Cold Seasons Famous Quotes & Sayings

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46 Cold Seasons Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Cold Seasons Sayings By Lailah Gifty Akita: Life is defined by time and seasons. Summer brings sunshine, warm and flowering. Spring brings Life is defined by time and seasons. Summer brings sunshine, warm and flowering. Spring brings warmth and blossoms of flowers. Fall brings the falling of leaves and cool days. Winter brings cold dry harsh weather and trees are without leaves. — Lailah Gifty Akita
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Cold Seasons Sayings By Rainbow Rowell: God, she'd never even been able to imagine this much cold before.How could people live God, she'd never even been able to imagine this much cold before.
How could people live someplace that so obviously didn't want them? All that romance about snow and seasons ... You shouldn't have to make a special effort not to die every time you left your house. — Rainbow Rowell
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Cold Seasons Sayings By Tove Jansson: The quiet transition from autumn to winter is not a bad time at all. It's The quiet transition from autumn to winter is not a bad time at all. It's a time for protecting and securing things and for making sure you've got in as many supplies as you can. It's nice to gather together everything you possess as close to you as possible, to store up your warmth and your thoughts and burrow yourself into a deep hole inside, a core of safety where you can defend what is important and precious and your very own. Then the cold and the storms and the darkness can do their worst. They can grope their way up the walls looking for a way in, but they won't find one, everything is shut, and you sit inside, laughing in your warmth and your solitude, for you have had foresight. — Tove Jansson
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Cold Seasons Sayings By Meg Donohue: Her fragility makes her uncomfortable, but it has a familiarity, too, like the biting cold Her fragility makes her uncomfortable, but it has a familiarity, too, like the biting cold of winter that you only half forget during other seasons. — Meg Donohue
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Cold Seasons Sayings By Adina Rishe Gewirtz: Outside, I could smell the Zebra. Even if for some reason I stopped feeling cold Outside, I could smell the Zebra. Even if for some reason I stopped feeling cold or hot or rain or sun, I bet I could close my eyes and still tell which season I was in just by the smell of the trees and dirt there. Spring was sweet mud and flowers. Fall has a kind of moldy edge to it, and winter was all dust and bark. As for summer, the Zebra carried a mossy, thick aroma full of baking leaves and oozing sap, which I guessed was its growing smell. — Adina Rishe Gewirtz
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Cold Seasons Sayings By Nithin Purple: If seasons diseases be, consider human's too, his fate same it's trueRudest time steels, and If seasons diseases be, consider human's too, his fate same it's true
Rudest time steels, and murders through fever, pain, amid all in woe.
Swelling then cold, yet numb, in young and old, fearing wildest swell,
See it turns the sweetest singers throats, and morrow, a garland will.

On 'Seasons A Dirge'-A Dirge
For A Diseased Friend Who Died Of Fever In 2013 — Nithin Purple
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Cold Seasons Sayings By Charlotte Eriksson: I used to be fine in my lonelinessbut somethingor someonesnapped me out of itand showed I used to be fine in my loneliness
but something
or someone
snapped me out of it
and showed me company. What it's like to feel at home,
and so the going on by myself part wasn't as easy anymore.
Seasons happened and things got colder and harder and suddenly I found myself smoking circles in the air
by myself in the snow
and I was not okay. — Charlotte Eriksson
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Cold Seasons Sayings By Stefano Benni: The winter was blasting its cold winds of dire portent into the tender face of The winter was blasting its cold winds of dire portent into the tender face of springtime. — Stefano Benni
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Cold Seasons Sayings By Sun Tzu: Opportunistic relationships can hardly be kept constant. The acquaintance of honorable people, even at a Opportunistic relationships can hardly be kept constant. The acquaintance of honorable people, even at a distance, does not add flowers in times of warmth and does not change its leaves in times of cold: it continues unfading through the four seasons, becomes increasingly stable as it passes through ease and danger. — Sun Tzu
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Cold Seasons Sayings By Daniel Arsand: Winter, then spring, summer, and soon autumn. All seasons are one, ice-cold, featureless, a hell Winter, then spring, summer, and soon autumn. All seasons are one, ice-cold, featureless, a hell of dreariness. — Daniel Arsand
Cold Seasons Sayings By Shannon Hale: That year, when the trees burned the fire of late summer into their leaves and That year, when the trees burned the fire of late summer into their leaves and the ground mist was a ghost of the river, long and wet and cold, the aunt looked from her windows to the walls around her and imagined another winter inside them. She began to see the world as a bird sees bars, and she scratched her arms beneath her sleeves. — Shannon Hale
Cold Seasons Sayings By Alan Lightman: But why are we attracted to symmetry? Why do we human beings delight in seeing But why are we attracted to symmetry? Why do we human beings delight in seeing perfectly round planets through the lens of a telescope and six-sided snowflakes on a cold winter day? The answer must be partly psychological. I would claim that symmetry represents order, and we crave order in this strange universe we find ourselves in. The search for symmetry, and the emotional pleasure we derive when we find it, must help us make sense of the world around us, just as we find satisfaction in the repetition of the seasons and the reliability of friendships. Symmetry is also economy. Symmetry is simplicity. Symmetry is elegance. — Alan Lightman
Cold Seasons Sayings By Richelle E. Goodrich: Autumn is a cunning muse who steals by degrees my warmth and light. So distracted Autumn is a cunning muse who steals by degrees my warmth and light. So distracted by her glorious painting of colors, I scarcely realize my losses until the last fiery leaf has fallen to the ground and the final pumpkin shrinks. Autumn departs with a cold kiss, leaving me to suffer the frigid grasp of winter in prolonged nightfall. — Richelle E. Goodrich
Cold Seasons Sayings By Whitney Otto: I have an affection for those transitional seasons, the way they take the edge off I have an affection for those transitional seasons, the way they take the edge off the intense cold of winter, or heat of summer. — Whitney Otto
Cold Seasons Sayings By Ray Bradbury: Why love the woman who is your wife? Her nose breathes in the air of Why love the woman who is your wife? Her nose breathes in the air of a world that I know; therefore I love that nose. Her ears hear music I might sing half the night through; therefore I love her ears. Her eyes delight in seasons of the land; and so I love those eyes. Her tongue knows quince, peach, chokeberry, mint and lime; I love to hear it speaking. Because her flesh knows heat, cold, affliction, I know fire, snow, and pain. Shared and once again shared experience. — Ray Bradbury
Cold Seasons Sayings By Emily Bronte: In the chamber of death ... I see a repose that neither earth nor hell In the chamber of death ... I see a repose that neither earth nor hell can break, and I feel an assurance of the endless and shadowless hereafter-the Eternity they have entered-where life is boundless in its duration, and love in its sympathy, and joy in its fullness ... One might doubt in seasons of cold reflection; but not then in the presence of her corpse. It asserted its own tranquility, which seemed a pledge of equal quiet to its former inhabitant. — Emily Bronte
Cold Seasons Sayings By George MacDonald: It was not that the youth had turned again from the hope of rest in It was not that the youth had turned again from the hope of rest in the Son of Man; but that, as everyone knows who knows anything of the human spirit, there must be in its history days and seasons, mornings and nights, yea deepest midnights. It has its alternating summer and winter, its storm and shine, its soft dews and its tempests of lashing hail, its cold moons and prophetic stars, its pale twilights of saddest memory, and its golden gleams of brightest hope. — George MacDonald
Cold Seasons Sayings By Barbara Kingsolver: Summer's heat had never really arrived, nor the cold in it's turn, and everything living Summer's heat had never really arrived, nor the cold in it's turn, and everything living now seemed to yearn for sun with the anguish of the unloved. The world of sensible seasons had come undone. — Barbara Kingsolver
Cold Seasons Sayings By Marya Hornbacher: At the lip of a cliff, I look out over Lake Superior, through the bare At the lip of a cliff, I look out over Lake Superior, through the bare branches of birches and the snow-covered branches of aspens and pines. A hard wind blows snow up out of a cavern and over my face. I know this place, I know its seasons - I have hiked these mountains in the summer and walked these winding pathways in the explosion of colour that is a northern fall. And now, the temperature drops well below zero and the deadly cold lake rages below, I feel the stirrings of faith that here, in this place, in my heart, spring will come again.
But first the winter must be waited out. And that waiting has worth. — Marya Hornbacher
Cold Seasons Sayings By Rudyard Kipling: A thin grey fog hung over the city, and the streets were very cold; for A thin grey fog hung over the city, and the streets were very cold; for summer was in England. — Rudyard Kipling
Cold Seasons Sayings By David Paul Kirkpatrick: And in the fall, the cold would wither that which was known, scattering new seed. And in the fall, the cold would wither that which was known, scattering new seed. In the spring, that which had been sleeping awoke and a new season of beauty began. For Life seeks life and builds a bridge across the darkest valley. — David Paul Kirkpatrick
Cold Seasons Sayings By Michelle Geaney: As the seasons age us I close my eyes and wish for snowAlas the Irish As the seasons age us
I close my eyes and wish for snow
Alas the Irish seasons been foretold
For Spring will dawn and I will go
Into another season Jack Frost cold.
And when its here, I wish for night
As childhood memories flash right by
To see the birds in humble flight
I wish for Summer with a sigh
And on I go to months so sweet
Dawns sweet chorus and sunbeams bright
I yearn for Autumn leaves under feet
Yet now I dream of Winters night
As Auld Lang Syne rings in New Year
Alas! I'm one year older as Spring draws near. — Michelle Geaney
Cold Seasons Sayings By Kellie Elmore: Winter is much like unrequited love; cold and merciless. Winter is much like unrequited love; cold and merciless. — Kellie Elmore
Cold Seasons Sayings By D. Alexander Neill: Thus unto winter's chill embrace I turnWho once the summer's sun did blithely bide 'Neath Thus unto winter's chill embrace I turn
Who once the summer's sun did blithely bide
'Neath solemn visage cold and fair and stern
In her cool breast my hot heart to confide.
Denied the warmth and wit of summer's sun
Or springtime's strength, and bright, melodious song
I dreamed not to complete what I'd begun
Nor dared to haste the laggard hours along.
But now with spring and summer sun at rest
Laid bare before bright winter's pale charms
I would for love of her lay down my quest
And take my ease in Winter-Lady's arms.
Before her beauty fair 'neath snow-swept sky
All other seasons blanch and fade, and die.
- The Lost Knight's Lament, "Winter's Lady" (Forthcoming) — D. Alexander Neill
Cold Seasons Sayings By Ralph Helfer: Trees are like people and give the answers to the way of Man. They grow Trees are like people and give the answers to the way of Man. They grow from the top down. Children, like treetops, have flexibility of youth, and sway more than larger adults at the bottom. They are more vulnerable to the elements, and are put to the test of survival by life's strong winds, rain, freezing cold, and hot sun. Constantly challenged. As they mature, they journey down the tree, strengthening the family unit until one day they have become big hefty branches. In the stillness below, having weathered the seasons, they now relax in their old age, no longer subject to the stress from above. It's always warmer and more enclosed at the base of the tree. The members remain protected and strong as they bear the weight and give support to the entire tree. They have the endurance. — Ralph Helfer
Cold Seasons Sayings By Munia Khan: If you allow coldness to engulf you before winter, season is helpless to help you. If you allow coldness to engulf you before winter, season is helpless to help you. — Munia Khan
Cold Seasons Sayings By Morgan Llywelyn: She enjoys rain for its wetness, winter for its cold, summer for its heat. She She enjoys rain for its wetness, winter for its cold, summer for its heat. She loves rainbows as much for fading as for their brilliance. It is easy for her, she opens her heart and accepts everything. — Morgan Llywelyn
Cold Seasons Sayings By Richelle E. Goodrich: The first real day of spring is like the first time a boy holds your The first real day of spring is like the first time a boy holds your hand. A flood of skin-tingling warmth consumes you, and everything shines with a fresh, colorful glow, making you forget that anything as cold and harsh as winter ever existed. — Richelle E. Goodrich
Cold Seasons Sayings By Donna Lynn Hope: Seasons of the heart. To get through what I must I'm often encased in ice Seasons of the heart. To get through what I must I'm often encased in ice and for months he chips away until he can see my face and after a while, I begin to thaw. As warmth and feeling returns, my emotions continue to build until my personality is set on fire. When he leaves, the fire dwindles until there is but a flicker. Then there is stillness and winter returns. — Donna Lynn Hope
Cold Seasons Sayings By Ernest Hemingway,: With so many trees in the city, you could see the spring coming each day With so many trees in the city, you could see the spring coming each day until a night of warm wind would bring it suddenly in one morning. Sometimes the heavy cold rains would beat it back so that it would seem that it would never come and that you were losing a season out of your life. This was the only truly sad time in Paris because it was unnatural. You expected to be sad in the fall. Part of you died each year when the leaves fell from the trees and their branches were bare against the wind and the cold, wintry light. But you knew there would always be the spring, as you knew the river would flow again after it was frozen. When the cold rains kept on and killed the spring, it was as though a young person had died for no reason.
In those days, though, the spring always came finally but it was frightening that it had nearly failed. — Ernest Hemingway,
Cold Seasons Sayings By David Brainard: Such fatigues and hardship as these serve to wean me more from the earth; and, Such fatigues and hardship as these serve to wean me more from the earth; and, I trust, will make heaven the sweeter. Formerly, when I was thus exposed to cold, rain, etc., I was ready to please myself with the thoughts of enjoying a comfortable house, a warm fire, and other outward comforts; but now these have less place in my heart (through the grace of God) and my eye is more to God for comfort. In this world I expect tribulation; and it does not now, as formerly, appear strange to me; I don't in such seasons of difficulty flatter myself that it will be better hereafter; but rather think how much worse it might be; how much greater trials others of God's children have endured; and how much greater are yet perhaps reserved for me. Blessed be God that he makes the comfort to me, under my sharpest trials; and scarce ever lets these thoughts be attended with terror or melancholy; but they are attended frequently with great joy. — David Brainard
Cold Seasons Sayings By David Almond: She told us about the goddess called Persephone, who was forced to spend half a She told us about the goddess called Persephone, who was forced to spend half a year in the darkness deep underground. Winter happened when she was trapped inside the earth. The days shrank, they became cold and short and dark. Living things hid themselves away. Spring came when she was released and made her slow way up to the world again. The world became brighter and bolder in order to welcome her back. It began to be filled with warmth and light. The animals dared to wake, they dared to have their young. Plants dared to send out buds and shoots. Life dared to come back. — David Almond
Cold Seasons Sayings By William Shakespeare: Here feel we but the penalty of Adam,The seasons' difference, as the icy fangAnd churlish Here feel we but the penalty of Adam,
The seasons' difference, as the icy fang
And churlish chiding of the winter's wind,
Which, when it bites and blows upon my body,
Even till I shrink with cold, I smile. — William Shakespeare
Cold Seasons Sayings By Al Burian: I like Fall, tending to prefer the transitional seasons, because they don't have weather, just I like Fall, tending to prefer the transitional seasons, because they don't have weather, just foreshadowing. It's not cold yet, but it's getting colder. You look hippest in this weather, dressed in your faux-proletariat thrift store jacket and long pants to hide your dorky knees. Fall seems pregnant with the possibility of simpler things, a straight-forward future. — Al Burian
Cold Seasons Sayings By Auliq Ice: The most racket time of the year for those that don't know, is the warmest The most racket time of the year for those that don't know, is the warmest of the four seasons and the winter as it is so cold and felt in your heart. — Auliq Ice
Cold Seasons Sayings By Shannon Hale: The to Cathal was battered and only one wagon wide, with swells of hard earth The to Cathal was battered and only one wagon wide, with swells of hard earth where mud had frozen during cold ad rainy seasons. Enna tripped often, and cursed each time she tripped, until Dasha said, "Enna, you might watch your language."
Enna grimaced. "I was. You should hear my thoughts. — Shannon Hale
Cold Seasons Sayings By Charlotte Bronte: I sought her eye, desirous to read there the intelligence which I could not discern 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. — Charlotte Bronte
Cold Seasons Sayings By Elizabeth Gilbert: She had dearly missed the northern world during her time in the South Seas. She She had dearly missed the northern world during her time in the South Seas. She had missed the change of seasons, and the hard, bright, bracing sunlight of winter. She had missed the rigors of a cold climate, and the rigors of the mind, as well. She was simply not made for the tropics
neither in complexion or disposition. There were those who loved Tahiti because it felt to them like Eden
like the beginning of history; she wished to live within humanity's most recent moment, at the cusp of invention and progress. She did not wish to inhabit a land of spirits and ghosts; she desired a world of telegraphs, trains, improvements, theories, and science, where things changed by the day. — Elizabeth Gilbert
Cold Seasons Sayings By William Shakespeare: Thus sometimes hath the brightest day a cloud;And after summer evermore succeedsBarren winter, with his Thus sometimes hath the brightest day a cloud;
And after summer evermore succeeds
Barren winter, with his wrathful nipping cold:
So cares and joys abound, as seasons fleet. — William Shakespeare
Cold Seasons Sayings By Kurt Vonnegut: One sort of optional thing you might do is to realize there are six seasons One sort of optional thing you might do is to realize there are six seasons instead of four. The poetry of four seasons is all wrong for this part of the planet, and this may explain why we are so depressed so much of the time. I mean, Spring doesn't feel like Spring a lot of the time, and November is all wrong for Fall and so on. Here is the truth about the seasons: Spring is May and June! What could be springier than May and June? Summer is July and August. Really hot, right? Autumn is September and October. See the pumpkins? Smell those burning leaves. Next comes the season called "Locking." That is when Nature shuts everything down. November and December aren't Winter. They're Locking. Next comes Winter, January and February. Boy! Are they ever cold! What comes next? Not Spring. Unlocking comes next. What else could April be? — Kurt Vonnegut
Cold Seasons Sayings By Shannon L. Alder: I waited for the seasons of love to pass from this cold winter to the I waited for the seasons of love to pass from this cold winter to the summer heat I dreamed of. — Shannon L. Alder
Cold Seasons Sayings By Rue: Winter teetered on the verge of succumbing to the returning sun, but today the breeze Winter teetered on the verge of succumbing to the returning sun, but today the breeze still preferred the touch of snowflakes — Rue
Cold Seasons Sayings By Forrest Curran: A great tree develops over time and can tell stories not only those of happiness, A great tree develops over time and can tell stories not only those of happiness, but also those that contain pain from what it has seen over the years, and as a result is the wise ancient tree that it is today. As the seasons change, the tree naturally goes through changes as well: where the leaves turn yellow and orange in the fall, falling by the Winter, returning in the Spring, and with full set of new leafs by the Summer. Love is no different in that there will be times when we are fully naked in the Winter, and left to wonder about Spring when it seemed so easy to love, yet the wise tree knows that no winter will last forever no matter how cold it may be. — Forrest Curran
Cold Seasons Sayings By Laura Kasischke: An early spring started one morning in March with a swarm of sudden, glassy, bird An early spring started one morning in March with a swarm of sudden, glassy, bird cries, and then the cool jewelry of primrose and violet loosened themselves in the dirt. Then summer burst into the world like a gorgeous car accident- opening eyes all over our bodies in the brilliant light. Fall- the smell of pumpkin guts, sluttish and unsweetened. Until winter fell all over us like pieces of heaven, glazed with oxygen or ether, hitting the grounder in small, cold shards. It was like a year in Eden where no Eve had ever lived. — Laura Kasischke
Cold Seasons Sayings By Seanan McGuire: Wisconsin doesn't look kindly on the weeks that slip in between the death of cold Wisconsin doesn't look kindly on the weeks that slip in between the death of cold and the birth of warmth; Persephone may have left her husband, but she isn't home yet, and this is one state that'll be damned before it lets anyone forget it. — Seanan McGuire
Cold Seasons Sayings By Robert Graves: Where nature with accustomed round Sweeps and garnishes the ground With kindly beauty, warm or Where nature with accustomed round Sweeps and garnishes the ground With kindly beauty, warm or cold Alternate seasons never old: Heathen, how furiously you rage, Cursing this blood and brimstone age, How furiously against your will You kill and kill again, and kill: All thought of peace behind you cast, Till like small boys with fear aghast, Each cries for God to understand, 'I could not help it, it was my hand. — Robert Graves