Sight Related Quotes



A beautiful blossom is a fleeting thing It stays for a moment and then takes wing: With special rays we catch it ere flight So all may enjoy the beautiful sight.

Albert Richards


Far out of sight forever stands the sea, Bounding the land with pale tranquillity.

Yvor Winters


“The human mind has invented sensory systems more powerful than its own, also means of conveyance projecting such systems into areas where we could not physically be; telescopy, deep into outer space; ultrasonics, deep into oceans; endoscopy, deep into our own bodies.”

Akram Abu Hamdan


Charm strikes the sight, but merit wins the soul.

Alexander Pope


I drew the curtains to conceal the sight of my father's farewell; my spite was sharp as broken glass.

Angela Carter


The warm sun kissed the earthTo consecrate thy birth,And from his close embraceThy radiant faceSprang into sight,A blossoming delight.

Sarah Orne Jewett


If you could hold your nose to avoid a stink, or close your eyes to cut out a sight, why not shut off your brain to avoid a thought?

Katherine Paterson


Fear has its use, but cowardice has none. I may not put my finger into the jaws of a snake, but the very sight of the snake need not strike terror into me.

Mahatma Gandhi


“The faculty, staff and students never lose sight of our increasingly multicultural society as the context for their teaching and scholarship. In addition, counseling psychology has been generous in sharing its experiences with the university as a whole.”

Charles Read


The greatest tragedy to befall a person is to have sight but lack vision.

Helen Keller