Mimosas quotes

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Smell and mimosas

In the distance, over the Anatolian coast, there lay purple smoke, and above it the clouds burned like a fiery stripe . The streets smelled elegantly of mimosa . (Konstantin Paustovsky)

“I think mimosa,” he told her. “A very good choice, I think,” she said, dabbing a small amount of mimosa eau de cologne on my wrist and then my neck with a delicate applicator. (Nancy Verde Barr)

They set off past the tree where the dogs were still playing, stopping as they went to admire the daffodils and crocuses… On either side of the bench were two beautiful clouds of yellow flowers. “Oh, look,” said Polly, “the mimosa’s out, how lovely. Let’s go and smell it.” They headed over and as they got closer the scent of the fluffy yellow blooms filled the air. (Maggie Alderson)

Evening hours in front of the table.
Irreparably white page.
Mimosa smells of Nice and warmth .
A large bird flies in the moonlight . (Anna Akhmatova)

Come to my garden and smell
The vivid mimosas
Each glimmer upon your spell
When yours is all roses. (Deniz Atay)

Mimosas features

The mimosa entered the room like a big dog dripping with sun that was snorting, sending its yellow waves everywhere. (Christian Bobin)

Anyone who thinks that mimosa is a low-growing flower is mistaken. Mimosa is a tree as tall as a birch . (Yuri Koval)

The mimosa is like the four-leaf clover, you don’t have to look long to see that there isn’t one. (Denis Guedj)

Exhausted mimosa
leaves bowed their lungs… (Sasha Cherny)

along my legs I climb up like a rose
I’m green but do I no longer clench
my fist like tin is poured on the petals of a mimosa (Juhan Viiding)

People and mimosas

Mimosa is good for people who have a tendency to overreact. (Amy Leigh Mercree)

I’m shy as a mimosa, cautious as a gazelle … (Sasha Cherny)

A scientist is a mimosa when he himself has made a mistake, and a roaring lion when he discovers a mistake of others. (Albert Einstein)

Grandmothers are like mimosa, it’s sweet and it’s fresh, but it’s fragile . (Marcel Pagnol)

We draw a wide arc – now what’s the end – what? Moved over the mountains and especially the Monts Maudits. We bring mimosas for an hour from Cannes; we are attached to our neuroses, otherwise we would have nothing left. (Gottfried Benn)

Sensitivity and mimosas

When someone touches this strange flower, which is called mimosa, with a finger, it flinches like a sleeping child on whose face a bee has landed . It would be nice if people weren’t so horrified. (Vítězslav Nezval)

The fibres of the vegetable world, as well as those of the animal, are excitable into a variety of motions by irritations of external objects. This appears particularly in the mimosa or sensitive plant, whose leaves contract on the slightest injury. (E. Darwin)

I crossed a bush of large mimosas . They moved away from me as I passed. They spread their branches with a little hiss. Because they are trees of sensitivity and almost of nervousness. (Blaise Cendrars)

A Sensitive Plant in a garden grew, And the young winds fed it with silver dew, And it opened its fan-like leaves to the light. And closed them beneath the kisses of Night. (Percy Bysshe Shelley)

Australia and mimosas

“Ah,” said Polly, breathing deeply. “Some of my favorite perfumes are based on this smell. It reminds me of my time in Australia. It’s a native plant there. They call it silver wattle.” (Maggie Alderson)

Mystical ways of nature!
Insight of an Australian acacia tree;
Muse of a tropical tree with yellow flowers!
Only to respect nature,
Sine, fine, cine, shine! Sunshine love;
A beautiful tree with yellow flowers. (Edward Kofi Louis)

Attitude to mimosas

The subway was light and bright, and all the women were carrying sprigs of mimosa . She imagined a basket with rich velvet cyclamens, with shiny dense leaves, and for the first time in her life she experienced the pride of wealth and contempt for poverty – for the thin yellow balls with a nasty smell . (Lyudmila Ulitskaya)

Exotic beauty enthralls
Smooth grey bark on slender trunk
Crowned by a lush canopy
Verdant fern-like leaves. (Kim Merryman)

Love and mimosas

And if i if i ever let love go because the hatred and the whisperings become a phantom dictate i o- bey in lieu of impulse and realities (the blossoming flamingos of my wild mimosa trees) then let love freeze me out. (June Jordan)

But that mimosa grove-the haze of stars, the tingle, the flame, the honey-dew, and the ache remained with me, and that little girl with her seaside limbs and ardent tongue haunted me ever since-until at last, twenty-four years later, I broke her spell by incarnating her in another. (Vladimir Nabokov)

South Africa and mimosas

Each of us is as intimately attached to the soil of this beautiful country as are the famous jacaranda trees of Pretoria and the mimosa trees of the bushveld – a rainbow nation at peace with itself and the world. (Nelson Mandela)

…they tried to burn the bushes, but the juicy mimosa does not lend itself to fire, and thus these bushes and groves, the beauty of the country, constitute death and ruin for the colonists. (Alexey Vysheslavtsev)

Forest and mimosas

Under mimosas which shake their pink petals and mysteriously rustle their lace of greenery. (Eugène Sue)

The forest, as usual, all equatorial forests consists of different trees: palmettes, dracaenas, rubber trees, sycamores, tamarix, and mimosas grow here – some squat and thick, others slender, reaching to the sky. Sometimes it is impossible to distinguish which leaves belong to which tree. (Henryk Sienkiewicz)

Forest quotes

Mimosas bloom

The mimosas were covered, like gold, with fluffy balls of flowers that hung in delicate tassels from behind the feathery greenery and red trunks. (Pyotr Krasnov)

mimosa grows
beneath the blue mountain
lit by the early morning sun.
Birds sing. (Diana Rosser)

Bloom quotes

Predators and mimosas

Many outlandish specimens grew here, such as an ebony tree with a black trunk as strong as iron; bushes of predatory mimosa, in which the leaves and flowers, at one touch of a small insect, quickly shrink and suck the juices out of it. (Alexander Kuprin)

It is the mimosas’ way to make fertilizer out of their fellow human beings. (Peter E. Schumacher)

Flowers and mimosas

Red tulips, carnations, mimosa, flowers from all countries surrounded the room (Joë Bousquet)

There is nothing that can overwhelm and shake us, we who are so strong and straight, so well planted… We have grown among flower peas, geraniums and mimosa pots, among flowery percale, white cretonne, old faithful servants… (Nathalie Sarraute)

Flowers quotes


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