51 Inspiring Quotes about Orange

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Orange quotes

As the sun lowered into the city’s skyline, casting an orange glow over the islands, Jana could feel people’s hopes rising.

— F.C. Malby, Take Me to the Castle

You should have gone yourself, you ask for a Coke and they come back with orange drink. No one understands the martyrdom of the volunteers for the trip to food concession.

— Colson Whitehead, John Henry Days

She craved a tall glass of the fresh-squeezed lemonade from the pitcher she’d left chilling in the fridge. Two glasses served with a generous slice of pound cake with orange glaze icing sounded twice as nice.

— Ed Lynskey, Fur the Win

God doesn’t make orange juice God makes oranges.

— Jesse Jackson

Como se reparten el sol en el naranjo las naranjas?How do the oranges divide up sunlight in the orange tree?

— Pablo Neruda, The Book of Questions

I had to say it gave me a warm feeling to picture Meredith Winslow spending twenty years or so in an ill fitting orange jumpsuit, cozying up to a great big girl named Beulah

— Kate Carlisle, Homicide in Hardcover

…dark furrow lines grid the snow, punctuated by orange abacus beads of pumpkins – now the crows own the field…

— John Geddes, A Familiar Rain

You can never kill the spirit of an artist. They will always rewrite their resurrection and paint an eternal sunset with a blaze of orange that no one has seen before.

— Shannon L. Alder

He threw his hands to his eyes and hissed. Like the hiss of incinerating ashes. ‘What is this bright, orange orb in the sky that mocks me with its warmth?

— Jesikah Sundin, Transitions: Novella Collection

The burning red taste of blood floods my mouth. The sparkle of life sprays out of his cells like citrus mist from an orange peel, and I suck it in.

— Isaac Marion, Warm Bodies

Plants are more courageous than almost all human beings: an orange tree would rather die than produce lemons, whereas instead of dying the average person would rather be someone they are not.

— Mokokoma Mokhonoana

when life gives you lemons, don’t try to make orange juice

— Tatyana Sumakova

Do you know much about the Vittra?””Some.” He held out an orange slice to me. “Want some?””No, thanks.” I shook my head. “How much is ‘some’?””I meant like a slice or two, but you can have the rest if you really want.

— Amanda Hocking, Torn

The alarm rings 4:45, again at 5, but I wake up 4:30 naturally. Shower, shave, orange juice, perk my own coffee, hear the news, and the CBS car arrives 5:30.

— Charlie Rose

An orange day, a happy day, a brand-new day in the secret language that only the three of us seemed to understand.”Mmmmm, ” Daddy said, taking a bite of his roll. “Orange wakes you up, but cinnamon makes you remember.

— Judith Fertig, The Cake Therapist

I have an impulse to write all over the orange walls- I need an alphabet of endings ripped out of books, of hands pulled off of clocks, of cold stones, of shoes filled with nothing but wind.

— Jandy Nelson, The Sky Is Everywhere

Cars are empowered by either petrol or diesel or gas. That is their fuel. I don’t care whether you want to pour pepper soup or orange juice into that car… It can’t work! You can’t live without intrinsic and extrinsic motivations and move forward

— Israelmore Ayivor, The Great Hand Book of Quotes

Everyone thinks I named my cat Mango because of his orange eyes, but that’s not the case. I named him Mango because the sounds of his purrs and his wheezes and his meows are all various shades of yellow-orange.

— Wendy Mass

A little orange will put a spring into your day.

— Anthony T. Hincks

He smelled the salt on his own lips and the orange blossoms in her hair. Real ones, he could see now, tucked into the curls with cheap, native combs. The sight of them gave him hope.

— V.S. Carnes, Sand for Dreams

The sea, like a crinkled chart, spread to the horizon, and lapped the sharp outline of the coast, while the houses were white shells in a rounded grotto, pricked here and there by a great orange sun.

— Daphne du Maurier, Rebecca

On the morning in question, she wore white shorts and a pink T-shirt that featured a green dragon breathing a fire of orange glitter. It is difficult to explain how awesome I found this T-shirt at the time.

— John Green

The west is broken into bars Of orange gold and gray Gone is the sun come are the stars And night infolds the day.

— George Macdonald

He saw what they either couldn’t see or couldn’t allow themselves to see, and that only made him more pissed, because being less stupid than one’s parents is repulsive, like taking a gulp from a glass of milk that you thought was orange juice.

— Jonathan Safran Foer, Here I Am

Be patient. Everything has it’s time. You can’t make an orange mature right away because you are hungry

— Bangambiki Habyarimana, The Great Pearl of Wisdom

…”Dont marry an orange and expect him to turn into an apple.” If you want an orange, great. If not, put him back in the proverbial fruit bowl for someone else to enjoy and move on.

— Amy E. Spiegel, Letting Go of Perfect: Women, Expectations, and Authenticity

The sky takes on shades of orange during sunrise and sunset, the colour that gives you hope that the sun will set only to rise again.

— Ram Charan

So, we skipped Annabel, and discussed condoms. I said I liked the orange ones, and we ended our talk in laughter.

— Steven Herrick, Love, Ghosts, & Facial Hair

When the tears were gone I washed my face and walked back to the store to finish my shopping. Because even when your heart is breaking you still need bread and Rice Krispies and orange juice.

— R.J. Keller, Waiting For Spring

…did you know that in your eyes there are bright flecks of green and orange – and that they are lovely?…

— John Geddes

An orange on the table, your dress on the rug, and you in my bed, sweet present of the present, cool of night, warmth of my life.

— Jacques Prevert

He threw his hands to his eyes and hissed. Like the hiss of incinerating ashes. “What is this bright, orange orb in the sky that mocks me with its warmth?

— Jesikah Sundin, Transitions: Novella Collection

Life. This morning the sun made me adore it. It had, behind the dripping pine trees, the oriental brightness, orange and crimson, of a living being, a rose and an apple, in the physical and ideal fusion of a true and daily paradise.

— Juan Ramón Jiménez, Time and Space: A Poetic Autobiography

Thank God I have seen an orange sky with purple clouds.

— Erica Goros

When life gives you lemons, do NOT make lemonade. Lemonade is for losers. Make orange juice instead.

— Neshialy S.

The setting sun threatened to consume me—it could have, you know. It would have been a beautiful death with an honorable eulogy: slain by a magnificent slice of piercing orange energy. I simply turned and walked away; I would live another day.

— Chila Woychik, On Being a Rat and Other Observations

Outside, the afternoon sun was an orange sliver on an icy horizon.

— Tracy Kidder

You think you’re going to impress an American jury with [your] words? In the eyes of the Americans, you’re doomed. Just looking at you in an orange suit, chains, and being Muslim and Arabic is enough to convict you.

— Mohamedou Ould Slahi, Guantánamo Diary

Nothing like an orange and olive green-striped couch sitting on orange carpet and surrounded by dark wood paneling to get the inspiration rolling.

— Erynn Mangum, Sketchy Behavior

I was like, ‘Dude, make me look bad. Please. I want to look ugly. I want to wear orange pants.

— Evanescence

Thank God I have seen an orange sky with purple clouds. How easy it is to forget that we have the privilege of living in God’s art gallery.

— Erica Goros

The evening sky was awash with peach, apricot, cream: tender little ice-cream clouds in a wide orange sky.

— Philip Pullman, The Golden Compass

Why is a carrot more orange than an orange?

— Steven Wright

Taken slowly, or mindfully, even eating an orange or a bowl of soup, or a small piece of dark chocolate for that matter, can take on the flavor or prayer.

— Mary DeTurris Poust, Cravings: A Catholic Wrestles with Food, Self-Image, and God

When life gives you lemons, the best thing to do is make orange juice and let the rest of the world stand back and wonder how you did it.” -Unknown

— -Unknown

A sudden damp coldness clung to the air around us. I lifted my head, eyeing the burnt orange sky. One drop of water fell, splashing off my cheek. Then the sky opened up, drenching us in cold rain within seconds.I sighed. “Really, it has to rain?

— Jennifer L. Armentrout, Apollyon

Grinning is something you do when you are entertained in some way, such as reading a good book or watching someone you don’t care for spill orange soda all over themselves.

— Lemony Snicket

Now she’s lit by the warm orange spreading from the horizon as not-quite-day, becomes not-quite-night

— David Levithan, Every Day

As I watched the sky morph shades of amber and amethyst, of fiery orange and smoldering pink, I always wondered if colors and images like these once inspired the greats before us to construct their beauty and masterpieces.

— Hubert Martin

True love is when you relish the orange she eats.

— Tapan Ghosh, Faceless The Only Way Out

The orange flames waved at the crowd as paper and print dissolved inside them. Burning words were torn from their sentences.

— Markus Zusak, The Book Thief