Goodnight Quotes

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“There's nothing good about goodnight when it means goodbye.”
Jeff thomas

Jennifer Crusie
“When Eve ate the apple her knowledge increased. But God liked dumb women so Paradise ceased. Gwen Goodnight. Her Work.”
Jennifer Crusie, Faking It

“A kiss-goodnight
Can last for hours
Moaning into your mouth
Licking the sweetness
Of my lips
Biting softly
Holding on
To the taste of yours
Never wanting
To let go
Asking you
To kiss me forever
Asking the goodnight-kiss
To become
A kiss-good-morning
A kiss-I-love-you
An entwined faith
Of two souls
Becoming one
In a single moment's kiss...”
Veronika Jensen

Andy Warhol
“Everybody winds up kissing the wrong person goodnight.”
Andy Warhol

Rachel Hawkins
“Until tomorrow, Fair Isolde.”
Rachel Hawkins, School Spirits

Avijeet Das
“The moon embalms me with her love and she kisses me good night. The nightingale sings her song of love when I take rest in the arms of darkness in the night!”
Avijeet Das

Jojo Moyes
“And there followed a strange, elongated couple of minutes. The kind in which two people know they have to part, and don't want to.And while neither can acknowledge it, each believes the other feels it too.”
Jojo Moyes, The Giver of Stars

J. Bradley
“I wanted to write “stay”
on your sides, surround
your bed with oceans
of salt. I hope he folds you
into a fox, loves you
like a splintered arrow,
brandishes the kill
of your lips. May the bouquet
of your hips wither.
May the wolves
forget your name.”
J. Bradley

“I got to bed later than most
People to see the moon in the night sky.
And wake up earlier than most people to watch the Sunrise.”

Mirela Stancu
“Goodnight moon
I don't see you, but I feel you
What should I say or do?
You're always there when I am dreamin'
You make me smile
You make me cry
I feel the earth just spinning

Goodnight, moon
I'll wait for you in every evening
To fill my heart with hope
When everything is hopeless
To make me your companion
And fly between my dreams

Don't be upset, I'm yours in every night
Just sometimes fell asleep to quick
And I'm to tired, so much tired
To tell you my Goodnight”
Mirela Stancu

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“A night full of nightmares is way better than a sleepless one.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana

Preeth Nambiar
“Hail O mighty, fathomless sleep, come on and hug me tight and sweet;
when I whisper those deepest pains, onto your ears mute and keen,
sing for me the sweetest song that would sound the profoundest of life!
Leave me upon your rocking arms, watched by spirits of placid nights!

Goodnight, world, sweet dreams folks, blessed are those who would sleep at peace!”
Preeth Nambiar, The Solitary Shores

“What if love is something that shapes us because of what we give, not what we get in return? What if God wants us to love people until it hurts--and then continue to love even more?”
Chelsea Rotunno, Goodnight to My Thoughts of You

Ray Bradbury
“Behind him the lights of the lonely little store blinked out and there was only a street light shimmering on the corner, and the whole city seemed to be going to sleep.”
Ray Bradbury, Dandelion Wine

“Listen to the nightsky, the Mockingbird always sing you my lullaby.”

“The hall erupted into punches, blows, and kicks. The dancing ended but the band played on. The older men escorted the women from the premises and so ended a bloody-good night.”
Fusty Luggs, Jack the Ripper: The Long Arm of the Law

“The time between good night to good morning, all poetries are mentioned by her with his love and their good memories.”
Vaishal sheth

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“One man’s bad day is another man’s good night.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“Like a day, a night is, not a period, but the location of a portion of the earth in relation to the position of the sun.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“Not being able to sleep is a nightmare.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“Giving in to sleep is a great opportunity to practice letting go of life.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana

“Always treat your parents right,
'Cause one day without notice,
They may leave without saying
Charmaine J. Forde

Sanhita Baruah
“The 2ams have held my hopes all these years as I calm my nerves down for there would only be three more hours for the world to wake up to my screams and wails of excruciating pain.
Probably the drug store would open if I wait for three more hours then.
8am and the doc would prescribe me a few medicines over whatsapp.
I would make three cups of tea by then. I would quiet my mouth as it would bite on my arm.
By twelve I would finally be relieved as the meds would work.
But it's only midnight now... wish you another goodnight's sleep....”
Sanhita Baruah

from the longest hair on your head
to the tiniest nail on your pinky toe
from your longest scar
to your achiest joints
& everything in between
Everything you got is perfect and not because it’s perfect but because it’s yours
It’s yours yours yours
Let’s go

from your carefully nursed,
unrequited crushes

from cracked knuckles
& cheering for winning home teams

from your rituals
to your whims
& everything in between

Everything you got is perfect & not because it’s perfect but because it’s yours
It’s yours yours yours
Rest up”
Lin-Manuel Miranda

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“Some adults usually sleep like a baby, but only literally.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana

“Amy Landgraf’s sweet bedtime story Good Night, Sweet Peas is wonderfully illustrated by Carlos Valenti, who brings the five peas to life. Looking at the pictures, you can almost see the children playing during the day. Amy knows how to weave a story in a way that will draw children into the adventure and retain their interest. Your children will love this story and want you to read it to them over and over again. The rhymes are natural. Too many authors contrive rhymes, but Amy knows how to rhyme effortlessly. Amy not only shares the joy of being family, but she also introduces some humor. Have fun with Rollie and the nighttime incident. This book is sure to become a classic soon.”
Reader's Favorite Book Awards

“This lovely tale of a family of sweet peas’ bedtime routine is beautifully written, skillfully told, and full of both humor and warmth. Young readers will love this story’s humorous conclusion and caregivers will love reading it to them for the lovely bonding moment that it provides.”
Louise Jane, CEO The Golden Wizard Book Prize

“This story is adorable. As an early education teacher and Mom, I love how the character’s expressions are so apparent and kiddos can follow along knowing how they are feeling.”
Chelsea, Early Education Teacher