Allegory Quotes

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1. “You must give everything to make your life as beautiful as the dreams that dance in your imagination.”

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Author : Roman Payne

2. “She is free in her wildness, she is a wanderess, a drop of free water. She knows nothing of borders and cares nothing for rules or customs. 'Time' for her isn’t something to fight against. Her life flows clean, with passion, like fresh water.”

Tags : Allegory Dreams Drive Expatriate Female Females Feminine First Love Freedom Girl Goals Kid Life Passionate Poetess Poetry Roaming Roman Payne Romantic Surrender Wisdom Young Love
Author : Roman Payne

3. “I was an adventurer, but she was not an adventuress. She was a 'wanderess.' Thus, she didn’t care about money, only experiences - whether they came from wealth or from poverty, it was all the same to her.”

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Author : Roman Payne
Source : The Wanderess

4. “As for you girls, you must risk everything for Freedom, and give everything for Passion, loving everything that your hearts and your bodies love. The only thing higher for a girl and more sacred for a young woman than her freedom and her passion should be her desire to make her life into poetry, surrendering everything she has to create a life as beautiful as the dreams that dance in her imagination.”

Tags : Adventuress Beauty Children Compass Courage Desire Dreams Enjoying Female Female Characters Female Hero Femininity Femme Filles Freedom Hearts Love Passionate Strength Surrendering Travel Wanderess Woman S Character Womanhood Women Women S Inspirational
Author : Roman Payne

5. “I know a girl from whose body sunbeams rose to the clouds as if they’d fallen from the sun.Her laugh was like a bangle of bells. “Your hair is wet,” I told her one day, “Did you take a bath?” “It is dew!” she laughed, “I’ve been lying in the grass. All morning long, I lay here waiting for the dawn.”

Tags : Aesthete Beautiful Life Dreams Females First Love Girls Goal Hearts Imagination Inspiration Inspirational Attitude Inspire Literature Living Loving Couple Roman Running Sunshine Wandering Wet Hair Women S Strength Young Love
Author : Roman Payne

6. “All I want in this life are three...a moonlit beach on the starlit sea,a breath of opium, and thee.”

Tags : Direction Female Characters Freedom Goal Happiness Hiding Inspire Intoxication Love Europa Map Passionate Poetess Poetry Power Roaming Roman Running Sacred Sweet Travel Wanderess Wanderlust Women S Strength
Author : Roman Payne

7. “When she was a child, my love carried a road-map in her hand the way other girls carried handkerchiefs. She always knew the way. Her feet were little wings. And her beautiful head was a compass.”

Tags : Aesthete Ambition Bravery Daring Drive Exile Expatriate Female Femininity Goal Happiness Kid Love Memory Poetry Sensual Travel Wayfaring
Author : Roman Payne

8. “The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.”

Tags : Allegory Books Broad Mindedness Classic Education Imagery Travel World

9. “Once there were brook trout in the streams in the mountains. You could see them standing in the amber current where the white edges of their fins wimpled softly in the flow. They smelled of moss in your hand. Polished and muscular and torsional. On their backs were vermiculate patterns that were maps of the world in its becoming. Maps and mazes. Of a thing which could not be put back. Not be made right again. In the deep glens where they lived all things were older than man and they hummed of mystery.”

Tags : Allegory Brooks Creation Destruction Earth Environment Fish Glens Loss Man Maps Mystery Nature Parable Past Trout Wonder World
Source : The Road

10. “I once had a lovewho folded secrets between her thighs like napkins and concealed memories in the valley of her breasts.There was no match for the freckles on her chest, and no one could mistake them for a field of honeysuckles.Upon her lips, a thousand lies were spread in sweet gloss.Her kiss was like a storybook from ancient history.She was at home with the body of a man inside her, beside her.At night, when she lay in bed crying,no one could mistake the tears she wept for a summer showerShe is gone, my love. She was a wanderess, a wildflower.”

Tags : Adventuress Amoureux Beautiful Life Chest Femininity Girl Power Goals Hiding Honeysuckles Imagination Inspire Literature Love Secretive Storybook Wayfaring Woman S Character Womanhood
Author : Roman Payne

11. “O, beware, my lord, of jealousy;It is the green-ey'd monster, which doth mockThe meat it feeds on.”

Tags : Allegory Jealousy Mockery Monsters Vices
Source : Othello

12. “A man inherited a field in which was an accumulation of old stone, part of an older hall. Of the old stone some had already been used in building the house in which he actually lived, not far from the old house of his fathers. Of the rest he took some and built a tower. But his friends coming perceived at once (without troubling to climb the steps) that these stones had formerly belonged to a more ancient building. So they pushed the tower over, with no little labour, and in order to look for hidden carvings and inscriptions, or to discover whence the man's distant forefathers had obtained their building material. Some suspecting a deposit of coal under the soil began to dig for it, and forgot even the stones. They all said: 'This tower is most interesting.' But they also said (after pushing it over): 'What a muddle it is in!' And even the man's own descendants, who might have been expected to consider what he had been about, were heard to murmur: 'He is such an odd fellow! Imagine using these old stones just to build a nonsensical tower! Why did not he restore the old house? he had no sense of proportion.' But from the top of that tower the man had been able to look out upon the sea.”

Tags : Allegory Beowulf Criticism Critics Fantasy Literature
Source : Beowulf and the Critics

13. “With her enchanting songs, her rare beauty, and clever tricks, this wild 'wanderess' ensnared my soul like a gypsy-thief, and led me foolish and blind to where you find me now. The first time I saw her, fires were alight. It was a spicy night in Barcelona. The air was fragrant and free.”

Tags : Adventurer Bravery Catalan Empowerment Falling In Love Female Beauty Female Empowerment Females First Sight Girl Goal Life Philosophy Living Nighttime Quotes From Novels Roman Payne Romantic Songs Surrender Thiefs Time Wanderer
Author : Roman Payne
Source : The Wanderess

14. “When she was a child, my love carried a road map in her hand the way other girls carried handkerchiefs.”

Tags : Allegory Ambition Bravery Exile Female Feminine Girl Goal Literature Map Memory Poetess Poetry Power Pretty Roaming Roman Payne Saskia Saul Strength Sweet The Wanderess Traveller Travelling Travelogue Wander Wanderer Wanderess Wayfaring Wisdom Young Love
Author : Roman Payne
Source : The Wanderess

15. “What does Éloa mean?”He narrowed his gaze, answered her literally. “It’s the name of an angel.”Penelope tilted her head, thinking. “I’ve never heard of him.”“You wouldn’t have.”“Was he a fallen angel?”“She was, yes.” He hesitated, not wanting to tell her the story, but unable to stop himself. “Lucifer tricked her into falling from heaven.”“Tricked her how?”He met her gaze. “She fell in love with him.”Penelope’s eyes widened. “Did he love her?”Like an addict loves his addiction. “The only way he knew how.”She shook her head. “How could he trick her?”“He never told her his name.”

Tags : Allegory Angels Eloa Love Lucifer Seduction
Author : Sarah MacLean
Source : A Rogue by Any Other Name

16. “She called herself Europa, and wandered the world from girlhood till death. She believed only in her life and in her dreams. She called herself Europa, and her god was Beauty.”

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Author : Roman Payne

17. “As I look back on my life, I think of how few rules should be followed. As for men, we must learn bravery and live for Pleasure and for Beauty. More important than those two things should stand only one thing for us... Honor. A man's honor should be more sacred to him than his life — especially in our age, a time when very few men know what honor is.”

Tags : Beautiful Beauty Brave Drive Empowerment Expatriate Freedom Garcon Garcons Goals Happiness Hommes Important Living Love Male Hero Male Liberation Men Inspiring Passion Secretive Wander Wayfaring Wisdom
Author : Roman Payne

18. “It's terrible to have to fear that your powers will activate at any given moment. Especially when you draw close to people... and find that your only choice is to pull away. It's overwhelming when you find a time, a person, with which there's nothing to fear.”

Tags : Allegory Bonds David Laskaris Emotions Fear Liberation Powers Release Rp Separation

19. “I cordially dislike allegory in all its manifestations, and always have done so since I grew old and wary enough to detect its presence. I much prefer history – true or feigned– with its varied applicability to the thought and experience of readers. I think that many confuse applicability with allegory, but the one resides in the freedom of the reader, and the other in the purposed domination of the author.”

Tags : Allegory Books Literature
Source : The Fellowship of the Ring

20. “When I opened my eyes I saw nothing but the pool of nocturnal sky, for I was lying on my back with out-stretched arms, face to face with that hatchery of stars. Only half awake, still unaware that those depths were sky, having no roof between those depths and me, no branches to screen them, no root to cling to, I was seized with vertigo and felt myself as if flung forth and plunging downward like a diver.”

Tags : Allegory French Sand Sky Stars Wind
Source : Wind, Sand and Stars

21. “I could end this with a moral,as if this were a fable about animals,though no fables are really about animals.”

Tags : Allegory Animals Fable Humans Parable
Source : The Tent

22. “On this material plane, each living being is like a street lantern lamp with a dirty lampshade.The inside flame burns evenly and is of the same quality as all the rest—hence all of us are equal in the absolute sense, the essence, in the quality of our energy.However, some of the lamps are “turned down” and having less light in them, burn fainter, (the beings have a less defined individuality, are less in tune with the universal All which is the same as the Will)—hence all of us are unequal in a relative sense, some of us being more aware (human beings), and others being less aware (animal beings), with small wills and small flames.The lampshades of all are stained with the clutter of the material reality or the physical world.As a result, it is difficult for the light of each lamp to shine through to the outside and it is also difficult to see what is on the other side of the lampshade that represents the external world (a great thick muddy ocean of fog), and hence to “feel” a connection with the other lantern lamps (other beings).The lampshade is the physical body immersed in the ocean of the material world, and the limiting host of senses that it comes with.The dirt of the lampshade results from the cluttering bulk of life experience accumulated without a specific goal or purpose.The dirtier the lampshade, the less connection each soul has to the rest of the universe—and this includes its sense of connection to other beings, its sense of dual presence in the material world and the metaphysical world, and the thin connection line to the wick of fuel or the flow of electricity that resides beyond the material plane and is the universal energy.To remain “lit” each lantern lamp must tap into the universal Source of energy.If the link is weak, depression and-or illness sets in.If the link is strong, life persists.This metaphor to me best illustrates the universe.”

Tags : Allegory Existence Flame Lamp Lamp Shade Life Life Force Metaphor Shade Soul Universe Wick
Author : Vera Nazarian
Source : The Perpetual Calendar of Inspiration

23. “I cordially dislike allegory in all its manifestations...”

Tags : Allegory

24. “All my means are sane, my motive and my object mad.”

Tags : Allegory Efficiency Ends Instrumental Rationality Madness Means Modern Age Modernity Sanity
Source : Moby-Dick; or, The Whale

25. “At this the duchess, laughing all the while, said: "Sancho Panza is right in all he has said, and will be right in all he shall say...”

Tags : Allegory
Source : Don Quixote

26. “a thing may happen and be a total lie; another thing may not happen and be truer then the truth”

Tags : Allegory Lies Truths
Author : Leah Wilson
Source : The Girl Who Was on Fire: Your Favorite Authors on Suzanne Collins' Hunger Games Trilogy

27. “The two things that came out clearly were the sense of reality in the background and the mythical value: the essence of myth being that it should have no taint of allegory to the maker and yet should suggest incipient allegories to the reader.[C.S. Lewis writes to J.R.R. Tolkien on December 7, 1929]”

Tags : Allegory Lord Of The Rings Myth
Author : C.S. Lewis

28. “Twelve dead?” I said. “Jesus.”

Tags : Allegory Biblical Brief Humour I Inspirational Jesus Perhaps Said Short Surprise Twelve Whatever Wit
Author : Dennis Lehane
Source : A Drink Before the War

29. “I follow suit, said the lion, vacating his coat of arms and movie logos; and the eagle said, Get me off this flag.”

Tags : Allegory Animals Humans Morals Parable
Source : The Tent

30. “Nowhere in Chaucer do we find what can be called a radically allegorical poem.”

Tags : Allegory Chaucer
Author : C.S. Lewis

31. “I was the only boy in our school what had asthma," said the fat boy with a touch of pride. "And I've been wearing specs since I was three.”

Tags : Allegory
Source : Barron's Book Notes: Lord of the Flies

32. “Long before there was ever a King James Version of our Bible, there was a gospel truth...and long before doctrines and denominations, the preeminence of the gospel was already ripe to harvest. Before man had ever thought about creating symbols to represent spiritual things...there was a gospel.”

Tags : Allegory Christianity Esoteric Wisdom Gospel
Source : Romans to Jude - Precise Christian Scripture Revealed

33. “The calf is capable of walking quite well now," Dazu said. "He never stumbles.""But I told you to carry him back here," the teacher said. "The first thing a soldier must learn is to obey orders."Every day, the calf grew a little heavier, and every day, Dazu had to struggle a little harder. He would collapse, exhausted, when he finally got to the ranch, and the calf would bound out of his arms, glad to be able to walk on his own and stretch out.When winter rolled around again, Médo handed him a wooden sword and asked him to strike as hard as he could at the practice dummy. Dazu looked with distaste at the crude weapon with no edge, but he swung obediently.The wooden dummy fell in half, cut clean through. He looked at the sword in his hand with wonder."It's not the sword," his teacher said. "Have you looked at yourself lately?" He brought Dazu to stand in front of a brightly polished shield.The young man could hardly recognize the reflection. His shoulders filled the frame of the mirror. His arms and thighs were twice as thick as he remembered, and his chest bulged over his narrow waist."A great warrior trusts not his weapons, but himself. When you possess true strength, you can deal a killing blow even if all you have is a blade of grass."Now you're finally ready to learn from me. But first, go thank the calf for making you strong.”

Tags : Allegory Muscle Building Muscles Parable Soldiers Strength
Author : Ken Liu
Source : The Grace of Kings

34. “I’m Temple Claybourne, an upright, warm-blooded hairy mammal, Caucasian, skidding into my fourth decade of existence, the progeny of meat-eating Anglo-Saxon tribal chieftains, left-handed, flat of foot, with low cholesterol and a predictably receding hairline, carrying a zero debt load, a nervous driver, nervous in crowds, nervous around women, hungry with curiosity, a collector of comforting, unnecessary things.”

Tags : Allegory Christianity Fantasy Magical Realism
Author : Loyd Boldman
Source : The Gravity Addict

35. “In any case, you can't have effective allegory in times when people are swept this way and that by momentary convictions, because everyone will read it differently. You can't indicate moral values when morality changes with what is being done, because there is no accepted basis of judgment. And you cannot show the operation of grace when grace is cut off from nature or when the very possibility of grace is denied, because no one will have the least idea of what you are about.”

Tags : Allegorical Interpretation Allegory Grace Moral Values Morality Perception World View Worldview Writing Writing Craft Writing Fiction
Source : Mystery and Manners: Occasional Prose

36. “Carol says we speak with one voice. What she doesn't say is that voice belongs to HER. There's only one song to sing these days--Carol's song--and if you aren't in harmony, you can stick a stone in your mouth and shut the hell up.”

Tags : Allegory Political
Author : Joe Hill
Source : The Fireman

37. “Ô, the wine of a woman from heaven is sent,more perfect than all that a man can invent.”

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Author : Roman Payne
Source : Europa: Limited Time Edition

38. “However, as a guarantee of its renewed youth, the symbolical phoenix never reappeared before the eyes of the world without having consumed solemnly the remains and evidences of its previous life. So also Moses saw to it that all those who had known Egypt and her mysteries should end their life in the desert; at Ephesus St Paul burnt all books which treated of the occult sciences; and in fine, the French Revolution, daughter of the great Johannite Orient and the ashes of the Templars, spoliated the churches and blasphemed the allegories of the Divine Cultus. But all doctrines and all revivals proscribe Magic and condemn its mysteries to the flames and to oblivion. The reason is that each religion or philosophy which comes into the world is a Benjamin of humanity and insures its own life by destroying its mother. It is because the symbolical serpent turns ever devouring its own tail; it is because, as essential condition of existence, a void is necessary to every plenitude, space for every dimension, an affirmation for each negation: herein is the eternal realization of the phoenix allegory.”

Tags : 1855 Allegory Magick Phoenix Renewal
Source : Transcendental Magic: Its Doctrine and Ritual

39. “There is no force in Earth or Heaven above,No, not even the damned of Hell can stop relentless Love. ---Kari, The Valkyrie, Chapter Sixteen,Valley of the Damned Epic Martial Poem/Allegory”

Tags : Allegory Epic Poetry History Martial Arts Meditation Mythology Saga Spirituality Strategy Wisdom

40. “I thought I saw how stories of this kind could steal past a certain inhibition which had paralysed much of my own religion in childhood. Why did one find it so hard to feel as one was told one ought to feel about God or the sufferings of Christ? I thought the chief reason was that one was told one ought to. An obligation to feel can freeze feelings. And reverence itself did harm. The whole subject was associated with lowered voices; almost as if it were something medical. But supposing that by casting all these things into an imaginary world, stripping them of their stained-glass and Sunday School associations, one could make them for the first time appear in their real potency? Could one not thus steal past those watchful dragons? I thought one could.”

Tags : Allegory Dragons Narnia Past Watchful Dragons Potency Reverence
Author : C.S. Lewis

41. “Bentley mounted Silverwood, look down at his parents, and launched the powerful steed into the kingdom…a kingdom waiting for one young knight to discover the truth of a Stranger.”

Tags : Adventure Allegory Christianity Christians Knights
Author : Chuck Black
Source : Sir Bentley and Holbrook Court

42. “If a writer of prose knows enough about what he is writing about he may omit things that he knows and the reader, if the writer is writing truly enough, will have a feeling of those things as strongly as though the writer had stated them. The dignity of movement of an ice-berg is due to only one-eighth of it being above water. A writer who omits things because he does not know them only makes hollow places in his writing. A writer who appreciates the seriousness of writing so little that he is anxious to make people see he is formally educated, cultured or well-bred is merely a popinjay. And this too remember; a serious writer is not to be confounded with a solemn writer. A serious writer may be a hawk or a buzzard or even a popinjay, but a solemn writer is always a bloody owl.”

Tags : Allegory Bloody Buzzard Culture Hawk Iceberg Knowledge Owl Popinjay Serious Seriousness Solemn Success Wisdom Writer Writing

43. “In order to get over the ethical difficulties presented by the naive naturalism of many parts of those Scriptures, in the divine authority of which he firmly believed, Philo borrowed from the Stoics (who had been in like straits in respect of Greek mythology), that great Excalibur which they had forged with infinite pains and skill—the method of allegorical interpretation. This mighty 'two-handed engine at the door' of the theologian is warranted to make a speedy end of any and every moral or intellectual difficulty, by showing that, taken allegorically or, as it is otherwise said, 'poetically' or, 'in a spiritual sense,' the plainest words mean whatever a pious interpreter desires they should mean.”

Tags : Allegorical Interpretation Allegory Authority Difficulty Divine Ethical Excalibur Greek Mythology Interpretation Naturalism Scripture Stoics Theologian
Source : The Evolution Of Theology: An Anthropological Study

44. “Comparisons are like rigid fingers—eager to point at a subject but unwilling to grasp it.”

Tags : Allegory Comparisons Example Irony Metaphor Richelle Richelle Goodrich
Source : Smile Anyway: Quotes, Verse, & Grumblings for Every Day of the Year

45. “If Scripture were to describe the downfall of an empire in the style adopted by political historians, the common people would not be stirred.”

Tags : Allegory Literary Devices Politics Scripture Theology
Source : Theological-Political Treatise

46. “Ô, the wine of a womanfrom heaven is sent, more perfect than allthat a man can invent.When she came to my bed and begged me with sighsnot to tempt her towards passion nor actions unwise, I told her I’d spare her and kissed her closed eyes, then unbraided her body of its clothing disguise.While our bodies were nude bathed in candlelight fineI devoured her mouth, tender lips divine;and I drank through her thighs her feminine wine.Ô, the wine of a woman from heaven is sent,more perfect than all that a man can invent.”

Tags : Beautiful Female Female Hero Feminine First Love Freedom Girl Quotes Living Love Loving Map Romantic Sacred Sensuality Wander Wanderess Wanderlust Wisdom Woman S Strength Women S Strength
Author : Roman Payne

47. “A Mixed-breed Apple"A little mixed-breed apple,half red, half yellow, tells this story.A lover and beloved get separated.Their being apart was one thing,but they have opposite responses.The lover feels pain and grows pale.The beloved flushes and feels proud.I am a thorn next to my master's rose.We seem to be two, but we are not.”

Tags : Allegory Love
Source : The Big Red Book

48. “No story can be devised by the wit of man which cannot be interpreted allegorically by the wit of some other man.”

Tags : Allegory Interpretation
Author : C.S. Lewis
Source : On Stories: And Other Essays on Literature

49. “When they see beyond the sky,When they know beyond the mind,When they hear the song of the Burning Light;Take these Gifts of My Outstretched Hand,Weave them together.I shall come.”

Tags : Allegory Fantasy
Source : Worlds Unseen

50. “She reached down and picked a crab out of a bucket. As it came up it turned out that three more were hanging on to it. "A crab necklace?" giggled Juliet."Oh, that's crabs for you," said Verity, disentangling the ones who had hitched a ride. "thick as planks, the log of them. That's why you can keep them in a bucket wihtout a lid. Any that tries to get out gets pulled back. yes, as thick as planks.”

Tags : Allegory Crabs Humor Thoughtful
Source : Unseen Academicals

51. “This philistinism of interpretation is more rife in literature than in any other art. For decades now, literary critics have understood it to be their task to translate the elements of the poem or play or novel or story into something else. Sometimes a writer will be so uneasy before the naked power of his art that he will install within the work itself - albeit with a little shyness, a touch of the good taste of irony - the clear and explicit interpretation of it. Thomas Mann is an example of such an overcooperative author. In the case of more stubborn authors, the critic is only too happy to perform the job.”

Tags : Against Interpretation Allegory Criticism
Author : Susan Sontag

52. “The Durhannians' countenance lifted as is the way of Hope. There was a village elder whose eyes flickered with the light of Understanding. We knew he would soon be able to illuminate paths in the darkness.”

Tags : Allegory Christian Inspirational
Source : Quest for the Life Tree

53. “Not taking the Bible (or other texts based on 'revealed truths') literally leaves it up to the reader to cherry-pick elements for belief. There exists no guide for such cherry-picking, and zero religious sanction for it.”

Tags : Allegory Bible Cherry Picking Guide Interpretation Literal Metaphor Sanction The Bible

54. “...Tolstoy said, happiness is an allegory, unhappiness a story - then what does that make us?...”

Tags : Allegory Happiness Story Tolstoy
Author : John Geddes

55. “Adelaide remembered the first storm Justinius had seen her through. She had seen many storms since then, some milder than others, some worse than the first, and the Prince had been with her, comforting her and protecting her life through each wail of the wind and each crash of thunder. If he could free her from the slave yard and get her through every violent storm with her life still intact, he'd see her through the transition into her palace home.”

Tags : Allegory Christian

56. “A Lie is something like the truth, but the truth is not like a Lie.”

Tags : Allegory Lies Truth Unequal Opposite
Author : Dan Raper

57. “The Told shone brightly. They truly stood out among the Inhabitants for their life and love, and the power to rebrand words went with them. They employed every type of literary term to form new passages of powerful change, and they rose above the tendency to write about the mundane or the antics of the Untold.”

Tags : Allegory Christian Classic God History Inspirational Quotes
Author : K.A. Gunn
Source : The Book of Told: Mere Words

58. “He was no god, just an artist; and when an artist is a man, he needs a woman to create like a god.”

Tags : Ambition Artistic Artists Life Artists Way Courage Dance Desire Dreams Female Hero Females Femininity Femme First Love Gentle Girl Power Goal Imagination Inspiration Inspirational Quotes Inspire Men And Women Relationship
Author : Roman Payne

59. “She is free in her wildness, she is a wanderess, a drop of free water. She belongs to no man and to no city. She knows nothing of borders and invents her own rules and customs. 'Time' for her isn’t something to fight against. Her life flows clean, with passion, like fresh water.”

Tags : Amants Female Female Characters Femininity Feminists Filles Gentle Girl Quotes Girls Laughter Lovers Loving Couple Roman Summer Rain Sweet Thighs Wandering Wanderlust Wayfaring
Author : Roman Payne

60. “I no longer feel the eternal sublime of magical time. I need my love for that ...for I am no god, I am just an artist; and when an artist is a man, he needs a woman to create like a god.”

Tags : Ancient History Bangle Dew Female Characters Female Liberation Females Feminine Girl Girl Quotes Hiding Imagination Inspirational Quote Literature Loving Couple Roman Secretive Storybook Summer Rain Sunshine Thighs Wayfaring Wisdom Women S Inspirational
Author : Roman Payne
Source : Europa: Limited Time Edition

61. “He was no god, he was just an artist; and when an artist is a man, he needs a woman to create like a god.”

Tags : Allegory Amoureux Dreams Female Hero Female Liberation Females Feminine Freckles Goal Honeysuckles Inspirational Inspirational Life Love Love Affair Roman Roman Payne Sacred Storybook Wander Wanderess Wandering Wisdom Woman S Strength
Author : Roman Payne