Quotes About Park

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J.M. Barrie
“The moment you doubt whether you can fly, you cease for ever to be able to do it.”
J.M. Barrie, Peter Pan

Rainbow Rowell
“You can be Han Solo," he said, kissing her throat. "And I'll be Boba Fett. I'll cross the sky for you.”
Rainbow Rowell, Eleanor & Park

Rainbow Rowell
“I love you," he said.

She looked up at him, her eyes shiny and black, then looked away. "I know," she said.

He pulled one of his arms out from under her and traced her outline against the couch. He could spend all day like this, running his hand down her ribs, into her waist, out to her hips and back again.... If he had all day, he would. If she weren't made of so many other miracles.

"You know?" he repeated. She smiled, so he kissed her. "You're not the Han Solo in this relationship, you know."

"I'm totally the Han Solo," she whispered. It was good to hear her. It was good to remember it was Eleanor under all this new flesh.

"Well, I'm not the Princess Leia," he said.

"Don't get so hung up on gender roles," Eleanor said.”
Rainbow Rowell, Eleanor & Park

J.M. Barrie
“He was a poet; and they are never exactly grown-up.”
J.M. Barrie, Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens

J.M. Barrie
“It is frightfully difficult to know much about the fairies, and almost the only thing for certain is that there are fairies wherever there are children.”
J.M. Barrie, Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens

Rainbow Rowell
“I'm ending this.'

'No. Come on. It's not worth it.'

'You are,' he said fiercely, looking at her.

'You're worth it.”
Rainbow Rowell, Eleanor & Park

Rainbow Rowell
“You look like you. Only with the volume turned up.”
Rainbow Rowell, Eleanor & Park

Sanhita Baruah
“She awaits the rain like a writer embraces metaphors,
A drizzle isn't for the child who dances in the storm.
Of rain that washes away the petrichor it brings,
A downpour of a hail of bullets, and she calls it spring.”
Sanhita Baruah, The Farewell and other poems

Ilona Andrews
“a dense wall of greenery bordered it, ...an impenetrable barrier of oaks, evergreen shrubs, blackberry that somehow resisted the frost, and thorns. In the defense department, the witches would make Sleeping Beauty’s evil witch weep with jealousy.”
Ilona Andrews, Magic Breaks

Yevgeny Zamyatin
“The sun's champagne streamed from one body into another. And there was a couple on the green silk of the grass, covered by a raspberry umbrella. Only their feet and a little bit of lace could be seen. In the magnificent universe beneath the raspberry umbrella, with closed eyes, they drank in the sparkling madness.

'Extra! Extra! Zeppelins over the North Sea at 3 o'clock.'

But under the umbrella, in the raspberry universe, they were immortal. What did it matter that in another far-away universe people would be killing each other?”
Yevgeny Zamyatin, Islanders And, The Fisher Of Men

Rainbow Rowell
“Park stood up when she got to their row, and as soon as she sat down, he took her hand and kissed it. It happened so fast, she didn't have time to die of ecstasy or embarrassment.”
Rainbow Rowell, Eleanor & Park

Charlotte Eriksson
“Yesterday it was sun outside. The sky was blue and people were lying under blooming cherry trees in the park. It was Friday, so records were released, that people have been working on for years. Friends around me find success and level up, do fancy photo shoots and get featured on big, white, movie screens. There were parties and lovers, hand in hand, laughing perfectly loud,
but I walked numbly through the park, round and round,
40 times for 4 hours
just wanting to make it through the day.

There's a weight that inhabits my chest some times. Like a lock in my throat, making it hard to breathe. A little less air got through
and the sky was so blue I couldn’t look at it because it made me sad, swelling tears in my eyes and they dripped quietly on the floor as I got on with my day. I tried to keep my focus, ticked off the to-do list, did my chores. Packed orders, wrote emails, paid bills and rewrote stories,
but the panic kept growing, exploding in my chest. Tears falling on the desk
tick tick tick
me not making a sound
and some days I just don't know what to do. Where to go or who to see and I try to be gentle, soft and kind,
but anxiety eats you up and I just want to be fine.
This is not beautiful. This is not useful. You can not do anything with it and it tries to control you, throw you off your balance and lovely ways
but you can not let it.

I cleaned up. Took myself for a walk. Tried to keep my eyes on the sky. Stayed away from the alcohol, stayed away from the destructive tools we learn to use.
the smoking and the starving, the running, the madness,
thinking it will help but it only feeds the fire
and I don't want to hurt myself anymore.
I made it through and today I woke up, lighter and proud because I'm still here. There are flowers growing outside my window. The coffee is warm, the air is pure. In a few hours I'll be on a train on my way to sing for people who invited me to come, to sing, for them. My own songs, that I created. Me—little me. From nowhere at all.
And I have people around that I like and can laugh with, and it's spring again.
It will always be spring again.
And there will always be a new day.”
Charlotte Eriksson

Rainbow Rowell
“Leave ... my girlfriend ... alone.”
Rainbow Rowell, Eleanor & Park

Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
“Sexually active? Sexually active? Patrick and I hadn't even learned the fine points of kissing yet!
I marched on down. 'For your information,' I said from the doorway, as both Dad and Lester jerked to attention, 'I am about as sexually active as a bag of spinach, and if you want to keep me on the porch and not out in the park somewhere behind the bushes, you'll keep the stupid porch light off when I come home with a boy.”
Phyllis Reynolds Naylor, Alice on the Outside

Gail Bowen
“Victoria Park looks like every other inner-city park in every other city in Canada; a large and handsome memorial to the war dead surrounded by a square block of hard-tracked grass and benches where people can sit and look at statues of politicians or at flower beds planted with petunias and marigolds, the cheap and the hardy, downtown survivors.”
Gail Bowen

Rainbow Rowell
“He'd stopped trying to bring her back.”
Rainbow Rowell, Eleanor & Park

“a park ranger is a protector. You protect the land from the people, the people from the land, the people from each other, and the people from themselves. It's what you are trained to do without even thinking, a reflexive and unconditional act. If you're lucky, you get assigned to people who seem worth saving and land and waters whose situation is not hopeless. If not, you save them anyway. And maybe in time, saving them will make them worth it.”
Kurt Caswell, To Everything on Earth: New Writing on Fate, Community, and Nature

Santino Hassell
“Go away," I muffled out. "I'm busy."
"You look super busy."
"I'm busy willing multiple People to be hit by cars."
"Am I on the list?"
"No. But you could be."
He snickered.”
Santino Hassell, Sunset Park

Anuradha Bhattacharyya
“The beach is a natural park, without the greenery but the sand is a natural toy.”
Anuradha Bhattacharyya

“We grew up on the same street,
You and me.
We went to the same schools,
Rode the same bus,
Had the same friends,
And even shared spaghetti
With each other's families.
And though our roots belong to
The same tree,
Our branches have grown
In different directions.
Our tree,
Now resembles a thousand
Other trees
In a sea of a trillion
Other trees
With parallel destinies
And similar dreams.
You cannot envy the branch
That grows bigger
From the same seed,
And you cannot
Blame it on the sun's direction.
But you still compare us,
As if we're still those two
Kids at the park
Slurping down slushies and
Eating ice cream.



Suzy Kassem, Rise Up and Salute the Sun (2010)”
Suzy Kassem, Rise Up and Salute the Sun: The Writings of Suzy Kassem

Ana Claudia Antunes
“Walking with my doggy is so much fun!
And she makes me laugh, she makes me run.
Licking she likes to make some good new friends,
Kindly enough with cyclists who spin with no end.”
Ana Claudia Antunes, ACross Tic

Stephen King
“Stan's father had told him that, before the money ran out, they had intended to put the statue of the soldier back up here again.

'I like the birdbath better, Daddy,' Stan said.

Mr Uris ruffled his hair. 'Me too, son,' he said. 'More baths and less bullets, that's my motto.”
Stephen King, It

David Ramirer
“auf einem spielplatz im park hat sich ein junges paar auf zwei schaukeln gesetzt und führt ein langes sondierendes gespräch. beide wollen nicht nur reden, aber ihre worte sind alles, was sie in dieser nacht füreinander haben. langsam wird es auch für die beiden zeit, den park zu verlassen. auch sie müssen nach hause, letzte verkehrsmittel erwischen. als sie gehen, ist der park nur noch vom geräusch der grillen durchzogen. in den umliegenden villen leuchten vereinzelte fenster und verdrängen die funkelnde pracht der sterne, die über dem park steht. in ungeordneter folge gehen die fensterlichter an, aus, kurz, lang. der park nimmt die seufzer, die schreie aus den häusern auf: wie ein schwamm. so vergeht die nacht. gegen morgen wankt ein irgendwo übersehener betrunkener aus seinem gebüsch, das er vorrübergehend beschlief, sucht seinen heimweg.”
David Ramirer, 2015 - fuck me tender
tags: park

“It is difficult to steer a parked car, so get moving.”
Henrietta C. Mears

Rainbow Rowell
“Maybe I'm some sort of perverted cartoon-sexual.”
Rainbow Rowell, Eleanor & Park
tags: humor, park, sex

Lailah Gifty Akita
“I love the beauty of nature.”
Lailah Gifty Akita, Think Great: Be Great!

Rebecca McNutt
“Hey Alecto, film this!” she called out. With the slide being as tall as a two-storey house, it felt slightly risky being up there. “On second thought, why don’t you come up here? It’s a blast being up here.”
“I don’t really like to be in high places,” said Alecto as he filmed her, the camera lens reflecting the entire playground, which was partially secluded by tall trees that cast otherworldly shadows dancing across the ground.

“If you don’t like being in high places, then why’d you take so many drugs in the seventies?” Mandy questioned jokingly.

“Do you want me to go up there and push you off the top of that slide?” Alecto threatened coldly.

“You’d never do that, we’re best friends!” Mandy pointed out. She reached over and picked a bright red maple flower from one of the long branches of the trees, tossing it down to him. “Even in this failing 21st century, where people are cell phone addicts and crude humor and violence is the norm, even when society falls apart and drowns in its own mistakes, we’ll still be best friends!” She looked incredibly eccentric, never mind the fact that she was an adult woman wearing a trippy rainbow Pucci dress from the 1970’s, standing on top of a slide at a children’s playground. Alecto didn’t seem to mind, he just continued to film her with his camera like she’d asked him to.”
Rebecca McNutt, Super 8: The Sequel to Smog City

Rainbow Rowell
“Can't you just like a girl who likes you back?”
Rainbow Rowell, Eleanor & Park
tags: park

Mehmet Murat ildan
“Eğer bir parkta gözlerini kapatırsan farkına varacaksın ki etrafında gördüğün her şey aynı zamanda havadadır da çünkü her şeyin bir kokusu vardır ve her koku sisli bir görüntüdür!”
Mehmet Murat ildan

Mehmet Murat ildan
“If you close your eyes in a park you will realise that everything you see around is at the same time in the air because everything has a scent and every scent is a misty image!”
Mehmet Murat ildan

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