Arthur Symons Quotes

Top 30 wise famous quotes and sayings by Arthur Symons

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Arthur Symons quotes: Leave words to them whom words, not doings, move. Leave words to them whom words, not doings, move.
Arthur Symons quotes: I heard the sighing of the reedsAt noontide and at evening,And some old dream I had forgottenI seemed to be remembering. I heard the sighing of the reedsAt noontide and at evening,And some old dream I had forgottenI seemed to be remembering.
Arthur Symons quotes: I would wash the dust of the world in a soft green flood. Here between sea and sea in a fairy wood, I have found a delicate wave-green solitude. I would wash the dust of the world in a soft green flood. Here between sea and sea in a fairy wood, I have found a delicate wave-green solitude.
Arthur Symons quotes: Love is a flaming heart, and its flames aspire / Till they cloud the soul in the smoke of a windy fire. Love is a flaming heart, and its flames aspire / Till they cloud the soul in the smoke of a windy fire.
Arthur Symons quotes: The English mist is always at work like a subtle painter, and London is a vast canvas prepared for the mist to work on. The English mist is always at work like a subtle painter, and London is a vast canvas prepared for the mist to work on.
Arthur Symons quotes: All art is a form of artifice.For in art there can be no prejudices. All art is a form of artifice.For in art there can be no prejudices.
Arthur Symons quotes: The clamours of spring are the same old delicate noises, The earth renews its magical youth at a breath. The clamours of spring are the same old delicate noises, The earth renews its magical youth at a breath.
Arthur Symons quotes: A place has almost a shyness of a person with strangers; its secret is not to be surprised by too direct interrogation. A place has almost a shyness of a person with strangers; its secret is not to be surprised by too direct interrogation.
Arthur Symons quotes: I have laid sorrow to sleep;Love sleeps.She who oft made me weepNow weeps. I have laid sorrow to sleep;Love sleeps.She who oft made me weepNow weeps.
Arthur Symons quotes: There are certain natures to whom work is nothing, the act of work everything. There are certain natures to whom work is nothing, the act of work everything.
Arthur Symons quotes: The making of one's life into art is, after all, the first duty and privilege of every man. The making of one's life into art is, after all, the first duty and privilege of every man.
Arthur Symons quotes: It is in their eyes that their magic resides. It is in their eyes that their magic resides.
Arthur Symons quotes: And I would have, now love is over, An end to all, an end: I cannot, having been your lover Stoop to become your friend! And I would have, now love is over, An end to all, an end: I cannot, having been your lover Stoop to become your friend!
Arthur Symons quotes: Life is a dream in the night, a fear among fears, A naked runner lost in a storm of spears. Life is a dream in the night, a fear among fears, A naked runner lost in a storm of spears.
Arthur Symons quotes: Without charm there can be no fine literature, as there can be no perfect flower without fragrance. Without charm there can be no fine literature, as there can be no perfect flower without fragrance.
Arthur Symons quotes: What we ask of him is, that he should find out for us more than we can find out for ourselves. He must have the passion of a lover. What we ask of him is, that he should find out for us more than we can find out for ourselves. He must have the passion of a lover.
Arthur Symons quotes: Here in a little lonely room I am master of earth and sea, And the planets come to me. Here in a little lonely room I am master of earth and sea, And the planets come to me.
Arthur Symons quotes: To have loved, to have been made happy thus, / What better fate has life in store for us? To have loved, to have been made happy thus, / What better fate has life in store for us?