Quotations About / On: SUN

Quotations About / On: SUN
Muzahidul Reza

The sun is such empowered that from so far it does sun nevertheless this gets sun, that gets sun, these get sun, those get sun, all in the system get sun. Its sun contains both light and heat what all these and those need and none and nothing have complain against the sun.

Muzahidul Reza

Sun and sunny both are from the sun as light and heat both are from the sun. Under it sun light and sun heat all need.

Samuel Beckett

To be together again, after so long, who love the sunny wind, the windy sun, in the sun, in the wind, that is perhaps something, perhaps something.

Simone Schwarz-Bart

The sun never gets tired of rising but sometimes a person gets tired of being under the sun.

ANJANDEV ROY

The young bard tries hard to depict the grandeur of the bright sun, but his pen always flees from him because the brilliant sun is mightier than his inexperienced pen.

Shalom Freedman

What is new under the sun is among other things the news that one day there will be no sun

julius lenjatin

In the grand scheme of things, there must be an explanation to the arrangement of the cosmos, the sun, the galaxies, the stars, planets and their continued journeys around or past each other and without a collision or 'accident'. A deity must be somewhere up there or below, who is looking at us secretly and watching every move we make and using some genius method to let the moons spin around planets, planets around the sun and holding the sun in the vastness of space.

Muzahidul Reza

The sun, the only star in our solar system. The earth moves around this star, the sun. The earth has a moon moves around it. For the moving of these three, namely the sun, the star; the moon and the earth night, day, month and year happen one after another.

Muzahidul Reza

The sun is made the only star of the solar system. Each member of this system moves around the sun. So, the sun is set at the center of this system.

William Shakespeare

Men shut their doors against a setting sun.

William Shakespeare

As clear as is the summer's sun.

William Shakespeare

A great cause of the night is lack of the sun.

William Shakespeare

Foolery, sir, does walk about the orb like the sun, it shines everywhere.

Herman Melville

Talk to me not of blasphemy, man; I'd strike the sun if it insulted me.

Arthur Rimbaud

The Sun, the hearth of affection and life, pours burning love on the delighted earth.

Robert Frost

The Sun is satisfied with days.

Henry David Thoreau

The sun is but a morning star.

William Shakespeare

These late eclipses in the sun and moon portend no good to us.

Franz Grillparzer

Genius unrefined resembles a flash of lightning, but wisdom is like the sun.

Duc De La Rochefoucauld, François

On neither the sun, nor death, can a man look fixedly.