Quotations About / On:
Green leaves on a dead tree is our epitaphgreen leaves, dear reader, on a dead tree.
(Cyril Connolly (1903-1974), British critic. "The Journal of Cyril Connolly 1928-1937," published in David Pryce-Jones, Journal and Memoir (1983).
Pryce-Jones chose these words for his book's epigraph.)
'Green and living jewels drip into my eyes.'
(Jay Woodman from Terra Affirmative)
Green is the colour of life
(Sanjibsaha Aniketa _ An Indian poet of 20th and 21st century.)
Flowering grass spire, dew-wanded, a green exclamation point!
Those depressing stormclouds grey... wand the world to green
A ship's not a ship to me 'til she gets her teeth into green water.
(John Rhodes Sturdy, Canadian screenwriter. Richard Rossen. Evans (Walter Sande), Corvette K-225 (1943).)
Nature's first green is gold,
(Robert Frost (1874-1963), U.S. poet. Nothing Gold Can Stay (l. 1). . .
The Poetry of Robert Frost. Edward Connery Lathem, ed. (1979) Henry Holt.)
Life now to be saved on earth needs men of pure mind and clean heart and a green environment than so much poetry, philosophy and gods.
If we don't paint the face of the earth green, Nature shall paint it sunburned without giving you the time to rectify.
An Indian poetrywallah in English sells he jhalmudhi (salted and spiced rice puffs, with onion slices, soaked grams, pickle oil and green chilly bits) and roasted ground nuts to the English.
(An Indian poetrywallah in English)