gray or grey - quotes and descriptions to inspire creative writing
From silver-white to heavenly-black, the picture in greys has a soothing quality, as if it were a lullaby for the eyes and spirit.
Grey comes to my dreams as if to form a pencil sketch, a structure for the vivid hues to follow.
There is a serenity in the greys of monochrome.
In the earth lay a glimpse of metal, the grey of vintage silver - not all the way to black but instead a patina of many shades. Tamsin bent to rescue it, it was a cup of sorts with one handle and a hinged lid that defied movement. With the hem of her shirt she polished it clean before wrapping it in cloth and placing it in her pack.
The sky was of silver hues, molten, swirling in steady and radiating arcs. In this coming of the storm I love the greys of every shade and depth. I could swim in the atmosphere so subtly electric, alive with an excitement for what is to come.
The door was the grey of unburnished silver, as pretty as a dappled horse, as reassuring as all ancient things that remain so strong.
The day is grey as if we were in some treasured photograph of olden times.
The grey of the wall was diffuse and mottled, like sun upon a storm cloud.