Autumn Winds Famous Quotes & Sayings

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39 Autumn Winds Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Autumn Winds Sayings By Haruki Murakami: The morning air of the pasture turned steadily cooler. Day by day, the bright golden The morning air of the pasture turned steadily cooler. Day by day, the bright golden leaves of the birches turned more spotted as the first winds of winter slipped between the withered branches and across the highlands toward the southeast. Stopping in the center of the pasture, I could hear the winds clearly. No turning back, they pronounced. The brief autumn was gone. — Haruki Murakami
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Autumn Winds Sayings By Dan Millman: Autumn leaves shower like gold, like rainbows, as the winds of change begin to blow, Autumn leaves shower like gold, like rainbows, as the winds of change begin to blow, signaling the later days of autumn. — Dan Millman
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Autumn Winds Sayings By Lysa TerKeurst: I realize how desperately I need grace, therefore I try to lavishly give it. I realize how desperately I need grace, therefore I try to lavishly give it. — Lysa TerKeurst
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Autumn Winds Sayings By Wallace Stevens: In a world of universal povertyThe philosophers alone will be fatAgainst the autumn windsIn an In a world of universal poverty
The philosophers alone will be fat
Against the autumn winds
In an autumn that will be perpetual. — Wallace Stevens
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Autumn Winds Sayings By Muriel Spark: You look for one thing and you find another. You look for one thing and you find another. — Muriel Spark
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Autumn Winds Sayings By Reginald Heber: The flowers of Spring may wither, the hope of Summer fade, The Autumn droop in The flowers of Spring may wither, the hope of Summer fade, The Autumn droop in Winter, the birds forsake the shade; The winds be lull'd - the Sun and Moon forget their old decree, But we in Nature's latest hour, O Lord! will cling to Thee. — Reginald Heber
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Autumn Winds Sayings By Mary Elizabeth Frye: Do not stand at my grave and weep;I am not there. I do not sleep.I Do not stand at my grave and weep;
I am not there. I do not sleep.
I am a thousand winds that blow.
I am the diamond glints on snow.
I am the sunlight on ripened grain.
I am the gentle autumn rain.
When you awaken in the morning's hush
I am the swift uplifting rush
Of quiet birds in circled flight.
I am the soft stars that shine at night.
Do not stand at my grave and cry;
I am not there. I did not die. — Mary Elizabeth Frye
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Autumn Winds Sayings By John Milton: And these gems of Heav'n, her starry train. And these gems of Heav'n, her starry train. — John Milton
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Autumn Winds Sayings By Bruno Schulz: For us old-age pensioners, autumn is on the whole a dangerous season. He who knows For us old-age pensioners, autumn is on the whole a dangerous season. He who knows how difficult it is for us to achieve any stability at all, how difficult it is to avoid distraction or destruction by one's own hand, will understant tha autumn, its winds, disturbances, and atmospheric confusions, does not favour our existence, which is precarious anyway. — Bruno Schulz
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Autumn Winds Sayings By Sarah Micklem: I knew by the signs it would be a hard winter. The hollies bore a I knew by the signs it would be a hard winter. The hollies bore a heavy crop of berries and birds stripped them bare. Crows quarreled in reaped fields and owls cried in the mountains, mournful as widows. Fur and moss grew thicker than usual. Cold rains came, driven sideways through the trees by north winds, and snows followed. — Sarah Micklem
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Autumn Winds Sayings By Truman Capote: Autumns reward western Kansas for the evils that the remaining seasons impose: winter's rough Colorado Autumns reward western Kansas for the evils that the remaining seasons impose: winter's rough Colorado winds and hip-high, sheep-slaughtering snows; the slushes and the strange land fogs of spring; and summer, when even crows seek the puny shade, and the tawny infinitude of wheatstalks bristle, blaze. At last, after September, another weather arrives, an Indian summer that occasionally endures until Christmas. — Truman Capote
Autumn Winds Sayings By Jim Butcher: The moon rose in silver splendor into an October sky strewn with pale clouds and The moon rose in silver splendor into an October sky strewn with pale clouds and brilliant stars. The clouds churned, a white-foam sea, and the moon was a vast, graceful clipper ship, its sails full of spectral light as it ran before the strength of the cold autumn winds. — Jim Butcher
Autumn Winds Sayings By Jack Black: Looking back at it, it seems to me that I was blown here and there Looking back at it, it seems to me that I was blown here and there like a dead leaf whipped about by the autumn winds till at last it finds lodgment in some cozy fence corner. When I left school at fourteen I was as unsophisticated as a boy could be; I knew no more of the world and its strange ways than the gentle, saintly woman who taught me my prayers in the convent. Before me twentieth birthday I was on the docket of criminal court, on trial for burglary. — Jack Black
Autumn Winds Sayings By Robert Genn: Abstraction generally involves implication, suggestion and mystery, rather than obvious description. Abstraction generally involves implication, suggestion and mystery, rather than obvious description. — Robert Genn
Autumn Winds Sayings By William C. Bryant: The melancholy days are come, the saddest of the year, Of wailing winds, and naked The melancholy days are come, the saddest of the year, Of wailing winds, and naked woods and meadows brown and sear. — William C. Bryant
Autumn Winds Sayings By Emily Bronte: The old church tower and garden wallAre black with autumn rainAnd dreary winds foreboding callThe The old church tower and garden wall
Are black with autumn rain
And dreary winds foreboding call
The darkness down again — Emily Bronte
Autumn Winds Sayings By Casey Treat: Character is BUILT by repeatedly choosing the best over the easiest. Character is BUILT by repeatedly choosing the best over the easiest. — Casey Treat
Autumn Winds Sayings By Peggy Toney Horton: As I drift through the autumn of my life like a fallen leaf blown about As I drift through the autumn of my life like a fallen leaf blown about by the winds of time, I sometimes ponder my destiny. — Peggy Toney Horton
Autumn Winds Sayings By John Muir: Climb the mountains and get their good tidings. Nature's peace will flow into you as Climb the mountains and get their good tidings. Nature's peace will flow into you as sunshine flows into trees. The winds will blow their own freshness into you, and the storms their energy, while cares will drop away from you like the leaves of Autumn. — John Muir
Autumn Winds Sayings By Christy Turlington: It is education that will arm us with the tools that will enable us to It is education that will arm us with the tools that will enable us to succeed and put a stop to the rising rates of preventable death. — Christy Turlington
Autumn Winds Sayings By Dalai Lama XIV: Exile has enabled me to discover the rest of the world, to meet other peoples, Exile has enabled me to discover the rest of the world, to meet other peoples, to get to know other traditions. Nothing could be more valuable. — Dalai Lama XIV
Autumn Winds Sayings By Kahlil Gibran: Oftentimes we call Life bitter names, but only when we ourselves are bitter and dark. Oftentimes we call Life bitter names, but only when we ourselves are bitter and dark. And we deem her empty and unprofitable, but only when the soul goes wandering in desolate places, and the heart is drunken with overmindfulness of self.
Life is deep and high and distant; and though only your vast vision can reach even her feet, yet she is near; and though only the breath of your breath reaches her heart, the shadow of your shadow crosses her face, and the echo of your faintest cry becomes a spring and an autumn in her breast.
And life is veiled and hidden, even as your greater self is hidden and veiled. Yet when Life speaks, all the winds become words; and when she speaks again, the smiles upon your lips and the tears in your eyes turn also into words. When she sings, the deaf hear and are held; and when she comes walking, the sightless behold her and are amazed and follow her in wonder and astonishment. — Kahlil Gibran
Autumn Winds Sayings By Pat McBride: Problems are gifts from heaven to help every one of us to grow but for Problems are gifts from heaven to help every one of us to grow but for those who are to grow the most, heaven bestows rejection.

Today is not bad just because yesterday seemed better.

All the keys to joy can be reduced to these two. Laugh but at no one's expense and love but without expectation. — Pat McBride
Autumn Winds Sayings By Kahlil Gibran: Life is deep and high and distant; and though only your vast vision can reach Life is deep and high and distant; and though only your vast vision can reach even her feet, yet she is near; and though only the breath of your breath reaches her heart, the shadow of your shadow crosses her face, and the echo of your faintest cry becomes a spring and an autumn in her breast.
And life is veiled and hidden, even as your greater self is hidden and veiled. Yet when Life speaks, all the winds become words; and when she speaks again, the smiles upon your lips and the tears in your eyes turn also into words. When she sings, the deaf hear and are held; and when she comes walking, the sightless behold her and are amazed and follow her in wonder and astonishment. - The Garden of The Prophet — Kahlil Gibran
Autumn Winds Sayings By AnneMarie Dapp: A full harvest moon lit the sky. In its glow, there appeared an old woman A full harvest moon lit the sky. In its glow, there appeared an old woman dressed in black lace. A shimmering veil covered her head. With her back to the old oak tree, she keened wildly. Her cry was carried by the autumn winds and lost on the wings of the nightingales. — AnneMarie Dapp
Autumn Winds Sayings By Wendell Berry: To cherish what remains of the Earth and to foster its renewal is our only To cherish what remains of the Earth and to foster its renewal is our only legitimate hope of survival. — Wendell Berry
Autumn Winds Sayings By Peggy Toney Horton: Where did the time go? Yesterday, I was a girl, and today, I suddenly find Where did the time go? Yesterday, I was a girl, and today, I suddenly find myself in the autumn of my years with the cold winds of winter breathing down my neck. — Peggy Toney Horton
Autumn Winds Sayings By H.P. Lovecraft: My opinion of my whole experience varies from time to time. In broad daylight, and My opinion of my whole experience varies from time to time. In broad daylight, and at most seasons I am apt to think the greater part of it a mere dream; but sometimes in the autumn, about two in the morning when winds and animals howl dismally, there comes from inconceivable depths below a damnable suggestions of rhythmical throbbing ... and I feel that the transition of Juan Romero was a terrible one indeed. — H.P. Lovecraft
Autumn Winds Sayings By Jaime Allison Parker: October air, complete with dancing leaves and sighing winds greeted him as he stepped from October air, complete with dancing leaves and sighing winds greeted him as he stepped from the bus onto the dusty highway. Coolness embraced. The scent of burning wood hung crisp in the air from somewhere far in the distance. His backpack dropped in a flutter of dust. He surveyed dying cornfields from the gas station bus stop. Seeing this place, for the first time in over twenty years, brought back a flood of memories, long buried and forgotten. — Jaime Allison Parker
Autumn Winds Sayings By Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe: Glib tongues frill up their hash of knowledgefor mankind in polished speechesthat are no more Glib tongues frill up their hash of knowledge
for mankind in polished speeches
that are no more than vaporous winds
rustling the fallen leaves in autumn. — Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
Autumn Winds Sayings By A.S.A Harrison: Autumn can be glorious but menacing too - the long shadows, brisk winds, scurrying leaves, Autumn can be glorious but menacing too - the long shadows, brisk winds, scurrying leaves, impending frost. — A.S.A Harrison
Autumn Winds Sayings By Elizabeth Stuart: Autumn in the Highlands would be brief - a glorious riot of color blazing red Autumn in the Highlands would be brief - a glorious riot of color blazing red across the moors and gleaming every shade of gold in the forests of sheltered glens. Those achingly beautiful images would be painted again and again across the hills and in the shivering waters of the mountain tarns until the harsh winds of winter sent the last quaking leaf to its death on the frozen ground. — Elizabeth Stuart
Autumn Winds Sayings By Monica Baldwin: The Sussex lanes were very lovely in the autumn ... spendthrift gold and glory of The Sussex lanes were very lovely in the autumn ... spendthrift gold and glory of the year-end ... earth scents and the sky winds and all the magic of the countryside which is ordained for the healing of the soul. — Monica Baldwin
Autumn Winds Sayings By William Wordsworth: Wild is the music of autumnal winds Amongst the faded woods. Wild is the music of autumnal winds Amongst the faded woods. — William Wordsworth
Autumn Winds Sayings By Mao Zedong: Peitaho Heavy rains fall on Yuyen, the northland kingdom of swallows. White pages of rain Peitaho Heavy rains fall on Yuyen, the northland kingdom of swallows. White pages of rain envelop the sky, and fishing boats off the Island of the Emperor Chin disappear on the ocean. Which way have they gone? More than a thousand years ago the mighty emperor Tsao Tsao cracked his whip and drove his army against the Tartars. He left us a poem: "Let us move east to the Stone Mountains." Today we still shiver in the autumn gale, in desolate winds, yet another man is in the world. — Mao Zedong
Autumn Winds Sayings By Rafael Gurkovsky: Keep Plants Nearby Even if it's just a small pot of green, plants can actually Keep Plants Nearby Even if it's just a small pot of green, plants can actually work wonders for your concentration. This has been proven after two studies performed in 2011 and 2013. According to psychologists from the University of Michigan, plants are part of the "attention restoration theory" which basically means it restores your focus on the work with just one quick glimpse. Don't forget that the green color of plants is also excellent for the eyes so you're basically "refreshing" your mind and vision through a simple plant. With you practically rejuvenated, your work productivity should increase. — Rafael Gurkovsky
Autumn Winds Sayings By Walter Rauschenbusch: God, we thank you for this earth, our homes; for the wide sky and the God, we thank you for this earth, our homes; for the wide sky and the blessed sun, for the salt sea and the running water, for the everlasting hills and the never resting winds, for trees and the common grass underfoot. We thank you for our senses by which we hear the songs of birds, and see the splendor of the summer fields, and taste of the autumn fruits, and rejoice in the feel of the snow, and smell the breath of the spring. Grant us a heart wide open to all this beauty; and save our souls from being so blind that we pass unseeing when even the common thorn bush is aflame with your glory. — Walter Rauschenbusch
Autumn Winds Sayings By Mehmet Murat Ildan: A lonely Autumn leaf on the road by sticking to another one becomes more resistant A lonely Autumn leaf on the road by sticking to another one becomes more resistant to harsh winds. Unity is the midwife of security! — Mehmet Murat Ildan
Autumn Winds Sayings By T.H. White: These marvels were great and comfortable ones, but in the old England there was a These marvels were great and comfortable ones, but in the old England there was a greater still. The weather behaved itself.
In the spring all the little flowers came out obediently in the meads, and the dew sparkled, and the birds sang; in the summer it was beautifully hot for no less than four months, and, if it did rain just enough for agricultural purposes, they managed to arrange it so that it rained while you were in bed; in the autumn the leaves flamed and rattled before the west winds, tempering their sad adieu with glory; and in the winter, which was confined by statute to two months, the snow lay evenly, three feet thick, but never turned into slush. — T.H. White