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90 March Quotes That Radiate Happiness

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1. “In March, winter is holding back and spring is pulling forward. Something holds and something pulls inside of us too.” – Jean Hersey

2. “It was one of those March days when the sun shines hot and the wind blows cold, when it is summer in the light, and winter in the shade.” –

3. “By March, the worst of the winter would be over. The snow would thaw, the rivers would begin to run and the world would wake into itself again.” –

4. “In March the soft rains continued, and each storm waited courteously until its predecessor sank beneath the ground.” –

5. “March came in that winter like the meekest and mildest of lambs, bringing days that were crisp and golden and tingling, each followed by a frosty pink twilight which gradually lost itself in an elfland of moonshine.” – L.M. Montgomery

6. “Indoors or out, no one relaxes in March, That month of wind and taxes. The wind will presently disappear, the taxes last us all the year.” –

7. “March is the month God created to show people who don’t drink what a hangover is like.” – Garrison Keillor

8. “Springtime is the land awakening. The March winds are the morning yawn.” – Lewis Grizzard

9. “Match the right things in March.” – Ernest Agyemang Yeboah

10. “Only those with tenacity can march forward in March.” – Ernest Agyemang Yeboah

11. “March is a tomboy with tousled hair, a mischievous smile, mud on her shoes and a laugh in her voice.” – Hal Borland

12. “March, when days are getting long, let thy growing hours be strong to set right some wintry wrong.” – Caroline May

13.“Now when the primrose makes a splendid show, and lilies face the March winds in full blow, and humbler growths as moved with one desire, put on, to welcome spring in their best attire.” – William Wordsworth

14. “This is the perfume of March—rain, loam, feathers, mint.” – Lisa Kleypas

15. “March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb.” – English Proverb

16. “March is the month of . The things we do not know, the persons of prognostication are coming now.” –

17. “Every cold and dark phase ends and hence begins a beautiful phase of warmth and vibrance. Don’t believe it? Just notice March.” – Anamika Mishra

18. “March was an unpredictable month, when it was never clear what might happen. Warm days raised hopes until ice and grey skies shut over the town again.” – Tracy Chevalier

19. “It was March. The days of March creeping gustily on like something that man couldn’t hinder and God wouldn’t hurry.” – Enid Bagnold.

20.“I love March as it gives me hope that new beginnings are always beautiful.” – Anamika Mishra 

21. “March is here. It reminds me of sports day at school, third of March, full day on the field. “ – Faraz

22. “How terrible a time is the beginning of March. In a month there will be daffodils and the sudden blossoming of orchards, but you wouldn’t know it now. You have to take spring on blind faith.” – Beatriz Williams

23. “My father was often impatient during March, waiting for winter to end, the cold to ease, and the sun to reappear.” – Tracy Chevalier

24. “Spring is nature’s way of saying, ‘Let’s party!’” –

25. “Autumn arrives in the early morning, but spring at the close of a winter day.” – Elizabeth Bowen

26. “A light exists in spring, not present in the year, at any other period, when March is scarcely here.” – Emily Dickinson

27. “The first day of spring is one thing, and the first spring day is another. The difference between them is sometimes as great as a month.” – Henry Van Dyke

28. “You are reborn with the roses, in every spring.” – Juan Ramón Jiménez

29. “One swallow does not make a summer, but one skein of geese, cleaving the murk of March thaw is the spring.” – Aldo Leopold

30. “The sun was warm, but the wind was chill. But if you so much as dare to speak, a cloud comes over the sunlit arch, wind comes off a frozen peak, and you’re two months back in the middle of March.” –

31. “March’s birth flower is the daffodil. It’s all too appropriate that cheerful yellow flowers represent the first month of spring.” – FTD

32. “Spring shows what God can do with a drab and dirty world.” – Virgil A. Kraft

33. “The first blooms of spring always make my heart sing.” – S. Brown

34. “Spring work is going on with joyful enthusiasm.” –

35. “In the spring, a livelier iris changes on the burnished dove. In the spring, a young man’s fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love.” – Alfred Lord Tennyson

36. “You can cut all the flowers but you cannot keep spring from coming.” –

37. “Spring makes its own statement, so loud and clear that the gardener seems to be only one of his instruments, not the composer.” – Geoffrey Charlesworth

38. “Where flowers bloom so does hope.” – Lady Bird Johnson

39. “Saturday morning in late March, I was alone and took a long walk. Ice had broken up on the river and the water rippled smoothly in blue light.” – Edward Hirsch

40. “Flowers and colours everywhere, I am so glad that March is here.” – Anamika Mishra

41. “I have said that there was great pleasure in watching the ways in which different plants come through the ground, and February and March are the months in which that can best be seen.” – Henry N. Ellacombe

42. “Now is the month of Germinal in the Republican calendar—the month of hyacinth, and bees, and violet, and primrose. It is also the windy month, the month of new beginnings, and I have never felt it so strongly as I feel it now, that sense of possibility, that irresistible lightness.” – Joanne Harris

43. “Winds of March, we welcome you, there is work for you to do. Work and play and blow all day. Blow the winter wind away.” – Anonymous

44. “March bustles in on windy feet, and sweeps my doorstep and my street.” – Susan Reiner

45. “To welcome her the spring breath’s forth Elysian sweets, March strews the Earth with violets and posies.” – Edmund Waller

46. “A windy March is lucky. Every pint of March dust brings a peck of September corn, and a pound of October cotton.” – Julia Peterkin

47. “A perfect spring day! Enjoy it while it lasts because you don’t know what’s coming.” – Marty Rubin

48. “Daffodils—that come before the swallow dares and take the winds of March with beauty.” –

49. “March—master of winds, bright minstrel and marshal of storms that enkindle the season they smite.” – Algernon C Swinburne

50. “March brings breezes loud and shrill, stirs the dancing daffodil.” – Sara Coleridge

51. “It was the second week in March. The magnolia trees had already bloomed, and tulips, daffodils, and wildflowers were shooting up all around the convent’s gardens.” – Rosanna Chiofalo

52. “My birthday is in March, and that year it fell during an especially bright spring week, vivid and clear in the narrow residential streets where we lived just a handful of blocks south of sunset. The night-blooming jasmine that crawled up our neighborhood’s front gate released its heady scent at dusk, and to the north, the hills rolled charmingly over the horizon, houses tucked into the brown.” – Aimee Bender

53. “It was the end of March. Even though the weather hadn’t warmed noticeably at this elevation, the winter buds had begun to swell on the oaks, giving them the quality of knots in fine lace against the gray overcast.” – James G. Brown

54. “My birthday is in late March, right at that place when the seasons run together. When the sun is warm but the wind is cold, and trees are starting to blossom but the ground hasn’t quite thawed. likes to say I was born with one foot in winter and the other in spring.” – Victoria Schwab

55. “It was a bright spring morning, full of promise. Most travelers are familiar with this kind of weather, when the wind blows westward and warm but the ground still chills the soles of your feet, when the tree buds have begun to unfurl and scent the air with secret springtime madness and they know those days are made for leaving.” – Alix E. Harrow

56. “So many mists in March, so many frosts in May.” – Anonymous

57. “A dry March and a wet May fill barns and bays with corn and hay.” – Anonymous

58. “As through the poplar’s gusty spire, the March wind sweeps and sings, I sit beside the hollow fire, and dream of familiar things. Old memories wake, faint echoes make a murmur of dead spring.” – Chambers’s Journal of Popular Literature

59. “They captured in their ramble all the mysteries and magics of a March evening. Very still and mild it was, wrapped in a great, white, brooding silence—a silence which was yet threaded through with many little silvery sounds which you could hear if you hearkened as much with your soul as your ears. The girls wandered down a long pineland aisle that seemed to lead right out into the heart of a deep-red, overflowing winter sunset.” – L.M. Montgomery

60. “The March wind roars like a lion in the sky and makes us shiver as he passes by.” – Unknown

61. “Poor march, it is the homeliest month of the year. Most of it is mud, every imaginable form of mud, and what isn’t mud in march is ugly late season snow falling onto the ground in filthy muddy heaps that look like piles of dirty laundry.” – Vivian Swift

62. “Our life is March weather, savage and serene in one hour.” –

63. “The stormy March has come at last, with winds and clouds and changing skies. I hear the rushing of the blast that through the snowy valley flies.” – William C. Bryant

64. “March is such a fickle month. It is the seam between winter and spring—though seam suggests an even hem, and March is more like a rough line of stitches sewn by an unsteady hand, swinging wildly between January gusts and June greens. You don’t know what you’ll find, until you step outside.” – V. E. Schwab

65. “That’s the trouble with March—the warmth never lasts. There’s that narrow stretch when it parades as spring, just enough for you to thaw if you’re sitting in the sun, but then it’s gone.” – V. E. Schwab

66. “Yes, but it’s, you know—every year, you’re all, ‘March! This is going to be great! Start of spring!’ But it’s definitely not, right? Because there will be a weird, freak snowstorm, and it’s like winter’s started all over. Unexpected things happen in March.” – Kate Clayborn

67. “So this was how it was to be, now. I would do my best to live in the quick world, but the ghosts of the dead would be ever at hand.” – Geraldine Brooks

68. “Boredom is when the same naive flowers blossom again in the month of March.” – Iwan Goll

69. “After a certain age, time just drizzles down upon your head like rain in the month of March. You’re always surprised at how much of it can accumulate, and how fast.” – Elizabeth Gilbert

70. “March is a month of considerable frustration. It is so near spring and yet across a great deal of the country, the weather is still so violent and changeable that in our yards seems light-years away.” – Thalassa Cruso

71. “March Madness is an incredible three weeks. I firmly believe it’s the greatest three weeks in sports. You have the Super Bowl. You have the World Series.” –

72. “Filling out the NCAA bracket for my office pool is the most work I’ve done since last March.” – Unknown

73. “For sports fans, watching events like this weekend’s Super Bowl or the upcoming March Madness tournament in crystal clear HD is the next best thing to being in the front row.” – Dave Watson

74. “I hope your decisions in life aren’t as ill-conceived as your March Madness bracket.” – Unknown

75. “I like college football, but I’m a huge college basketball fan. I could sit and watch every game of March Madness and be happy. That could be a vacation.” – Lewis Black

76. “It is the first mild day of March, the redbreast sings from the tall larch. Then come, my sister! Come, I pray and bring no book for this one day we’ll give to idleness.” – William Wordsworth

77. “If you wed when March winds blow, joy and sorrow both you’ll know. Married when March winds shrill and roar, your home will lie on a distant shore.” – New Zealand Proverb

78. “It is a beautiful March morning. The pink gillyflowers beneath my window are in bloom, filling the room with their sweet and heady scent. If I lean close to the windowsill and peer down at the garden bed, I can see the outermost petals, bright with sun. The peach blossom will be next, then the jasmine. Each year it is the same, and will continue to be the same for years to come. Long after I am here to enjoy them. Eternally fresh, eternally hopeful, always ingenuous.” – Kate Morton

79. “There’s joy in the mountains. There’s life in the fountains. Small clouds are sailing. Blue sky prevailing. The rain is over and gone!” – William Wordsworth

80. “Let her wake as when she close her eyes. That was all Jenny asked for. That was all she begged for on this March night that was perfectly equal to the day, unique in all the season. Let her be the same sweet girl, unburdened by gifts or sorrow.” – Alice Hoffman

81. “March madness brings April sadness.” – Anonymous

82. “March winds and April showers bring forth May flowers.” – English Proverb

83. “Despite March’s windy reputation, winter isn’t really blown away. It is washed away. It flows down all the hills, goes swirling down the valleys and spills out to sea.” – The New York Times

84. “After a hot March comes April!” – Ernest Agyemang Yeboah

85. “As it rains in March, so it rains in June.” – Anonymous

86. “A wet March is a wet Spring.” – Anonymous

87. “March is a month without mercy for rabid basketball fans. There is no such thing as a ‘gentleman gambler’ when the big dance rolls around. All sheep will be fleeced, all fools will be punished severely. There are no rules when the deal goes down in the final weeks of March. Even your good friends will turn into monsters.” – Hunter S. Thompson

88. “The seventeenth of March. In other words, spring. I mean those in the height of fashion, women or men, can they afford to wait any longer before buying their spring wardrobes?” – Colette

89. “Earthquakes mean March. The sun of this month cures all. Therefore, old women say, ‘Let the sun of March shine on my , but let the sun of February shine on my daughter-in-law.'” – Anne Sexton

90. “Where did Gabriel get a lily, in the month of March, when the green is hardly seen on the early larch?” – Grace James

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