Nighttime Quotes

Quotes tagged as "nighttime" (showing 1-30 of 35)
Lone Alaskan Gypsy
“I'm just an insomniac struggling for a night where I don't dream of you anymore.”
Lone Alaskan Gypsy

Jonathan Harnisch
“I’ve always loved the night, when everyone else is asleep and the world is all mine. It’s quiet and dark—the perfect time for creativity.”
Jonathan Harnisch, Porcelain Utopia

Charlotte Brontë
“Night was come, and her planets were risen: a safe, still night: too serene for the companionship of fear.”
Charlotte Brontë, Jane Eyre

Paula Stokes
“I dream of a small room and a man with one eye. Blood seeps like scarlet tears from his empty socket. I turn away and the room becomes a hallway that becomes a stairway that becomes a roof. The wind tugs at my body; the sky tries to wrap me in stars. Below me, a gazebo glows with red light. A line of black cars crawls like cockroaches through the streets.

An air conditioner exhaust fan chitters angrily near the roof’s edge, one of its blades bent just enough to scrape against the side of the casing. For a second I let the wind push me close enough to the fan’s razor- sharp blades that a lock of my hair gets snipped and sent out into the night. As it twists and flutters toward the gazebo, I think about just letting go, letting the breeze carry my body into the whirling blades, the wind scattering pieces of me throughout the city. Blood and flesh seeping into the cracked pavement. Flowers blooming wherever I land.”
Paula Stokes, Vicarious

Sanober  Khan
“savor
with me
the lushness
of a lingering sleep...
and last night’s
dream.”
Sanober Khan, Turquoise Silence

Crystal Woods
“When reality and your dreams collide, typically it’s just your alarm clock going off.”
Crystal Woods, Write like no one is reading 2

Ann Beattie
“Nothing is so lovely as a quietly snoring dog and some evening Brahms, as you sit in a comfortably overstuffed chair with your feet on the footstool.”
Ann Beattie

Ellie Lieberman
“There's something about the thousands of glittering lights, the veil of nighttime that almost makes this place beautiful, especially in the reflection of the water. It makes everything askew, disoriented. There's more truth in a ripple of water than in a clear day.”
Ellie Lieberman, Society's Foundlings

Anna Quindlen
“Four A.M. and the darkness had a quality of inexorability and menace as though it would never lift, as though, without anyone noticing it, the dawn of the day before had been the beginning of the last light ever in the history of the world.”
Anna Quindlen, Blessings

Bram Stoker
“. . . a wind howling began, which seemed to form all over the country, as far as the imagination could grasp it through the gloom of the night.”
Bram Stoker, Dracula

Darnell Lamont Walker
“Watching the sun set is like watching a beautiful kid die for a good cause.”
Darnell Lamont Walker

Emily Brontë
“I could see every pebble on the path, and every blade of grass, by that splendid moon.”
Emily Brontë, Wuthering Heights

“The night air was soft, and laden with the redolence of impending blossoms. The sky unfolded and lit up the earth in jubilation. Welcome Spring !”
Meeta Ahluwalia

Donna Lynn Hope
“I didn't intend to go in that direction but strange things happen when the lights go out.”
Donna Lynn Hope

L.M. Montgomery
“But tonight is a gusty, hurrying night . . . even the clouds racing over the sky are in a hurry and the moonlight that gushes out between them is in a hurry to flood the world.”
L.M. Montgomery, Anne of Windy Poplars

Peter Høeg
“К темноте надо относиться с уважением. Ночь — это то время, когда Вселенная бурлит злом и опасностью. И можно называть это суеверием. Можно называть это боязнью темноты. Но делать вид, что ночь — это то же самое, что и день, только без света, глупо. Ночь существует для того, чтобы собираться вместе под крышей дома. Если только ты волею случая не одинок и не вынужден делать что-то иное.”
Peter Høeg, Smilla's Sense of Snow

Katherine McIntyre
“The water glittered under the moon’s careful watch, and, in the distance, steeples cut stark black silhouettes into the landscape of the distant city.”
Katherine McIntyre, Soul Solution

Rae Carson
“When the rain finally abates, I decide to wait out the night instead of trying to climb in the dark.”
Rae Carson, The Girl of Fire and Thorns

Pamela Cummins
“When we humans learn how to analyze the messages of the nighttime we open ourselves up to manifest our greatest selves.”
Pamela Cummins, Learn the Secret Language of Dreams

“She taught me that the nighttime,
Is when the stars tend to thrive.”
Kyra Jackson

Kien Nguyen
“In the sallow afternoon, I watched her get dressed.”
Kien Nguyen, The Unwanted: A Memoir of Childhood

Stewart Stafford
“All vampires are brothers in the brotherhood of night!”
Stewart Stafford, The Vorbing

Kate  O'Donnell
“I let the night come in and swirl around and bring me lightness and positivity. I let the night suck out the failure and my embarrassment and shame over the same.”
Kate O'Donnell, Untidy Towns

“Everyone deserves to dream, but not everyone wants to see their future.”
Anthony T. Hincks

“Remember!
If the sun didn't shine, we would be left in the dark.”
Anthony T. Hincks

Steven Magee
“When I see the promotion of nighttime street lighting to the masses, I realize the great level of incompetence that is present in governments, human health and the biological effects of light.”
Steven Magee, Toxic Light

Megan Chance
“Glitterdust across a broad expanse of blue. Before me, the water unfurled like dark swaths of shadowed silk, colors muted, reflections cast by the lamps hanging from the prows of the gondolas rippling, and my heart swelled at the beauty and the romance of it.”
Megan Chance, Inamorata

Justin Cronin
“The sky was so thick with stars it was as if he could reach out and brush them with his hand.”
Justin Cronin, The Passage

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