Gypsy Quotes

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“Have you ever met someone for the first time, but in your heart you feel as if you’ve met them before?”
JoAnne Kenrick, When A Mullo Loves A Woman

Nikki Rowe
“Wild woman are an unexplainable spark of life. They ooze freedom and seek awareness, they belong to nobody but themselves yet give a piece of who they are to everyone they meet.
If you have met one, hold on to her, she'll allow you into her chaos but she'll also show you her magic.”
Nikki Rowe

Nikki Rowe
“Wildflower; pick up your pretty little head,
It will get easier, your dreams are not dead.”
Nikki Rowe

Nikki Rowe
“She was born to be free, let her run wild in her own way and you will never lose her.”
Nikki Rowe

Nikki Rowe
“She was like the sun,
She knew her place in the world -
She would shine again regardless
of all the storms and changeable weather
She wouldn't adjust her purpose
for things that pass.”
Nikki Rowe

“There is something in October sets the gypsy blood astir: We must rise and follow her, When from every hill of flame She calls, and calls each vagabond by name.”
William Bliss

Nikki Rowe
“You can love her with everything you have and she still wont belong to you. She will run wild with you, beside you with everystep but let me tell you something about women who run with wolves, their fierce hearts dont settle between walls and their instinct is stronger than upbringing. Love her wild or leave her there.”
Nikki Rowe

Nikki Rowe
“I am a wild woman.
it would take a warrior to tame my spirit.”
Nikki Rowe

Nikki Rowe
“There's only one place I want to go and it's to all the places I've never been.”
Nikki rowe

Roman Payne
“I regained my soul through literature after those times I'd lost it to wild-eyed gypsy girls on the European streets.”
Roman Payne, Rooftop Soliloquy

Nicole  Lyons
“She will blaze through you like a gypsy wildfire. Igniting you soul and dancing in its flames. And when she is gone, the smell of her smoke will be the only thing left to soothe you.”
Nicole Lyons

Nikki Rowe
“I am an artist, my hair is rarely tamed & sometimes I sleep till noon,
My house is messy and I speak to the moon.
I care less about the materials that I share with my world and more about the passion inside myself.
Im an artist, what more can you expect?
i am full of soul, love and all the rest.”
Nikki Rowe

“He felt like home.”
JoAnne Kenrick, When A Mullo Loves A Woman

H. Raven Rose
“This is your karma. You do not understand now, but you will understand later. The source of pain is within your own larger expression of being.”
H. Raven Rose, Shadow Selves

Nikki Rowe
“Healing your wounds will hurt, so cry.
Cry your pretty little heart out until you have nothing left to shed, that's how beauty is grown;
through the darkest of our days we become the light.”
Nikki Rowe

Nikki Rowe
“These people will try to manipulate you, try to bring you down but remember baby girl you are a queen, own your crown.”
Nikki Rowe

“All my life I've always come back to one thing,
my need to feel free and the need to feel the breeze,
the ride provides a freedom this gypsy needs,
where every road is another blessed memory,
a new experience to carry inside my journey,
a sense of belonging to a familiar tribe,
a brotherhood that goes beyond a bloodline.”
Jess "Chief" Brynjulson, Highway Writings

Nikki Rowe
“Purpose and passion - purpose is what will guide you to your best self and the passion will keep you there.”
Nikki Rowe

Nikki Rowe
“I think it's important as a women to know who you are and what you deserve. We, ourselves set the boundaries of what we choose to accept.
Instead of complaining about the men who's actions don't fit your own & move on and find one that does.”
Nikki Rowe

“I have always considered myself a person with a gypsy heart, and I
Surrender my dreams to my soul, for it's a free sprit who believes in no boundaries of region and religion.”
Megha Khare, Write like no one is reading 2

Nikki Rowe
“You can give illness to her body but you can't take the gypsy out of that girl.”
Nikki Rowe

“That’s the last time I put you in charge of the tequila when we’re making margaritas”
JoAnne Kenrick, When A Mullo Loves A Woman

Ernest Hemingway
“But I could tell thee of other things, Inglés, and do not doubt what thou simply cannot see nor cannot hear. Thou canst not hear what a dog hears. Nor canst thou smell what a dog smells. But already thou hast experienced a little of what can happen to man.”
Ernest Hemingway, For Whom the Bell Tolls

“I carry fairy dust, pack dry herb and drive a broom. If you don't get that you won't get me, so long, it's my journey.”
DC Allen

Amy Ephron
“Madame Olga began muttering something under her breath in gypsy to the effect of "Fucking debutantes, they do not understand the sacredness of the moment." But everyone in the room just thought this was part of her gypsy spirit chant.”
Amy Ephron, A Cup of Tea

Nikki Rowe
“The world stopped fighting for me long ago,
I had to rely on self and pave a path on my own.
Some of us women are fierce beyond our means,
We are raised by warriors to be nothing but queens.”
Nikki Rowe

“Romani slaves were in demand because of their skilled crafts and their importance to the economic market. With the growing dependency of landowners, monasteries and the Crown on Romani slaves, the Romanian term Tigan came to be used synonymously with 'slave' and it still has a derogatory connotation in the Romanian language today.”
Yaron Matras

“But I do hold the view that we need to rethink and revise our picture of the Romani people and to move away from the literary images and brands, and on to understanding the real everyday lives and aspirations of a real people.”
Yaron Matras

“I recall my Romani friend who drives from village to village to offer his services to potential clients and who claims, when asked about his origin, to be Irish or Italian. 'I make a living by denying who I am,' he says.”
Yaron Matras, I Met Lucky People: The Story of the Romani Gypsies

“Claims for compensation for physical damage through sterilization and for psychological damage through incarceration were not recognized for this reason. Claims for lost possessions were rejected on the basis of a wholesale prejudice that Gypsies did not own possessions. Claims for compensation for lost income on the basis of a reduction of earning capacity (as a result of physical and psychological damage and years lost due to imprisonment) were rejected on the grounds that Gypsies were unlikely to have sought employment even under more favourable circumstances. Like the German Jews, the Roms had been stripped of their citizenship rights by the Nazi regime's racist legislation.”
Yaron Matras, I Met Lucky People: The Story of the Romani Gypsies

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