Spirited Quotes

Quotes tagged as "spirited" (showing 1-9 of 9)
Mark Twain
“A few fly bites cannot stop a spirited horse.”
Mark Twain (Samuel L. Clemens)

Donna Lynn Hope
“You may wish to capture a wild thing as you covet their unbreakable spirit, but as much as you may wish to tame a wild thing, a wild thing, who may grow to love you, will always resist and will do anything, at any cost, even if it means hurting you, to break free. Be careful when playing with a wild thing.”
Donna Lynn Hope

“You could tell she was a free spirit, a gypsy, just by looking at her. A smile like that doesn't come from a sad soul.”
Nikki rowe

Sherryl Jordan
“Her spirit is all spit and fire”
Sherryl Jordan, Winter of Fire

“Once you've met someone, you never really forget them. (S.A.)”

Nithin Purple
“Ha! spring arrived on her sweet scented palanquin,carried by the spirited Zephyrus and his coir with their murmuring music undulated in its own softness and fondled the leaves to astir.”
Nithin Purple, Venus and Crepuscule: Beauty and Violence on Me Thrown

Tracey Bond
“To any soul born of God, fortune is a default birthright...transact with a higher algorithm for prosperity on earth, as it is Heaven. Financial increase doesn't won't find its way to you, if your spirit is set to repel it...fight the spirited mindset that wars against your increase...your living inheritance." {#KOGGD excerpt}”
Tracey Bond

Kevin Crossley-Holland
“Be generous, be spirited, and you'll lead a happy life.”
Kevin Crossley-Holland, Norse Myths: Tales of Odin, Thor and Loki

Lisa Kleypas
“Pandora's dress was disheveled, her bodice askew, and her gloves were missing. A few raised red scratches marred the surface of her shoulder. The pins had been pulled from her ruined coiffure during the carriage ride, allowing a profusion of heavy black-coffee locks to fall to her waist in waves and ripples. Her coltish form quivered like a wild creature held in restraints. She gave off a kind of... energy, of... there didn't seem to be a word for it, but Gabriel could feel the irresistible voltage eating up the space between them. Every hair on his body individuated as he was flooded with the hot, humming awareness of her.
Holy hell.”
Lisa Kleypas, Devil in Spring