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Morning Lovely Sayings By Bob Shacochis: His arm came tentatively across her side to hug her breasts and she sighed so His arm came tentatively across her side to hug her breasts and she sighed so long and deeply and with such intense relief that when the sigh in fact ended she was still tucked under the lovely arching bridge of his arm and it was morning. — Bob Shacochis
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Morning Lovely Sayings By Charles Tritten: On the following morning the little hut on the Alm opened wide its doors and On the following morning the little hut on the Alm opened wide its doors and windows as if to drink up the early sunshine. Days went by. The warmth of the spring sun woke up first the little blue gentians - those with a white star in the center; then, one by one, all the other lovely flowers opened their petals. There were jonquils and red primroses and little golden rockroses with thorns on the edge of their petals. They all bloomed in their brightest colors while Peter watched the miracle taking place, as he had watched it every spring since he could remember. He had never quite seen the beauty of it, however, until Heidi had come to show him. — Charles Tritten
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Morning Lovely Sayings By John Ruskin: The only prospect which is really desirable or delightful, is that from the window of The only prospect which is really desirable or delightful, is that from the window of the breakfast-room [ ... ] where we meet the first light of the dewy day, the first breath of the morning air, the first glance of gentle eyes; to which we descend in the very spring and elasticity of mental renovation and bodily energy, in the gathering up of our spirit for the new day, in the flush of our awakening from the darkness and the mystery of faint and inactive dreaming, in the resurrection from our daily grave, in the first tremulous sensation of the beauty of our being, in the most glorious perception of the lightning of our life; there, indeed, our expatiation of spirit, when it meets the pulse of outward sound and joy, the voice of bird and breeze and billow, does demand some power of liberty, some space for its going forth into the morning, some freedom of intercourse with the lovely and limitless energy of creature and creation. — John Ruskin
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Morning Lovely Sayings By Gerard Manley Hopkins: I awoke in the Midsummer not to call night, in the white and the walk I awoke in the Midsummer not to call night, in the white and the walk of the morning:
The moon, dwindled and thinned to the fringe of a finger-nail held to the candle,
Or paring of paradisaical fruit, lovely in waning but lustreless,
Stepped from the stool, drew back from the barrow, of dark Maenefa the mountain;
A cusp still clasped him, a fluke yet fanged him, entangled him, not quite utterly.
This was the prized, the desirable sight, unsought, presented so easily,
Parted me leaf and leaf, divided me, eyelid and eyelid of slumber. — Gerard Manley Hopkins
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Morning Lovely Sayings By Nora Roberts: He turned his head, kissed the top of her head. "I love you.""It sounds lovely He turned his head, kissed the top of her head. "I love you."
"It sounds lovely in bed, in the dark, when everything's quiet."
"Because it's true. And it'll be true in the morning. — Nora Roberts
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Morning Lovely Sayings By Martine Leavitt: How thin the air felt at the forest's edge, how ghostly the trees that guarded How thin the air felt at the forest's edge, how ghostly the trees that guarded their realm ... The whole world seemed as delicate as a dandelion seed, and as fleeting ... How sad to know that the figment village of my imagination would not vanish when I ended, to understand that it was not I who had invented the moon the first time I realized how lovely it was. To admit that it was not my breath that made the winds blow ... [M]y heart, my heart knew that when I closed my eyes I invented the night sky and the stars too. Wasn't the whole dome of the sky the same shape as the inside of my skull? Didn't I create the sun and the day when I raised my eyelids every morning? — Martine Leavitt
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Morning Lovely Sayings By Kristin Cashore: Isn't is lovely to be all together again? Raffin said, throwing one arm around Po Isn't is lovely to be all together again? Raffin said, throwing one arm around Po and the other around Bann.
She wanted them near, even if they were subsumed by their own affairs, she needed them at sword practice in the morning, at dinner at night, moving and shifting around her, there and gone, back again, arguing, teasing, acting like people who knew who they were. — Kristin Cashore
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Morning Lovely Sayings By Penny McCann Pennington: As if from the back row of a smoky movie theater, she watched as they As if from the back row of a smoky movie theater, she watched as they entered the kitchen and took their places on her mother's polished black and white linoleum. The Wing Commander, his face kind. His wife, sunglasses in the morning. People really do wring their hands when they are anxious. The Chaplain, specks of dried blood on his chin - a quick shave before the breaking of the hearts. — Penny McCann Pennington
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Morning Lovely Sayings By Maggie Stiefvater: It was weird to hear Grace this way. It was weird to be here, sitting It was weird to hear Grace this way. It was weird to be here, sitting in my car with her best friend when Grace was home, needing me for once. It was weird to want to tell her that we didn't need to go to the studio until things calmed down. But I couldn't tell her no. I physically couldn't say it to her. Hearing her like this ... she was a different thing than I'd ever seen her be, and I felt some dangerous and lovely future whispering secrets in my ear. I said, "I wish it were Sunday, too."
"I don't want to be alone tonight," Grace said.
Something in my heart twinged. I closed my eyes for a moment and opened them again. I thought about sneaking over myself; I thought about telling her to sneak out. I imagined lying in my bedroom beneath my paper cranes, with the warm shape of her tucked against me, not having to worry about hiding in the morning, just having her with me on our terms, and I ached and ached some more with the force of wanting it. I echoed, "I miss you, too. — Maggie Stiefvater
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Morning Lovely Sayings By Thea Harrison: In the morning, Liam enjoyed a long, lovely cuddle in bed with Mommy and Daddy. In the morning, Liam enjoyed a long, lovely cuddle in bed with Mommy and Daddy. Then he grew excited because Mommy and Daddy started getting ready to go somewhere. Often that meant he got to go somewhere too, and he liked exploring this new, sunny place. — Thea Harrison
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Morning Lovely Sayings By John Dominic Crossan: If an audience kept complete silence during a challenge parable from Jesus and if an If an audience kept complete silence during a challenge parable from Jesus and if an audience filed past him afterward saying, 'Lovely parable, this morning, Rabbi,' Jesus would have failed utterly. — John Dominic Crossan
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Morning Lovely Sayings By F Scott Fitzgerald: When the first-rate author wants an exquisite heroine or a lovely morning, he finds that When the first-rate author wants an exquisite heroine or a lovely morning, he finds that all the superlatives have been worn shoddy by his inferiors. It should be a rule that bad writers must start with plain heroines and ordinary mornings, and, if they are able, work up to something better. — F Scott Fitzgerald
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Morning Lovely Sayings By Tessa Dare: Had the girl had any common sense, she would have dropped the line at once. Had the girl had any common sense, she would have dropped the line at once. But she had no sense. She made no sense. She was a pale English rose of a governess, adrift in a watery wilderness, on her way to a grueling post on a godforsaken island, when any fool could have told her-a woman so lovely need never work for her keep.
Had the men around her any sense, they would have cut the rope immediately. But they were idiots, bloody shite-for-brains idiots, too entranced by the pretty girl in peril to reach for their knives.
Had Gray his own knife, he would have drawn it. But he wasn't wearing his knife, because he wasn't the captain on this ship, was he? Nor an officer, nor even part of the crew. He was just a stupid, overdressed passenger who hadn't strapped on a goddamned knife that morning because it might ruin the lines of his goddamned brand-new coat. — Tessa Dare
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Morning Lovely Sayings By Margaret Forster: I write in the morning, I walk in the afternoon and I read in the I write in the morning, I walk in the afternoon and I read in the evening. It's a very easy, lovely life. — Margaret Forster
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Morning Lovely Sayings By Khaled Hosseini: Make morning into a key and throw it into the well,go slowly , my lovely Make morning into a key and throw it into the well,
go slowly , my lovely moon, go slowly.
let the morning sun forget to rise in the east ,
go slowly , my lovely moon, go slowly. — Khaled Hosseini
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Morning Lovely Sayings By Margaret Atwood: With a room of his own, a room at the top, he could proffer a With a room of his own, a room at the top, he could proffer a temporary refuge to some lovely, fatigued, world-weary, sophisticated, black-turtlenecked, heavily-eyelinered girl he might lure up the stairs into his newspaper-strewn boudoir and onto his Indian-bedspreaded bed with the promise of artistic talk about the craft of writing, and the throes and torments of creation, and the need for integrity, and the temptations of selling out, and the nobility of resisting such temptations, and so forth. A promise offered with a hint of self-mockery in case such a girl might think he was pompous and cocksure and full of himself. Which he was, because at that age you have to be that way in order to crawl out of bed in the morning and sustain your faith in your own illusory potential for the next twelve hours of being awake. — Margaret Atwood
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Morning Lovely Sayings By John Styles: A handsome young guy is stretching his arms and waking up. He is just about A handsome young guy is stretching his arms and waking up. He is just about to reach for his coffee and is now being wished good morning by me. Have a lovely day ahead. — John Styles
Morning Lovely Sayings By Anonymous: 11 What sorrow for those who get up early in the morning looking for a 11 What sorrow for those who get up early in the morning looking for a drink of alcohol and spend long evenings drinking wine to make themselves flaming drunk. 12 They furnish wine and lovely music at their grand parties - lyre and harp, tambourine and flute - but they never think about the LORD or notice what he is doing. — Anonymous
Morning Lovely Sayings By Charlotte Kasl: Every time we open one door, we close another. It's lovely to spend Sunday morning Every time we open one door, we close another. It's lovely to spend Sunday morning with our new love, cooking breakfast and taking a walk together. But in the midst of our happiness, we may feel nostalgia for our former Sunday morning ritual of uninterrupted time alone at a favorite restaurant reading the newspaper. We need to acknowledge the presence of both excitement and loss, to feel their rhythm as they ebb and flow through a new relationship. If we try to deny our losses, they lead to resentments, a gnawing discomfort, and a desire to withdraw.

Yet we also need to remind our ego that love means letting go of our entrenched rituals, of comparing, of wanting life to stay the same...Entering a relationship and living in the heart of the Beloved means our life will change, our shells will crack open and we will never be the same again. — Charlotte Kasl
Morning Lovely Sayings By Marilynne Robinson: His lovely wife tends her zinnias in the mild morning light and his find young His lovely wife tends her zinnias in the mild morning light and his find young man comes fondly mishandling that perpetually lost sheep of a cat, Soapy, once more back from perdition for the time being, to what would have been general rejoicing. — Marilynne Robinson
Morning Lovely Sayings By Kenneth Edward Barnes: I Miss You Outside the sun is shining, and the roses are in bloom. The I Miss You Outside the sun is shining, and the roses are in bloom. The sky this morning is so lovely, but here I sit in gloom. Outside the birds are singing, but in here, no beauty resides. For my heart is empty, shattered and broken, and will be 'til you're back by my side. Honey, I miss you every morning, and at night when I go to bed. I remember the times you were with me, and all the things that we said. And I miss your touch; the touch that makes me feel so much a man. I miss the smell of your hair, and the softness of your hands. I miss holding you in my arms and feeling your lips on mine. I miss hearing your sweet voice, which sounds so loving and kind. But most of all, I miss your warm tender body next to me as I sleep. I feel so empty when you're not here; I lie awake all night and weep. Because without your love, my life is over and I'll spend the rest of it being blue. So please say you love me and come back; for sweetheart, I miss you. — Kenneth Edward Barnes
Morning Lovely Sayings By Charles Sanders Peirce: Looking out of my window this lovely spring morning I see an azalea in full Looking out of my window this lovely spring morning I see an azalea in full bloom. No, no! I do not see that; though that is the only way I can describe what I see. That is a proposition, a sentence, a fact; but what I perceive is not proposition, sentence, fact, but only an image which I make intelligible in part by means of a statement of fact. This statement is abstract; but what I see is concrete. — Charles Sanders Peirce
Morning Lovely Sayings By Simone De Beauvoir: She offered her mouth to him, as if enchanted. A Persian princess, a little Indian, She offered her mouth to him, as if enchanted. A Persian princess, a little Indian, a fox, a morning glory, a lovely wisteria
it always pleased them when you told them they looked like something, like something else. — Simone De Beauvoir
Morning Lovely Sayings By Paul Merson: I crawled back to bed, knowing I was done for. Hours later, the phone in I crawled back to bed, knowing I was done for. Hours later, the phone in our room started ringing. It was George. He was not happy.
"Room 312. Now!" he shouted.
Bouldy got up. I tried to pull myself together, splashing my face with water and hauling on my shorts and flip flops. It was a lovely day outside, the sun was scorching hot and there wasn't a cloud in the sky, but it might as well have been a pissing wet morning in St Albans for all I cared. I felt sick to the pit of my stomach as we made the Walk of Death to Room 312, which I knew was Paul and Gus's room.
When we walked in, I thought I'd arrived in downtown Baghdad. Water dripped from the ceiling. The board games were in pieces and all the plastic parts were scattered over the floor. The balcony window was wide open and I could see a bed upended by the pool outside. — Paul Merson
Morning Lovely Sayings By Marcia Gay Harden: Everybody says 'Good Morning' in Harlem because it's true! And that's lovely. Everybody says 'Good Morning' in Harlem because it's true! And that's lovely. — Marcia Gay Harden
Morning Lovely Sayings By Shilpa Shetty: I'm not an early bird at all. Ideally, on Saturday morning I'd allow myself a I'm not an early bird at all. Ideally, on Saturday morning I'd allow myself a lovely lie-in. 10:45 would be just right. — Shilpa Shetty
Morning Lovely Sayings By Michael Chabon: On this particular autumn night, only the prospect of another solitary evening lies before her. On this particular autumn night, only the prospect of another solitary evening lies before her. She will fry her chop and read herself to sleep, no doubt with a tale of wizardry and romance. Then, in dreams that strike even her as trite, Miss Dark will go adventuring in chain mail and silk. Tomorrow morning she will wake up alone, and do it all again. Poor Judy Dark! Poor little librarians of the world, those girls, secretly lovely, their looks marred forever by the cruelty of a pair of big black eyeglasses! — Michael Chabon
Morning Lovely Sayings By Rob James-Collier: Beverly Hills is too intimidating. Everyone's got lovely teeth, so you don't want to smile. Beverly Hills is too intimidating. Everyone's got lovely teeth, so you don't want to smile. Everyone's ripped, so you start working out at 4 in the morning and eating egg white omelets. — Rob James-Collier
Morning Lovely Sayings By Jodi Picoult: Hope is what makes you look outside the window to see if it's stopped raining. Hope is what makes you look outside the window to see if it's stopped raining. Hope is what makes you believe he'll text you back. Hope is why you buy your jeans a little tight ... Hope is why you get out of bed in the morning, and why you dream at night. Hope is what makes us believe that things can only get better. Hope is what keeps us going. — Jodi Picoult
Morning Lovely Sayings By Holly Hood: Satan impregnated my mother one lovely spring morning. We didn't have the heart to tell Satan impregnated my mother one lovely spring morning. We didn't have the heart to tell my father. — Holly Hood
Morning Lovely Sayings By A.E. Housman: How clear, how lovely bright,How beautiful to sight Those beams of morning play;How heaven laughs How clear, how lovely bright,
How beautiful to sight
Those beams of morning play;
How heaven laughs out with glee
Where, like a bird set free,
Up from the eastern sea
Soars the delightful day.

To-day I shall be strong,
No more shall yield to wrong,
Shall squander life no more;
Days lost, I know not how,
I shall retrieve them now;
Now I shall keep the vow
I never kept before.

Ensanguining the skies
How heavily it dies
Into the west away;
Past touch and sight and sound
Not further to be found,
How hopeless under ground
Falls the remorseful day. — A.E. Housman
Morning Lovely Sayings By James Crumley: The sun rose each morning to stare into my face with the blank but touching The sun rose each morning to stare into my face with the blank but touching gaze of a lovely retarded child. — James Crumley
Morning Lovely Sayings By George MacDonald: It Was a lovely spring morning, and the sun was shining gloriously. I knew that It Was a lovely spring morning, and the sun was shining gloriously. I knew that the rain of the last night must be glittering on the grass and the young leaves; and I heard the birds singing as if they knew far more than mere human beings, and believed a great deal more than they knew. Nobody will persuade me that the birds don't mean it; that they sing from any thing else than gladness of heart. — George MacDonald
Morning Lovely Sayings By Maculategiraffe: At the root of the tree at the heart of the world,With a chain round At the root of the tree at the heart of the world,
With a chain round his neck, the Wolf lies curled.
His gleaming teeth and jaws are furled,
And the sun shall rise in the morning.
His chain, it is forged of the nerve of a bear,
Of the voice of a fish, and a girl's chin-hair.
His chain, it is light and strong and fair,
And the sun shall rise in the morning.
With a mountain's root, and a cat's foot-fall,
And the spit of a bird, he is held in thrall,
Though iron could bind him never at all,
And the sun shall rise in the morning.
The sun shall rise, the stars shall fade,
For the binding which the good gods made
Still loops the Wolf in its lovely braid,
And the sun shall rise in the morning. — Maculategiraffe
Morning Lovely Sayings By M.F. Moonzajer: Every morning when I wake up, I kiss her forehead as symbol of gratitude and Every morning when I wake up, I kiss her forehead as symbol of gratitude and appreciation and she repays me back with a lovely smile. — M.F. Moonzajer
Morning Lovely Sayings By Ann Aguirre: If so, I couldn't imagine how the opposite gender managed to get out of bed If so, I couldn't imagine how the opposite gender managed to get out of bed in the morning. They might be lovely to look at, but clear thinking wasn't their strong point. — Ann Aguirre
Morning Lovely Sayings By Izumi Shikibu: If the one I waited for came now, What should I do? This morning's garden If the one I waited for came now,
What should I do?
This morning's garden filled with snow
Is far too lovely
For footsteps to mar. — Izumi Shikibu
Morning Lovely Sayings By Max Monroe: Good morning, lovely Meryl." She clicked her tongue. "You better find some other roll to Good morning, lovely Meryl." She clicked her tongue. "You better find some other roll to butter up, Mr. Brooks. It may be early, but my allowance of saturated fats is all used up for the day. — Max Monroe
Morning Lovely Sayings By Pattie Boyd: The Maharishi had invited us all to go to India to his ashram in the The Maharishi had invited us all to go to India to his ashram in the Indian Himalaya. We were there studying meditation for two and a half months. While the other three Beatles went back to London to start the beginning of their Apple empire, George and I went to Madras for a week's relaxation. I took this photograph of George one morning, as I thought the light on his face was lovely. I think this was the last time that I saw him looking so calm. — Pattie Boyd
Morning Lovely Sayings By Marc Fitten: Valeria," the mayor's wife asked. "Are you all right this morning? My husband has been Valeria," the mayor's wife asked. "Are you all right this morning? My husband has been asking about you."
"Yes, desire. Quite. Don't you look lovely today. — Marc Fitten
Morning Lovely Sayings By Ernest Hemingway,: In Africa a thing is true at first light and a lie by noon and In Africa a thing is true at first light and a lie by noon and you have no more respect for it than for the lovely, perfect wood-fringed lake you see across the sun-baked salt plain. You have walked across that plain in the morning and you know that no such lake is there. But now it is there absolutely true, beautiful and believable. — Ernest Hemingway,
Morning Lovely Sayings By Brian Molko: As musicians it's often difficult. You go to a dinner party and most people treat As musicians it's often difficult. You go to a dinner party and most people treat you like some kind of exotic animal and in a way like you don't have any problems and that it's all fantastic and glamorous and that you wake up in the morning, you kick the groupies out of bed, you roll onto the floor onto a needle, right, which fills you with a lovely substance, you roll into the gutter and you stare at the moon and out comes beautiful poetry. The fact of the matter is that that's nonsense. It's a lot of hard work. — Brian Molko
Morning Lovely Sayings By Pamela Druckerman: We've hired a lovely nanny, Adelyn, from the Philippines, who shows up in the morning We've hired a lovely nanny, Adelyn, from the Philippines, who shows up in the morning and looks after Bean all day. — Pamela Druckerman
Morning Lovely Sayings By Du Fu: At the edge of heaven, tatters of autumnCloud. After ten thousand miles of clearLovely morning, At the edge of heaven, tatters of autumn
Cloud. After ten thousand miles of clear
Lovely morning, the west wind arrives. Here,
Long rains haven't slowed farmers. Frontier
Willows air thin kingfisher colors, and
Red fruit flecks mountain pears. As a flute's
Mongol song drifts from a tower, one
Goose climbs clear through vacant skies. — Du Fu
Morning Lovely Sayings By Juan Ramon Jimenez: Since the lovely morningof that day, we were sweethearts. Since the lovely morning
of that day, we were sweethearts. — Juan Ramon Jimenez
Morning Lovely Sayings By Robert Crais: It was a lovely morning, hinting at a brutally hot day. Cole squinted into the It was a lovely morning, hinting at a brutally hot day. Cole squinted into the milky haze that filled his canyon, enjoyed the coffee, and noticed a red-tailed hawk circling overhead, searching for field mice and snakes. Cole said, "What do you think? Is today his day or not?" A black cat sat nearby on the deck, staring down through the rail into the canyon. The cat didn't answer, which is what you get when you talk to cats. Cole said, "You're just jealous you can't fly. — Robert Crais
Morning Lovely Sayings By Joyita Nag Shankar: You are looking beautiful' Dhiren said. Vasundhra looked fresh like a morning flower in a You are looking beautiful' Dhiren said. Vasundhra looked fresh like a morning flower in a casually draped Lavender chanderi sari. Her long, wet hair left open, just a pin holding them back from falling on her lovely face. 'A true Himalayan flower' Dhiren had thought. — Joyita Nag Shankar
Morning Lovely Sayings By Kristian Goldmund Aumann: Lovely as the morning; I want to kiss your heart until the next darkness will Lovely as the morning; I want to kiss your heart until the next darkness will redeem its promise. — Kristian Goldmund Aumann
Morning Lovely Sayings By Thom Yorke: I'm a full grown man and I'm not tall enough to ride a rollercoaster. So I'm a full grown man and I'm not tall enough to ride a rollercoaster. So I will sit on the teacups, eat my tea and biscuits and reminisce with the cheshire cat who lives in my head. Oh hello Mr. Cheshire, lovely weather this morning. Mr. Cheshire? Oh my god. — Thom Yorke
Morning Lovely Sayings By Bo Sanchez: Our bodies need regular washing because we get dirty everyday. But so do our hearts! Our bodies need regular washing because we get dirty everyday. But so do our hearts! Because each day, people hurt us, offend us, forget us, snub us, step on us, reject us. But if we choose to forgive everyone everyday, we cleanse our hearts! We wake up the next morning refreshed and pure and lovely! — Bo Sanchez
Morning Lovely Sayings By Thomas Merton: Lovely morning! How lovely life can be! Lovely morning! How lovely life can be! — Thomas Merton
Morning Lovely Sayings By Mary Oliver: I Go Down To The ShoreI go down to the shore in the morningand depending I Go Down To The Shore
I go down to the shore in the morning
and depending on the hour the waves
are rolling in or moving out,
and I say, oh, I am miserable,
what shall
what should I do? And the sea says
in its lovely voice:
Excuse me, I have work to do. — Mary Oliver
Morning Lovely Sayings By Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe: How happy I am that my heart can feel the simple, harmless bliss of the How happy I am that my heart can feel the simple, harmless bliss of the person who brings to his table a cabbage he has grown himself, not just the cabbage alone but all the good days, the beautiful morning he planted it, the lovely evenings he watered it, and as he had his joy in its advancing growth, he enjoys it all again in the one moment. — Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
Morning Lovely Sayings By Aya Kito: Don't cry, you crybaby! When you think things are hard, that's the time you are Don't cry, you crybaby! When you think things are hard, that's the time you are maturing as a person. If you get over the darkness, a wonderful new day will come. The bright morning will be filled with light and the birds will be singing . There'll be white roses with a lovely fragrance ... — Aya Kito
Morning Lovely Sayings By Charles Dickens: She is like the morning," he said. "With that golden hair, those blue eyes, and She is like the morning," he said. "With that golden hair, those blue eyes, and that fresh bloom on her cheek, she is like the summer morning. The birds here will mistake her for it. We will not call such a lovely young creature as that, who is a joy to all mankind, an orphan. She is the child of the universe. — Charles Dickens
Morning Lovely Sayings By Colleen Houck: Lily, I can honestly tell you that i have never in my long life come Lily, I can honestly tell you that i have never in my long life come across a creature as beguilinig as you. You are as fresh and as lovely as a budding flower by the dew of a golden morning. I breathe you in and am filled with the taste of sunshine, life, and hope. You are much more than beautiful. You are ... temptation personified. — Colleen Houck
Morning Lovely Sayings By Jensen Ackles: I love the smell of shampoo on a girl's hair. You can walk past someone I love the smell of shampoo on a girl's hair. You can walk past someone and be like, 'Wow, you took a shower this morning, didn't you? Because you smell lovely.' — Jensen Ackles
Morning Lovely Sayings By Conor Oberst: Well morning came, and it dressed the sky in a lovely yellow gown. Shopping malls Well morning came, and it dressed the sky in a lovely yellow gown. Shopping malls are opening in that narrow hallway of downtown, filled with people who are shopping for their lovers and their friends, singing I won't ever be lonely again — Conor Oberst
Morning Lovely Sayings By M.F. Moonzajer: You are funny like a kid and awesome like a princessUnseen like an angel, like You are funny like a kid and awesome like a princess
Unseen like an angel, like the morning sunshine ...
Kindness like a river and highness like a mountain,
In the middle of the Rheine, the cute face and sweet lips ...
(La la la la, La la , mmmm , mm ... )
Keep the lovely smile, in your juicy icy eyes
Open the heaven for my eyes, forever angel voice
Never angry never harsh, never mad never marsh
Dear or darling, either diamond or dime,
Overall the dream of the world — M.F. Moonzajer
Morning Lovely Sayings By Donna Tartt: Too much - too tempting - to have my hands on it and not look Too much - too tempting - to have my hands on it and not look at it. Quickly I slid it out, and almost immediately its glow enveloped me, something almost musical, an internal sweetness that was inexplicable beyond a deep, blood-rocking harmony of rightness, the way your heart beat slow and sure when you were with a person you felt safe with and loved. A power, a shine, came off it, a freshness like the morning light in my old bedroom in New York which was serene yet exhilarating, a light that rendered everything sharp-edged and yet more tender and lovely than it actually was, and lovelier still because it was part of the past, and irretrievable: wallpaper glowing, the old Rand McNally globe in half-shadow. — Donna Tartt
Morning Lovely Sayings By Debasish Mridha: Every morning, appreciate the golden glowing sun for giving you life. Every evening, appreciate yourself Every morning, appreciate the golden glowing sun for giving you life. Every evening, appreciate yourself for making the world a little more joyful with your lovely presence. — Debasish Mridha
Morning Lovely Sayings By J.T. Ellison: They passed the morning comfortably, chatting, doing the girlie things that would signal to the They passed the morning comfortably, chatting, doing the girlie things that would signal to the world that Taylor was getting married. French manicures, pedicures, facials. A lovely massage, a quick eyebrow and bikini wax, then they were ready to go. Five hours of pure, unadulterated primping. As they walked out into the freezing air, Taylor was amazed at how relaxed she felt. Taylor — J.T. Ellison
Morning Lovely Sayings By Thomas Pynchon: Lovely morning, World War Two. Lovely morning, World War Two. — Thomas Pynchon
Morning Lovely Sayings By Robert Lowell: Loser""Father directed choir. When it paused on a Sunday,he liked to loiter out morning with Loser"
"Father directed choir. When it paused on a Sunday,
he liked to loiter out morning with the girls;
then back to our cottage, dinner cold on the table,
Mother locked in bed devouring tabloid.
You should see him, white fringe about his ears,
bald head more biased than a billiard ball
he never left a party. Mother left by herself
I threw myself from her car and broke my leg ...
Years later, he said, 'How jolly of you to have jumped.'
He forgot me, mother replaced his name, I miss him.
When I am unhappy, I try to squeeze the hour
an hour or half-hour smaller than it is;
orphaned, I wake at midnight and pray for day
the lovely ladies get me through the day — Robert Lowell
Morning Lovely Sayings By Laini Taylor: Hello, King Morgan," said Gabriel, popping his head into the lab. "And how is the Hello, King Morgan," said Gabriel, popping his head into the lab. "And how is the planet's only non-idiot on this fine day?"
"Screw you," replied Morgan, without turning from his computer.
"Ah, excellent," said Gabriel. "I'm having a lovely morning, too. — Laini Taylor
Morning Lovely Sayings By Charles Simic: Because the light is always with usand the hush of an early morningtime propitious to Because the light is always with us
and the hush of an early morning
time propitious to plain speech
space between the premonition
and the event
the small lovely realm
of the possible. — Charles Simic
Morning Lovely Sayings By Karen Hawkins: Dougal eyed the breakfast repast. In addition to burnt toast, there was poorly trimmed ham, Dougal eyed the breakfast repast. In addition to burnt toast, there was poorly trimmed ham, eggs that looked rubbery enough to bounce off the floor, pathetically dry scones, and small, smoking pieces of something he suspected had once been kippers.
Sophia noted Dougal's disgusted expression, and her heart lifted.
He looked amazingly handsome this morning, dressed in a pale blue riding coat and white shirt, his dark blond hair curling over his collar, his green eyes glinting as he began to fill his plate. Two scones, a scoop of eggs, and a large piece of blackened ham all went onto his plate.
Sophia had eaten earlier in the kitchen with Mary, who had served warm muffins with cream and marmalade, some lovely bacon, and crusty toast, complemented by a pot of hot tea.
Sophia hid a smile as Dougal attempted to cut his ham. Too tough for his blade, it tore into uneven pieces under his knife. He lifted a piece and regarded it on the tines of his fork. — Karen Hawkins
Morning Lovely Sayings By Paul Cornell: But the Fear (that sensation that all writers get of how the hell do words But the Fear (that sensation that all writers get of how the hell do words get from my puny little brain to into a book, and isn't magic somehow involved, and surely I'm not qualified to be involved in any part of that process, and I somehow managed that tomorrow, but you mean I have to do it this morning too, well how do I even start?) withdraws quite a bit when it's already light and lovely outside when I get to my desk. So I got right past that big moment today, and into the fun slide down towards the ending, yelling whee. — Paul Cornell
Morning Lovely Sayings By D.H. Lawrence: She came upon a bankside of lavender crocuses. The sun was on them for the She came upon a bankside of lavender crocuses. The sun was on them for the moment, and they were opened flat, great five-pointed, seven-pointed lilac stars, with burning centres, burning with a strange lavender flame, as she had seen some metal burn lilac-flamed in the laboratory of the hospital at Islington. All down and oak-dry bankside they burned their great exposed stars. And she felt like going down on her knees and bending her forehead to the earth in an oriental submission, they were so royal, so lovely, so supreme. She came again to them in the morning, when the sky was grey, and they were closed, sharp clubs, wonderfully fragile on their stems of sap, among leaves and old grass and wild periwinkle. They had wonderful dark stripes running up their cheeks, the crocuses, like the clear proud stripes on a badger's face, or on some proud cat. She took a handful of the sappy, shut, striped flames. In her room they opened into a grand bowl of lilac fire. — D.H. Lawrence