Thunderstorm Quotes

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Criss Jami
“Thunderstorms are as much our friends as the sunshine.”
Criss Jami, Killosophy

Brian  Doyle
“She'll be a fierce woman, that one. It'll take a hell of a man to love her right. Be like living with a thunderstorm. Same as her mother. A fierce woman. Force of nature. The kind of woman you just hand on for the ride. The most exciting and the most heartbreaking woman you could ever meet. They don't know their own minds most of the time, but their hearts are so damn big it hurts em inside.”
Brian Doyle, Mink River

Amanda Mosher
“I love to feel the temperature drop and the wind increase just before a thunderstorm. Then I climb in bed with the thunder.”
Amanda Mosher, Better to be able to love than to be loveable

Criss Jami
“The weather is nature's disruptor of human plans and busybodies. Of all the things on earth, nature's disruption is what we know we can depend on, as it is essentially uncontrolled by men.”
Criss Jami, Killosophy

Sanober  Khan
“this heart yearns...
for the salt of unsmelt air
unswept thunderstorms...
unknown adventures.”
Sanober Khan, Turquoise Silence

David Levithan
“A Cue from Nature

Run outside during a thunderstorm
That downpour, that conquered hesitation, that exhilaration
That’s what unlonely is like”
David Levithan, The Realm of Possibility

Alberto Caeiro
“And since today’s all there is for now, that’s everything.
Who knows if I’ll be dead the day after tomorrow?
If I’m dead the day after tomorrow, the thunderstorm day after tomorrow
Will be another thunderstorm than if I hadn’t died.
Of course I know thunderstorms don’t fall because I see them,
But if I weren’t in the world,
The world would be different —
There would be me the less —
And the thunderstorm would fall on a different world and would be another thunderstorm.
No matter what happens, what’s falling is what’ll be falling when it falls.

(7/10/1930)”
Alberto Caeiro, The Collected Poems of Alberto Caeiro

“I crave the violence of your affection. I ache for the way it jumbles my insides and makes my heart feel like it's harboring a thunderstorm. I've never felt more alive in all my time on this earth, as I have, being underneath your touch.”
LeAnne Mechelle, Write like no one is reading 2

P.G. Wodehouse
“It was one of those heavy, sultry afternoons when nature seems to be saying to itself, 'Now, shall I, or shall I not, scare the pants off these people with a hell of a thunderstorm?”
P.G. Wodehouse, Jeeves and the Tie That Binds

Soul Dancer
“Mind chatter: a clatter of left-brain rains of doubt, worry, guilt, shame in a thunderstorm of fear. Forgive the chatter, clear your mind.”
Soul Dancer, Pay Me What I'm Worth

Melody  Lee
“He is my thunderstorm, the lighting coursing through my veins. I am his hurricane, his colorful bow of rain.”
Melody Lee, Moon Gypsy

Deb Caletti
“This is the problem with danger, isn't it? You can even be warned and ignore the warning. Danger can seem far away until the sky grows dark, and a bolt of fury heads straight toward you.”
Deb Caletti, A Heart in a Body in the World

“They looked so familiar that for a moment Claude feared he had doubled back to Mrs. Merritt's city, until a sudden wave of water blinded his wipers and drove him along with everyone else to the curb, where the crackling radio reported an old man had just now been swept from his backyard by a cloudburst, the latest in a series deluging Tulsa. Clinging there to the side of the hill, no hand brake, Claude rode out the storm, stuffing blankets into the cracks under the doors, watching overhead drips as best he could with the babyseat. When the car next in front crept away from the curb, Claude followed as far as a gas station. There he wondered aloud what lay ahead, but the attendant couldn't say, having swum to work just five minutes ago. Now as Claude pulled away the rain suddenly ceased, it seemed from exhaustion, and for the next hundred miles he spun his dial to catch the latest reports: that old man was still missing, he had last been seen floating downhill toward the river, he had been found, he was dead, he was dying, he was still missing... Claude turned off the radio, for he was beyond range of Tulsa, and Joplin had not heard the news yet. He raced in silence toward the night which he knew already had begun not far ahead.”
Douglas Woolf, Wall to Wall

Soul Dancer
“As I digest what words I speak, I consume more wisely.”
Soul Dancer, Pay Me What I'm Worth

“Dark clouds not only bring thunderstorm, They also bring rain.”
Raaz Ojha

Leanbh Pearson
“...lightning forked toward the dry earth, the white light streaking across the sky as if bony fingers reached into the purpling cloud. Thunder shuddered through the early night, the vibrations of it rolling through the cracked soil.”
Alannah K. Pearson, Bone Arrow

Tabitha G. Kelly
“But the thing about thunderstorms is that there’s always a sense of peace when once the storm is over.”
Tabitha G. Kelly, Standing By

“When the dark clouds accompany us with the furious concert of Thunder, then the liberating rain will finally wipe away the tears from our cheeks.”
sir kristian goldmund aumann

Adam Silvera
“Sometimes it's okay to be surprised. It's going to sound stupid, and I wouldn't ever say this out loud, but the way Theo and I came out to each other was sort of like getting caught in a thunderstorm. Storms can suck when they're knocking out power and ripping apart houses, no doubt. But other times the thunder is a soundtrack to something unpredictable, something that gets our hearts racing and wakes us up. If someone had warned me about the weather, I might have freaked out and stayed inside.
But I didn't.”
Adam Silvera, History Is All You Left Me

Theodore Roosevelt
“Generally the thunder-storms came in the afternoon, but once I saw one at sunrise, driving down the high mountain valleys toward us. It was a very beautiful and almost terrible sight; for the sun rose behind the storm, and shone through the gusty rifts, lighting the mountain-crests here and there, while the plain below lay shrouded in the lingering night. The angry, level rays edged the dark clouds with crimson, and turned the downpour into sheets of golden rain; in the valleys the glimmering mists were tinted every wild hue; and the remotest heavens were lit with flaming glory.”
Theodore Roosevelt, The Rough Riders

“Reality TV: sitting by the lake, watching a thunderstorm.”
Marty Rubin

Richard L.  Ratliff
“Like nations in a world war
The dark sky throws lightning”
Richard L. Ratliff

Alice Tyszka
“Thunderstruck

A head in the clouds

Ideas spark like lightning

My mind, a hailstorm inside.”
Alice Tyszka, Finding My Light

Michael Bassey Johnson
“When it rains, God sits on his throne and listens to his favorite music — the sound of thunder.”
Michael Bassey Johnson, Song of a Nature Lover