August Quotes

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August Quotes

August Quotes

“Breathe the sweetness that hovers in August.”

Denise Levertov.

 

“August creates as she slumbers, replete and satisfied.”

Joseph Wood Krutch.

 

“But I can see us lost in the memory, August slipped away into a moment in time…”

Taylor Swift

 

“August is the border between summer and autumn; it is the most beautiful month I know.”

Tove Jansson.

 

“Today is the first of August. It is hot, steamy, and wet. It is raining. I am tempted to write a poem.”

Sylvia Plath.

August Quotes

“Caught in the doldrums of August, we may have regretted the departing summer…”

Denis Mackail.

 

“This morning, the sun endures past dawn. I realize that it is August: the summer’s last stand.”

 Sara Baume.

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“Childhood is June, and old age is August, but here it is, July, and my life, this year, is July inside of July.”

Rick Bass.

 

“August was nearly over – the month of apples and falling stars, the last care-free month for the school children.”

 Victor Nekrasov.

 

“That August time it was delight

To watch the red moons wane to white.”

Algernon Charles Swinburne

 

“May August wind blow you in the right direction.

 

Acts 2:1-4

James 3:4

John 3:8”

 De philosopher DJ Kyos

 

“August of another summer, and once again, I am drinking the sun, and the lilies again are spread across the water.”

Mary Oliver.

 

“August brings into sharp focus and a furious boil everything I’ve been listening to in the late spring and summer.”

Henry Rollins

 

“The first week of August hangs at the very top of summer… like the highest seat of a Ferris wheel when it pauses in its turning.”

Natalie Babbitt.

 

“August used to be a sad month for me. As the days went on, the thought of school starting weighed heavily upon my young frame.”

Henry Rollins

 

“In August, an inescapable blanket of heat settled over Paducah, the last gasping breath of summer roaring its weight out over the populace.”

Kelsey Brickl.

 

“August is a gentle reminder for not doing a single thing from your new year resolution for seven months and not doing it for next five.”

Crestless Wave

 

“August is ripening grain in the fields… Vivid dahlias fling huge tousled blossoms through gardens and joe-pye-weed dusts the meadow purple.”

Jean Hersey.

 

“August is a great month in the garden, with many flowers, including dahlias, sunflowers and other hot-coloured blooms at their peak.”

BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine

 

“August is the month of the high-sailing hawks. The hen hawk is the most noticeable. He is a bird of leisure and seems always at his ease.”

John Burroughs.

 

“Everything good, everything magical happens between the months of June and August. Winters are simply a time to count the weeks until the next summer.”

Jenny Han

 

“August is that last flicker of fun and heat before everything fades and dies. The final moments of fun before the freeze. In the winter, everything changes.”

Rasmenia Massoud.

 

“What happens is that every August photographers camp out in Hyannis Port. So anytime I go down to the beach, or go to the pier or whatever, there’s no avoiding them.”

John F. Kennedy Jr.

 

“Remember to be gentle with yourself and others. We are all children of chance, and none can say why some fields will blossom while others lay brown beneath the August sun.”

Kent Nerburn.

 

“Youth is in a grand flush, like the hot days of ending summer; and pleasant dreams thrall your spirit, like the smoky atmosphere that bathes the landscape of an August day.”

Donald G. Mitchell

 

“Did you know that a bee dies after he stings you?… And that around the tenth of August, any year, you can look up in the sky at night and see dozens and dozens of shooting stars?”

Elizabeth Enright.

 

 “When summer opens, I see how fast it matures and fears it will be short; but after the heats of July and August, I am reconciled, like one who has had his swing, to the cool of autumn.”

 Ralph Waldo Emerson.

 

. “In August, the large masses of berries, which, when in flower, had attracted many wild bees, gradually assumed their bright velvety crimson hue, and by their weight again bent down and broke their tender limbs.”

Henry David Thoreau

 

“It is best to be born in April or August when the life-giving Sun is in its exaltation . . . for then we enter the sea of life on the crest-wave and are backed in the battle of existence by an abundant fund of vim and energy.”

Max Heindel

 

“The grass in the back field was almost waist high, and now there was goldenrod, that late-summer gossip which comes to tattle on autumn every year. But there was no autumn in the air today; the sun was still all August, although calendar August was almost two weeks gone.”

Stephen King

 

“It was August and the fields were high with corn. In the orchard the last of the peaches clung to their branches and the apples were showing their first pinkish blush. The vegetable garden overflowed with produce: peppers, green beans, zucchini, tomatoes, cucumbers, and squash.”

Melanie Gideon, Valley of the Moon

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