Thursday, November 14, 2019 Text is available under the CC BY-SA 3.0 licence.

Allan Cunningham

« All quotes from this author
 

When looks were fond and words were few.
--
"The Poet's Bridal-day Song", line 20.

 
Allan Cunningham

» Allan Cunningham - all quotes »



Tags: Allan Cunningham Quotes, Authors starting by C


Similar quotes

 

Oh some are fond of Spanish wine, and some are fond of French,
And someíll swallow tay and stuff fit only for a wench;
But Iím for right Jamaica till I roll beneath the bench,
Says the old bold mate of Henry Morgan.

 
John Masefield
 

"Well, [Lorca had] a gift for gab. For example, he makes striking metaphors, but I think he makes striking metaphors for him, because I think that his world was mostly verbal. I think that he was fond of playing words against each other, the contrast of words, but I wonder if he knew what he was doing."

 
Federico Garcia Lorca
 

"Well, [Lorca had] a gift for gab. For example, he makes striking metaphors, but I think he makes striking metaphors for him, because I think that his world was mostly verbal. I think that he was fond of playing words against each other, the contrast of words, but I wonder if he knew what he was doing."

 
Jorge Luis Borges
 

"Well, [Lorca had] a gift for gab. For example, he makes striking metaphors, but I think he makes striking metaphors for him, because I think that his world was mostly verbal. I think that he was fond of playing words against each other, the contrast of words, but I wonder if he knew what he was doing."

 
Federico Garcia Lorca
 

Oft, in the stilly night,
Ere Slumber's chain has bound me,
Fond Memory brings the light
Of other days around me;
The smiles, the tears,
Of boyhood's years,
The words of love then spoken;
The eyes that shone,
Now dimm'd and gone,
The cheerful hearts now broken!

 
Thomas Moore
© 2009–2013Quotes Privacy Policy | Contact