Old Churches Quotes

Old Churches Quotes by Hilda Doolittle, Edvard Grieg, Max Muller, John Towner Williams, Emily Bronte, Charles Dickens and many others.

Take what the old-church
found in Mithra's tomb,

Take what the old-church
found in Mithra’s tomb,
candle and script and bell,
take what the new-church spat upon
and broke and shattered.
Hilda Doolittle
A landscape, torn by mists and clouds, in which I can see ruins of old churches, as well as of Greek temples – that is Brahms.
Edvard Grieg
Not far from our house, and opposite the old church with the golden cross, stood a large building, even larger than the church, and having many towers.
Max Muller
When you think about Boston, Harvard and M.I.T. are the brains of the city, and its soul might be Faneuil Hall or the State House or the Old Church. But I think the pulsing, pounding heart of Boston is Fenway Park.
John Towner Williams
The old church tower and garden wall Are black with autumn rain And dreary winds foreboding call The darkness down again
Emily Bronte
The haggard aspect of the little old man was wonderfully suited to the place; he might have groped among old churches and tombs and deserted houses and gathered all the spoils with his own hands. There was nothing in the whole collection but was in keeping with himself nothing that looked older or more worn than he.
Charles Dickens