Tonight Quotes

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“There's only one day at a time here, then it's tonight and then tomorrow will be today again.”
Bob Dylan, Chronicles: Volume One

F. Scott Fitzgerald
“I don't ask you to love me always like this but I ask you to remember. Somewhere inside of me there will always be the person I am tonight.”
F. Scott Fitzgerald, Tender Is the Night

Dorothy Parker
“tomorrow's gone-we'll have tonight!”
Dorothy Parker, The Poetry and Short Stories of Dorothy Parker

Munia Khan
“Rejoice with glitters of ashes tonight
Sparkling for moon's spiced silver bite
Upon skin of darkness, loving night more
Storm begins unlocking cold wind's door”
Munia Khan

Kamand Kojouri
“Poetry is jealous of you tonight,
for as soon as I come
to pen a few words,
your perfume attacks me
in the most civilised manner
and I forget myself.
I forget the poem.
I forget the ...”
Kamand Kojouri

“I plan to be a sinner tonight. Could've been something else, but looked way too good in my red dress to be anything Christian.”
Alysia Harris

Suman Pokhrel
“Tonight, let us exchange every part of our bodies and every space of our souls to each other.”
Suman Pokhrel, Malai Zindagi Nai Dukhdachha

Ray Bradbury
“You knew the sweetness of now, now, TONIGHT! who cares for tomorrow, tomorrow is nothing, yesterday is over and done, tonight live, tonight!”
Ray Bradbury, A Pleasure to Burn: Fahrenheit 451 Stories

Rachel Nicole Wagner
“~Tonight's Sea~

Meet me by the sea,
Under the stars.
Where we can gaze
With our hearts.

Today, I am restless,
Waiting for tonight's meet.
I cannot believe how endless
These hours can be.

I hope the constellations
Are aligned. For tonight we'll see
Where our connection wanders.
I'll hold on to this dream.

My grip isn't fading.
My memory isn't gone.
Tonight we will be wading
In the sea waters of love.

-Rachel Nicole Wagner Original”
Rachel Nicole Wagner

Avijeet Das
“The rain always makes me wonder
What is it that the clouds ponder?
Will I write something tonight?
But I don't want to miss the thunder!”
Avijeet Das

M.F. Moonzajer
“Bring me the wine; tonight I drink all without dreaming you.”
M.F. Moonzajer, A moment with God ; Poetry

Prashant Chopra
“I wanted to let my conscience go, and see how deep I fall.

I wanted to let the devil take over, and see if I survive.

I love you, Mriga. And for you, I will die.

Prashant Chopra, The Eyes that drowned Uyuni

Avijeet Das
“The moon is jealous of you tonight. Your alluring charm and intoxicating beauty have immured me as a prisoner; I didn't even glance once at the moon tonight!”
Avijeet Das

Avijeet Das
“Tonight is the night of telling our stories. You tell three and I four.”
Avijeet Das

Craig D. Lounsbrough
“I watched the sunset last night. And given the utter brilliance of it, I likely sat in the company of thousands who found themselves awash in its blaze of colors as well. But sadly, it is just as likely that I was surrounded by thousands of others who never saw the colors because they were awash in lesser things. And I realized that far too often I am in the company of those people. Therefore, I’ll be sitting outside tonight.”
Craig D. Lounsbrough

Lisa Kleypas
“Since meeting with Mr. Pym was the responsibility of the current Lord Ramsay, Cam bullied Leo into attending the meeting with him. Not because Leo would have anything sensible to contribute, but merely as a symbolic gesture.
“Besides,” Cam had told Amelia grimly, “if I have to be bored witless talking about gadjo affairs, there’s no reason Leo should be spared.” He had swept a proprietary glance over her, taking in the green wool walking dress and fur-trimmed black cloak. “I shouldn’t let you go with Dashiell and Barksby,” he said. “You’ll be the only woman there. I don’t like it.”
“Oh, it’s all very circumspect. They’re both gentlemen, and I’m—”
“Spoken for,” he had said curtly. “By me.”
Her heart beat a little faster. “Yes, I know,” she admitted without looking at him.
The small concession seemed to please him. He pushed the door closed with his foot, and reached beneath her cloak with importunate hands. He kissed her as if he could breathe her in. Fierce kisses, hard ones, teasingly articulate ones, soft enticing ones, kisses to light bonfires and fill the sky and hold the stars aloft.
When Cam finally relented and eased her away from the door to open it, he said one word in her scarlet ear before she fled. The word went down to the marrow of her bones.
Lisa Kleypas, Mine Till Midnight

Bijou Hunter
“Grinning, Cooper leaned over and kissed the top of my head. “I like your shampoo.”
“You’re being weird.”
“I’m just horny as hell. You were naked in the next room and I wanted you naked in here.”
“I’m not having sex with you.”
“Tonight,” he said with an exasperated sigh. “You keep forgetting to end your declarations with the word ‘tonight.”
Bijou Hunter, Damaged and the Beast

C.J. Carlyon
“french kisses
french fries
C.J. Carlyon

“Despite how dark it might be, what is tonight but the precursor to tomorrow?”
Craig D Lounsbrough

Nitya Prakash
“Stop writing
Just hug me
For tonight,
Nitya Prakash

“Tonight, can we just pretend you want me too?”
N'Zuri Za Austin, Fragments of a Reflection: Short Stories & Poetry

“Ardern ordered pizza and opened a good bottle of whisky. Tomorrow they had a lot of work to do: moving offices, beginning the transition to being in power. But that was tomorrow. Tonight, they would celebrate.”
Madeleine Chapman, Jacinda Ardern: A New Kind of Leader