Cole & Anne Shirley: Come to me, Muse!
Anne Shirley: Don’t disparage her when you don’t even know her.
Anne Shirley: [singing] The holly and the ivy Now they are both full grown Of all the trees that are in the woods The holly bears the crown
Anne Shirley: “What a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive”.
Anne Shirley: I wish I were a tree. That i would have different hair for every season. I would have pretty spring buds, And a full head of blossoms in summer… Vibrant autumn colors, and then…
Anne Shirley: Kissing reminds me more of a mother bird feeding its baby.
Anne Shirley: What is the purpose of kissing? Is it… supposed to feel good? “With one long kiss my whole soul through, My lips, as sunlight drinketh dew”, Tennyson.
Anne Shirley: A skirt is not an invitation!
Anne Shirley: Why must the girl wait for the boy? If i wanted to kiss a boy, couldn’t I just kiss him?
Diana Barry: We can each have a part. Anne Shirley: And it will only be whole when we’re together.
Anne Shirley: Have you ever hurt someone so badly that they couldn’t love you anymore?
Anne Shirley: Yes! Rescue me from geometry, the most uninspired from of torture.