The Virgin Spring Famous Quotes & Sayings

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The Virgin Spring Sayings By Percy Bysshe Shelley: All things are recreated, and the flame Of consentaneous love inspires all life. The fertile All things are recreated, and the flame Of consentaneous love inspires all life. The fertile bosom of the earth gives suck To myriads, who still grow beneath her care, Rewarding her with their pure perfectness; The balmy breathings of the wind inhale Her virtues and diffuse them all abroad; Health floats amid the gentle atmosphere, Glows in the fruits and mantles on the stream; No storms deform the beaming brow of heaven, Nor scatter in the freshness of its pride The foliage of the ever-verdant trees; But fruits are ever ripe, flowers ever fair, And autumn proudly bears her matron grace, Kindling a flush on the fair cheek of spring, Whose virgin bloom beneath the ruddy fruit Reflects its tint and blushes into love. — Percy Bysshe Shelley
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The Virgin Spring Sayings By Miklos Vamos: The world comes to life. Wisps of green steal across the fields, rich with the The world comes to life. Wisps of green steal across the fields, rich with the promise of spring. Tiny shoots push through the soil. Virgin buds uncoil at the tips of branches. Soft, fresh grass sweeps and swells across the meadows. Thornbushes blossom on the hillsides. The walnut tress have survived the winter, though their antlered crowns still stand bare. Fresh leaves reach longingly for rain from the sky. — Miklos Vamos
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The Virgin Spring Sayings By Paulo Coelho: The Virgin (and I'm not speaking here of a sexual virgin) is the one whose The Virgin (and I'm not speaking here of a sexual virgin) is the one whose search springs from her complete independence, and everything she learns is the fruit of her ability to face challenges alone. — Paulo Coelho
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The Virgin Spring Sayings By Virginia Woolf: The spring without a leaf to toss, bare and bright like a virgin fierce in The spring without a leaf to toss, bare and bright like a virgin fierce in her chastity, scornful in her purity, was laid out on fields wide-eyed and watchful and entirely careless of what was done or thought by the beholders. — Virginia Woolf
The Virgin Spring Sayings By Ingmar Bergman: Now I want to make it plain that 'The Virgin Spring' must be regarded as Now I want to make it plain that 'The Virgin Spring' must be regarded as an aberration. It's touristic, a lousy imitation of Kurosawa. — Ingmar Bergman
The Virgin Spring Sayings By Henry Adams: The spring is here, young and beautiful as ever, and absolutely shocking in its display The spring is here, young and beautiful as ever, and absolutely shocking in its display of reckless maternity; but the Judas treewill bloom for you on the Bosphorus if you get there in time. No one ever loved the dog-wood and Judas tree as I have done, and it is my one crown of life to be sure that I am going to take them with me to heaven to enjoy real happiness with the Virgin and them. — Henry Adams
The Virgin Spring Sayings By Garret Dillahunt: You'll see a lot more blood in 'Saw' movies or something like that than you You'll see a lot more blood in 'Saw' movies or something like that than you will in either of the 'Last House' movies. I kind of think it owes more to 'The Virgin Spring' which is the original source material, the Bergman movie. — Garret Dillahunt
The Virgin Spring Sayings By Kate Perry: I don't think I want to have this sort of conversation with you, especially since I don't think I want to have this sort of conversation with you, especially since you're going to be a virgin till you're thirty-five."
Anna grinned. "I won't tell you about Hans and Boris during spring break then."
"You hung out on my couch during spring break."
"So did Hans and Boris."
- Perfect For You — Kate Perry
The Virgin Spring Sayings By Max Von Sydow: I actually know the moment I became known. It was at the Cannes Film Festival, I actually know the moment I became known. It was at the Cannes Film Festival, when they showed 'The Virgin Spring.' I walked into that theater as one person, and I walked out as another. — Max Von Sydow
The Virgin Spring Sayings By Martin Prechtel: God must be a smell, one of those delicious dreamy aromas that float into the God must be a smell, one of those delicious dreamy aromas that float into the soul on the warm hopeful days of spring. What is God must be one of those smells that beguile and inebriate the mind, who like a fine drunken horse of water the heart now rides, galloping wild in every direction like a river flooding right through the topsoil of your youth, cutting and eroding a groove that will be your life, a canyon sunk deep into the virgin plains and unsawn forests of your early days. — Martin Prechtel