Indian Summer Quotes

Indian Summer Quotes…
It’s a period of unseasonably warm, dry weather that sometimes occurs in spring and autumn in the Northern Hemisphere. Indian summers are common in North America and Asia.

So essentially, Indian summer is when there are periods of extreme heat or summer like days in the middle of Autumn or Spring, which making it seem like the summer may never, ever end. Indian summers are an amazing break from chilly weather and make the summer feel endless. But Indian Summers aren’t only a season; they’re also a state of mind.

Indian summer will start on October 20, 2023

Here you will find all the famous Indian summer quotes

Indian Summer Quotes

“Oh hello, sweet Indian summer”

“Indian summer is like a woman.” -Grace Metalious

“The Indian summer, the dead summer’s soul” -Mary C. Jones

“He had become enveloped in the Indian Summer of the Soul.”― O. Henry

“Indian summer, beauty of the warm unscathed crimson red and gold.”

Indian Summer Quotes

“In the depth of Winter I finally learned that there was in me an invinicible summer.”

Albert Camus


“Indian summer, the wonder, the hunger, and the sound of distant thunder, Indian summer.”

“The honeymoon was taking place in the bittersweet mysteries of Indian summer in New England” -Kurt Vonnegut

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“You’re like an Indian summer in the middle of Winter, like a hard candy  with a surprise center” -Ginanimous

“The Indian Summer of life should be a little sunny and a little sad, like the season, and infinite in wealth and depth of tone, but never hustled.” -Henry Adams

“It was an Indian summer, a bluebird sort of day as we call it in the North, warm and sunny,  without a breath of wind; the water was sky-blue, the shores a bank of solid gold.” 

Indian Summer Quotes in Turkish(Pastırma Yazı Sözleri )

Another day the ladybugs arrive. Thousands of them, soaking up the sun on the back door. It’s an Indian summer day, warm, with temperatures in the upper sixties and plentiful sun.
 Mary Kubica

“The perfect weather of Indian summer lengthened and lingered, warm sunny days were followed by brisk nights with Halloween a presentiment in the air.” -Wallace Stegner

“Summer, you old Indian summer. You’re the tear that comes after June-times laughter. You see so many dreams that don’t come true. Dreams we fashioned when summertime was new” -Tony Bennett

,Important Days in October

“There’s something about FALL that makes me feel alive… that life somehow starts on that Indian summer, when leaves dance to kiss the ground, filling the earth with stars and the rustling of leaves beckons me to wander and get lost in its beauty.”
― Mystqx

“Lyric night of the lingering Indian summer, Shadowy fields that are scentless but full of singing. Never a bird, but the passionless chant of insects, Ceaseless, insistent. The grasshopper’s horn, and far off, high in the maples The wheel of a locust slowly grinding the silence, Under a moon waning and worn and broken, Tired with summer.” -Sarah Teasdale

Then in October, Indian Summer, the air turned so soft, the sunlight so fragile, and each day’s loveliness so poignantly doomed that even self-ignorance and restlessness felt like profound states of being, and he just wandered the empty beaches and misty headlands in a state of serene confusion and awe.

David James Duncan

“Outside, the night was settling fast. I liked the peace and the silence of the countryside, with its fading alpenglow and darkling view of the river. Oliver country, I thought. The mottled lights from across the other bank beamed on the water, reminding me of Van Gogh’s ‘Starlight Over the Rhone.’ Very autumnal, very beginning of school year, very Indian summer, and as always at Indian summer twilight, that lingering mix of unfinished summer business and unfinished homework and always the illusion of summer months ahead, which wears itself out no sooner than the sun has set.”
― André Aciman

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