"November Quotes" refers to a collection of quotes that capture the essence and spirit of the month of November. These quotes often reflect the unique qualities and characteristics associated with this time of year, such as autumnal beauty, introspection, gratitude, and the anticipation of the upcoming holiday season.
They serve as a source of inspiration, motivation, and reflection, offering wisdom and insight to help navigate the changing seasons and embrace the opportunities and challenges that November brings. Whether it's celebrating the beauty of falling leaves, expressing gratitude for life's blessings, or finding solace in the quiet moments, November quotes offer a glimpse into the sentiments and emotions that make this month so special.
“And November sad, a psalm. Tender, trustful, full of balm. Thou must breathe in spirits calm.” – Caroline May
November is a time of sorrow and pain. It is a season when we reflect on the past and pay respect to those who have passed away. This month, we should also remember the many hardships that our country has experienced in recent years. In honor of those who have lost their lives in such a terrible time, let us offer a psalm of comfort.
“In November, the earth is growing quiet. It is making its bed, a winter bed for flowers and small creatures. The bed is white and silent, and much life can hide beneath its blankets.” – Cynthia Rylant
In November, the earth is growing quiet. It is making its bed, a winter bed for flowers and small creatures. The bed is white and silent, and much life can hide beneath its blankets. The blanket of silence is thin, but it has held for centuries. In expectation of an upcoming winter, many small creatures have fled to warmer climates. Once the weather cools, they will return to their natural homes. October was a month of change.
“Don’t wait until the fourth Thursday in November, to sit with family and friends to give thanks. Make every day a day of Thanksgiving.” – Charmaine J Forde
Every day is a day of gratitude, and Thanksgiving is the perfect time to be grateful for everything in life. Everyone has their own unique gifts and opportunities that make Thanksgiving an amazing day, and there are no limits to what you can do to thank your family and friends. Make sure to spend time with them on Thanksgiving Day, and enjoy every minute!
“This November there seems to be nothing to say.” – Anne Sexton
November is usually a month when people are feeling down about the year ahead, but this year there seems to be nothing to say. Despite this, many people are still beginning to take the opportunity to start fresh and make new memories.
“How sad would be November if we had no knowledge of the spring.” – Edwin Way Teale
November is a month when people prepare for Christmas and New Year's. But in some parts of the world, it is also a month that people mourn. November is the month when there is no knowledge of the spring. People in these parts of the world are often left with sadness because they don't know what to do with the lack of information.
“The house was very quiet, and the fog we are in November now pressed against the windows like an excluded ghost.” – E.M. Forster
The house was very quiet, and the fog we are in November now pressed against the windows like an excluded ghost. The curtains were drawn, the lights off, and there was a trace of sleepiness in the air. Silence breeds fear, especially when one is unfamiliar with the place. It seemed like home, but it wasn't. The house had been taken from us, taken away while we slept.
“Peering from some high window, at the gold of November sunset and feeling that if day has to become night, this is a beautiful way.” – E.E. Cummings
On a fall day, the sun sets in slowly and pulls the colors of the sky into its pages. From high up, one can see the gold of November sunset as it slides slowly down to the horizon. For some, this is a beautiful way to end an evening.
“How I wish to fly with the geese away from dreary November days, the “freeze-up,” and cruel winter. Away from loneliness, isolation, and anxiety bred by blizzards. Most every local person I’ve talked to grudgingly admits to an autumn apprehension. It is part and parcel of an Adirondacker’s psychological makeup. The geese contaminate us with this strange depression on their southbound flight and cure us with their northbound. In between, we try to tolerate winter, each in his or her own way.” – Anne LaBastille
Flying with geese can be a liberating experience, providing you have the proper conditions. Conditions that include an appropriate takeoff and landing area, windy conditions, and a calm atmosphere. If you are lucky enough to do this type of fly with geese, it is a must-do for any bird lover. Flying with geese can provide you with moments of beauty that will make your day.
“In November, people are good to each other. They carry pies to each other’s homes and talk by crackling woodstoves, sipping mellow cider. They travel very far on a special November day just to share a meal with one another and to give thanks for their many blessings – for the food on their tables and the babies in their arms.” – Cynthia Rylant
People in November are good to each other. They carry pies to each other's homes and talk by crackling woodstoves, sipping mellow cider. They travel very far on a special November day just to share.
“The river this November afternoon rests in an equipoise of sun and cloud. A glooming light, a gleaming darkness shroud. Its passage. All seems tranquil, all in tune.” – Cecil Day-Lewis
November is a time for reflection and contemplation, as the leaves change color and the river changes its course. The tranquility of the day is broken only by a gentle breeze that briefly stirs the leaves and makes the water ripple. In this peaceful environment, one can feel a deep sense of peace and serenity. It's an opportunity to take stock of life, to reflect on what's going on in the world and to find consolation in the simple things.
“All Nature mourns, I said, November wild hath torn the fairest pages from her book. – Albert Laighton
If you're looking for a day to celebrate the beauty of nature, look no further than November. The wildflowers are in full bloom, and the trees are a deep red and orange. Even the leaves are changing, as they turn from green to brown and then to yellow. This is the time of year when nature mourns her losses.
“October’s foliage yellows with his cold. In rattling showers dark November’s rain. From every stormy cloud, descends amain, till keen December’s snows close up the year again.” – John Ruskin
October is a month of nature that is full of beauty. The leaves turn color, and the weather becomes colder. October also features his cold, which can make everything seem more unpleasant.
“It is also November. The noons are more laconic and the sunsets sterner and Gibraltar lights make the village foreign.” - Emily Dickinson
November is a time when the Spanish and British empires are coming to an end. The days are shorter, the temperatures colder, and the landscape more barren. Gibraltar is one of the few settlements left in Spain, and it is also November. The noons are more laconic and the sunsets sterner. Gibraltar lights make the village foreign, but it is a place where people try to keep alive memories of their past.
“The month of November makes me feel that life is passing more quickly. In an effort to slow it down, I try to fill the hours more meaningfully. – Henry Rollins
November is the month that can be said to make us feel that life is passing more quickly. It’s the month when we typically start to reflect on our year and take stock of what we’ve accomplished. This can also be a time when we try to fill the hours more meaningfully. November can be a busy month, so it can be nice to take some time for yourself.
“I know that I have died before once in November.” – Anne Sexton
There are many deaths that go unnoticed, until it's too late. A few weeks ago, one such death was announced by the media.
“When shriek’d the bleak November winds and smote the woods, and the brownfields were herbless, and the shades. That met above the merry rivulet, were spoil’d, I sought, I loved them still, they seem’d like old companions in adversity.” – William Cullen Bryant
When the smoggy October winds blow and the leaves start to turn brown, the November temperatures can be quite chilly. This is also when many of the abandoned warehouses and brownfields turn into Herbless Landscapes. Herbless Landscapes is an environmental preserve that is meant to help protect land from development. The land is off-limits to anyone, but it is perfect for nature lovers who want to explore a different side of the city.
“There is October in every November and there is November in every December. All seasons melted in each other’s life.” – Mehmet Murat Ildan
November is a time to reflect on the past, plan for the future, and hope for the future. November is also a time to connect with family and friends.
“The world is tired, the year is old, the faded leaves are glad to die.” – Sara Teasdale
Most everyone agrees that things are not going well. The global economy is in a slump, the world is experiencing an era of drought, and wars are becoming more frequent and costly. However, some people believe that the world is not just tired, but that it's about to die. They say that the days of human progress are numbered and that the world is in for a tough ride.
“October extinguished itself in a rush of howling winds and driving rain and November arrived, cold as frozen iron, with hard frosts every morning and icy drafts that bit at exposed hands and faces.” – J.K. Rowling
In November, the cold weather arrived with hard frosts every morning and icy drafts that bit at exposed hands and faces. October had disappeared in a rush of howling winds and driving rain and November arrived, cold as frozen iron, with hard frosts every morning.
“Cosy fire a-burning bright, cozy tables robed in white. Dainty dishes smoking hot. Home. And cold and snow forgot.” – Louise Bennett Weaver and Helen Cowles LeCron
The cozy fires in the home and in the restaurant are a popular way to spend a winter evening. The tables are covered in white cloth and the dishes are smoking hot. In spite of the cold, people often return to their homes to warm up and enjoy a night of chilling conversation.
“November with uncanny witchery in its changed trees. With murky red sunsets flaming in smoky crimson behind the westering hills. With dear days when the austere woods were beautiful and gracious in a dignified serenity of folded hands and closed eyes–days full of a fine, pale sunshine that sifted through the late, leafless gold of the juniper trees and glimmered among the grey beeches, lighting up evergreen banks of moss and washing the colonnades of the pines.” - Lucy Maud Montgomery
November brings a sense of change to the woods, as the leaves change color and the trees become more lonely. The red sunsets provide an eerie atmosphere, while the days are long and grey. This month also sees a change in weather, as colder temperatures take hold across the country.
“Autumn. The greatest show of all times.” – Mehmet Murat Idan
Autumn is the time of year when the leaves change color and the trees stand tall. In some places, like New England, the leaves fall before autumn starts. This time of year has a lot to offer visitors, including pumpkin pies, apple cider, and hayrides.
“The wild November comes at last beneath a veil of rain. The night wind blows its folds aside, her face is full of pain. The latest of her race, she takes Autumn’s vacant throne. She has but one short moon to live and she must live alone.” – R.H. Stoddard
The wild November comes at last beneath a veil of rain. The night wind blows its folds aside, her face is full of pain. The latest of her race, she takes Autumn's vacant throne. to rule the land and protect it from its enemies. In the face of such adversity, the people rally around their new queen like never before. With her help, they will fight off the threats that seek to tear apart their Homeland.
“I have come to regard November as the older, harder man’s October. I appreciate the early darkness and cooler temperatures. It puts my mind in a different place than October. It is a month for a quieter, slightly more subdued celebration of summer’s death as winter tightens its grip.” – Henry Rollins
November is the month for change and growth. It is the month of new beginnings and the beginning of a new year. November is a month for optimism and hope. The chilly temperatures and early darkness make November feel like a more mature and experienced man.
“November woods are bare and still. November days are bright and good. Life’s noon burns up life’s morning chill. Life’s night rests feet which long have stood.” – Helen Fiske Hunt Jackson
November woods are bare and still. November days are bright and good. Life's noon burns up life's morning chill. Life's night rests feet which long have stood. This is the month of death, of bleakness, of the end of the world.
“That soft autumnal time, the woodland foliage now is gathered by the wild November blast.” – John Howard Bryant
The leaves of the trees are changing color and the woods are getting a more autumnal feel. The air is colder, but there is still a certain warmth in the air. November brings with it a time of change and change in the air. The leaves are starting to fall and the trees are getting ready for winter. This fall is a time to be grateful for all that nature has given us, including the trees.
“Welcome sweet November, the season of senses and my favorite month of all.” – Gregory F. Lenz
November is the month of senses, color, and pumpkins. It's a time to enjoy the familiar and the new, to connect with nature and to appreciate the simple things in life. November is also a great month to start planning your holiday season.
“Happiness isn’t something you experience; it’s something you remember.” – Oscar Levant
People often think that happiness is something that comes and goes. But in reality, happiness is something you experience constantly. It's a feeling you get when you're doing what makes you happy and it's something that can be maintained.
“Days with a high-sprung sky of flawless turquoise. Days when an exquisite melancholy seemed to hang over the landscape and dream about the lake. But days, too, of the wild blackness of great autumn storms, followed by dank, wet, streaming nights when there was witch-laughter in the pines and fitful moans among the mainland trees. What cared they? Old Tom had built his roof well, and his chimney drew.” – Lucy Maud Montgomery
The sky is a perfect blue, the atmosphere is an ethereal haze, and the trees are a deep green. It's all so still and serene, and it's easy to forget that things can't always be this perfect. There are moments when the beauty of the world overwhelms us, when everything seems possible and we feel like we could leap into the sky and fly away. But for the most part, life feels like it's constantly trying to push us down.
“So dull and dark are the November days. The lazy mist high up the evening curled, and now the morn quite hides in smoke and haze. The place we occupy seems all the world.” – John Clare
November is the month of darkness and laziness. The lazy mist high up the evening curled, and now the morn quite hides in smoke and haze. This place we occupy seems all the world away. The people here seem content to sit around all day and do nothing. November is a month of boredom and a way to waste time.
“The November evening had a bite; it nibbled not-quite-gently at her cheeks and ears. In Virginia, the late autumn was a lover, still, but a dangerous one.” – J. Aleksandr Wootton
The November evening had a bite; it nibbled not-quite-gently at her cheeks and ears. In Virginia, the late autumn was a lover, still, but a dangerous one. The leaves on the trees were falling gently to the ground, providing the only sound in the still night. Although the air was cool and fresh, there was an underlying menace that made her skin crawl.
“Even when November’s sun is low and Winter flaps his fleecy wings. Thy gold among his silvery snow a solace in the sadness brings.” – James Rigg
Even though November is a low month, it can provide comfort in the sadness of winter. The flakes of snow remind us that even though the sun may be low in the sky, there is still solace in its rays. This season, try to focus on the good things in life and remember that no matter what has happened in the past, we can always look to Him for guidance.
“Wind warns November’s done with. The blown leaves make bat-shapes, Web-winged and furious.” – Sylvia Plath
November has been officially done with, and what a month it has been! With all of the snow and ice that has filled the area, there was no way to enjoy the month. However, the wind has been a constant presence in the air, warning people of the dangers that await.
“Fear not November’s challenge bold. We’ve books friends, and hearths that never can grow cold. These make amends.” – Alexander L. Fraser
November is a challenging month, full of challenges and opportunities. It's the month when we reflect on our past and look to the future. This makes November a perfect time to challenge ourselves and take on new goals. We can be bold and optimistic in the face of fear, and our friends and books will be there to support us.
“In November, the smell of food is different. It has an orange smell. A squash and pumpkin smell. It tastes like cinnamon and can fill up a house in the morning, and can pull everyone from bed in a fog. Food is better in November than any other time of the year.” – Cynthia Rylant
In November, there is the smell of food. It is an orange smell that can fill up a house in the morning. It tastes like cinnamon and it can pull everyone from bed in a fog. The November smell is something to be enjoyed and associated with Christmas.
“In rough October earth must disrobe her, stars fall and shoot. In keen November, and night is long, and cold is strong nn bleak December”. – Christina G. Rossetti
Throughout November, Earth must disrobe her. Stars fall from the sky, and in the darkness it becomes difficult to see. In December, Earth is long and cold, and the nights are long. It's a time for reflection on what we have, and what we can work to change.
“November comes and November goes. With the last red berries and the first white snows. With night coming early and dawn coming late, and ice in the bucket and frost by the gate. The fires burn and the kettles sing, and earth sinks to rest until next spring.” – Clyde Watson
November brings a lot of change to the landscape of the United States. The month begins with the end of the summer, and ends with the start of winter. The months are also full of holidays and special events. November is also the month when trees begin to turn green and when Christmas starts.
“Spring’s wakening bugle long is hushed, long dimm’d is Summer’s splendor October yields her easel bright to “black and white” November.” – James Rigg
The springtime bugle is long hushed, long delayed in the coming months. The sound of the bugle becomes more and more muffled as summer draws near. November brings with it a new season of painting, where the colors are brighter than ever before.
“Jam in November took away the worries, It was like tasting summer.” – El Fuego
November brought the best of things for many people, including restaurateurs. The warm weather and happy customers gave them hope that the season was finally over. But in reality, November was just the beginning of a new season that would bring plenty of problems and worries.
“In November, the trees are standing all sticks and bones. Without their leaves, how lovely they are, spreading their arms like dancers. They know it is time to be still.” – Cynthia Rylant
November is the month when the leaves are falling, and the trees are standing all sticks and bones. It is time for them to be still and enjoy the autumn season.
“November always seemed to me the Norway of the year.” – Emily Dickinson
The months of November and December are traditionally considered the months of the year in Norway. This is because during these months the country experiences cold, winter weather that can last for weeks on end. This gives the country a special feeling and makes people more likely to celebrate all around the holiday season.
“The widower reviewed his past in a sunless light which was intensified by the greyness of the November twilight, whilst the bells subtly impregnated the surrounding atmosphere with the melody of sounds that faded like the ashes of dead years.” – Georges Rodenbach
The widower reviewed his past in a sunless light which was intensified by the greyness of the November twilight, whilst the bells subtly impregnated the surrounding atmosphere with the melody of sound. The review was sorrowful, yet it also brought back some fond memories that he had long forgotten. The widower recalled how he used to go fishing with his son in the local stream, or take a walk through the forest after a hard day's work.
“November is Hip-Hop History Month, where we give celebration to what hip hop has done to bring together people of the world, people of all nationalities, young people, all the political systems and politicians on the planet.” – Afrika Bambaataa
November is Hip-Hop History Month, and in honor of this occasion we give a celebration of what hip hop has done to bring together people of the world, people of all nationalities, young people, all the political systems and more. The genre has brought together people from all over the world in an effort to make a connection and build solidarity. Hip-hop has helped to create a community where everyone can feel included.
“November is usually such a disagreeable month as if the year had suddenly found out that she was growing old and could do nothing but weep and fret over it.” - L.M. Montgomery
November is often a disagreeable month as if the year had suddenly found out that she was growing old and could do nothing but weep and fret over it. The usual mild weather conditions give way to heavy rain and snow, which means that transportation is often difficult and school is declared closed for several days.
“November. Crows are approaching, wounded leaves fall to the ground.” – Sir Kristian Goldmund Aumann
November is a month of change and transformation. It's when the leaves start to fall and the sun starts to set. The crows are dispersed and slowly start to return to their nests. This time of year is a time for reflection, mourning and growth.
“A barren realm of withered fields, bleak woods, and falling leaves. The palest morns that ever dawned, the dreariest of eves. It is no wonder that she comes, poor month with tears of pain. For what can one so hopeless do but weep, and weep again.” – R.H. Stoddard
The month of December is a time when many things happen. Birthdays are celebrated, Christmas is celebrated, and New Year's Resolutions are made. The month of December is also a time when people go on walks and get out in the fresh air to clear their minds and take in the sights. On this day, many people go to the woods to see if they can find any wildflowers or flowers that might be in bloom.
“My lovely November. Have you seen my heart, somewhere in your castle of yellow leaves?” – A Waltz for Zizi
November is a month full of love, happiness and new beginnings. It's the time of year when people start to reflect on their lives and plan for the future. November is also a month when many businesses start operations and some new products or services are debuting. In honor of November, here are 5 things you should do in order to enjoy its fruits!
“I go to Japan every November on vacation, and the one thing I never return home without is yuba, which is the thin skin that forms atop boiling soy milk. You skim it off and either eat it fresh or dry it.” – Hanya Yanagihara
Japanese soy milk is often called yuba in English, and it is the thin skin that forms atop boiling soy milk that fans love. In Japan, you can buy yuba in small bowls or jars, and it is a popular way to enjoy soy milk on vacation. You can also order it from restaurants.
“November is the most disagreeable month in the whole year.” – Louisa May Alcott
There's no denying that November is one of the most disagreeable months in the whole year. The weather can be unpredictable, and people can be quite grumpy all month long. It's also the month when many election campaign posters are put up, and it's easy to see why people might be unhappy.
“But there is always a November space after the leaves have fallen when she felt it was almost indecent to intrude on the wood for their glory terrestrial had departed and their glory celestial of spirit and purity and whiteness had not yet come upon them.” – L.M. Montgomery
November is a month that has been traditionally associated with the end of the year and the beginning of the new year. In many ways, it is a time to reflect on what has happened in the past year and to plan for the future. However, there is always a space after the leaves have fallen when she felt it was indecent to intrude on the wood for their glory terrestrial had departed and their glory celestial of spirit.