„For ’t is always fair weather
When good fellows get together
With a stein on the table and a good song ringing clear.“

"Spring", p. 60.
Along the Trail (1898)

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—  Richard Hovey American writer 1864 - 1900

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—  John Ruskin English writer and art critic 1819 - 1900

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„He was sunshine most always-I mean he made it seem like good weather.“

—  Mark Twain, livro Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

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—  Evelyn Waugh British writer 1903 - 1966

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„Nought cared this Body for wind or weather
When Youth and I lived in't together.“

—  Samuel Taylor Coleridge English poet, literary critic and philosopher 1772 - 1834

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„The rain has stopped, the clouds have drifted away, and the weather is clear again.“

—  Ryōkan Japanese Buddhist monk 1758 - 1831

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Abandon this fleeting world, abandon yourself,
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„There is constant sun, good weather all the time, the ocean like a slab of slate - there is nothing less picturesque than this combination.“

—  Berthe Morisot painter from France 1841 - 1895

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