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Romantic Daydreaming quotes by Elizabeth Gilbert
#1. Marriage is not simply a romantic union between two people; it's also a political and economic contract of the highest order. #Quote by Elizabeth Gilbert
Romantic Daydreaming quotes by Christina Lauren
#2. So here were the facts: I felt possessive of her. Not in a romantic sort of way, but in a "hit her over the head, drag her off by the hair, and fuck her" way. Like she was my toy and I was keeping the other boys in the sandbox from playing with her. How sick was that? If she ever heard me admit to that, she would cut off my balls and feed them to me. #Quote by Christina Lauren
Romantic Daydreaming quotes by Jacqueline Francis - The Journal
#3. I've noticed. What's up with you these days?"
Adrian returned the sandwich to the box as he debated over what to tell her. One thing he had never done, was lie to Ricky and he was not going to start now. "I…uh…I have an infection," he finally conceded – it was a half-truth, right? "It seems to be eating at my brain. #Quote by Jacqueline Francis - The Journal
Romantic Daydreaming quotes by Granville Penn
#4. Philosophers, if they have much imagination, are apt to let it loose as well as other people, and in such cases are sometimes led to mistake a fancy for a fact. Geologists, in particular, have very frequently amused themselves in this way, and it is not a little amusing to follow them in their fancies and their waking dreams. Geology, indeed, in this view, may be called a romantic science. #Quote by Granville Penn
Romantic Daydreaming quotes by Amanda Mackenzie Stuart
#5. In this instance, however, the answer was quite straightforward: "Men want women beautiful, romantic... birds of paradise instead of hurrying brown hens," said Bazaar in October 1945. As families were reestablished, there was a move toward a celebratory fashion of fecundity, with closer-fitting waists and rounder hips. #Quote by Amanda Mackenzie Stuart
Romantic Daydreaming quotes by Lindsay McKenna
#6. Giving him a wry look, Shiloh said, "I think you're forcing me to look at myself, what I want, who I am."
"Good relationships always do that for both people, Darlin'. It's just a natural progression between them. It can bring out our self-awareness. It's not easy. But it's rewarding. #Quote by Lindsay McKenna
Romantic Daydreaming quotes by Dawn Altieri
#7. You seriously have a Dalmatian? Is that, like, mandatory for a firefighter? #Quote by Dawn Altieri
Romantic Daydreaming quotes by Jessa Stephens
#8. Creating love stories that stand the test of time. #Quote by Jessa Stephens
Romantic Daydreaming quotes by Dave Matthes
#9. There's folly in her stride
that's the rumor
justified by lies
I've seen her up close
beneath the sheets
and sometime during the summer
she was mine for a few sweet months in the fall
and parts of December

((( To get to the heart of this unsolvable equation, one must first become familiar with the physical, emotional, and immaterial makeup as to what constitutes both war and peace. )))

I found her looking through a window
the same window I'd been looking through
She smiled and her eyes never faltered
this folly was a crime

((( The very essence of war is destructive, though throughout the years utilized as a means of creating peace, such an equation might seem paradoxical to the untrained eye. Some might say using evil to defeat evil is counterproductive, and gives more meaning to the word "futile". Others, like Edmund Burke, would argue that "the only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men and women to do nothing." )))

She had an identity I could identify with
something my fingertips could caress in the night

((( There is such a limitless landscape within the mind, no two minds are alike. And this is why as a race we will forever be at war with each other.
What constitutes peace is in the mind of the beholder. )))

Have you heard the argument?
This displacement of men and women
and women and men
the minds we all have
#Quote by Dave Matthes
Romantic Daydreaming quotes by Cassandra Clare
#10. Isabelle," he said. "What are you doing here?"
"Congratulations, Simon, that's a very romantic question," Isabelle told him. "Am I meant to take it as 'No, I didn't miss you, and I'm seeing other girls'? If so, don't worry about it. Why worry, when life is short? Specifically, your life, because I am going to cut off your head."
"I'm confused by what you're saying," Simon told her. #Quote by Cassandra Clare
Romantic Daydreaming quotes by Natalie J. Damschroder
#11. She was strength and power and so many things he'd pretended for twelve years he didn't miss, didn't need. #Quote by Natalie J. Damschroder
Romantic Daydreaming quotes by Bridie Clark
#12. I'd known since girlhood that I wanted to be a book editor. By high school, I'd pore over the acknowledgments section of novels I loved, daydreaming that someday a brilliant talent might see me as the person who 'made her book possible' or 'enhanced every page with editorial wisdom and insight.' Could I be the Maxwell Perkins to some future Hemingway, Fitzgerald, Wolfe? #Quote by Bridie Clark
Romantic Daydreaming quotes by Nina LaCour
#13. It's the opposite of the collapse of the fantasy.
It's what happens when the illusion pales in comparison to the truth. I'm seeing her for the first time. Not Ava Garden Wilder, the rags-to-riches granddaughter of Clyde Jones. Not a tragic, romantic heroine.
Just Ava.
And I am utterly in love. #Quote by Nina LaCour
Romantic Daydreaming quotes by Billy Squier
#14. Your lips are my persuasion, your love will be my cure. #Quote by Billy Squier
Romantic Daydreaming quotes by Lisa M. Klein
#15. Alone in my chamber, I fairly trembled with excitement. How could it be that I, who had never been kissed before, had kissed the Prince of Denmark himself, not once but many times? Did he really speak to me of love? It was beyond belief that I, humble Ophelia, should be wooed by Prince Hamlet. Surely I had imagined it. #Quote by Lisa M. Klein
Romantic Daydreaming quotes by Gary Coleman
#16. I never got the opportunity to be romantic or feel romantic with anyone. #Quote by Gary Coleman
Romantic Daydreaming quotes by Kami Garcia
#17. I'm a freak,you're a freak. Your house makes rooms disappear. My house makes people disappear. Your shut-in uncle is nuts, my shut-in dad is a lunatic, so i don't know what you think makes us different. -Ethan Wate #Quote by Kami Garcia
Romantic Daydreaming quotes by Jessica Park
#18. She looked into Matt's eyes. 'Even so, I love you.'
Matt smiled at her and winked. 'I know.'
Celeste and Julie both smacked him.
'This would be an appropriate time not to be a dork or a smartass,' Julie said.
Celeste popped her head into the front seat. 'Be the hero, Matty. Come on. You're supposed to be the hero now. The romantic lead.'
'I know that, too,' he said. Matt did not hesitate a moment longer. 'Julie, I love you. I absolutely love you.'
'Good,' Celeste said, satisfied. 'Now it's time to jump. #Quote by Jessica Park
Romantic Daydreaming quotes by Megan Karasch
#19. The other problem is that she hasn't arrived."
"Oh, yeah? And who is she?"
"Well, she is a remarkable, funny, classy woman who can say the word fuck without being trashy. She makes me laugh, is ambitious, loves me because I'm nice, not in spite of it, and is as nice in return. She is simply enchanting."
"Shooting for the stars there, aren't you, pal?"
"Shouldn't we all?"
I didn't know anymore, although I utterly envied his romanticism. #Quote by Megan Karasch
Romantic Daydreaming quotes by J.C. Reed
#20. The thing with love is, you cannot choose who you fall for. Falling in love often happens at the wrong time, in the wrong place, with the wrong person. Just as much as you cannot stop growing feelings for a certain man, there's no switch to turn off your heart. #Quote by J.C. Reed
Romantic Daydreaming quotes by Jaci Burton
#21. You made me face something I should have faced a long time ago. I'm grateful. And I should have never asked you to leave. You don't ask someone you to love to walk out of your life #Quote by Jaci Burton
Romantic Daydreaming quotes by Steve Carell
#22. People know where romantic comedies are going. It's not brain surgery to figure out the end of a romantic comedy. #Quote by Steve Carell
Romantic Daydreaming quotes by Lev Grossman
#23. Up until relatively recently, creating original characters from scratch wasn't a major part of an author's job description. When Virgil wrote The Aeneid, he didn't invent Aeneas; Aeneas was a minor character in Homer's Odyssey whose unauthorized further adventures Virgil decided to chronicle. Shakespeare didn't invent Hamlet and King Lear; he plucked them from historical and literary sources. Writers weren't the originators of the stories they told; they were just the temporary curators of them. Real creation was something the gods did.
All that has changed. Today the way we think of creativity is dominated by Romantic notions of individual genius and originality, and late-capitalist concepts of intellectual property, under which artists are businesspeople whose creations are the commodities they have for sale. #Quote by Lev Grossman
Romantic Daydreaming quotes by Marilyn Manson
#24. I fall in love with everything I also hate everything. It's very hard to be a misanthrope and a romantic. #Quote by Marilyn Manson
Romantic Daydreaming quotes by Jane Austen
#25. The Very first moment I beheld him, my heart was irrevocably gone. #Quote by Jane Austen
Romantic Daydreaming quotes by Jillian Murray
#26. I would love to do some crazy action or even a real romantic comedy. I think that would be really exciting. #Quote by Jillian Murray
Romantic Daydreaming quotes by Sir Laurens Van Der Post
#27. [The] Japanese were a people in a profound, inverse, reverse, or if I preferred it, even perverse sense, more in love with death than living. #Quote by Sir Laurens Van Der Post
Romantic Daydreaming quotes by Alexander Pope
#28. In this commonplace world every one is said to be romantic who either admires a fine thing or does one. #Quote by Alexander Pope
Romantic Daydreaming quotes by Malcolm Gladwell
#29. For every romantic possiblity, no matter how robust, there exists at least one equal and opposite sentence, phrase, or word capable of extinguishing it. #Quote by Malcolm Gladwell
Romantic Daydreaming quotes by Suneeta Misra
#30. The terror is trapped inside of him and paralyzes him. He closes his eyes again and tries to drown out the scream - but it keeps ringing and ringing and ringing in his ears. #Quote by Suneeta Misra
Romantic Daydreaming quotes by David Brooks
#31. Reason and emotion are not separate and opposed. Reason is nestled upon emotion and dependent upon it. Emotion assigns value to things, and reason can only make choices on the basis of those valuations. The human mind can be pragmatic because deep down it is romantic. #Quote by David Brooks
Romantic Daydreaming quotes by Glen Duncan
#32. For the longest time the romantic explanation for low rates of female infection endured: Possession of a womb, it was supposed, conferred a gentleness which simply could not bear the viciousness of a lycanthropic heart. Female werewolves, masculine idiocy maintained, must be killing themselves in crazy numbers ... It's quite extraordinary, given the wealth of historical evidence to the contrary, how long this fallacy of the gentler sex lasted, but the twentieth century (years before Myra and the girls of Abu Ghraib put their two penn'orth in) pretty much did away with it. Now we know: If women don't catch the werewolf bug, it's certainly not because they're sugar and spice and all things nice. #Quote by Glen Duncan
Romantic Daydreaming quotes by Rory Miller
#33. A common romantic script is the rescue. One person has a horrible past of abuse and betrayal and latches on to a romantic partner who wants to be the hero and protect her from all badness. The protection from harm quickly becomes a protection from consequences. The rescued princess uses the relationship as a safe environment where growth and becoming strong are not necessary. The relationship quickly becomes co-dependent. The victim cannot survive on her own, and the rescuer gets his identity from shielding her from the world. #Quote by Rory Miller
Romantic Daydreaming quotes by Virginia Alison
#34. When the inevitable meets the unstoppable, that is where souls turn to lust... #Quote by Virginia Alison
Romantic Daydreaming quotes by Eliza Lloyd
#35. So he was handsome. That fact did nothing to soften her feelings toward the walking interference she studied across the room. #Quote by Eliza Lloyd
Romantic Daydreaming quotes by Arundhati Roy
#36. Many people have accused me of having a romantic view, whereas I personally I feel sorry for those who have lost romance in their lives. #Quote by Arundhati Roy
Romantic Daydreaming quotes by Alain De Botton
#37. The start receives such disproportionate attention because it isn't deemed to be just one phase among many; for the Romantic, it contains in concentrated form everything significant about love as a whole. Which is why in so many love stories there is simply nothing else for the narrator to do with a couple after they have triumphed over a range of initial obstacles other than to consign them to an ill-defined contented future- or kill them off. What we typically call love is only the start of love. #Quote by Alain De Botton
Romantic Daydreaming quotes by Hugh Kenner
#38. The remoter poetry in particular was replete with effects, an effect being something hypnotic we cannot quite understand, whiteness of moon and wave related to the setting of Time in a manner "too subtle for the intellect." And all over Europe, by the late 19th century, poets had decided that effects were intrinsic to poetry, and were aiming at them by deliberate process. By the end of the century, in France, whole poems have been made "too subtle for the intellect," held together, as effects are, by the extra-semantic affinities of their words. Picking up a name that was once thrown around as their authors, we have learned to call them "Symbolist" poems. In the Symbolist poem the Romantic effect has become a structural principle, and we may say that Symbolism is scientific Romanticism, thus an effort to anticipate the work of time by aiming directly at the kind of existence a poem may have when a thousand years have deprived it of its dandelions and its mythologies, an existence purely linguistic, determined by the molecular bonds of half-understood words. #Quote by Hugh Kenner
Romantic Daydreaming quotes by Colleen Hoover
#39. If I took every romantic poem, every book, every song, and every movie I've ever read, heard or seen and extracted the breathtaking moments, somehow bottling them up, they would pale in comparison to this moment.

This moment is incomparable. #Quote by Colleen Hoover
Romantic Daydreaming quotes by F Scott Fitzgerald
#40. What a wonderful song, she thought-everything was wonderful tonight, most of all this romantic scene in the den with their hands clinging and the inevitable looming charmingly close. The future vista of her life seemed an unending succession of scenes like this: under moonlight and pale starlight, and in the backs of warm limousines and in low cosy roadsters stopped under sheltering trees-only the boy might change, and this one was so nice. #Quote by F Scott Fitzgerald
Romantic Daydreaming quotes by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
#41. This was love: a string of coincidences that gathered significance and became miracles. #Quote by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
Romantic Daydreaming quotes by Jamie McGuire
#42. No, I can't die because there are too many jackasses falling over themselves to take my place! I may live forever just to spite them! #Quote by Jamie McGuire
Romantic Daydreaming quotes by Alex Pettyfer
#43. I'm a hopeless romantic, I say very loudly and proudly. I get a lot of stick for it. #Quote by Alex Pettyfer

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