Best 2 269 of Moon quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 15 Sep

Nathalia Crane

The sun shall shine in ages yet to be, The musing moon illumine pastures dim, And afterwards a new nativity For all who slept the dreamless interim.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Henry Beston

The seas are the hearts blood of the earth. Plucked up and kneaded by the sun and the moon, the tides are systole and diastole of earth's veins.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Edgar Allan Poe

At midnight, in the month of June, I stand beneath the mystic moon.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Carla H Krueger

On some days she was able to see both sun and moon at the same time. Like feuding cousins, they hung in two corners of the vast world-ceiling refusing to look at one another. The moon was always harder to spot and more faded, but it was there if you looked, as many things were.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Darren Criss

I always shoot for the moon in my work, so that I'm happy when I land on the roof.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Arthur Goldberg

I am surprised nothing has been made of the fact that astronaut Neil Armstrong carried no sidearms when he landed on the moon.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Piper Payne

I watched him with wonder like the stars watch the moon, falling in love with every crescent, dark side, and dream.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Moonshine Noire

A radiant full moon of silver hangs in the black sky, between the veils of misty clouds.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Charles Caleb Colton

Some men of a secluded and studious life, have sent forth from their closet or their cloister, rays of intellectual light that have agitated courts, and revolutionized kingdoms; like the moon, that far removed from the ocean, and shining upon it with a serene and sober light, is the chief cause of all those ebbings and flowings which incessantly disturb that world of waters.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Julian Bond

Obama is to the Tea Party as the moon is to werewolves.

By Anonym 13 Sep

O. Henry

Beauty is Nature in perfection; circularity is its chief attribute. Behold the full moon, the enchanting golf ball, the domes of splendid temples, the huckleberry pie, the wedding ring, the circus ring, the ring for the waiter, and the "round" of drinks.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Janet Fitch

The moon rose, squatting in the strained blue.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Laurence Overmire

Despite what we humans may or may not do, the Earth will endure, going on as it always has, forever at home with the revolution of sun and moon and wayward, inconstant star.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Rudyard Kipling

The cat will keep his side of the bargain. He will kill mice, and he will be kind to babies when he is in the house, just so long as they do not pull his tail too hard. But when he has done that, and between times, and when the moon gets up and night comes, he is the Cat that walks by himself, and all places are alike to him. Then he goes out to the Wet Wild Woods or up on the Wet Wild trees or on the Wet Wild roofs, waving his wild tail and walking by his wild lone.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Sylvia Plath

My thoughts are crabbed and sallow, My tears like vinegar, Or the bitter blinking yellow Of an acetic star. Tonight the caustic wind, love, Gossips late and soon, And I wear the wry-faced pucker of The sour lemon moon. While like an early summer plum, Puny, green, and tart, Droops upon its wizened stem My lean, unripened heart.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Gene Cernan

One of the most important things about the geology on the moon is your descriptions of what you see, comparing them to things that you've seen on Earth so that the geologists and the scientists on the ground would know what you're talking about; and then take pictures of them.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Charles Dickens

It was a murky confusion — here and there blotted with a color like the color of the smoke from damp fuel — of flying clouds tossed up into most remarkable heaps, suggesting greater heights in the clouds than there were depths below them to the bottom of the deepest hollows in the earth, through which the wild moon seemed to plunge headlong, as if, in a dread disturbance of the laws of nature, she had lost her way and were frightened.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Peter Meinke

I loved a woman whose beauty Like the moon moved all the humming heavens to music till the stars with their tiny teeth burst into song and I fell on the ground before her while the sky hardened and she laughed and turned me down softly, I was so young.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Enock Maregesi

Ramachandra maana yake ni mwezi. Mwezi ni setilaiti na mwezi unamulika. Ramachandra anaitwa setilaiti kwa sababu ya umuhimu wake katika bara la Asia. Anamulika India na bara zima la Asia, na Australia, kwa niaba ya Kolonia Santita. Ana miaka 44. Ana mke na watoto 6. Ni jambazi aliyekubuhu wa India.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Anousheh Ansari

It is a very naive view to think that the resources and conditions on earth would last forever. Our race has to take necessary steps to be able to develop the technology necessary to live on other planets and moons and to reach to farther corners of the galaxy.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Teresa Medeiros

I don’t know what was more exhausting—being forced to spew out overwrought poetry for hours on end or having that little girl gaze at me all night as if I hung the moon.” A wry smile touched Adrian’s lips. “Didn’t you?” “No,” Julian retorted, lifting the decanter to the sky in a mocking toast. “Only the stars.

By Anonym 14 Sep

John Milton

Moping melancholy And moon-struck madness.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Virginia Woolf

And it was awfully strange, he thought, how she still had the power, as she came tinkling, rustling, still had the power as she came across the room, to make the moon, which he detested, rise at Bourton on the terrace in the summer sky.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Suzy Kassem

Before you diagnose any sickness, make sure there is no sickness in the mind or heart. For the emotions in a man's moon or sun, can point to the sickness in any one of his other parts.

By Anonym 16 Sep

A. P. Sweet

i witness the birth of the moon and her servants walking the night sky pulling us into their wake

By Anonym 13 Sep

Jerome Corsi

I don't believe in the moon landing conspiracy theory. I don't believe in Big Foot.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Helen Josephine Sanborn

we passed Costa Rica, and were near land. We had a most gorgeous sunset, and a full moon at night; besides, the water was all aglow with brilliant phosphorescence, which looked like great fiery serpents playing about the steamer

By Anonym 19 Sep

Yevgeny Zamyatin

The moon hangs alien, heavy, like a lock on a door; the door is tightly shut. ("The North")

By Anonym 15 Sep

Yasunari Kawabata

The sound of the freezing of snow over the land seemed to roar deep into the earth. There was no moon. The stars, almost too many of them to be true, came forward so brightly that it was as if they were falling with the swiftness of the void. As the stars came nearer, the sky retreated deeper and deeper into the night color. The layers of the Border Range, indistinguishable one from another, cast their heaviness at the skirt of the starry sky in a blackness grave and somber enough to communicate their mass. The whole of the night scene came together in a clear, tranquil harmony.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Gabriel Garcia Marquez

The night was over, for he did not dare to play forbidden games with a woman who had proven too many times that she knew the dark side of the moon.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Woody Allen

Notes for a ballet, The Spell: ... Suddenly Sigmund hears the flutter of wings, and a group of wild swans flies across the moon ... Sigmund is astounded to see that their leader is part swan and part woman - unfortunately, divided lengthwise. She enchants Sigmund, who is careful not to make any poultry jokes.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Dave Matthews

Satellite in my eyes Like a diamond in the sky How I wonder Satellite strung from the moon And the world your balloon Peeping Tom for the mother station

By Anonym 14 Sep

Harrison Salisbury

I think that it is a great achievement to put a person on the moon. But to put a person on the earth-that is even more.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Ray Bradbury

We've got to reinvest in space travel.  We should have never left the moon.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Raven Grimassi

According to the oral tradition of Witches, we were once the priests and priestesses of a peasant Pagan religion. Members of this secret sect met at night beneath the full moon, for these were the "misfits" and "outcasts" who did not fit into mainstream society. Little has changed over the centuries and the Witchcraft community still embraces individuals frequently rejected in mainstream society. These include gays, lesbians, transgendered individuals, and other people with the courage to live their lives authentically in accord with who they are inside their hearts, minds, and spirits.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Buzz Aldrin

The way I see it, what is going to come out of the moon activities is a respect for U.S. leadership.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Konstantin Tsiolkovsky

From the rocket we can see the huge sphere of the planet in one or another phase of the Moon. We can see how the sphere rotates, and how within a few hours it shows all its sides successively ... and we shall observe various points on the surface of the Earth for several minutes and from different sides very closely. This picture is so majestic, attractive and infinitely varied that I wish with all my soul that you and I could see it.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Annie Proulx

The moon's reflection bored into the flat water like a hole into the sea, like the ice well where Tert Card's father's hairy devil washed his pots and pans.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Yosa Buson

Calligraphy of geese against the sky- the moon seals it.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Ai Yazawa

The table was her stage. The mobile phone was the microphone. And the new moon was the spotlight. That kind of magic only Nana could make it happen.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Aleksandra Mir

The space program caused so much future-thinking in culture. People who couldn't go to the Moon were building space-fantasy chairs and corsets and hairdos and anything that they could put their hands on.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Neymat Khan

Dusk had fallen, While the sky was gray, Red flowers bloomed, And the yellow fade away, Night was to fall, But the sun had to stay, Moon of fourteen, For the lover had to pray, Life gave up hope, Yet the heart had to say, Lover wrote a letter, But the pigeon lost it's way.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Neil Degrasse Tyson

People say, oh we just need charismatic leaders to continue on to Mars. Now we've gone to the moon, of course Mars is next. No. Mars was never, of course, next. It is next if you think we went to the moon because we're explorers, but if you know we went to the moon because we were at war then we're never going to Mars. There's no military reason to do it, to justify the expenditure.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Sappho

The Moon and Pleiades have set, / Midnight is nigh, / The time is passing, passing, yet / Alone I lie.

By Anonym 19 Sep

George Orwell

The moon is beautiful partly because we cannot reach it, (the sea is impressive because one can never be sure of crossing it safely. Even the pleasure one takes in a flower — and this is true even of a botanist who knows all there is to be known about the flower is dependent partly on the sense of mystery.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Peter Grey

Yet above all these hangs the moon as our proof, between our legs runs honey and blood. She teaches us in dreams.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Jostein Gaarder

If there is a god, he is not only a wizard at leaving clues behind. More than anything, he's a master of concealment. And the world is not something that gives itself away. The heavens still keep their secrets. There is little gossip amongst the stars. But no one has forgotten the Big Bang yet. Since then, silence has reigned supreme, and every thing there is moving away. One can still come across a moon. Or a comet. Just don't expect friendly greetings. No visiting cards are printed in space.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Megan Whalen Turner

He could tell her he loved her. He ached to shout it out loud for the gods and everyone to hear. Little good it would do. Better to trust in the moon's promises than in the word of the Thief of Eddis. He was famous in three countries for his lies.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Susan Howatch

Its really most remarkable how the human race is so seldom satisfied with what its got. Give a man the world and he's pining for the moon.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Haruki Murakami

Each "way of thinking" has its own shape and color, which wax and wane like the moon.