Dragon Quotes From All Over
"Whuf" added the dragon.
Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for you are crunchy and taste
good with ketchup.
Never laugh at live dragons, Bilbo you fool!
It never does to leave a live Dragon out of the equation.
"Smaug", by John Howe
This of course is the way to talk to dragons, if you don't want to
reveal your proper name (which is wise), and don't want to infuriate
them by a flat refusal (which is also very wise). No dragon can resist
the fascination of riddling talk and of wasting time to trying to understand
Smaug certainly looked asleep, almost dead and dark, with scarcely
a snore more than a whiff of unseen steam, when Bilbo peeped once more
from the entrance. He was just about to step out onto the floor when
he caught a sudden thin ray of red from under the drooping lid of Smaug's
left eye. He was only pretending to sleep! He was watching the tunnel
We Dragons love to sing.
Long ago, when man was young and the dragon already old, the wisest
of our race took pity on man, so he gathered together all the dragons,
making them vow to watch over man always. And at the moment of his death,
the night became alive with those stars. And thus was born the Dragons'
Heaven. But when we die, not all dragons are admitted to this shining
place. No, we have to earn it! And if we don't, our spirit disappears
as if we never were.
"I imagined a dragon inside myself," Quaid explains. "We
all have one, in one form or another. To me, this dragon is both the
wild nature of ourselves and our conscience in his embodiment of the
Old Code ethical behavior and morality. At the same time, he's our unconscious,
the place from which our dreams arise. I just spoke my lines to the
dragon within me."
Come not between the dragon and his wrath.
The enlightened man enjoys perfect freedom in active life. He is like
a dragon supported by deep waters or like a tiger that commands its
mountain retreat. The man who is not enlightened drifts about in the
affairs of the world. He is like a ram that gets its horns caught in
a fence or like a man who waits for a hare to run against a tree stump
and stun itself.
When the old mapmakers got to the edge of the world they used to write:
"Beyond this place, there be Dragons."
I was born to catch dragons in their dens and pick flowers
"Here be Dragons".
It may be that dragons really did exist and they were so valuable they
were simply hunted to extinction.
The question is always the same with a dragon: will he talk with you
or will he eat you? If you can count on his doing the former, and not
doing the latter, why then you're a dragonlord.
The dragons begin to speak. Ying and Yang are commingled.
"Crouching tiger hidden dragon" is a quote from Chinese mythology.
The dragon represents individuals who are always full of life
May dragons take flight in your dreams tonight!