Harebell Famous Quotes & Sayings

5 Harebell Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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Hope is like a harebell trembling from its birth.Christina Rossetti Harebell Sayings By Christina Rossetti: Hope is like a harebell trembling from its birth.
Wadsworth Moor
Where the millstone of sky
Grinds light and shadow so purple-fine
And has ground it so long
Grinding the skin off the earth
Earth bleeds her raw true darkness
A land naked now as a wound
That the sun swabs and dabs
Where the miles of agony are numbness
And harebell and heather a euphoria
Ted Hughes Harebell Sayings By Ted Hughes: Wadsworth MoorWhere the millstone of skyGrinds light and shadow so purple-fineAnd has ground it so
O, how incomprehensible everything was, and actually sad, although it was also beautiful. One knew nothing. One lived and ran about the earth and rode through forests, and certain things looked so challenging and promising and nostalgic: a star in the evening, a blue harebell, a reed-green pond, the eye of a person or a cow. And sometimes it seemed that something never seen yet long desired was about to happen, that a veil would drop from it all; but then it passed, nothing happened, the riddle remained unsolved, the secret spell unbroken, and in the end one grew old and looked cunning . . . or wise . . . and still one knew nothing perhaps, was still waiting and listening. HERMANN HESSE Narcissus and GoldmundPeter Matthiessen Harebell Sayings By Peter Matthiessen: O, how incomprehensible everything was, and actually sad, although it was also beautiful. One knew
Did the harebell loose her girdle
To the lover bee,
Would the bee the harebell hallow
Much as formerly?
Emily Dickinson Harebell Sayings By Emily Dickinson: Did the harebell loose her girdleTo the lover bee,Would the bee the harebell hallowMuch as
Nobody really knew anything. People lived; they went here and there about the earth and rode through forests; so much seemed to challenge or to promise, and so many sights to stir our longing: an evening star, a blue harebell, a lake half-covered in green reeds, the eyes of beasts and human eyes; and always it was as though something would happen, something never seen and yet sighed for, as though a veil would be pulled back off the world; till the feeling passed, and there had been nothing.Hermann Hesse Harebell Sayings By Hermann Hesse: Nobody really knew anything. People lived; they went here and there about the earth and