Idyllic Quotes

Quotes tagged as "idyllic" (showing 1-6 of 6)
André Aciman
“How wonderful, to walk half drunk with a Lemonsoda on a muggy night like this around the gleaming slate cobblestones of Rome with someone's arm around me.”
André Aciman, Call Me by Your Name

Virginia Alison
“My preferences range from the gutter-like to the idyllically sublime, ideally with you roaming the range beside me...”
Virginia Alison

Sara Baume
“I've always longed to have a patch of personal wilderness. Of waist-high grass entwined with wildflowers through which I can prance; within which I can lie down and disappear from sight.”
Sara Baume, A Line Made by Walking

Clifford D. Simak
“There was almost a fairy quality to this place, he thought. The far look and the clear air and the feeling of detachment that touched almost on greatness of the spirit. As if this were a special place, one of those special places that each man must seek out for himself, and count himself as lucky if he ever found it, for there were those who sought and never found it. And worst of all, there were even those who never hunted for it.”
Clifford D. Simak, Way Station

Euripides
“If only the herdsman had not brought him up with the flocks, not reared him, Paris, Alexander, to watch his flock by the clear springs where the nymphs rise, and the rich pastures starred with roses and hyacinths for the goddesses to gather.”
Euripides, Iphigenia in Aulis

André Aciman
“What a world this was. She was more than twice my age but I could have made love to her this minute and wept with her.”
André Aciman, Call Me By Your Name