"What do you think has been hunting the Fae besides the Kings? The Reapers."
Mikkel made a sound at the back of his throat. "Has anyone ever seen one of these Reapers?"
"You see one, you die."
"Of course you do," Mikkel scoffed.”
Donna Grant, Smoke and Fire

Donna Grant
“It’s raining,” she said with a glower out the window.
He rose and walked around the island to stand next to her. “Shall we spend the day before a roaring fire making love?”
Donna Grant, Heat

Barbara T. Cerny
“God himself had sent me away. I was truly now among the damned.”
Barbara T. Cerny, The Tiefling: Angel Kissed, Devil Touched - Amazon Best Seller!

Donna Grant
“It’s been a while since I’ve wanted to smile.”
“So all you needed was sex?” he teased.”
Donna Grant, Heat

Barbara T. Cerny
“I was once a man, not a great man, not a saintly man, but a good man, and a man nonetheless.”
Barbara T. Cerny, The Tiefling: Angel Kissed, Devil Touched - Amazon Best Seller!

Lewis Spence
“In the secret island the Druid shall dwell once more, and the Bard, the slave of the harp, utter the speech of the Gods.”
Lewis Spence

Rachel A. Marks
“I’m not really sure why Ziggy puts up with me.

I’m broken. Mostly because of the broken woman who spawned me. I swear, adults should have to get a license to make a kid. Prove they’ve got their shit together before they bring a child into the world. My mom tried, I think. She thought she could piece herself into something resembling a mother by dropping the drugs and dropping the need to feed her overblown selfish streak. But she failed.”
Rachel A. Marks, Fire and Bone

Barbara T. Cerny
“Iona stared at me for a long time. “You are going to leave me a widow before I have a chance to become a bride.”
Barbara T. Cerny, The Tiefling: Angel Kissed, Devil Touched - Amazon Best Seller!

“No more shall the birds or the beasts seek to harm me,
From the power that has held them, they will henceforth be set free
And should another such attempt dare come to be
The doer of the spell shall be so cursed ten-fold, plus three!”
Leigh Ann Edwards, A Chieftain's Wife

Barbara T. Cerny
“I did not choose to be a monster—a shell of a man—half-human, half-fiend. I am a tiefling. I am what I am.”
Barbara T. Cerny, The Tiefling: Angel Kissed, Devil Touched - Amazon Best Seller!

René Guénon
“Ce nom a d’ailleurs un double sens, qui se réfère encore à un autre symbolisme : dru ou deru, comme le latin robur, désigne à la fois la force et le chêne (en grec δρυς) ; d’autre part, vid est, comme en sanscrit, la sagesse ou la connaissance, assimilée à la vision, mais c’est aussi le gui ; ainsi, dru-vid est le gui du chêne, qui était en effet l’un des principaux symboles du Druidisme, et il est en même temps l’homme en qui réside la sagesse appuyée sur la force. De plus, la racine dru, comme on le voit par les formes sanscrites équivalentes dhru et dhri comporte encore l’idée de stabilité, qui est d’ailleurs un des sens du symbole de l’arbre en général et du chêne en particulier ; et ce sens de stabilité correspond ici très exactement à l’attitude du Sphinx au repos.”
René Guénon, Spiritual Authority and Temporal Power

Barbara T. Cerny
“Then it kissed me—not as a man would kiss a lover, not with tenderness or even passion. This was a kiss that stole the soul of men. Revulsion at this creature’s kiss was instantly replaced by the warmth stealing through my veins, as if my missing blood were being replenished and contrived to heal me. I craved to keep kissing the beast. My entire being awakened to that kiss feeding me ecstasy, feeding me life.”
Barbara T. Cerny, The Tiefling: Angel Kissed, Devil Touched - Amazon Best Seller!

Donna Grant
“He yearned for something more.
It could have been his. It had been his.
Until he walked away.”
Donna Grant, Smoke and Fire

Barbara T. Cerny
“My life was going exactly where I wanted it to until the Devil showed up.”
Barbara T. Cerny, The Tiefling: Angel Kissed, Devil Touched - Amazon Best Seller!

Donna Grant
“Only light comes out of darkness," she whispered.”
Donna Grant, Smoke and Fire

Donna Grant
“Warm lips met her shoulder where he placed a light kiss. "Doona be afraid of me. I'll always protect you."
Kinsey moved back against him, allowing her shoulder to rub against his bare chest. Heat radiated from him, cocooning her in everything Ryder.”
Donna Grant, Smoke and Fire

Donna Grant
“The only sound was the crackle of the fire as they looked at each other. Then his mouth was on hers, moving seductively. She returned his kiss, opening for him when his tongue swept against her lips.
He enticed, he tempted.
He tantalized, he seduced.
And it was glorious.”
Donna Grant, Firestorm

Donna Grant
“They couldn’t turn back time. What was done, was done.
He dropped his arms and lowered his head. Despondency filled him to the very brim. He was a dragon. A creature of magic and fire. A being that was lethal and dangerous.
The Kings had forgotten that. All but one.”
Donna Grant, Firestorm

Donna Grant
“Why can’t I get enough of you?” she asked between kisses.
“Do you want to?”
Donna Grant, Firestorm

Donna Grant
“When are we going to deal with Usaeil?”
“Soon.”
“The sooner, the better, Con. If you don’t do something she’s going to.”
He raised a brow. “You mean worse than she already has? She’s all but told the Light.”
“You think you know her, but you don’t. She cares about nothing but her own desires now.”
Sounds like the Dark,” he said.
“I know.”
Donna Grant, Firestorm

Donna Grant
“I doona need my future read. I know it involves you, and that's enough for me.”
Donna Grant, Soul Scorched

Donna Grant
“I need you, lass," he whispered.
Darcy opened her eyes to find him over her. "How fast can you get out of those clothes?”
Donna Grant, Soul Scorched

Donna Grant
“Not once in her life had Darcy wanted to thumb her nose at danger and rip the clothes off a man, but she was contemplating that very thing.”
Donna Grant, Soul Scorched

Donna Grant
“Suddenly, Warrick lifted his head. Darcy struggled to open her eyes and think through the fog of desire. She gazed into his cobalt eyes, her stomach clenching at the longing she saw reflected there.
"There's a Dark at the back," he whispered.
Darcy was so frustrated that she wanted to scream. Why couldn't they have a few minutes of privacy? If it wasn't Rhi popping in, it was the Dark after her. "Tell him to go away. We're busy."
A sexy grin pulled at Warrick's lips. "Gladly.”
Donna Grant, Soul Scorched

Donna Grant
“Darcy was floating, soaring. Warrick's kiss was sensual, carnal. It aroused her, inflamed her. His touch was just as wickedly delightful. His hands stroked her back, her butt, holding her tight, as if he couldn't fathom releasing her.
She never wanted the kiss to end. It was too good, too ... perfect.”
Donna Grant, Soul Scorched

Scott Davis Howard
“The holly grove, carved a century ago by the druids, was designed to amplify emotion to a cathartic crescendo. You see, druidism (as did most early religions) realized the essential truth that faith is an emotional, rather than a logical, response to the world. They designed their places of worship around this fact. Love, fear, guilt, rapture, these are religious words. Believers feel their belief. Skeptics contemplate their doubt.”
Scott Davis Howard, Three Days and Two Knights

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