13+ quotes from Wildwood Dancing by Juliet Marillier

Quotes from Wildwood Dancing

Juliet Marillier ·  407 pages

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“If a man has to say trust me, Gogu conveyed, it's a sure sign you cannot. Trust him, that is. Trust is a thing you know without words.”
― Juliet Marillier, quote from Wildwood Dancing


So you do believe in... true love? she whispered.
I took a deep breath, I think I have to, I said, blinking back tears. Without it, we're all going nowhere.
― Juliet Marillier, quote from Wildwood Dancing


“If a man has to say trust me it's a sure sign you cannot. Trust him, that is. Trust is a thing you do without words.”
― Juliet Marillier, quote from Wildwood Dancing


“I like the truth, even when it does trouble me.”
― Juliet Marillier, quote from Wildwood Dancing


“She seemed fragile like a moonflower – destined to bloom for a single lovely night, and then to fade and fall.”
― Juliet Marillier, quote from Wildwood Dancing


“At the end of the parapet, a long black coat lay neatly folded on the wall. At the other end stood my sister and her lover. Tati’s arms were wound around Sorrow’s neck, her body pressed close to his, as if she would melt into him. His hands were enlaced in my sister’s long hair as he strained her slight form against him, white on black. Their eyes were closed; their lips clung; they were lost in each other. It was beautiful and powerful. It was impossible.”
― Juliet Marillier, quote from Wildwood Dancing


“Death is final. The felling of trees is final. What we ask of you is simply the recognition of change, Jena. Yours is a world of constant change. You must learn to change, too. You spend a great deal of time worrying about others: trying to put their lives right, trying to shape your world as you believe it should be. You must learn to trust your instincts, or you are doomed to spend your life blinded by duty while beside you a wondrous tree sprouts and springs up and buds and blooms, and your heart takes no comfort from it, for you cannot raise your eyes to see it.”
― Juliet Marillier, quote from Wildwood Dancing


“Not all were joyful tales; we needed to acknowledge that love was not just kisses, smiles, and fulfillment, but also sacrifice, compromise, and hard work.”
― Juliet Marillier, quote from Wildwood Dancing


“His touch warmed my whole body. I was longing to throw my arms around him and hold him close, but the magic of this moment was like a single, lovely strand of cobweb, fragile and delicate. One wrong move and it would snap beyond mending.”
― Juliet Marillier, quote from Wildwood Dancing


“I saw that in him she had found her sun and moon, her stars and her dreams.”
― Juliet Marillier, quote from Wildwood Dancing


“...if you give respect, yet get respect back. If you offend, you get...retribution.”
― Juliet Marillier, quote from Wildwood Dancing


“His heart and mine added a rhythm all their own. We turned and turned, and with every turning we breathed a little more quickly and held on a little more tightly, and when we came back to the place we started, we stopped dancing and stood with our arms around each other, holding on as if we would never let go, not if the sky fell and the whole world came to an end.”
― Juliet Marillier, quote from Wildwood Dancing


“I saw that in him she had found her sun and moon, her stars and her dreams. Sorrow”
― Juliet Marillier, quote from Wildwood Dancing


About the author

Juliet Marillier
Born place: in Dunedin, New Zealand
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