Best 198 of Fairy quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 14 Sep

Megan Hart

It was not a happy ending of the sort in fairy tales, but it was the only one we had.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Lewis Spence

In my view the study of fairy origins assumes a greater degree of importance than popular opinion is wont to concede to it. Indeed, the ideas associated with it strike at the very roots of human belief and primitive methods of reasoning. It is scarcely to be questioned that the explanation of fairy origins is of the utmost value to the better comprehension of primitive religion. Later it will be made clear that, for the writer at least, the whole tradition of Faerie reveals quite numerous and excellent proofs of its former existence as a primitive and separate cult and faith, more particularly as regards its appearance and tradition in these islands.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Terry Pratchett

A lot of the stories were highly suspicious, in her opinion. There was the one that ended when the two good children pushed the wicked witch into her own oven...Stories like this stopped people thinking properly, she was sure. She'd read that one and thought, Excuse me? No one has an oven big enough to get a whole person in, and what made the children think they could just walk around eating people's houses in any case? And why does some boy too stupid to know a cow is worth a lot more than five beans have the right to murder a giant and steal all his gold? Not to mention commit an act of ecological vandalism? And some girl who can't tell the difference between a wolf and her grandmother must either have been as dense as teak or come from an extremely ugly family.

By Anonym 19 Sep

P. J. Roscoe

The world would be a brighter, happier place, if we could only remember our childhood wonder.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Hope Mirrlees

The country people, indeed, did not always clearly distinguish between the Fairies and the dead. They called them both the 'Silent People'; and the Milky Way they thought was the path along which the dead were carried to Fairyland.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Lewis Spence

It must be understood that in some cases the process by which a god or goddess degenerates into a fairy may occupy centuries, and that in the passage of generations such an alteration may be brought about in appearance and traits as to make it seem impossible that any relationship actually exists between the old form and the new. This may be accounted for by the circumstance that in gradually assuming the traits of fairyhood the god or goddess may also have taken on the characteristics of fairies which Already existed in the minds of the folk, the elves of a past age, who were already elves at a period when he or she still flourished in the full vigour of godhead. For in one sense Faerie represents a species of limbo, a great abyss of traditional material, into which every kind of ancient belief came to be cast as the acceptance of one new faith after another dictated the abandonment of forms and ideas unacceptable to its doctrines. The difference between god and fairy is indeed the difference between religion and folk-lore.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Frances Hodgson Burnett

Am I the same cold, ragged damp Sara? And to think I used to pretend and pretend and wish there were fairies! The one thing I always wanted was to see a fairy story come true. I am living in a fairy story. I feel as if I might be a fairy myself, and able to turn things into anything else.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Juan Antonio Bayona

If you want to tell grown-up fairy tales, you have to look for the dark side.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Big L

Step to this and get shanked up I knocked out so many teeth the tooth fairy went bankrupt

By Anonym 17 Sep

Mollie Hunter

No mortal ear could have heard the kelpie passing through the night, for the great black hooves of it were as soundless in their stride as feathers falling.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Taylor Swift

I have to believe in fairy tales and I have to believe in love.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Kristen Bell

Life isn't a fairy tale, and happy endings are few and far between

By Anonym 15 Sep

R. Murray Gilchrist

As the last dish of confections was removed a weird pageant swept across the further end of the banqueting-room: Oberon and Titania with Robin Goodfellow and the rest, attired in silks and satins gorgeous of hue, and bedizened with such late flowers as were still with us. I leaned forward to commend, and saw that each face was brown and wizened and thin-haired: so that their motions and their wedding paean felt goblin and discomforting; nor could I smile till they departed by the further door. ("The Basilisk")

By Anonym 19 Sep

Thomm Quackenbush

They were once fairies and elves. Now they are creatures from beyond the stars because you no longer believe in anything but humans.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Margaret Thatcher

We should not expect the state to appear in the guise of an extravagant good fairy at every christening, a loquacious companion at every stage of life's journey, and the unknown mourner at every funeral.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Guillermo Del Toro

The fairies in the ancient notion of fairies, they are not positive and cute and twinkly.They can be incredibly nasty or they can be incredibly benign. It's a really interesting mythology when you dig into it.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Brian Froud

The myths and legends about Faerie are many and diverse, and often contradictory. Only one thing is certain - that nothing is certain. All things are possible in the land of Faerie.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Eddie Lenihan

And there, on that road, that very minute, he started to play - the most lonesome music that them priests ever in their lives heard. It brought water out o' their teeth, so it did.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Andrew Lang

Of all the minor creatures of mythology, fairies are the most beautiful, the most numerous, the most memorable.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Charlie Jane Anders

When it comes to love triangles and duels to the death, you should always cheat. - Fairy Werewolf vs. Zombie Vampire

By Anonym 19 Sep

Cherie De Sues

WEST SALEM ~ October 2011 A sudden vision, fraught with malevolence and darkness, obscured her sight. The face of a menacing figure turned from the shadows of his grisly handiwork and stared at Sorcha. Her muscles tensed. By the Goddess, could he see her? Please! No! She wanted to scream, to run, but the vision ensnared her into the horrific moment like a fly in a spider's web.

By Anonym 13 Sep

John Donne

God is so omnipresent. . . . God is an angel in an angel, and a stone in a stone, and a straw in a straw.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Tracey-anne Mccartney

She placed her arms and hands strategically over the areas of her body that she felt uncomfortable with, but he moved closer, and his hands gently pulled them away too. “There’s no need to hide from me, you’re beautiful.” His lips then softly kissed the places that she tried to hide. At first, she felt self-conscious, but after taking several deep breaths, she focused purely on him, and not on her fears of not being sexy enough. She felt open, perhaps a little too exposed, more naked inside than out. She knew that her old inhibitions were causing her nervousness, and tried harder to relax. It was difficult having someone looking deeper than her just her body, something she wasn’t used to.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Becca Ritchie

She blames herself. I hurt from knowing that I hurt her. Even when we know all of these other people are to blame. My friends. The media. Not her. Not me. I can’t help myself. I continue the cycle and I say, “I don’t want to hurt you.” Lily is quiet for a moment before she says, “I’m tougher than you think. You just need to believe in me. You know, like a fairy.” I do believe in fairies. I do. I do. The jubilant chorus from Peter Pan fills my ears. I look up at her, tears in both our eyes. Is that how we end this? I trust that I can share my grief with her and that she won’t crumble beneath the pain? She nods to me like go on. I can handle it.

By Anonym 13 Sep

John Milton

Fairy damsels met in forest wide / By knights of Logres, or of Lyones, / Lancelot or Pelleas, or Pellenore.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Wirt Gerrare

How different this world to the one about which I used to read, and in which I used to live! This is one peopled by demons, phantoms, vampires, ghouls, boggarts, and nixies. Names of things of which I knew nothing are now so familiar that the creatures themselves appear to have real existence. The Arabian Nights are not more fantastic than our gospels; and Lempriere would have found ours a more marvelous world to catalog than the classical mythical to which he devoted his learning. Ours is a world of luprachaun and clurichaune, deev and cloolie, and through the maze of mystery I have to thread my painful way, now learning how to distinguish oufe from pooka, and nis from pixy; study long screeds upon the doings of effreets and dwergers, or decipher the dwaul of delirious monks who have made homunculi from refuse. Waking or sleeping, the image of some uncouth form is always present to me. What would I not give for a volume by the once despised 'A. L. O. E' or prosy Emma Worboise? Talk of the troubles of Winifred Bertram or Jane Eyre, what are they to mine? Talented authoresses do not seem to know that however terrible it may be to have as a neighbour a mad woman in a tower, it is much worse to have to live in a kitchen with a crocodile. This elementary fact has escaped the notice of writers of fiction; the re-statement of it has induced me to reconsider my decision as to the most longed-for book; my choice now is the Swiss Family Robinson. In it I have no doubt I should find how to make even the crocodile useful, or how to kill it, which would be still better. ("Mysterious Maisie")

By Anonym 18 Sep

Awwthentic

She believes in love, in destiny and she knows ...she feels her prince in her destiny. She just has to wait for the right time.....

By Anonym 18 Sep

Alexia Purdy

She was never going to get used to how much the Faeries seem to stare at her, as if dissecting her and examining the little pieces inside her like a science project.~Ever Fire: A Dark Faerie Tale #2

By Anonym 14 Sep

Alexander Pope

The dances ended, all the fairy train For pinks and daisies search'd the flow'ry plain.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Grace Kelly

The idea of my life as a fairy tale is itself a fairy tale.

By Anonym 18 Sep

A. E. Coppard

O, sir,' murmured Sheila, still on her knees, 'please forgive me.' 'Forgive you! 0, la, la, la!' cunningly cried the droll, and strutting like an actor. 'Forgiveness is easy, is it not? O, yes, it is nothing. You are a young woman full of pride. O. yes! - but that is nothing. And full of penitence, and that is nothing, too. Pride is nothing, penitence nothing, forgiveness nothing, but even a bargain in farthings must be paid to be made, and I am a plain business man. What costs nothing brings no balm, and you would not like that, you would not like that, now would you?' (“The Bogey Man”)

By Anonym 15 Sep

Lewis Carroll

Thy loving smile will surely hail The love-gift of a fairy tale.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Awwthentic

He will never let her go. Never. she belongs to him..Forever.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Wayne Dyer

The more you give away, the more you get back.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Awwthentic

Rose, we are here today. Tomorrow we don’t know where life will take us to. So, as long as we have today in our hands, let’s not slip it from our hands. Let’s live it!

By Anonym 13 Sep

Vladimir Nabokov

All great novels are great fairy tales.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Kim Harrison

Have you been sniffing fairy farts?

By Anonym 18 Sep

Chris Disano Davenport

Protect me from the fairies wild, Or exchange thee for a stolen child. A debt be paid more than a few, Tempting hunger with fairy stew. A mother’s distraction used as bait, To steal unchristen babes in wait. Malevolent fairies will deceive, Of lower nature and unbelief. An act to reflect the human soul, Will light the darkness of shadow. By living life of higher mind, A changeling thee will never find. In thy cradle a bundle of love, Your child protected by God above." Changelings, Meet the Little People...An Enchanting Adventure

By Anonym 15 Sep

Richard Dawkins

We cannot, of course, disprove God, just as we can't disprove Thor, fairies, leprechauns, and the Flying Spaghetti Monster. But, like those other fantasies that we can't disprove, we can say that God is very, very improbable.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Kathy Bryson

Everything you’re telling me was just a story, and now it’s real.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Amy Lane

I will love you forever,” I murmured, and he stroked the hair off of my forehead. I will hold you to that.” His face was grim and his voice was sober—he touched my handprint of chaos as he said it, and I knew in my bones that it was a solemn vow, and not a sweet or a kind offering of love at all. Green would make me live if he had to crack the foundations of the world.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Kailin Gow

Hush,” I said. “I’m here, and I’m not letting you out of my sight anytime soon so keep holding me tight.” I looked down, a little more than afraid of plummeting hundreds of feet down.- Breena to Kian, Silver Frost

By Anonym 15 Sep

Brandon Mull

The surprise is on the far side." "You're sure?" "Positive." "It better not be another fairy," Seth said. "What's the matter with fairies?" "I've already seen about a billion of them and also they turned me into a walrus.

By Anonym 16 Sep

C. S. Einfeld

For it is a true fact that faeries, just like people, very often find that a full belly and a good friend are all that they need to be happy.

By Anonym 14 Sep

J. Maarten Troost

Like many air travelers, I am aware that airplanes fly aided by capricious fairies and invisible strings.

By Anonym 14 Sep

David Copperfield

I was a captive and a slave. I loved Dora Spenlow to distraction! She was more than human to me. She was a Fairy, a Sylph, I dont know what she was--anything that no one ever saw, and everything that everybody ever wanted.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Awwthentic

She is not an ordinary girl. She is my fairy who will change my life and make it beautiful with her smiles.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Harriet Beecher Stowe

the temperaments of children are often as oddly unsuited to parents as if capricious fairies had been filling cradles with changelings.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Walter Scott

And see ye not that braid braid road That lies across that lily leven? That is the path of wickedness Though some call it the road to heaven

By Anonym 15 Sep

Widyawati Oktavia

Bagiku, kepergian tak pernah menyimpan kehilangan, Rayina. Tak pernah ada. Kepergian hanya menyimpan langkah bersamanya. Dan, memang selalu begitu. Aku bukan peminat kehilangan.