Elizabeth Lowell Quotes.

1. "If you're not going to get any wiser, what's the point of getting older?"
- Quote by Elizabeth Lowell

2. "t's okay to let yourself go, as long as you can get yourself back. -"
- Quote by Elizabeth Lowell

3. "Show me your dreams. Let me make them come true."
- Quote by Elizabeth Lowell

4. "How long can a man live on the outside before he loses his ability to love? How long before there's no more hope?"
- Elizabeth Lowell, A Woman Without Lies

5. "When it comes to death, nature is much more cruel to predators than predators are to their own prey"
- Elizabeth Lowell, Warrior

6. "Yes," Shannon said calmly. "I could have died. But so what? The stars would have come out tonight and the sun would have risen tomorrow morning. The only difference would be that I wouldn't see it." Shannon to Whip."
- Elizabeth Lowell, Only Love

7. "Love is the light that casts no shadow."
- Elizabeth Lowell, Only You

8. "The sacred rowan is a woman born long, long ago, a woman whose refusal to see love cost first her lover's life, then the lives of her family, her clan, her people. But not her own life. Not quite. In pity and punishment she was turned into an undying tree, a rowan that weeps only in the presence of transcendent love; and the tears of the rowan are blossoms that confer extraordinary grace upon those who can see them. When enough tears are wept, the rowan will be free. She waits inside a sacred ring that can be neither weighed or measured nor touched. She waits for love that is worth her tears. The rowan is waiting still."
- Elizabeth Lowell, Enchanted

9. "You may hold my tears and live as you did before, trusting your soul to no one. Or you may release my tears and accept what comes."
- Elizabeth Lowell, Enchanted

10. "A woman of intense feeling, head thrown back, hair wild, lips open upon a cry of unbelievable pleasure. The enchanted. A warrior both disciplined and passionate, his whole being focused in the moment. The enchanter. Now he is bending down to her, drinking her cries ....."
- Elizabeth Lowell, Enchanted

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