Total found: 145
Anthony T. Hincks
If you wish to meet and speak with god, you must first try to tame a wild tiger with a feather and a stick.
Ariana Dancu
She had a wild, wandering soul but when she loved, she loved with chaos and that made all the difference.
Atticus Poetry
We are all born free and spend a lifetime becoming slaves to our own false truths.
Atticus Poetry
I LIVE MY LIFESO HAPPILY IN CRAZY WITH HER.
Atticus Poetry
She was another broken doll dreaming of a boy with glue. 
Atticus Poetry
Sometimes I want a quiet lifeother timesI want to go a little bit fucking Gatsby.
Atticus Poetry
LOVE COULD BE LABLEDPOISON AND WE'D DRINK IT ANYWAYS.
Atticus Poetry
She was everything real in a world of make-believe. 
Atticus Poetry
As he took her handhe gave herall she had beenwaiting for--a shiverdown her spine.
Atticus Poetry
She wore his love like a loaded gun. 
Atticus Poetry
Brushing a girl's hair behind her earonce a daywill solve more problemsthan all thosetherapists and drugs.
Atticus Poetry
Watch carefully the magic that occurswhen you give a person enough comfort to just be themselves.
Atticus Poetry
The beautiful thing about young love is the truth in our hearts that it will last forever.
Atticus Poetry
THE HARDESTSTEPWE ALL MUST TAKEIS TO BLINDLY TRUST IN WHO WE ARE. - ATTICUS
Atticus Poetry
And the stars blinked as they watched her carefully jealous of the way she shone.
Atticus Poetry
I have seen your darkest nights and brightest days and I want you to knowthat I will be here forever loving you in dusk.
Atticus Poetry
I aspire to be an old man with an old wife laughing at old jokes from a wild youth.
Atticus Poetry
We humans are so tortured by not properly guessing what will make us happy.
Atticus Poetry
There will alwaysa glimmer in thosewho have been through the dark.
Atticus Poetry
Don't ask her to be a rock for you to lean uponinstead, build her wingsand point her to the skyand she will teach you both to fly.
Atticus Poetry
What good are wings without the courage to fly?
Atticus Poetry
Drugs to mehave always beena pretty girl with a sly smilebeckoning mewith a finger down the dark path of a fork in the road.
Atticus Poetry
Adventure runs on all sorts of whiskey. 
Atticus Poetry
She was not for everyone but she was for me. 
Atticus Poetry
THE RIGHTPOEM FINDS US EXACTLY WHEN IT NEEDS TO.
Atticus Poetry
I hope to arrive at my death, late, in love, and a little drunk. 
Atticus Poetry
She was afraid of heightsbut she was much more afraid of never flying.
Atticus Poetry
She had just enough madness to make her interesting
Atticus Poetry
We are made of all those who have built and broken us.
Atticus Poetry
Don't worry
Atticus Poetry
Break my heart and you will find yourself inside. 
Atticus Poetry
She found herselfover a long and treacherous roadand the more treacherous the road became,the more of herselfshe found.
Atticus Poetry
Thinking of you is a poison I drink often. 
Atticus Poetry
Chase your stars fool, life is short. 
Atticus Poetry
That was her magic
Atticus Poetry
True artcomes from flying with the madnessso close you burn your eyelashes.
Atticus Poetry
She was cool
Atticus Poetry
She conquered her demons and wore her scars like wings. 
Atticus Poetry
I'll let you into my heart but wipe your feet at the door.
Atticus Poetry
I let her gobecause I knew she could do betterand now she's goneI wonderif I should've just been better.
Atticus Poetry
It's a lonelything, protecting a breakable heart
Atticus Poetry
We were strange in loveher and I too wild to last too rare to die.
Atticus Poetry
I worry there is something broken in our generation,there are too many sad eyes on happy faces.
Atticus Poetry
I WANT TO BE WITH SOMEONE WHO DREAMS OF DOING EVERYTHING IN LIFEAND NOTHING ON RAINY SUNDAY AFTERNOONS.
Atticus Poetry
Love her but leave her wild 
Atticus Poetry
Depression is being colorblind and constantly told how colorful the world is.
Atticus Poetry
You and I will be lost and found a thousand times along this cobbled road of us.
Atticus Poetry
I just need you and some sunsets. 
Atticus Poetry
Put a girl in moonlightand tell only truthsand every man becomes a poet.
Atticus Poetry
Words will scratch more hearts than swords.
Atticus Poetry
She wore the moonlight like lingerie. 
Atticus Poetry
Art takes time
Atticus Poetry
Songs live longer than kingdoms. 
Atticus Poetry
One day I'll paint the perfect sunset-- if I can only find the words.
Atticus Poetry
There is nothing prettier in thewhole wide world than a girlin lovewith every breath she takes.
Atticus Poetry
She was too busy wishing on shooting stars to see the dreams come true around her.
Atticus Poetry
My atoms love you atoms, it's chemistry. 
Atticus Poetry
She sat in her perfect house, with her perfect husband, wishing that her perfect life would end.
Atticus Poetry
You deserve to be the person you were meant to be. 
Atticus Poetry
From the moment I saw her I knew this onewas worththebroken heart.
Atticus Poetry
It was her chaos that made her beautiful. 
Atticus Poetry
Our songslive longer thanour kingdoms.
Atticus Poetry
A few drinks and the world was hers
Atticus Poetry
Come, my darling,it is never too late to begin our love again.
Atticus Poetry
LIFE IS A JOURNEYTO FIND THE PEOPLEWEIRD LIKE YOU.
Atticus Poetry
She walkedthrough her lifeheavyfrom themighty wingsupon her back.
Atticus Poetry
Time is all we have and don't. 
Atticus Poetry
There's too much risk in loving,'the young boy said,'no,'said the old man,'there's too much risk in not.
Atticus Poetry
The prettiest girls shine brightest in the dark. 
Atticus Poetry
Poetry, is a life long war wagedagainst ineffable beauty.
Atticus Poetry
I think it's beautifulthe way you sparkle when you talk about the things you love.
Atticus Poetry
What a strange world. We trade our days for things.
Atticus Poetry
It was never the way she lookedalways the way she wasI would have fallen in love with her with my eyes closed.
Atticus Poetry
When it comes to love we are primates breaking stickswhile pointing to our hearts.
Atticus Poetry
EVERYTHINGWE LOVE ISWELL ARRANGED DUST. - ATTICUS
Atticus Poetry
I will follow you, my love, to the edge of all our days,to our very last tomorrows.
Atticus Poetry
A sky full of starsand he was staring at her.
Beth Lewis
But I weren't no quitter No wolf nor bear just gives up when they get beat or hungry. You ever seen a bear jump off a cliff 'cause life handed him a few rough draws? No, you haven't. The wild keeps going till it don't have strength in its muscles and bones. The wild doesn't give up; it's forever, and so was I.
Beth Day
Quando vi trovate in un bosco circondato da montagne maestose, potete posare la mano sul terreno e sentire il palpito della natura. Potete svegliarvi per mille mattine e, spalancato l'uscio della baracca, bearvi gli occhi e l'anima con uno spettacolo d'incomparabile bellezza. E passeranno gli anni, la vista vi si farà debole, ma quello spettacolo resterà sempre chiaro perché il ricordo non ha bisogno d'occhiali.
Brandan Roberston
What if one's tendency to go wandering off is truly a gift? What if the driving force beneath the curiosity that leads a person to wander off the beaten path is not immaturity, but the wild, untamable Spirit of God, drawing them into the foliage to be refined, to discover fresh insights, and pioneer a new way forward for a new group of people?
Cecilia Llompart
If Springtime crawls out of thewild mouths of flowers, thensurely, Winter crawls out of mine.
Charlotte Eriksson
I am not a Sunday morning inside four wallswith clean bloodand organized drawers.I am the hurricane setting fire to the forestsat night when no one else is aliveor awakehowever you choose to see itand I live in my own flamessometimes burning too bright and too wildto make things lastor handlemyself or anyone elseand so I run.run run runfar and wideuntil my bones ache and lungs splitand it feels good.Hear that people? It feels goodbecause I am the slave and ruler of my own bodyand I wish to do with it exactly as I please
Clarissa Pinkola Estés
So, the word wild here is not used in its modern pejorative sense, meaning out of control, but in its original sense, which means to live a natural life, one in which the criatura, creature, has innate integrity and healthy boundaries. These words, wild and woman, cause women to remember who they are and what they are about. They create a metaphor to describe the force which funds all females. They personify a force that women cannot live without.
Criss Jami
If what you create seems to turn out much stranger than who you are as a person, it's probably because your heart is talking.
David Metzenthen
There was something wild about her, as if she was connected to this place but not the people.
Diane Ackerman
At some point, one asks, Toward what end is my life lived? A great freedom comes from being able to answer that question. A sleeper can be decoyed out of bed by the sheer beauty of dawn on the open seas. Part of my job, as I see it, is to allow that to happen. Sleepers like me need at some point to rise and take their turn on morning watch for the sake of the planet, but also for their own sake, for the enrichment of their lives. From the deserts of Namibia to the razor-backed Himalayas, there are wonderful creatures that have roamed the Earth much longer than we, creatures that not only are worthy of our respect but could teach us about ourselves.
El Fuego
You were not born to just go to school and work, Discover the world and enjoy your life while you're still young
Fennel Hudson
Find a part of yourself hidden in the twilight.
Fennel Hudson
Enjoy the contented silence.
Henry David Thoreau
We need the tonic of wildness...At the same time that we are earnest to explore and learn all things, we require that all things be mysterious and unexplorable, that land and sea be indefinitely wild, unsurveyed and unfathomed by us because unfathomable. We can never have enough of nature.
Jasz Gill
Dear Fellow Human Being,You are born wild, You do not deserve to be tamed!Tell yourself,You do not deserve this!All those toxic words you have to listen from people,All those fears they try to pin on your mind,All those giggles they aim at your dreams,All those judgmental stares inspecting your individuality,All those fingers pointing towards your crude character,All those shackles that tie your feet to social expectations,All those cages that do not let your imagination fly free,Listen deeply, you do not deserve any of it.My dear fellow human, you do not deserve this hostility.You are born wild, You do not deserve to be tamed!
Jasz Gill
Dear Fellow Human Being,You are born wild, You do not deserve to be tamed!Tell yourself,You do not deserve this!All those toxic words you have to listen from people,All those fears they try to pin on your mind,All those giggles they aim at your dreams,All those judgmental stares inspecting your individuality,All those fingers pointing towards your crude character,All those shackles that tie your feet to social expectations,All those cages that do not let your imagination fly free,Listen deeply, you do not deserve any of it.My dear fellow human, you do not deserve this hostility.You are born wild, You do not deserve to be tamed!― Jasz Gill
John McPhee
If you have to ask that question, you wouldn't understand the answer.
Jon Krakauer
I was stirred by the dark mystery of mortality. I couldn't resist stealing up to the edge of doom and peering over the brink (…) That was a very different thing from wanting to die.
Jonathan Renshaw
First, the wind would rumble in the distance like an approaching river, then he would see grass bend, pressed by a great invisible hand. The dull rumble would rise in pitch to a swishing, lashing exultation, causing stalks to lie flat against the ground while the tougher branches of shrubs held themselves up and shrieked their defiance in the gusts. Then the first drops, cold and heavy, would plummet from the sky and burst on the ground.
Kamand Kojouri
I am looking for the one I can't fool.
Kamand Kojouri
Take me when I'm wild.Take me when I'm free.Take me for meand I will take you as you want to be.
Katelyn S. Bolds
There is always an adventure waiting in the woods.
Leo Tolstoy
I wanted movement and not a calm course of existence. I wanted excitement and danger and the chance to sacrifice myself for my love.
Liz Newman
She chose messy, she chose wild. She chose life on her own terms.
Mae Chevrette
It is in all of us to defy expectations, to go into the world and to be brave, and to want, to need, to hunger for adventures. To embrace the chance and risk so that we may breathe and know what it is to be free.
Melody Lee
She's not stumbling, she's not lost. She's simply romancing her inner animal and falling in love with the wild part of her soul.
Melody Lee
She has wings the color of wild and a soul the color of art.
Melody Lee
I am a wildflower in your perfect bed of roses.
Melody Lee
Kiss her gypsy soul and love her for the wild rose she is.
Melody Lee
Wildflowers can't be controlled, and neither can the girl with a soul boundless as the sky, and a spirit as free and wild as the ocean.
Melody Lee
I'm a tangled mess of wild.
Michael Pollan
Anthropocentric as [the gardener] may be, he recognizes that he is dependent for his health and survival on many other forms of life, so he is careful to take their interests into account in whatever he does. He is in fact a wilderness advocate of a certain kind. It is when he respects and nurtures the wilderness of his soil and his plants that his garden seems to flourish most. Wildness, he has found, resides not only out there, but right here: in his soil, in his plants, even in himself...But wildness is more a quality than a place, and though humans can't manufacture it, they can nourish and husband it...The gardener cultivates wildness, but he does so carefully and respectfully, in full recognition of its mystery.
Michael Pollan
In the same way that the picturesque designers were always careful to include some reminder of our mortality in their gardens -- a ruin, sometimes even a dead tree -- the act of leaving parts of the garden untended, and calling attention to its margins, seems to undermine any pretense to perfect power or wisdom on the part of the gardener. The margins of our gardens can be tropes too, but figures of irony rather than transcendence -- antidotes, in fact, to our hubris. It may be in the margins of our gardens that we can discover fresh ways to bring our aesthetics and our ethics about the land into some meaningful alignment.
Mokokoma Mokhonoana
We human beings regard ourselves as (or compare ourselves to) animals only when it suits us.
Morris R. Gates
The yearn of the faithfulThe call of the wildTwo conflicting worlds collideSteadfast in a world spiraling out of control. One foot to the earthOne head in the clouds
Munia Khan
Wild animals are less wild and more human than many humans of this world
Neymat Khan
Enough !! of the lion ruling the wild territory, time to vote the panther gentlemen.
Nikki Rowe
How wrong we are to ignore our hearts to follow the familiar path.
Nikki Rowe
Wild woman are an unexplainable spark of life. They ooze freedom and seek awareness, they belong to nobody but themselves yet give a piece of who they are to everyone they meet. If you have met one, hold on to her, she'll allow you into her chaos but she'll also show you her magic.
Nikki Rowe
Never question yourself to satisfy the comfort of those living blindly by the false masks of life.
Nikki Rowe
You know a wild spirit just by looking at them, they carry a vibe that doesn't appear often but when it does my god you won't forget them. They are always passing through lives, never staying put, but always remembered long after they have left. These souls are kindred spirits, they connect deeply or not at all.
Nikki Rowe
I said, but I have to go, there are so many places calling my name.
Nikki Rowe
She has fought many wars, most internal. The ones that you battle alone, for this, she is remarkable. She is a survivor.
Nikki Rowe
Don't settle your wild, find a man who doesn't want to tame it.
Nikki Rowe
I enjoy the wild things, Call me at 3 am and tell me you're waiting at my door. Give me sunsets in different cities and road trips on dirt tracks not sighted on maps. Whiskey for breakfast & cheap thrills for dinner. Give me happiness in a smile and nothing of certainty but the way we make eachother feel. There so much life in living while you're alive & id give absolutely anything to have it all with you.
Nikki Rowe
There is so much power in choosing to love yourself against all odds and I hope with every kind of painful experience you become more aware who you are and what you are truly capable of. Life hurts but it's also remarkabley beautiful if you look past the chaos.
Nikki Rowe
The world is a big place for a little heart like mine, I have kept it locked away until I meet warrior that tames my wild.
Nikki Rowe
You can love her with everything you have and she still wont belong to you. She will run wild with you, beside you with everystep but let me tell you something about women who run with wolves, their fierce hearts dont settle between walls and their instinct is stronger than upbringing. Love her wild or leave her there.
Nikki Rowe
Like a wolf, she lived by instinct.
Nikki Rowe
I am a wild woman. it would take a warrior to tame my spirit.
Nikki Rowe
I don't want fleeting friendships or relationships or passion in life, give me fleeting moments in coffee shops and walks by the water but I will never be satisfied with empty kinships that are fleeting & undecided. Those connections are what make us all human and I dare not settle my wild little heart for something of so little depth.
Nikki Rowe
I'm not a girl that will lay in diamonds but I will run through the flowers of the seeds we plant together.
Nikki Rowe
She was born to be free, let her run wild in her own way and you will never lose her.
Nikki Rowe
You stop revisiting memories when you outgrow the people you made them with.
Nikki Rowe
Her love is rare but she'll keep you wild.
Pega Rose
And damn it, I should be thinking this through. Normal people can't leave their job to return a notebook. But this job sucks, and I haven't taken any vacation time, like, ever. I should seriously be consulting with a lot of different people before jumping in, but that's never been a strong suit of mine. Because there's a need in Julienne's voice that I haven't heard before, and I have nothing waiting for me here that won't be there when we get back.
Pushpa Rana
Insatiable is my desire for you, Insane is my love you,Limitless are my boundaries for you, True are my feelings for you,Wildest are my imaginations for you, Intense is my passion for you,Soul is my offering for you, Commitment is my promise to you,
Raymond Carver
But I can hardly sit still. I keep fidgeting, crossing one leg and then the other. I feel like I could throw off sparks, or break a window--maybe rearrange all the furniture.
Renee Askins
The wild is where you find it, not in some distant world relegated to a nostalgic past or an idealized future; its presence is not black or white, bad or good, corrupted or innocent... We are of that nature, not apart from it. We survive because of it, not instead of it.
Rob Schultheis
... there's a silent voice in the wilderness that we hear only when no one else is around. When you go far, far beyond, out across the netherlands of the Known, the din of human static slowly fades away, over and out.
Robin Hobb
The world had to change and for some reason the prosperity of men always results in them taking ever more from wild creatures and places.
Scott Stabile
She felt wild and unruly, determined and free.
Shannon Mullen
Her eyes remind me of the Pacific: Raging. Fearless. Restless.
Susan Polis Schutz
Let us dance in the sun, wearing wild flowers in our hair...
Suzy Kassem
Every creature was designed to serve a purpose. Learn from animals for they are there to teach you the way of life. There is a wealth of knowledge that is openly accessible in nature. Our ancestors knew this and embraced the natural cures found in the bosoms of the earth. Their classroom was nature. They studied the lessons to be learned from animals. Much of human behavior can be explained by watching the wild beasts around us. They are constantly teaching us things about ourselves and the way of the universe, but most people are too blind to watch and listen.
Suzy Kassem
Much of human behavior can be explained by watching the wild beasts around us. They are constantly teaching us things about ourselves and the way of the universe, but most people are too blind to watch and listen.
T. S. Eliot
How wild it was, to let it be.
Thomas French
Despite all their flaws, zoos wake us up. They invite us to step outside our most basic assumptions. Offered for our contemplation, the animals remind us of nature's impossibly varied schemes for survival, all the strategies that species rely upon for courtship and mating and protecting the young and establishing dominance and hunting for something to eat and avoiding being eaten. On a good day, zoos shake people into recognizing the manifold possibilities of existence, what it's like to walk across the Earth, or swim in its oceans of fly above its forests
Zascha Friis
May my soul forever stay wild and my spirit always be adventurous.