Pristine Quotes

Quotes tagged as "pristine" (showing 1-5 of 5)
J.D. Stroube
“As I turned to leave, I looked down. Beside my foot, a sprout of greenery was clawing its way through the pristine nothingness to begin anew. It was later that I realized my haven had sent me a message, and it had shown me that nothing is ever completely lost, unless you cease searching.”
J.D. Stroube, Epiphany

Daniel J. Rice
“I watched the surrounding landscape with great curiosity, and I wanted to discover the words that could describe all its unspoiled beauty.”
Daniel J. Rice, The Unpeopled Season: Journal from a North Country Wilderness

“Waves don't think, plan and prepare to better their rise after every fall. They are pristine as they are.”
Pavitraa Parthasarathy

Nithin Purple
“The early dew-falls that did a pristine coating,
over the woods with its finest transparency,
glazed as like its wet white-glassy earrings that hung on the ears of wild flowers—unlatched my fancy.”
Nithin Purple, Venus and Crepuscule: Beauty and Violence on Me Thrown

“I love what you did with the pristine landscape. What do you call it?
Rubbish.”
Anthony T. Hincks