Dry Erase Wall Quotes for November 2021

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Dry Erase Wall Quotes for November 2021
Dry Erase Wall Quotes for November 2021

November: The Norway of the Year
In the Northern Hemisphere, November signals the entry to winter, the season of cold, dreary, blustery weather. But it’s also a time of tranquility, of introspection, of cuddling with loved ones and animal companions, of comfort foods, of get-togethers with family and friends. In November, you get to take a deep breath of crisp fresh air and settle into late fall and holiday preparations. It’s a holiday month, but instead of the hustle and bustle of December’s holidays, it offers a more serene sense of family togetherness without the pressure of buying and exchanging gifts. The quotes below reflect an array of feelings, images, and thoughts about November that will hopefully brighten your day or give you food for thought when you post them on your dry erase painted wall.

Thoughts and Feelings about November

1. “November always seems to me the Norway of the year.”
~ Emily Dickinson (US poet)

2. “November is the most disagreeable month in the whole year,” said Margaret, standing at the window one dull afternoon, looking out at the frost-bitten garden. “That’s the reason I was born in it,” observed Jo pensively.”
~ Louisa May Alcott (US novelist, short story writer, and poet), Little Women

3. “Fallen leaves lying on the grass in the November sun bring more happiness than the daffodils.”
~ Cyril Connolly (English literary critic and writer)

4. “Welcome, sweet November, the season of senses and my favorite month of all.”
~ Gregory F. Lenz (US writer)

5. “Fear not November’s challenge bold — We’ve books and friends, And hearths that never can grow cold: These make amends!”
~ Alexander Louis Fraser (Canadian poet and clergyman), November

6. “The thinnest yellow light of November is more warming and exhilarating than any wine they tell of. The mite [small amount] which November contributes becomes equal in value to the bounty of July.”
~ Henry David Thoreau (US naturalist, essayist, poet, and philosopher)

7. “Don’t wait until the fourth Thursday in November to sit with family and friends to give thanks. Make every day a day of Thanksgiving!”
~ Charmaine J. Forde (US author and poet)

8. “She stands In tattered gold Tossing bits of amber And jade, jewels of a year grown old: November.”
~ Zephyr Ware Tarver (US poet), A Queen Makes an Exit

9. “Some of the days in November carry the whole memory of summer as a fire opal carries the color of moonrise.”
~ Gladys Taber (US author)

10. “This is the month of nuts and nutty thoughts — that November whose name sounds so bleak and cheerless — perhaps its harvest of thought is worth more than all the other crops of the year.”
~ Henry David Thoreau (US naturalist, essayist, poet, and philosopher)

11. “No warmth, no cheerfulness, no healthful ease, No comfortable feel in any member – No shade, no shine, no butterflies, no bees, No fruits, no flowers, no leaves, no birds — November!”
~ Thomas Hood (English poet, author, and humorist), No!

12. “November at its best — with a sort of delightful menace in the air.”
~ Anne Bosworth Greene (British-American author and essayist)

13. “Thanks for time to be together, turkey, talk, and tangy weather. For harvest stored away, home, and hearth, and holiday. For autumn’s frosty art, and abundance in the heart. For neighbors and November, nice things, new things to remember.”
~ Aileen Fisher (US writer and poet), All in a Word

14. “The month of November makes me feel that life is passing more quickly. In an effort to slow it down, I try to fill the hours more meaningfully.”
~ Henry Rollins (US singer, actor, presenter, comedian, and activist)

Mother Nature in November

15. “The wind that makes music in November corn is in a hurry. The stalks hum, the loose husks whisk skyward in half-playing swirls, and the wind hurries on. A tree tries to argue, bare limbs waving, but there is no detaining the wind.”
~ Aldo Leopold (US author, philosopher, naturalist, scientist, ecologist, forester, conservationist, and environmentalist)

16. “There is always a November space after the leaves have fallen when she felt it was almost indecent to intrude on the woods, for their glory terrestrial had departed, and their glory celestial of spirit and purity and whiteness had not yet come upon them.”
~ L.M. Montgomery (Canadian author)

17. “The house was very quiet, and the fog — we are in November now — pressed against the windows like an excluded ghost.”
~ E.M. Forster (English fiction writer, essayist, and librettist)

18. “In November, the trees are standing all sticks and bones. Without their leaves, how lovely they are, spreading their arms like dancers. They know it is time to be still.”
~ Cynthia Rylant (US author of children’s books and librarian), In November

19. “If it is true that one of the greatest pleasures of gardening lies in looking forward, then the planning of next year’s beds and borders must be one of the most agreeable occupations in the gardener’s calendar. This should make October and November particularly pleasant months.”
~ Vita Sackville-West (English author, garden designer, poet, and journalist)

20. “The wild gander leads his flock through the cool night, Ya-honk! he says, and sounds it down to me like an invitation: The pert may suppose it meaningless, but I listen closer, I find its purpose and place up there toward the November sky.”
~ Walt Whitman (US poet, essayist, and journalist), Leaves of Grass, I Celebrate Myself

21. “The body is like a November birch facing the full moon And reaching into the cold heavens. In these trees, there is no ambition, no sodden body, no leaves, Nothing but bare trunks climbing like cold fire!”
~ Robert Bly (US poet, essayist, and activist), Solitude Late at Night in the Woods

22. “Bare are the places where the sweet flowers dwelt.
What joy sufficient hath November felt?
What profit from the violet’s day of pain?”
~ Helen Hunt Jackson (US poet, writer, and activist), Autumn Sonnet

23. “The wild November comes at last Beneath a veil of rain; The night winds blow its folds aside, Her face is full of pain. The latest of her race, she takes The Autumn’s vacant throne: She has but one short moon to live, And she must live alone.”
~ Richard Henry Stoddard (US critic and poet), November

24. “Every year, in November, the crowning and majestic hours of autumn, I go to visit the chrysanthemums. They are indeed, the most universal, the most diverse of flowers.”
~ Maurice Maeterlinck (Belgian playwright, poet, and essayist)

25. “Splitting dry kindling on a damp November day — wind-chimes tinkling.”
~ Michael P. Garofalo (US poet and philosopher), Cuttings

26. “Cornstalks from last summer’s garden now lean toward the kitchen window, and the November wind goes through them in a shudder. Their thin tassels spread out beseeching fingers, and their long bleached blades flutter like ragged clothing.”
~ Rachel Peden (US newspaper columnist)

27. “Most people, early in November, take last looks at their gardens, and are then prepared to ignore them until the spring. I am quite sure that a garden doesn’t like to be ignored like this. It doesn’t like to be covered in dust sheets, as though it were an old room which you had shut up during the winter. Especially since a garden knows how gay and delightful it can be, even in the very frozen heart of the winter, if you only give it a chance.”
~ Beverley Nichols (English writer, playwright, and public speaker)

28. “When shrieked The bleak November winds, and smote the woods, And the brown fields were herbless, and the shades That met above the merry rivulet Were spoiled, I sought, I loved them still; they seemed Like old companions in adversity.”
~ William Cullen Bryant (US poet, journalist, and newspaper editor), A Winter Piece

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