February Quotes and Sayings

February Quotes and Sayings: February is here with us, and I believe you are looking for inspirational, positive, proverbs and sayings for February.

Today we are going to look at a collection of February Quotes and Sayings. Find February Quotes and February Sayings below.

February Quotes and Sayings

In February there is everything to hope for and nothing to regret. – Patience Strong

The February sunshine steeps your boughs and tints the buds and swells the leaves within. – William C. Bryant

February brings the rain, Thaws the frozen lake again. – Sara Coleridge

In the coldest February, as in every other month in every other year, the best thing to hold on to in this world is each other. – Linda Ellerbee

February is merely as long as is needed to pass the time until March.-  Dr. J. R. Stockton

Winter dies into the spring, to be born again in the autumn. –  Marche Blumenberg

February, fill the dyke with what thou dost like. – Thomas Tusser

Wan February with weeping cheer, Whose cold hand guides the youngling year. Down misty roads of mire and rime, Before thy pale and fitful face. The shrill wind shifts the clouds apace. Through skies the morning scarce may climb. Thine eyes are thick with heavy tears, But lit with hopes that light the year’s. –  Algernon Charles Swinburne

Freezing, cold winds, biting chills, and white snow fluffed hills Valentines day, oh how gay! presidents’ day is coming our way. February, sweet and small, greatest month of all. –  Eric Lies

February dripping wet; March wind ranges; April changes; Birds sing in tune To flowers of May, And sunny June Brings longest day; In scorched July The storm-clouds fly, Lightning-torn; August bears corn, September fruit; In rough October Earth must disrobe her; Stars fall and shoot In keen November; And night is long. And cold is strong. In bleak December. –  Christina Giorgina Rossetti

February makes a bridge and March breaks it. –  George Hebert

Why, what’s the matter, that you have such a February face, So full of frost, of storm and cloudiness? –  William Shakespeare

Tinsel in February, tinsel in August. There are things in a man besides his reason. –  Wallace Stevens

The most serious charge which can be brought against New England is not Puritanism but February. –  Joseph Wood Krutch

January gray is here, Like a sexton by her grave; February bears the bier, March with grief doth howl and rave, and April weeps—but, O ye hours! Follow with May’s fairest flowers. –  Percy Bysshe Shelley

February Sayings

Late February days; and now, at last, Might you have thought that winter’s woe was past; So fair the sky was and so soft the air. – William Morris

The bitter winds in February were sometimes called the First East Winds, but the longing for spring somehow made them seem more piercing. – Eiji Yoshikawa

While it is February one can taste the full joys of anticipation. Spring stands at the gate with her finger on the latch. – Patience Strong

Keep your faith in beautiful things; in the sun when it is hidden, in the Spring when it is gone.” –  Roy R. Gibson 

February is a suitable month for dying.  Everything around is dead, the trees black and frozen so that the appearance of green shoots two months hence seems preposterous, the ground hard and cold, the snow dirty, the winter hateful, hanging on too long. –  Anna Quindlen

February the month of love?!! No wonder the shortest one in the calendar. – Dinesh Kumar Biran

February Quotes

February is the border between winter and spring. – Terri Guillemets

February, when the days of winter seem endless and no amount of wistful recollecting can bring back any air of summer.  – Shirley Jackson

February days are a marketing gimmick; love happens every day. – Randeep Hooda

There is always in February some one day, at least, when one smells the yet distant, but surely coming, summer. – Gertrude Jekyll

February is always a bad month for TV sports. Football is gone, basketball is plodding along in the annual midseason doldrums, and baseball is not even mentioned. – Hunter S. Thompson

Even though February was the shortest month of the year, sometimes it seemed like the longest. – J.D. Robb

February is the uncertain month, neither black nor white but all shades between by turns. Nothing is sure. – Gladys Hasty Carroll

Winter is the time for comfort, for good food and warmth, for the touch of a friendly hand and for a talk beside the fire:  it is the time for home. –  Edith Sitwell

The word February is believed to have derived from the name ‘Februa’ taken from the Roman ‘Festival of Purification’.  The root ‘februo’ meaning to ‘I purify by sacrifice’.  As part of the seasonal calendar February is the time of the ‘Ice Moon’ according to Pagan beliefs, and the period described as the ‘Moon of the Dark Red Calf’ by Black Elk.  February has also been known as ‘Sprout-kale’ by the Anglo-Saxons in relation to the time the kale and cabbage was edible. –  Mystical WWW

Late February, and the air’s so balmy snowdrops and crocuses might be fooled into early blooming. Then, the inevitable blizzard will come, blighting our harbingers of spring, and the numbed yards will go back undercover.  In Florida, it’s strawberry season— shortcake, waffles, berries and cream will be penciled on the coffeeshop menus. –  Gail Mazur

The flowers of late winter and early spring occupy places in our hearts well out of proportion to their size. –  Gertrude S. Wister

Probably more pests can be controlled in an armchair in front of a February fire with a garden notebook and a seed catalog that can ever be knocked out in hand-to-hand combat in the garden. –  Neely Turner

February is the shortest month and by far the worst. – Robert Furber

Today is the first of February, snowy, brilliant, but dripping with the sound of spring wherever the sun lies warm, and calling with the heart of spring yonder where the crows are assembling. There is spring in the talk of the chickadees outside my window, and in the cheerful bluster of a red squirrel in the hickory.  – Dallas Lore Sharp

Without Valentine’s Day, February would be… well, January. – Jim Gaffigan