Anne of windy poplars Quotes


Gilbert, I'm afraid I'm scandalously in love with you.

Anne of Windy Poplars

L.M. Montgomery

Anne of Windy Poplars

Nobody is ever too old to dream. And dreams never grow old.

In daylight I belong to the world . . . in the night to sleep and eternity. But in the dusk I'm free from both and belong only to myself . . . and you

Comedy and tragedy are so mixed up in life, Gilbert. The only thing that haunts me is that tale of the two who lived together fifty years and hated each other all that time. I can't believe they really did. Somebody has said that 'hate is only love that has missed its way.' I feel sure that under the hatred they really loved each other . . . just as I really loved you all those years I thought I hated you . . . and I think death would show it to them. I'm glad I found out in life.

Anne of Windy Poplars

L.M. Montgomery

Anne of Windy Poplars

Do you know, Gilbert, there are times when I strongly suspect that I love you!

I've always loved the night and I'll like lying awake and thinking over everything in life, past, present and to come. Especially to come.

Nathan always believed his wife was trying to poison him but he didn't seem to mind. He said it made life kind of exciting.

Anne of Windy Poplars

L.M. Montgomery

Anne of Windy Poplars

Heaven grant me patience! Clothes are very important," said Anne severely

Anne of Windy Poplars

L.M. Montgomery

Anne of Windy Poplars

P.S.2. I have put in a new pen. And I love you because you aren't pompous like Dr. Carter . . . and I love you because you haven't got sticky-out ears like Johnny. And . . . the very best reason of all . . . I love you for just being Gilbert!

Only a few more weeks till spring . . . and a few more weeks then till summer . . . and holidays . . . and Green Gables . . . and golden sunlight on Avonlea meadows . . . and a gulf that will be silver at dawn and sapphire at noon and crimson at sunset . . . and you.

Babies are such fascinating creatures," said Anne dreamily. "They are what I heard somebody at Redmond call 'terrific bundles of potentialities.' Think of it, Katherine . . . Homer must have been a baby once . . . a baby with dimples and great eyes full of light . . . he couldn't have been blind then, of course.

Life is only beginning for you now . . . since at last you're quite free and independent. And you never know what may be around the next bend in the road

‎"Wouldn't it be lovely, Miss Shirley, if some one could just wave a wand and make everybody beautiful?" she said wistfully. "Just fancy my feelings, Miss Shirley, if I suddenly fould myself beautiful! But then"....with a sigh..."if we were all beauties who would do the work?"
Anne of Windy Poplars

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