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Moluccas Flowers quotes by William Shakespeare
#1. Then, were not summer's distillation left
A liquid prisoner pent in walls of glass,
Beauty's effect with beauty were bereft,
Nor it nor no remembrance what it was.
But flowers distilled, though they with winter meet,
Leese but their show; their substance still lives sweet. #Quote by William Shakespeare
Moluccas Flowers quotes by Rajneesh
#2. Life can be lived in rules, but then life becomes superficial. Live life not according to the laws but according to consciousness, awareness. Don't live life according to the mind. Mind has rules and regulations, mind has rituals. Live life from the standpoint of no-mind so that you can bloom into unpredictable flowers. #Quote by Rajneesh
Moluccas Flowers quotes by Jeanne Birdsall
#3. All was at peace while Batty picked flowers and hummed a song about kangaroos. #Quote by Jeanne Birdsall
Moluccas Flowers quotes by Huang E
#4. I will allow only my Lord to possess my sacred lotus pond, and every night you can make blossom in me flowers of fire. #Quote by Huang E
Moluccas Flowers quotes by John The Apostle
#5. A long time ago, there were lovers that lived on the opposite ends of a river. They promised to meet when the camellia flowers bloomed. But it rained so much the boat couldn't cross the river. So the two couldn't meet, even though the camellia flowers had all bloomed. Lets meet again. Before the camellia flowers wilt. #Quote by John The Apostle
Moluccas Flowers quotes by Naomi Novik
#6. How are you giving it magic?" he said, through his teeth.

"I already found the path!" I said. "I'm just staying on it. Can't you - feel it?" I asked abruptly, and held my hand cupping the flower out towards him; he frowned and put his hands around it, and then he said, "Vadiya rusha ilikad tuhi," and a second illusion laid itself over mine, two roses in the same space - his, predictably, had three rings of perfect petals, and a delicate fragrance.

"Try and match it," he said absently, his fingers moving slightly, and by lurching steps we brought our illusions closer together until it was nearly impossible to tell them one from another, and then he said, "Ah," suddenly, just as I began to glimpse his spell: almost exactly like that strange clockwork on the middle of his table, all shining moving parts. On an impulse I tried to align our workings: I envisioned his like the water-wheel of a mill, and mine the rushing stream driving it around. "What are you - " he began, and then abruptly we had only a single rose, and it began to grow.

And not only the rose: vines were climbing up the bookshelves in every direction, twining themselves around ancient tomes and reaching out the window; the tall slender columns that made the arch of the doorway were lost among rising birches, spreading out long finger-branches; moss and violets were springing up across the floor, delicate ferns unfurling. Flowers were blooming everywhere: flowers I had never seen, s #Quote by Naomi Novik
Moluccas Flowers quotes by Rajneesh
#7. When you feel expansion of your consciousness, that is the most ecstatic experience possible, because suddenly you are the whole universe. Stars are within you. The sun rises within you and sets within you. The earth moves within you. The flowers blossom within you. #Quote by Rajneesh
Moluccas Flowers quotes by Charlotte Bronte
#8. I sought her eye, desirous to read there the intelligence which I could not discern in her face or hear in her conversation; it was merry, rather small; by turns I saw vivacity, vanity, coquetry, look out through its irid, but I watched in vain for a glimpse of soul. I am no Oriental; white necks, carmine lips and cheeks, clusters of bright curls, do not suffice for me without that Promethean spark which will live after the roses and lilies are faded, the burnished hair grown grey. In sunshine, in prosperity, the flowers are very well; but how many wet days are there in life
November seasons of disaster, when a man's hearth and home would be cold indeed, without the clear, cheering gleam of intellect. #Quote by Charlotte Bronte
Moluccas Flowers quotes by Philip Pullman
#9. And when we do find each other again, we'll cling together so tight that nothing and no one'll ever tear us apart. Every atom of me and every atom of you… We'll live in birds and flowers and and in those little specks of light you see floating in sunbeams. #Quote by Philip Pullman
Moluccas Flowers quotes by Mehmet Murat Ildan
#10. Little flowers get more attention than the big mountains simply because they emit love around themselves! #Quote by Mehmet Murat Ildan
Moluccas Flowers quotes by Brandon Flowers
#11. Crossfire's done very well. I knew it was a great song, but I didn't know it would be so big. #Quote by Brandon Flowers
Moluccas Flowers quotes by D.E. Stevenson
#12. She saw beauty in ordinary little things and took pleasure in it (and this was just as well because she had had very little pleasure in her life). She took pleasure in a well-made cake, a smoothly ironed napkin, a pretty blouse, laundered and pressed; she liked to see the garden well dug, the rich soil brown and gravid; she loved her flowers. When you are young you are too busy with yourself... you haven't time for ordinary little things but, when you leave youth behind, your eyes open and you see magic and mystery all around you: magic in the flight of a bird, the shape of a leaf, the bold arch of a bridge against the sky, footsteps at night and a voice calling in the darkness, the moment in a theatre before the curtain rises, the wind in the trees, or (in winter) an apple-branch clothed with pure white snow and icicles hanging from from a stone and sparkling with rainbow colours. #Quote by D.E. Stevenson
Moluccas Flowers quotes by John Kendrick Bangs
#13. Whatever be the depth of woe Along the path that I must go, I'll sing my song - My song of joy for all the love That's lavished on us from above, And count no loss of treasure-trove When things go wrong. I'll sing the sunlight, and the bright Soft smiling stars that gem the night; For gifts of good That God hath spread along my way, The lilt of birds in tuneful play, The harvests full and flowers gay, The whole day long I'll sing my song Of gratitude! #Quote by John Kendrick Bangs
Moluccas Flowers quotes by John Sandford
#14. Flowers said, "I got two bottles of water in the car."
"Get them. And get your gun," Lucas said.
"The gun? You think?"
"No. I just like to see you wearing the fuckin' gun for a change," Lucas said. "C'mon, let's get moving. #Quote by John Sandford
Moluccas Flowers quotes by Jade King
#15. Cats are the flowers in all animals kept at home. #Quote by Jade King
Moluccas Flowers quotes by Gregory Benford
#16. All our bright minds," Feynman said sardonically, "and we can't figure how to stop the enemy from dumping dirt on us." Freeman said with delicate precision, "We are hothouse flowers, really. Not made for the blunt edge of war." Nods #Quote by Gregory Benford
Moluccas Flowers quotes by David D. Flowers
#17. Jesus sets the boundaries of God's will. If it doesn't look like Christ, then it's outside the will of God. Jesus iS the will of God for us. #Quote by David D. Flowers
Moluccas Flowers quotes by Sarah Jio
#18. Nerver underestimate the power of flowers to reach someone's soul. #Quote by Sarah Jio
Moluccas Flowers quotes by Mahatma Gandhi
#19. Let every young man and woman be warned by my example, and understand that good handwriting is a necessary part of education. I am now of the opinion that children should first be taught the art of drawing before learning how to write. Let the child learn his letters by observation as he does different objects, such as flowers, birds, etc., and let him learn handwriting only after he has learnt to draw objects. He will then write a beautifully formed hand. #Quote by Mahatma Gandhi
Moluccas Flowers quotes by Percy Bysshe Shelley
#20. The leprous corpse, touch'd by this spirit tender,
Exhales itself in flowers of gentle breath;
Like incarnations of the stars, when splendour
Is chang'd to fragrance, they illumine death
And mock the merry worm that wakes beneath;
Nought we know, dies. Shall that alone which knows
Be as a sword consum'd before the sheath
By sightless lightning? - the intense atom glows
A moment, then is quench'd in a most cold repose. #Quote by Percy Bysshe Shelley
Moluccas Flowers quotes by Elizabeth Finn
#21. Your choice. Cunt or pussy, but so help me God, if you say some lame ass word like flower or lady garden you'll pay for it later, because I don't fuck gardens or flowers any more than I have a love sword attached to my groin. #Quote by Elizabeth Finn
Moluccas Flowers quotes by Barbara Holland
#22. One's own flowers and some of one's own vegetables make acceptable, free, self-congratulatory gifts when visiting friends, though giving zucchini - or leaving it on the doorstep, ringing the bell, and running - is a social faux pas. #Quote by Barbara Holland
Moluccas Flowers quotes by Lisa Kleypas
#23. They made their way to the dining room, where the air was blossom-scented and gilded with candlelight. The mammoth Jacobean table, with its legs and support rails carved like twisted rope, had been covered with pristine white linen. A row of broad silver baskets filled with billows of June roses rested on a long runner of frothy green maidenhair ferns. The walls had been lined with lush arrangements of palms, hydrangeas, azaleas and peonies, turning the room into an evening garden. Each place at the table had been set with glittering Irish crystal, Sèvres porcelain, and no fewer than twenty-four pieces of antique Georgian silver flatware per guest. #Quote by Lisa Kleypas
Moluccas Flowers quotes by Neil Gaiman
#24. That's oak leaf, for bravery. I've got Veronica and Honeysuckle, for fidelity and affection. And that's Peony, for shame. She lives under this rock."
"Did you make that up by yourself?"
"'Course not. That's the language of flowers. Everyone knows that."
"No, they don't. I don't."
"Everyone used to know. They sent each other messages. Like Bluebells means, 'I'll always love you' and Jasmine means 'We're friends.' and Asphodels... Asphodels are for the dead. #Quote by Neil Gaiman
Moluccas Flowers quotes by Jarod Kintz
#25. I'm a year older than 365 days ago, and I'm having trouble bending my knees and my lower back is killing me. Everything reminds me of death. Especially bending over all day to steal the flowers off all the graves in the cemetery. #Quote by Jarod Kintz
Moluccas Flowers quotes by Abraham Lincoln
#26. All my life I have tried to pluck a thistle and plant a flower wherever the flower would grow in thought and mind. #Quote by Abraham Lincoln
Moluccas Flowers quotes by Lurlene McDaniel
#27. Each generation stamps itself onto the next one. The impression is indelible. Like the flowers in my mother's gardens that come and go with the changing seasons, life re-creates itself. And the best of life must be nurtured if it is to thrive. #Quote by Lurlene McDaniel
Moluccas Flowers quotes by Antoine Lavoisier
#28. Experiments upon vegetation give reason to believe that light combines with certain parts of vegetables, and that the green of their leaves, and the various colors of flowers, is chiefly owing to this combination. #Quote by Antoine Lavoisier
Moluccas Flowers quotes by Edgar Allan Poe
#29. O craving heart, for the lost flowers/ And sunshine of my summer hours!/ The undying voice of that dead time,/ With its interminable chime,/ Rings in the spirit of a spell, / Upon thy emptiness
a knell. / I have not always been as now: #Quote by Edgar Allan Poe
Moluccas Flowers quotes by Judith McNaught
#30. He finished his meeting a few minutes later and almost rudely ejected his business acquaintances from his library, then he went in search of Elizabeth.
"She is out in the gardens, my lord," his butler informed him. A short while later Ian strolled out the French doors and started down the balcony steps to join her. She was bending down and snapping a withered rosebud from its stem. "It only hurts for a moment," she told the bush, "and it's for your own good. You'll see." With an embarrassed little smile she looked up at him. "It's a habit," she explained.
"It obviously works," he said with a tender smile, looking at the way the flowers bloomed about her skirts.
"How can you tell?"
"Because," he said quietly as she stood up, "until you walked into it, this was an ordinary garden."
Puzzled, Elizabeth tipped her head. "What is it now?"
Elizabeth's breath caught in her chest at the husky timbre of his voice and the desire in his eyes. He held out his hand to her, and, without realizing what she was doing, she lifted her hand and gave it to him, then she walked straight into his arms. For one breathless moment his smoldering eyes studied her face feature by feature while the pressure of his arms slowly increased, and then he bent his head. His sensual mouth claimed hers in a kiss of violent tenderness and tormenting desire while his hands slid over the sides of her breasts, and Elizabeth felt all her resistance, all her will, begin to #Quote by Judith McNaught
Moluccas Flowers quotes by William Shakespeare
#31. Sir, the year growing ancient,
Not yet on summer's death nor on the birth
Of trembling winter, the fairest flowers o' th' season
Are our carnations and streaked gillyvors,
Which some call nature's bastards. #Quote by William Shakespeare

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