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Winter Quotations

A prudent man procures in summer the sleigh
and in winter the wagon.
~ Romanian Proverb

Every mile is two in winter. ~ George Herbert

Blow, blow, thou winter wind!
Thou art not so unkind
As man's ingratitude.
~ William Shakespeare

tree covered in ice and snow  

Let us love winter, for it is the spring of genius.

~ Pietro Aretino

See, winter comes, to rule the varied year. ~ James Thomson

Take winter as you find him, and he turns out to be a thoroughly honest fellow; with no nonsense in him, which is a great comfort in the long-run. ~ ~ James Russell Lowell

When great leaves fall, the winter is at hand.
~ William Shakespeare

'Tis done! dread Winter spread his latest glooms,
And reigns tremendous o'er the conquered year! ~ ~ James Thomson

O Winter, ruler of the inverted year!
~ William Cowper

Goodness, Time's rude hand defies,
And winter lives when beauty dies.
~ Henry Kirke White

Now is the winter of our discontent
Made glorious summer by this sun of York.
~ William Shakespeare

But Winter has yet brighter scenes—he boasts
Splendors beyond what gorgeous Summer knows;
Or Autumn with his many fruits, and woods
All flushed with many hues. ~ William Cullen Bryant

The English winter--ending in July,
To recommence in August.
~ Lord Byron

Winter, which strips the leaves from around us, makes us see the distant regions they formerly concealed; so does old age nob us of our enjoyments, only to enlarge the prospect of eternity before us. ~ Richter

The Snow

Little white feathers filling the air,
Little white feathers, how came ye there?
"We came from the cloud-birds, sailing so high,
They're shaking their white wings up in the sky!"

Little white feathers how swift you go!
Little white feathers, I love you so!
"We're swift because we have work to do;
Now hold up your face and we'll kiss you true."
~ Author Unkown

But Winter has yet brighter scenes—he boasts
Splendors beyond what gorgeous Summer knows;
Or Autumn with his many fruits, and woods
All flushed with many hues. ~ William Cullen Bryant

The English winter--ending in July,
To recommence in August.
~ Lord Byron

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  After winter spring will come. ~ Hans Andersen