Starry Night Quotes

Quotes tagged as "starry-night" (showing 1-11 of 11)
Sanober  Khan
“let me die
from having being drunk on
indigo skies, my liver...
overflowing with stars.”
Sanober Khan, Turquoise Silence

Neil deGrasse Tyson
“The more of us that feel the universe, the better off we will be in this world.”
Neil deGrasse Tyson

Sanober  Khan
“Maybe life is all about twirling under one of those midnight skies,
cutting a swathe through the breeze
and gently closing your eyes.”
Sanober Khan

J.R. Rim
“Two friends raised their heads up to the sky on a dark evening.
-Look at the stars.
--Let us make a wish.
They each took a moment of silence.
-What did you wish for?
--For you to have peace with your wish.”
J.R. Rim

Munia Khan
“I wonder at the starry pattern in the sky
Are they little pieces of moon which want to fly..?”
Munia Khan

“I saw 2 shooting stars tonight & made 1 wish. It was beautiful.”
April Mae Monterrosa

Debbie Macomber
“You're so authentic. You are who you are and you aren't willing to apologize for it. I like that.”
Debbie Macomber, Starry Night

Munia Khan
“Don’t let your dreams be forsaken by the starry nights”
Munia Khan

Isabel Gillies
“In fact, you"-he pointed his fork at me-"look like a fairy tale.”
Isabel Gillies

Andrea Giachè
“Il corpo è solo un involucro che dobbiamo portarci appresso tutta la vita, ma da cui prima o poi ci allontaniamo” rifletté. E così, anticipando i tempi, la Stefania dentro Stefania desiderava involare nella stratosfera e perdersi nel cosmo e diventare il cosmo. Prima ancora di rendersene conto, Stefania era scesa dal letto e aveva scostato le tende, che le ricaddero sulle spalle come la nube che separa il sogno dalla realtà. Il cielo a pastello, la mancanza di confine tra l’azzurro e il rosa e una meteora verde smeraldo che attraversò una costellazione le mozzarono il fiato, la placarono, infine la scossero di nuovo. “Stupide stelle” pensò, “perché brillate se tra poco vi spegnerete?”
Andrea Giachè, Stupide stelle

Gina Marinello-Sweeney
“The starry night sky echoed across my thoughts, the expanse of my own void filtered in its quiet solitude.”
Gina Marinello-Sweeney, The Rose and the Sword