Bacchus D-79 Quotes

Collection of top 24 famous quotes about Bacchus D-79

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Bacchus D-79 Quotes By John Milton: Bacchus, that first from out the purple grapeCrush'd Bacchus, that first from out the purple grape
Crush'd the sweet poison of misused wine.
John Milton
Bacchus D-79 Quotes By Giuseppe Garibaldi: Bacchus has drowned more men than Neptune. Bacchus has drowned more men than Neptune. Giuseppe Garibaldi
Bacchus D-79 Quotes By Homer: Far from me be the gift of Bacchuspernicious, Far from me be the gift of Bacchus
pernicious, inflaming wine, that weakens both body and mind. — Homer
Bacchus D-79 Quotes By John Wilmot: Cupid and Bacchus my saints are,May drink and Cupid and Bacchus my saints are,
May drink and love still reign,
With wine I wash away my cares,
And then to cunt again. — John Wilmot
Bacchus D-79 Quotes By Anonymous: With Thy wine-cup waving high, With Thy maddening With Thy wine-cup waving high, With Thy maddening revelry, To Eleusis' flowery vale, Contest Thou - Bacchus, Paean, hail! — Anonymous
Bacchus D-79 Quotes By Laurell K. Hamilton: He wanted you dead, now he doesn't, I He wanted you dead, now he doesn't, I don't know why. Chimera's crazy, he doesn't need a reason to change his mind. — Laurell K. Hamilton
Bacchus D-79 Quotes By Samantha Bacchus: Although your marrows look very good, it's not Although your marrows look very good, it's not them I'm interested in.. (The Honesty Box) Love Potion — Samantha Bacchus
Bacchus D-79 Quotes By Emile Verhaeren: In Belgium, the magistrate has the dignity of In Belgium, the magistrate has the dignity of a prince, but by Bacchus, it is true that the brewer is king. — Emile Verhaeren
Bacchus D-79 Quotes By William Shakespeare: Give me a bowl of wine,In this I Give me a bowl of wine,
In this I bury all unkindness. — William Shakespeare
Bacchus D-79 Quotes By Rick Riordan: The pinecone is a fearsome tool of destruction!-Bacchus The pinecone is a fearsome tool of destruction!
-Bacchus — Rick Riordan
Bacchus D-79 Quotes By Edward Gibbon: The most distinguished merit of those two officers The most distinguished merit of those two officers was their respective prowess, of the one in the combats of Bacchus, of the other in those of Venus. — Edward Gibbon
Bacchus D-79 Quotes By Hanns Heinz Ewers: Drink, drink! Bacchus is the enemy of Venus."From Drink, drink! Bacchus is the enemy of Venus.

"From The Diary Of An Orange Tree — Hanns Heinz Ewers
Bacchus D-79 Quotes By John Keats: Away! away! for I will fly to thee, Away! away! for I will fly to thee,
Not charioted by Bacchus and his pards,
But on the viewless wings of Poesy, — John Keats
Bacchus D-79 Quotes By Dorothy L. Sayers: in the linked arms of Bacchus and Aphrodite. in the linked arms of Bacchus and Aphrodite. — Dorothy L. Sayers
Bacchus D-79 Quotes By Clive Barker: That's half of your trouble," muttered the crocodile. That's half of your trouble," muttered the crocodile. "You believe everything's true."
"That's because everything is," replied Mr. Bacchus. — Clive Barker
Bacchus D-79 Quotes By D.H. Lawrence: Eat and carouse with Bacchus, or munch dry Eat and carouse with Bacchus, or munch dry bread with Jesus, but don't sit down without one of the gods. — D.H. Lawrence
Bacchus D-79 Quotes By Ambrose Bierce: Bacchus, n.: A convenient deity invented by the Bacchus, n.: A convenient deity invented by the ancients as an excuse for getting drunk. — Ambrose Bierce
Bacchus D-79 Quotes By Hilda Doolittle: (Those women whom the distaffno longer claimsnor spun (Those women whom the distaff
no longer claims
nor spun cloth)
driven made,
mad,
mad
by Bacchus. — Hilda Doolittle
Bacchus D-79 Quotes By Euripides: Prepare yourselvesfor the roaring voice of the God Prepare yourselves
for the roaring voice of the God of Joy! — Euripides
Bacchus D-79 Quotes By Thomas Fuller: Bacchus hath drowned more men than Neptune. Bacchus hath drowned more men than Neptune. — Thomas Fuller
Bacchus D-79 Quotes By Ovid: Who gives to Aristaeus honey;Or wine to Bacchus, Who gives to Aristaeus honey;
Or wine to Bacchus, or Triptolemus
Earth's fruits, or apples to Alcinous? — Ovid