Winter Quotes Quotes

Quotes tagged as "winter-quotes" (showing 1-17 of 17)
Anamika Mishra
“Someone asked me when is my birthday?
The poet inside me replied,
"My birthday is on the last day of the year,
It's 31st December my dear!”
Anamika Mishra

“December is full of the beauty of Light and love we can bring into our life.You can chose to be stressed or you can choose to let the small stuff go and be peaceful this Holiday season.

It really is a choice you make.”
Eileen Anglin

S. Jae-Jones
“A wanton women is ripened fruit,' Constanze intoned,'begging to be plucked by the Goblin King.”
S. Jae-Jones, Wintersong

“Winter is a time to pause, reflect and renew for the coming Spring. Our Creator partnered with Nature and with infinite wisdom, designed this time for you to reflect on your life, set new goals and look at what needs to change.”
Eileen Anglin

Jennifer LeBlanc
“Love is like a snowflake, it can come to you in any shape or size, and from any direction”
Jennifer LeBlanc

“Winter is a time to pause, reflect and renew for the coming Spring.”
Eileen Anglin

Ben Tolosa
“Don’t curse the snow, curse yourself for moving to a place with snow.”
Ben Tolosa, Masterplan Your Success

Anne Fall
“Wintering over geraniums
with their pale green gingko leaves─
they have not died, and neither has she,
but the blooms are gone,
and every part of her longs
for red.”
Anne Fall, Rosa Scriptum

Cindee Snider Re
“Sustained loss can sometimes seem never-ending, like a bleak, eternal winter of the soul. Yet spring always returns. Even on the heels of the longest, coldest winter, tender new growth emerges from once frozen soil.”
Cindee Snider Re, Finding Purpose: Rediscovering Meaning in a Life with Chronic Illness

Meena Prabhu
“भारतात शरद ऋतु येतो आणि आपण त्याची फारशी दखल घेण्याआधीच तो निघून जातो. झाडांची पानं थोडीफार खाली पडतात, पण बरीचशी जुनी पानं जाग्यावर असतानाच त्यांना नवी पालवी फुटते. इंग्लंडमध्ये असं नसतं. सप्टेंबर-अॉक्टोबरमधे 'एव्हरग्रीन' झाडांचा अपवाद वगळता बाकीच्या प्रत्येक झाडावरचं प्रत्येक पान खाली उतरतं. तांबूससोनेरी पानांच्या जाड पायघड्या उद्यानांमधून हिरवळीच्या कडेनं अंथरल्या जातात. ही पानं कुजकी बिळबीळीत नसतात. हिवाळ्याच्या प्रारंभी झाड त्यांच्यातला जीवनरस शोषून घेतं. पुस्तकात घालून ठेवलेल्या पानांसारखं त्यांना जाळीदार आणि रेखीव करतं. पडलेली ही चुरचुरीत पानं मग वारा गोळा करतो. घोटाभर पाऊल बुडवणाऱ्या या गालिच्यावरून त्यांचा मंद सुगंध घेत अनवाणी चालावं. चिरोट्यांवरून चालत गेल्यागत प्रत्येक पाऊल चुर्र चुर्र वाजतं. बोटांना होणाऱ्या गुदगुल्यांची शिरशिरी अंगभर पसरते...”
Meena Prabhu, Maza London

“Come O' winter knock my door,
Make me fall in love once more,
Look what Autumn did to me,
Made my soul like wilted flower.”
Neymat Khan

“In calm cold midwinter,
there was a starving hunter,
who lost his way in forest,
and had no food no shelter,
One day he woke of hunger,
and started walking faster,
he walked for miles and miles,
but nothing saw his eyes,
He trembled of an anger,
his hope forever died,
like thirsty bowing flower,
the poor hunter cried,
He started walking further,
then saw a wounded deer,
who lied near the river,
with so much pain to bear.
The deer was also hunted,
by hunter like this man,
her eyes were getting colder,
and filled with so much fear,
The hunter felt so pity,
of what he saw over there,
his sufferings were same as,
of which were of the deer,
And then they died together,
as reached the starving”
Neymat Khan

Anne Fall
“The stark nude trees
are old and surviving
without attempting modesty.”
Anne Fall, Rosa Scriptum