Dawn Chorus Famous Quotes & Sayings

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15 Dawn Chorus Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Dawn Chorus Sayings By Frances Hodgson Burnett: Whatever comes cannot alter one thing. Whatever comes cannot alter one thing. — Frances Hodgson Burnett
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Dawn Chorus Sayings By Fennel Hudson: It was one of those places where mist lingers well into the day and the It was one of those places where mist lingers well into the day and the dawn chorus starts early. — Fennel Hudson
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Dawn Chorus Sayings By Rasana Atreya: Youth is wasted on you if you can't manage a little trip! Youth is wasted on you if you can't manage a little trip! — Rasana Atreya
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Dawn Chorus Sayings By Salman Rushdie: Water began to drip steadily through the dormer window. Outside, in the treacherous city, a Water began to drip steadily through the dormer window. Outside, in the treacherous city, a thaw had come, giving the streets the unreliable consistency of wet cardboard. Slow masses of whiteness slid from sloping, grey-slate roofs. The footprints of delivery vans corrugated the slush. First light; and the dawn chorus began, chattering of road-drills, chirrup of burglar alarms, trumpeting of wheeled creatures clashing at corners, the deep whirr of a large olive-green garbage eater, screaming radio-voices from a wooden painter's cradle clinging to the upper storey of a Free House, roar of the great wakening juggernauts rushing awesomely down this long but narrow pathway. From beneath the earth came tremors denoting the passage of huge subterranean worms that devoured and regurgitated human beings, and from the skies the thrum of choppers and the screech of higher, gleaming birds. — Salman Rushdie
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Dawn Chorus Sayings By David George Haskell: The fading dawn colors revive momentarily, and the sky shines with lilac and daffodil, layering The fading dawn colors revive momentarily, and the sky shines with lilac and daffodil, layering colors in clouds like quilts stacked on a bed. More birds chime into the morning air: a nuthatch's nasal onk joins the crow's croak and a black-throated green warbler's murmur from the branches above the mandala. As the colors finally fade under the fierce gaze of their mother, the sun, a wood thrush caps the dawn chorus with his astounding song. The song seems to pierce through from another world, carrying with it clarity and ease, purifying me for a few moments with its grace. Then the song is gone, the veil closes, and I am left with embers of memory. — David George Haskell
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Dawn Chorus Sayings By Michelle Geaney: Avoiding Shipwreck Let me emblazon your name upon The blue sky, because I love you. Avoiding Shipwreck
Let me emblazon your name upon
The blue sky, because I love you.
I wish to please you,
In any way, as many ways as I can ... .
I will etch your name into the sand,
Because I adore you.
I shall conduct the early birds dawn chorus,
Because you make MY heart sing just so.
I want you and I to sit
And watch the sun come up,
Creating that warm glow that you emit,
Because you love me. — Michelle Geaney
Dawn Chorus Sayings By Max Lucado: Aging is God's idea. It's one of the ways he keeps us headed homeward. Aging is God's idea. It's one of the ways he keeps us headed homeward. — Max Lucado
Dawn Chorus Sayings By Debasish Mridha: To feel the love, feel through your heart, not through your mind, mind is judgmental To feel the love, feel through your heart, not through your mind, mind is judgmental but heart is kind. — Debasish Mridha
Dawn Chorus Sayings By Kyrian Lyndon: The robin in your tender heartHungers for the red berryThat titillates your tongue.She carols as The robin in your tender heart
Hungers for the red berry
That titillates your tongue.
She carols as the snow falls -
And not with the chorus of the dawn
In radiant spring.
What might have been?
Your voice silenced,
The spirit of you
Destroyed,
I see glimpses of your fire
From the light that has vanished
From your eyes.
Your wings soar,
Only not to follow
Your heart.
Whatever the passion,
Let it burn.
It will save you. — Kyrian Lyndon
Dawn Chorus 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
Dawn Chorus Sayings By Gareth Roberts: Suddenly the Doctor heard the greatest sound in the universe, more delightful than the dawn Suddenly the Doctor heard the greatest sound in the universe, more delightful than the dawn chorus, more lovely than the laughter of children, more sweet than the mountain stream. It was the wheezing, groaning sound of the relative dimensional stabiliser of a Type 40 TARDIS in materialisation mode. — Gareth Roberts
Dawn Chorus Sayings By M.J. Abraham: It takes a lot more energy to bury pain than it does to confront it. It takes a lot more energy to bury pain than it does to confront it. — M.J. Abraham
Dawn Chorus Sayings By Michelle K. Pickett: I wish I had your talent, David.""I like that," he said with a small frown."What? I wish I had your talent, David."
"I like that," he said with a small frown.
"What? That I think you're talented?"
"No. I like how my name sounds on your lips."
David and Eva — Michelle K. Pickett
Dawn Chorus Sayings By Rachel Carson: It was a spring without voices. On the mornings that had once throbbed with the It was a spring without voices. On the mornings that had once throbbed with the dawn chorus of robins, catbirds, doves, jays, wrens, and scores of other bird voices there was now no sound; only silence lay over the fields and woods and marsh ...
Even the streams were now lifeless ... No witchcraft, no enemy action had silenced the rebirth of new life in this stricken world.
The people had done it themselves ... — Rachel Carson
Dawn Chorus Sayings By Danielle Dutton: Does every river make a music of its own? Does every river make a music of its own? — Danielle Dutton