Gusty Famous Quotes & Sayings

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44 Gusty Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Gusty Sayings By Karen Russell: Sawtooth slumps into his deck chair and stares up at the sky. It's a drunken Sawtooth slumps into his deck chair and stares up at the sky. It's a drunken sky, the stars hiccupping light. Great gusty clouds go spinning past the moon. The bright planets feel like pinpricks to Sawtooth's old eyes. — Karen Russell
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Gusty Sayings By Dave Beard: Spooky wild and gusty; swirling dervishes of rattling leaves race by, fleeing the windflung deadwood Spooky wild and gusty; swirling dervishes of rattling leaves race by, fleeing the windflung deadwood that cracks and thumps behind. — Dave Beard
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Gusty Sayings By Gusty McCabe: Gusty McCabe, tha's m' name and tellin' stories, tha's m' game, If they all ain't Gusty McCabe, tha's m' name and tellin' stories, tha's m' game, If they all ain't true I ain't t' blame, I'll tell 'em all just the same. — Gusty McCabe
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Gusty Sayings By Thomas Hood: Boughs are daily rifled By the gusty thieves, And the book of Nature Getteth short Boughs are daily rifled By the gusty thieves, And the book of Nature Getteth short of leaves. — Thomas Hood
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Gusty Sayings By Jill Williamson: So you cast yourself aside in advance? To save yourself some hurt, you hurt yourself? So you cast yourself aside in advance? To save yourself some hurt, you hurt yourself? What kind of way is that to live?'
She shrugged one shoulder. 'A safe way?'
He released a gusty laugh. 'Is that what you call safe? It's not a safe way, Sparrow, it's a pathetic and lonely way. Sparrow, sometimes life is scary. Get over it, and live. — Jill Williamson
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Gusty Sayings By Muriel Spark: It was a gusty day, and from the windows of Caroline's top-floor flat, only the It was a gusty day, and from the windows of Caroline's top-floor flat, only the sky was visible with its little hurrying clouds. It was a day when being indoors was meaningful, wasting an afternoon in superior confidences with a friend before the two-barred electric heater. — Muriel Spark
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Gusty Sayings By Wallace Stevens: Divinity must live within herself:Passions of rain, or moods in the falling snow;Grievings in loneliness, Divinity must live within herself:
Passions of rain, or moods in the falling snow;
Grievings in loneliness, or unsubdued
Elations when the forest blooms; gusty
Emotions on wet roads on autumn nights;
All pleasures and all pains, remembering
The boughs of summer and the winter branch.
These are the measures destined for her soul. — Wallace Stevens
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Gusty Sayings By Zora Neale Hurston: He began to stand around the gate and expect things. What things? She didn't know He began to stand around the gate and expect things. What things? She didn't know exactly. Her breath was gusty and short. She knew things that nobody ever told her. For instance, the words of the trees and the wind.. She knew the world was a stallion rolling in the blue pasture of ether. She knew that God tore down the old world every evening and built a new one by sun-up. It was wonderful to see it take form with the sun and emerge from the gray dust of its making. — Zora Neale Hurston
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Gusty Sayings By Teresa Medeiros: Perhaps the two of us simply got off on the wrong foot, my lord.You seem Perhaps the two of us simply got off on the wrong foot, my lord.
You seem to have received the mistaken impression that I came to Fairchild Park to make your life more
difficult."
"The words 'a living hell' have come to mind more than once since your arrival."
She blew out a gusty sigh. "Contrary to what you may believe, I took this position so I could bring more
ease to your life."
"Just when were you planning to start? — Teresa Medeiros
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Gusty Sayings By Donna Tartt: And the nights, bigger than imagining: black and gusty and enormous, disordered and wild with And the nights, bigger than imagining: black and gusty and enormous, disordered and wild with stars. — Donna Tartt
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Gusty Sayings By Michael J. Sullivan: We'd get out of it." She stared at the huge bell for a moment and We'd get out of it." She stared at the huge bell for a moment and then added, "I hate the sound of that bell." A gusty breeze rustled the leaves and threw a lock of hair in her face. She brushed it back and turned away from the oak and the bell. "Over there" - she pointed — Michael J. Sullivan
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Gusty Sayings By Stephen King: Outside, a gusty October breeze was combing leaves from the trees and sending them across Outside, a gusty October breeze was combing leaves from the trees and sending them across her backyard in colorful skitters. — Stephen King
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Gusty Sayings By Gayle Forman: When I'd looked back up at the window, the white curtain flapping in the gusty When I'd looked back up at the window, the white curtain flapping in the gusty breeze, I'd felt both sadness and relief, the oppositional tug of heaviness and lightness, one lifting me up, one pushing me down. I understood then, Lulu and I had started something, something I'd always wanted, but also something I was scared of getting. Something ai wanted more of. And, also, something I wanted to get away from. The truth and its opposite. — Gayle Forman
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Gusty Sayings By Chuck Klosterman: The drive to Santa Fe on I-25 is midly zen. There are public road signs The drive to Santa Fe on I-25 is midly zen. There are public road signs that say "Gusty Winds May Exist". This seems more like lazy philosophy than travel advice. — Chuck Klosterman
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Gusty Sayings By Charlotte Bronte: Some lives are thus blessed: it is God's will: it is the attesting trace and Some lives are thus blessed: it is God's will: it is the attesting trace and lingering evidence of Eden. Other lives run from the first another course. Other travelers encounter weather fitful and gusty , wild and variable - breast adverse winds, are belated and overtaken by the early closing winter night. Neither can this happen without the sanction of God; and I know that amidst His boundless works, is somewhere stored the secret of this last fate's justice: I know that His treasures contain the proof as the promise of its mercy. — Charlotte Bronte
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Gusty Sayings By John Kendrick Bangs: Comes now a smiling New-Born Year To fill to-day with goodly cheer - An infant Comes now a smiling New-Born Year To fill to-day with goodly cheer - An infant hale and lusty. Upon our door-sill he is left By Daddy Time, of clothes bereft Despite the season gusty. If he be Churl or doughty Knight, A Son of Darkness or of Light No man can tell, God bless him! But be he base or glorious Time puts it wholly up to us To dress him! — John Kendrick Bangs
Gusty Sayings By Desmond Tutu: You tend to think that your time is either the best or the worst, and You tend to think that your time is either the best or the worst, and then when you have a sense of history, you'll realize actually, no, there were times things were quite gusty in the world. I mean, just think, nowadays most people will say they support the advancement of women, woman has been equal, the fact that we're so aware of the gustiness, in a sense, also speaks about the heightening of our own sensitivity. — Desmond Tutu
Gusty Sayings By Alfred Noyes: The wind was a torrent of darkness among the gusty trees,The moon was a ghostly The wind was a torrent of darkness among the gusty trees,
The moon was a ghostly galleon tossed upon cloudy seas,
The road was a ribbon of moonlight, over the purple moor,
And the highwayman came riding
Riding
riding
The highwayman came riding, up to the old inn-door. — Alfred Noyes
Gusty Sayings By Kate Chopin: She could hear again the ripple of water, the flapping sail. She could see the She could hear again the ripple of water, the flapping sail. She could see the glint of the moon upon the bay, and could feel the soft, gusty beating of the hot south wind. A subtle current of desire passed through her body, weakening her hold upon the brushes and making her eyes burn. — Kate Chopin
Gusty Sayings By Marge Piercy: I have no connections here; only gusty collisions,rootless seedlings forced into bloom, that collapse. ... I have no connections here; only gusty collisions,
rootless seedlings forced into bloom, that collapse.
...
I am the Visiting Poet: a real unicorn,
a wind-up plush dodo, a wax museum of the Movement.
People want to push the buttons and see me glow. — Marge Piercy
Gusty Sayings By Anya Wylde: Londoners, with their noses pressed to cold windows, smiled, for a mid-summer storm was raging Londoners, with their noses pressed to cold windows, smiled, for a mid-summer storm was raging across England. Zues had blessed their land, taking away the bright happy sun and replacing it with gusty winds, lashing rain and utter misery. — Anya Wylde
Gusty Sayings By L.M. Montgomery: Light, the sweetness of sleepy robins whistling among the twilit maples, and the dance of Light, the sweetness of sleepy robins whistling among the twilit maples, and the dance of a gusty group of daffodils blowing against the — L.M. Montgomery
Gusty Sayings By Ella Leya: The gusty wind Khazri swept through Baku, scouring every crevice, leaving behind air so pristine The gusty wind Khazri swept through Baku, scouring every crevice, leaving behind air so pristine that it sparkled in the ginger sun like my mama's favorite crystal vase. — Ella Leya
Gusty Sayings By Christie Ridgway: Rebecca let out a gusty sigh. "Pregnant, I tell you. I'm definitely getting pregnant." Her Rebecca let out a gusty sigh. "Pregnant, I tell you. I'm definitely getting pregnant." Her mother responded by passing over the tearful little guy. Not a bad idea, Jane decided. Birth control by baby brother — Christie Ridgway
Gusty Sayings By Markus Zusak: The dangers merged into one. Powder and smoke and the gusty flames. The damaged people. The dangers merged into one. Powder and smoke and the gusty flames. The damaged people. Like the rest of the men in the unit, Hans would need to perfect the act of forgetting. — Markus Zusak
Gusty Sayings By Olarewaju Oladipo: Fame is like dust in a gusty wind. You never know in which way it Fame is like dust in a gusty wind. You never know in which way it is blowing. If you ever face the gust of the wind, don't get carried away. — Olarewaju Oladipo
Gusty Sayings By John Dos Passos: Such afternoons the buses are crowded into line like elephants in a circusparade. Morningside Heights Such afternoons the buses are crowded into line like elephants in a circusparade. Morningside Heights to Washington Square, Penn Station to Grant's Tomb. Parlorsnakes and flappers joggle hugging downtown uptown, hug joggling gray square after gray square, until they see the new moon giggling over Weehawken and feel the gusty wind of a dead Sunday blowing dust in their faces, dust of a typsy twilight. — John Dos Passos
Gusty Sayings By Robert Bly: But our gusty emotions say to me that we have / Tasted heaven many times: But our gusty emotions say to me that we have / Tasted heaven many times: these delicacies / Are left over from some larger party. — Robert Bly
Gusty Sayings By Cynthia Hand: Tuck, I breathe, and then he kisses me.I've been kissed before. But nothing like this. Tuck, I breathe, and then he kisses me.
I've been kissed before. But nothing like this. He kisses me with surprising tenderness, for all of his gusty talk. Still cupping my face, he gently brushes his lips against mine, slowly, like he's memorizing what I feel like. My eyes close. My head swims with his smell, grass and sunshine and musky cologne. He kisses me again, a litte more firmly, and then he pulls back to look down into my face. — Cynthia Hand
Gusty Sayings By Tao Yuanming: Unsettled, a bird lost from the flock --Keeps flying by itself in the dusk.Back and Unsettled, a bird lost from the flock --
Keeps flying by itself in the dusk.
Back and forth, it has no resting place,
Night after night, more anguished its cries.
Its shrill sound yearns for the pure and distant --
Coming from afar, how anxiously it flutters!

It chances to find a pine tree growing all apart;
Folding its wings, it has come home at last.
In the gusty wind there is no dense growth;
This canopy alone does not decay.
Having found a perch to roost on,
In a thousand years it will not depart. — Tao Yuanming
Gusty Sayings By Fred Rogers: Human relationships are primary in all of living. When the gusty winds blow and shake Human relationships are primary in all of living. When the gusty winds blow and shake our lives, if we know that people care about us, we may bend with the wind ... but we won't break. — Fred Rogers
Gusty Sayings By Hal Borland: Two sounds of autumn are unmistakable ... the hurrying rustle of crisp leaves blown along Two sounds of autumn are unmistakable ... the hurrying rustle of crisp leaves blown along the street ... by a gusty wind, and the gabble of a flock of migrating geese. — Hal Borland
Gusty Sayings By Donna Tartt: Even now I remember those pictures, like pictures in a storybook one loved as a Even now I remember those pictures, like pictures in a storybook one loved as a child. Radiant meadows, mountains vaporous in the trembling distance; leaves ankle-deep on a gusty autumn road; bonfires and fog in the valleys; cellos, dark window-panes, snow. — Donna Tartt
Gusty Sayings By Elizabeth Peters: Nefret said with a gusty sigh, 'Well, that's done it. We may as well join Nefret said with a gusty sigh, 'Well, that's done it. We may as well join in, Ramses, family arguments are the favorite form of amusement here and this looks like being a loud one. — Elizabeth Peters
Gusty Sayings By Elizabeth Gaskell: It was towards the end of February, in that year, and a bitter black frost It was towards the end of February, in that year, and a bitter black frost had lasted for many weeks. The keen east wind had long since swept the streets clean, though in a gusty day the dust would rise like pounded ice, and make people's faces quite smart with the cold force with which it blew against them. Houses, sky, people, and everything looked as if a gigantic brush had washed them all over with a dark shade of Indian ink. — Elizabeth Gaskell
Gusty Sayings By Raymond E. Feist: He remembered how his father had told him that when it snowed even humans could He remembered how his father had told him that when it snowed even humans could see the wind, and it was so. He watched as gusty eddies danced and flickered, a single flake pausing for a moment to hover before his eyes, a twirling crystal of light, the exhale of his warm breath causing it to dance away even as it melted. — Raymond E. Feist
Gusty Sayings By A.K. White: The wise crow knowsI'm a child of the fall. Copper and brass, gusty wind blows.Vivid, The wise crow knows
I'm a child of the fall.
Copper and brass, gusty wind blows.
Vivid, cloudless skies, watch shivering naked trees stand tall.
Hope, sweet and eager, does rise
from rust-soaked vistas to shining eyes.
Here, to forever, my beating heart goes;
something the old crow already knows. — A.K. White
Gusty Sayings By T. S. Eliot: The winter evening settles down With smell of steaks in passageways. Six o'clock. The burnt-out The winter evening settles down With smell of steaks in passageways. Six o'clock. The burnt-out ends of smoky days. And now a gusty shower wraps The grimy scraps Of withered leaves about your feet And newspapers from vacant lots; The showers beat On broken blinds and chimney-pots, And at the corner of the street A lonely cab-horse steams and stamps. And then the lighting of the lamps. — T. S. Eliot
Gusty Sayings By Lady Dilke: and the castle in which she dwelt was a prison to her; and sometimes sudden and the castle in which she dwelt was a prison to her; and sometimes sudden fits of gusty passion would overtake her, for weariness grew to hate, and hate to wrath,

"The Serpent's Head — Lady Dilke
Gusty Sayings By Raymond Chandler: I went back to the office and sat in my swivel chair and tried to I went back to the office and sat in my swivel chair and tried to catch up on my foot-dangling. There was a gusty wind blowing in at the windows and the soot from the oil burners of the hotel next door was drown-draughted into the room and rolling across the top of the desk like tumbleweed drifting across a vacant lot. I was thinking about going out to lunch and that life was pretty flat and that it would probably be just as flat if I took a drink and that taking a drink all alone at that time of day wouldn't be any fun anyway. — Raymond Chandler
Gusty Sayings By Julie Andrews Edwards: November came roaring in with gusty winds and more wet weather. Mandy's depression would not November came roaring in with gusty winds and more wet weather. Mandy's depression would not go away. Her garden seemed sad, too. It was virtually empty now, and the few brave flowers that remained there were flattened by rain, their yellows stalks sprawling in all directions. Most of the trees were bare, and the woods had a wet carpet of leaves. — Julie Andrews Edwards
Gusty Sayings By Samuel Taylor Coleridge: How strange and awful is the synthesis of life and death in the gusty winds How strange and awful is the synthesis of life and death in the gusty winds and falling leaves of an autumnal day! — Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Gusty Sayings By Ralph Connor: Spring had come. Despite the many wet and gusty days which April had thrust in Spring had come. Despite the many wet and gusty days which April had thrust in rude challenge upon reluctant May, in the glory of the triumphant sun which flooded the concave blue of heaven and the myriad shaded green of earth, the whole world knew to-day, the whole world proclaimed that spring had come. The yearly miracle had been performed. — Ralph Connor
Gusty Sayings By Robert A. Heinlein: In the course of nearly a century of gusty living he had been broke many In the course of nearly a century of gusty living he had been broke many times, had several times been wealthier than he now was; he regarded both conditions as he did shifts in the weather, and never counted his change. — Robert A. Heinlein