31 Quotes About Making Wishes on Dandelions

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There is a long standing practice of making a wish and blowing on a dandelion hoping that it will come true. These quotes about making wishes on dandelions capture the magical nature of this long standing tradition.

“Already the dandelions Are changed into vanishing ghosts.”

“Beautiful as a dandelion-blossom golden in the green grass, this life can be.”

“Dandelions are just friendly little weeds who only want to be loved like flowers.”

“Dandelions, like all things in nature are beautiful when you take the time to pay attention to them.”

“Dare to imagine. Dare to be. Books are the seeds. Dreams are the soil. The fruit of the harvest, a world reborn.”

“Does poem also walk through the valleys seeking tongues from dandelions?”

“Go for a short walk in a soft rain – lovely – so many wild flowers startling me through the woods and a lawn sprinkled with dandelions, like a night with stars.”

“I have lost my smile, but don’t worry. The dandelion has it.”

“I turn and run, watching my feet trample a massacre of weeds. I mourn them. The only thing that grows is dandelions in the cracks of the sidewalk and we always end up killing them.”

“I was as unburdened as a piece of dandelion fluff, and he was the wind that stirred me about the world.”

“If dandelions were hard to grow, they would be most welcome on any lawn.”

“If you find yourself worrying, go outside, take three breaths, address a tree and quietly say, ‘Thank you.’ If you can’t find a tree, a dandelion will do… Nature is magic.”

“It gives one a sudden start in going down a barren, stoney street, to see upon a narrow strip of grass, just within the iron fence, the radiant dandelion, shining in the grass, like a spark dropped from the sun.”

“Knowing even as I craved permanence in New York City, that would never come to pass. The pair of us would live for as long as we could. As well as well could. That was all. Then we’d blow away like wishes made on dandelion heads.”

“Last summer I spent almost an hour blowing dandelions off their stems towards him, so that he had a chance to wish for everything he wanted.”

“Most of the dandelions had changed from suns into moons.”

“Never overlook wallflower at dance; may be dandelion in grass.”

“Next time you see a yardful of sprouting dandelions, note that they look remarkably like things we call “flowers.” And later, when the flowers turn into fluff balls, look closely at one of those fluff balls and ask yourself whether it’s really so unattractive.”

“No creature is fully itself till it is, like the dandelion, opened in the bloom of pure relationship to the sun, the entire living cosmos.”

“Nobody loves the head of a dandelion. Maybe because they are so many, strong, and soon.”

“Once an idea is out and about, it can’t be called back, silenced or erased. You can’t contain it, any more than you could put the head of a dandelion back together after the wind has scattered its seeds.”

“Organic as a dandelion seed, [the ship of our imagination] will carry us to worlds of dreams and worlds of facts”

“So much love, too much love, it is our madness, it is rotting us out, exploding us like dandelion polls.”

“Some people need flowers, some people need dandelions. It’s medicine, it’s what you need at that time in your life.”

“Sometimes it seemed to him that his life was delicate as a dandelion. One little puff from any direction, and it was blown to bits.”

“The man who worries morning and night about the dandelions in the lawn will find great relief in loving the dandelions.”

“The practice of kindness is the daily, friendly, homely caring form of love. It is both humble-a schoolboy bringing his teacher a bouquet of dandelions-and exalted-a fireman giving his life to save someone else’s. ”

“There is nothing in the world more pathetic than a bunch of wilted dandelions.”

“There was nothing worse than feeling out of place, and that was a feeling I got to experience quite often.”

“What I need is the dandelion in the spring. The bright yellow that means rebirth instead of destruction. The promise that life can go on, no matter how bad our losses. That it can be good again.”

“You fight dandelions all weekend, and late Monday afternoon there they are, pert as all get out, in full and gorgeous bloom, pretty as can be, thriving as only dandelions can in the face of adversity.”

There are health benefits associated with consuming dandelions.

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