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Rather Do What Is Nothing In The Purpose Than To Be Idle, That The Devil May Find Thee Doing. The Bird That Sits Is Easily Shot When The Fliers Escape The Fowler. Idleness Is The Dead Sea That Swallows All The Virtues, And Is The Self-made Sepulcher Of A Living Man.
~ Francis Quarles
A Poet Is A Bird Of Unearthly Excellence, Who Escapes From His Celestial Realm Arrives In This World Warbling. If We Do Not Cherish Him, He Spreads His Wings And Flies Back Into His Homeland.
~ Kahlil Gibran
Faith Is The Bird That Feels The Light When The Dawn Is Still Dark.
~ Rabindranath Tagore
I Never Saw A Wild Thing Sorry For Itself. A Bird Will Fall Frozen Dead From The Bow Of A Ship Without Ever Having Felt Sorry For Itself.
~ D. H. Lawerence
Different People Have Different Duties Assigned To Them By Nature Nature Has Given One The Power Or The Desire To Do This, And The Other That. Each Bird Must Sing With His Own Throat.
~ Henrik Ibsen
A Bird That You Set Free May Be Caught Again, But A Word That Escapes Your Lips Will Not Return.
~ Jewish Prove
I Have Never Seen A Wild Thing Feel Sorry For Itself. A Little Bird Will Fall Dead, Frozen From A Bough, Without Ever Having Felt Sorry For Itself.
~ D. H. Lawrence
But I Have Always Liked Bird Dogs Better Than Kennel-fed Dogs Myself--you Know, One That Will Get Out And Hunt For Food Rather Than Sit On His Fanny And Yell.
~ Charles E. Wilson
God Gives Every Bird Its Food, But He Does Not Throw It Into Its Nest.
~ J. G. Holland
Both The Cockroach And The Bird Would Get Along Very Well Without Us, Although The Cockroach Would Miss Us Most.
~ Joseph Wood Krutch
A Bird In The Hand Is Worth Two In The Bush.
~ Miguel de Cervantes
I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings.
~ Maya Angelou, Quoting a lyric by Paul Laurence Dunba