red Quotes

33 of the best book quotes about red
“You’d find it easier to be bad than good if you had red hair... People who haven’t red hair don’t know what trouble is.”
“The colours red, blue and green are real. The colour yellow is a mystical experience shared by everybody.”
“I know it is just plain red, and it breaks my heart. It will be my life long sorrow.”
“Lust, I suspect, wears repatent stilettos, that feather boa and not much else. Maybe glossy red lipstick.”
“It is red and pointy and I HAVE SEEN MY HAT.”
“Stop, dogs. Stop! The light is red now.”
“Pete stepped in a large pile of strawberries. What color did it turn his shoes?”
“The blue dog is in. The red dog is out.”
“We hurried to the door with the red sign: DANGER.”
″ I love my red shoes, I love my red shoes, I love my red shoes.”
“Suddenly Mr. Duncan saw the red pebble. ‘What a fantastic pebble!’ he exclaimed. ‘Sylvester would have loved it for his collection.’ He put the pebble on the rock.”
“You can think about red. You can think about pink. You can think up a horse. Oh, the THINKS you can think!”
“Mike Mulligan had a steam shovel, a beautiful red steam shovel. Her name was Mary Anne.”
″ ‘You are a stupid little girl!’ Mrs. Winter said. ‘I am not a stupid little girl!’ I cried. ‘I am a very nice little girl!’ ‘Go and stand in the corner,; Mrs. Winter said. Then I got cross, and I saw red, and I put the Magic Finger on Mrs. Winter good and strong, and almost at once …”
“But I have the biggest, reddest dog on our street. This is my dog --- Clifford. ”
“Blood was its Avatar and its seal—the redness and the horror of blood.”
“As she listened to his wailing, Mowzer felt a sudden strange sadness for him. How lonely he must be, she thought, endlessly hunting the men-mice in the deeps of darkness, and never returning to the rosy glow of a red-hot range. And her kind heart was moved to comfort him.”
“My mother named me Autumn. People say to me “Oh how pretty,” and then the name seems to glide away from them, not grasping all the things that the word should mean to them, shades of red, change, and death.”
“So the peddler picked up his caps and put them back on his head- first his own checked cap, then the gray caps, then the brown caps, then the blue caps, then the red caps on the very top.”
“And when he told them of the blue periwinkles, the red poppies in the yellow wheat, and the green leaves of the berry bush, they saw the colors as clearly as if they had been painted in their minds.”
“But nobody wanted any caps that morning. Nobody wanted even a red cap. He began to feel very hungry, but he had no money for lunch.”
“each monkey pulled off his cap…and all the gray caps, and all the brown caps, and all the blue caps, and all the red caps came flying down out of the tree.”
“Gathering is peculiar, because you see nothing but what you’re looking for. If you’re picking raspberries, you see only what’s red, and if you’re looking for bones you see only the white.”
“When Ramona left the shoe store with her beautiful red boots, girls’ boots, in a box, which she carried herself, she was so filled with joy she set her balloon free just to watch it sail over the parking lot and up, up into the sky until it was a tiny red dot against the gray clouds.”
“For she was seeing the peacocks through a great, barred gate, with a funny little boy in a sailor suit and a wide-brimmed hat, whose wistful eyes looked sadly out between his odd tufts of red hair.”
“They were all red. Only one of them was as black as a mussel shell. He swam faster than his brothers and sisters. His name was Swimmy.”
“In the middle of the ring of birds on the ceiling, a circle seemed to open up to which all the primitive colors were returning. The thousand greens of the jungles, the white of waterfalls and, from the land of wading birds, the pink and grey of the wetlands, with a red sun trembling on the muddy, bloodshot surface.”
“There was red wool on his mother’s weaving-rod now, the true burning Warrior Scarlet that was the very color of courage itself.”
“It was round and fat and red. It was fat and red and jolly. And it was VERY, VERY PROUD.”
“Autumn Fires In the other gardens And all up the vale, From the autumn bonfires See the smoke trail! Pleasant summer over And all the summer flowers, The red fire blazes, The gay smoke towers. Sing a song of seasons! Something bright in all! Flowers in the summer, Fires in the fall!”
“In An Apple Tree In September, when the apples were red, To Belinda I said, ‘Would you like to go away To Heaven, or stay Here in this orchard full of trees All your life?’ And she said, ‘If you please I’ll stay here-where I know, And the flowers grow.’ ”
“He had the dearest little red float. His rod was tough stalk of grass, his line was a fine long white horse-hair, and he tied a little wriggling worm at the end.”
“Knowing her mother likes red, she cannot give her a cardinal, a red roof or red underwear, but she can give her mother an apple.”

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