Jacquetta Famous Quotes & Sayings

10 Jacquetta Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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At dusk, on the last day of April, I hear a calling noise, like a white-winged barn owl, and I go to my window and push open the shutters and look out. There is a waning moon rising off the horizon, white against a white sky; it too is wasting away, and in its cold light I can hear a calling, like a choir, and I know it is not the music of owls, nor singers nor nightingales, but Melusina. Our ancestor goddess is calling around the roof of the house, for her daughter Jacquetta of the House of Burgundy is dying.Philippa Gregory Jacquetta Sayings By Philippa Gregory: At dusk, on the last day of April, I hear a calling noise, like a
The young world was without a spring: it knew nothing beyond rock and water. There was the colour of open skies and of sunrise and sunset. The only sounds came from the movement of water, whether of rain or streams or waves, from thunder, and from wind sweeping across rock.Jacquetta Hawkes Jacquetta Sayings By Jacquetta Hawkes: The young world was without a spring: it knew nothing beyond rock and water. There
It is only the pathetic shortness of human life that gives each individual a sense of the permanence of his background. The land we all walk upon has been under the sea many times, and it will be submerged again.Jacquetta Hawkes Jacquetta Sayings By Jacquetta Hawkes: It is only the pathetic shortness of human life that gives each individual a sense
I should like to insist that nearly all the important questions, the things we ponder in our profoundest moments, have no answers.Jacquetta Hawkes Jacquetta Sayings By Jacquetta Hawkes: I should like to insist that nearly all the important questions, the things we ponder
There is a danger, when thinking of the earliest civilized people, of putting too much emphasis on technology. One tends to assume that if you don't have, at least, a lavatory and perhaps something that will take you a lot faster than your own feet, or a certain number of gadgets in the house, then you must be in some way, a bit backward and defective ... the important thing to remember is that technology is not necessarily the same thing as civilization.Jacquetta Hawkes Jacquetta Sayings By Jacquetta Hawkes: There is a danger, when thinking of the earliest civilized people, of putting too much
I cannot know what the future will bring us," he says in a rapid undertone. "I cannot know where you will be given in marriage, nor what life might hold for me. But I can't let you go without telling you
without telling you at least once
that I love you."
I snatch a breath at the words. "Woodville
"
"I can offer you nothing; I am next to nothing, and you are the greatest lady in France. But I wanted you to know, I love you and I want you, and I have done since the day I first saw you."
"I should
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"I have to tell you, you have to know. I have loved you honorably as a knight should do his lady, and I have loved you passionately as a man might a woman; and now, before I leave you, I want to tell you that I love you, I love you
" He breaks off and looks at me desperately. "I had to tell you," he repeats.
Philippa Gregory Jacquetta Sayings By Philippa Gregory: I cannot know what the future will bring us," he says in a rapid undertone.
The only inequalities that matter begin in the mind. It is not income levels but differences in mental equipment that keep people apart, breed feelings of inferiority.Jacquetta Hawkes Jacquetta Sayings By Jacquetta Hawkes: The only inequalities that matter begin in the mind. It is not income levels but
Every age has the Stonehenge it deserves
or desires.
Jacquetta Hawkes Jacquetta Sayings By Jacquetta Hawkes: Every age has the Stonehenge it deserves or desires.
Take care with your words, Jacquetta, especially in cursing. Only say the things you mean, make sure you lay your curse on the right man. For be very sure that when you put such words out in the world they can overshoot-like an arrow, a curse can go beyond your target and harm another. A wise woman curses very sparingly.Philippa Gregory Jacquetta Sayings By Philippa Gregory: Take care with your words, Jacquetta, especially in cursing. Only say the things you mean,
In the sheltered heart of the clumps last year's foliage still clings to the lower branches, tatters of orange that mutter with the passage of the wind, the talk of old women warning the green generation of what they, too, must come to when the sap runs back.Jacquetta Hawkes Jacquetta Sayings By Jacquetta Hawkes: In the sheltered heart of the clumps last year's foliage still clings to the lower