Quotes About Dark Shadows

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Quotes About Dark Shadows

Positive thoughts multiply, They bring their own images of joy Which erase dark shadows, Bring happiness.
— Balroop Singh —

I focused on him. Everything still seemed blurry, but he was close enough that I could see him. He was completely soaked. His jeans, shoes, jacket, and shirt. He was just as wet as I was. His normally messy blond hair was darker and flat to his head from the weight of the water.
Dark shadows haunted his eyes and his lips were pale from the cold.
"You jumped in after me," I whispered.
"I'd jump into the pits of hell for you, Rim.

— Cambria Hebert

Through silent alleys where dark shadows fleeted past them like forest beasts on the prowl; through bustling market-places where bloaters predominated, into crammed gin-palaces where the gas flashed over faces whereon was stamped the indelible impression of a protest against creation; brushing tatters which were in gruesome harmony with the haggard or bloated features.
(The Phantom Model

— Hume Nisbet

Maybe the good intentions paving the road to hell are really the dark shadows that line the alley of righteousness?

— J.A. Huss

Dark shadows of grief haunted his expression. More than any one person should be asked to bear. But that was the problem with grief. No one ever asked for it. It arrived with its bags packed for an extended stay. It settled into your best guest room and demanded to be waited on all day long, and which it finally shuffled out the door, it left behind permanent scratches on your furniture.

— Maria V. Snyder

The salamander flared, etching the room with searing white light and dark shadows.
Otto screamed. He fell to the floor, clutching at his throat. He sprang to his feet, goggle-eyed and gasping, and staggered, knock-kneed and wobbly-legged, the length of the room and back again. He sank down behind a desk , scattering paperwork with a wildly flailing hand.
"Aarghaarghaaaargh ... "
There was a shocked silence.
Otto stood up, adjusted his cravat, and dusted himself off. Only then did he look up at the row of shocked faces.
"Vel?" he said sternly. "Vat are you all looking at? It is just a normal reaction, zat is all. I am vorking on it. Light in all its forms is mine passion. Light is my canvas, shadows are my brush."
But strong light hurts you!" said Sacharissa. "It hurts vampires!"
"Yes. It iss a bit of a bugger, but zere you go.

— Terry Pratchett

Below us the Thames grew lighter, and all around below were the shadows - the dark shadows of buildings and bridges that formed the base of this dreadful masterpiece.

— Ernie Pyle

Many places in the Bronx seem hidden in shadows, just as the Bronx itself is in Manhattan's shadow. And dark stories develop best in dark shadows.

— S. J. Rozan

If this had been an old house, with creaking wood, and dark shadows, and heavily panelled walls, there might have been an eerie feeling. But this house was the essence of modernity. There were no dark corners-no possible sliding panels-it was flooded with electric light-everything was new and bright and shining. There was nothing hidden in this house, nothing concealed. It had no atmosphere about it. Somehow, that was the most frightening thing of all ... .

— Agatha Christie

She closed her eyes, dark-lidded, dark shadows beneath them; she really was older, not the glancing-eyed girl I had fallen in love with but no less beautiful for that; beautiful now in a way that less excited my senses than tore at my very heart.

— Donna Tartt

My reason is now free and clear, rid of the dark shadows of ignorance that my unhappy constant study of those detestable books of chivalry cast over it. Now I see through their absurdities and deceptions, and it only grieves me that this destruction of my illusions has come so late that it leaves me no time to make some amends by reading other books that might be a light to my soul.

— Miguel De Cervantes Saavedra

There is nothing like the silence and loneliness of night to bring dark shadows over the brightest mind.

— Washington Irving

We would never know the music of the harp-if the strings were left untouched. We would never enjoy the juice of the grape-if it were not trodden in the winepress. We would never discover the sweet perfume of cinnamon-if it were not pressed and beaten. We would never feel the warmth of fire-if the coals were not utterly consumed. The wisdom and power of the great Workman are revealed by the trials through which His vessels of mercy are permitted to pass. Present afflictions tend also to heighten future joy. There must be dark shadows in the picture-to bring out the beauty of the lights. Could we be so supremely blessed in heaven-if we had not known the curse of sin and the sorrow of earth? Will not peace be sweeter-after conflict? Will not rest be more welcome-after toil? Will not the bliss of the glorified-be enhanced the recollection of past sufferings?

— Charles Haddon Spurgeon

There must be dark shadows in the picture-to bring out the beauty of the lights.

— Charles Haddon Spurgeon

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