Best 46 of Rabbit quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 16 Sep

Richard Adams

Human beings say, "It never rains but it pours." This is not very apt, for it frequently does rain without pouring. The rabbits' proverb is better expressed. They say, "One cloud feels lonely": and indeed it is true that the sky will soon be overcast.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Deyth Banger

Nice trap.... very nice... let's put it like the riochet rabbit.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Mark Andrew Poe

Why speed life up? There is so precious little of it.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Mark Andrew Poe

Heroes can lose their way. Sometimes, heroes can go missing from even themselves. Have you ever had that feeling in your own life?

By Anonym 16 Sep

Mark Andrew Poe

I do not support vengeance. I support justice. They are not one in the same.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Katie Mcgarry

Have you thought of doing it? Being a cattle farmer? If that's what it's called? I think we should do that, but replace cattle with bunnies and then we don't milk or eat the bunnies. We just let them multiply. Then we'll take over the world. Me the queen. You the king. Our bunnies the army nobody can defeat.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Charles Rafferty

Each October I walk into the woods looking for bones: rabbit skulls, a grackle spine, the pelvis of a deer with the blood bleached out. What died in the lush of roses and mint shines out from the tangle of twigs that bind it to the place of its last leaping. The living lack that kind of clarity. In late April, when the water spreads out and out till everything is lilies and seepage, there is only the mystery of tracks, a rustle receding in the many reeds. And so the bones accumulate across my windowsill: the flightless wings and exaggerated grins, the silent unmoving reminders of where the glories of April lead.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Mark Andrew Poe

I just wish human beings were better gardeners.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Justina Ireland

The point is, sometimes when the rabbit gets too fat, too comfortable, he makes mistakes. But the gardener, she ain’t got nothing but time. Because even the hungriest rabbit can’t eat the entire garden. At some point the good sheriff will make a mistake, some gross miscalculation, reveal some weakness, and that’s when we’ll find our freedom.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Mark Andrew Poe

A blessing changes the atmosphere. If you say something kind like, ‘How about being my partner at the annual Spring Fling Dance Contest?’, it’s going to affect the situation. If you say something mean, like ‘Harry Moon, you are shorter than my two-year-old brother,’ it’s going to affect circumstance. It’s the simple rule of cause and effect. You bless. You are bringing positivity. You curse. You are making the atmosphere lethal. All humans have the choice to change the atmosphere by what words they say. Think about it.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Mark Andrew Poe

I’ll tell you what time it is. It is time to be a hero.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Charles De Leusse

Because anticipate rather than search the bushes. (Car plutôt anticiper - Que les fourrés rechercher.) (The Rabbit and the Hedgehog / Le Lapin et le Hérisson)

By Anonym 16 Sep

Mark Andrew Poe

I'm just sayin'. I’ve have been around this block a lot longer than Siri.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Cherise Sinclair

Be brave, little rabbit. Take a chance.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Mark Andrew Poe

How can I be spying if I live inside you?" Rabbit asked.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Ranata Suzuki

A woman is at heart – a wild creature. But the creature itself … that depends on you. (His wild rabbit – your wild horse)

By Anonym 16 Sep

Mark Andrew Poe

I am Rabbit. I can be anywhere. I can be everywhere. I am outside time. I am outside dimension.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Laini Taylor

I want to be the guy in a movie who's, I don't know, out walking his rabbit on a leash (I don't have a rabbit) and knows exactly how to strike up a quirky, compelling conversation. Though maybe if you're walking a rabbit on a leash, you don't even have to speak; the rabbit does the work for you. Not that Zuzana seems like the rabbity type. Maybe if I were walking a fox on a leash. Or a hyena. Yeah, if I had a hyena, I'd probably never have to start a conversation again. Except for, "Sorry my hyena ate your leg.

By Anonym 18 Sep

J. A. Saare

Rhiannon's Law #16: If it looks like a rabbit, and it hops like a rabbit, run the other way and fast. That shit is liable to tear you arm off.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Mark Andrew Poe

I am Rabbit. I can be anywhere. I can be everywhere. I am outside time. I am outside dimension. Do you want me? I am yours.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Kazuki Nakashima

A lioness will use all of her strength even when hunting a rabbit.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Leonora Morrison

I’ve finally given in, my eyes are shut under the blindfold. I can hear and smell, but I cannot see. My hands are clammy I feel cold yet I am warm. It is what I wanted, but I am now unsure, dubious yet at the same time excited and curious. I would like to think I feel a bit like Alice just before she fell down the hole into the rabbit hole. Yet there are no rabbits here… not even those of the rampant persuasion.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Mark Andrew Poe

Do no evil.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Blaise Pascal

Men spend their time in following a ball or a hare; it is the pleasure even of kings.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Mark Andrew Poe

I am love. But no one has ever said that love is easy.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Anne Bishop

Wait! I'm the one who's supposed to chase!

By Anonym 15 Sep

Mark Andrew Poe

As the Great Magician says, there will always be trouble in the world. That’s why I say, there will always be a time for heroes.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Mark Andrew Poe

Remember your magic.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Israelmore Ayivor

I nearly killed a rabbit" is not an ingredient for preparing broth or pepper soup. "I lost it" may seem bitter; but "I nearly won it" is bitterest! Remember, if it must be done, then it must be done well!

By Anonym 16 Sep

Inio Asano

I always thought I wasn't afraid to die. No... No one is afraid of death itself. Your pain and suffering is over in an instant. What really makes me suffer... Is seeing you crying over me... From the darkness of the Milky Way. I'm sorry... Please don't make that face. You look best when you're smiling, you know.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Frederick C. Crews

No less instructive is the story, 'Pooh Goes Visiting,' in which Rabbit, having deceitfully offered Pooh admittance to sample his overstocked larder, artfully traps his victim in the doorway and exploits him as an unsalaried towel rack for an entire week.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Elizabeth Hoyt

I'd take her to the top of the widow's tower at Ainsdale Castle, late at night, and we'd watch the moon rise. The widow's tower was very high but she wasn't afraid. Sometimes I'd steal a pie from the kitchens and we'd picnic up there. I brought up a blanket, too, so she wouldn't have to sit on the bare stone floor." Mrs. Crumb made an aborted movement, as if she'd meant to turn to face him and then changed her mind. He let the wineglass dangle by his side. "I told her a rabbit lived on the moon and she believed me. She believed everything I told her then." "What rabbit?" "There." He roused himself, straightening. He drew back, fitting her against his chest and setting his chin on her shoulder. She smelled of tea and housekeeperly things, and she was warm, so warm. He caught up her right hand in his and traced the moon with it. "D'you see? There are the long ears, there the tail, there the forepaws, there the back." "I see," she whispered. "I told her the rabbit had lavender fur and ate pink moon clover up there." His mouth twisted, as he remembered. "She'd watch me with big blue eyes, her mouth half-open, a bit of piecrust on her dress. She hung on every word." He could hear her breath, could feel the tremble of her limbs. Did she fear him? "D'you believe me?" he asked against her ear, his lips wet with wine. She was a housekeeper and housekeepers didn't matter in the grand schemes of kings and dukes and little girls who wished upon rabbit moons. But she was silent, damnable housekeeper. They breathed together for a moment, there in the night air, London twinkling before them, overhung by a pagan moon. At last she stirred and asked, "What happened to the girl?" He broke away from her, draining his glass of wine. "She grew up and knew me for a liar.

By Anonym 18 Sep

C. Seanmcgee

Self-help and those stupid proverbs, they do nothing. Soul food? It’s like trying to cure starvation with a sugar cube. It might taste sweet on the lips but once it dissolves, the emptiness is still there.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Mark Andrew Poe

Rabbit is the space between the stars.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Mark Andrew Poe

We don’t need to wait for Heaven. Heaven is with us now.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Mark Andrew Poe

Even without church walls, or doors or sconces, Easter had come. Even without altars or crosses, Easter had come

By Anonym 16 Sep

Mark Andrew Poe

For a hero is someone who is selfless. Think about it, friends. Superman, Luke Skywalker, and Captain America. They are helping others. They aren’t only thinking for themselves. They are reaching out beyond themselves.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Mark Andrew Poe

Put your hand inside the hat, search with your fingers. He is the light wrapped inside the darkness. That’s the wonder of Rabbit. We think he’s not in the hat. But he is.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Lisa Kleypas

Poppy," she murmured, "no matter how Miss Marks tries to civilize me- and I do try to listen to her- I still have my own way of looking at the world. To me, people are scarcely different from animals. We're all God's creatures, aren't we? When I meet someone, I know immediately what animal they would be. When we first met Cam, for example, I knew he was a fox." "I suppose Cam is somewhat fox-like," Poppy said, amused. "What is Merripen? A bear?" "No, unquestionably a horse. And Amelia is a hen." "I would say an owl." "Yes, but don't you remember when one of our hens in Hampshire chased after a cow that had strayed too close to the nest? That's Amelia." Poppy grinned. "You're right." "And Win is a swan." "Am I also a bird? A lark? A robin?" "No, you're a rabbit." "A rabbit?" Poppy made a face. "I don't like that. Why am I a rabbit?" "Oh, rabbits are beautiful soft animals who love to be cuddled. They're very sociable, but they're happiest in pairs." "But their timid," Poppy protested. "Not always. They're brave enough to be companions to many other creatures. Even cats and dogs." "Well," Poppy said in resignation, "it's better than being a hedgehog, I suppose." "Miss Marks is a hedgehog," Beatrix said in a matter-of-fact tone that made Poppy grin. "And you're a ferret, aren't you, Bea?" "Yes. But I was leading to a point." "Sorry, go on." "I was going to say that Mr. Rutledge is a cat. A solitary hunter. With an apparent taste for rabbit.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Inio Asano

I always thought I wasn't afraid to die. No... no one is afraid of death itself. Your pain and suffering is over in an instant. What really makes me suffer... Is seeing you crying over me... From the darkness of the Milky Way. I'm sorry... Please don't make that face. You look best shdn you're smiling, you know.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Syed Ather

Slow and steady wins the race, only and only if the rabbit, competent, sleeps a while. But, fast and consistency always win it, even if rabbit is awaken.

By Anonym 19 Sep

H. M. Ward

Those guards are going to be all sorts of pissed when they find out they've been following a bunny rabbit.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Evangeline Walton

It was so awful! And he kept on looking at me and I knew I must get out of bed or he'd come and touch me. I did, too, but when I got out I wasn't me-I was a little white bunny. And he started out of the room and I had to go with him for fear he'd touch me. It felt so horrid, going out with him and looking back at mother there asleep. "We went into the main part of the house, and one of the big front doors was open, and we went out through it. And then he gave a big jump, and so did I, and it took us clear up into the sky. We couldn't fly, but we kept jumping and jumping. "Sometimes we stayed in the sky a little while, jumping from cloud to cloud, and the moon would get closer and closer and bigger and bigger, and its face would change and get horrible and grin at us until it seemed like its mouth was a mile wide and open, to swallow us up. And then we'd come down again and jump from one cliff to another, and the sea would be roaring down under us, and the waves all grey and cold and moving around and boiling like they were mad or afraid. "We went all over the island and sometimes we jumped over the sea to the mainland and back again; and sometimes I tried to get away and run back to Mother - I thought she'd know me even if I was a bunny - but always, whichever way I turned, the hare was there in front of me, and his teeth were shining. "We kept it up all night, and I was so tired and cold and miserable, and so scared. I didn't know whether he would ever let me go home or whether he would take me to Aunt Sarai. Then finally I did get away and the hare chased me!" She broke off, her voice rising again to a wail. "It was so awful! I ran all over the island, into all sorts of queer little places that I never knew were there before - it seems so different after dark - and finally, when two or three times I'd been so tired that I thought I just couldn't go any farther, before he caught me, I saw the house in front of me and the front door still open and I started to run in, and then I thought - what if they'd planned it that way, and Aunt Sarai had come down from her portrait and was inside there in the dark, waiting for me?

By Anonym 19 Sep

Mark Andrew Poe

This magic does not work with anger.

By Anonym 16 Sep

J. E. Fison

I'm scanning the sky for doo-doo missiles, when there's a bloodcurdling scream. An ugly thing with a human body, ears like a rabbit and a face so grotesque it would make gladiators wet their pants leaps off the roof of the houseboat. It lands right in front of me.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Mark Andrew Poe

There are all kinds of love. We place too much emphasis on romantic love as the be-all and end-all. But there is brotherly love. Sisterly love. Love for mom. Love for dad. And naturally, vice-versa. Even with our enemies, we should try to turn them into friends through love.