old ruins - quotes and descriptions to inspire creative writing
The old ruins were the kind of grey that speaks of doves, of sun-warmed seals and other serene eye-treasures.
The old ruins whispered tales of gallant chivalry to the flora and fauna, and for those wise words of adventures bold, they grew all the stronger.
The old ruins were so strong in foundation, that they lasted more generations than seventy times seven.
The old ruins were blessed by the sun upon the birth of each new day.
The old ruins were the crown of the mountain top and the soul of the forest realms.
Into the blue air that swam with floral fragrance, the old ruins rose to welcome the coming of spring rains.
I'd rather make my bed in the old ruins of Camelot than in the castles of Mordor.
The old ruins were the kind of imperfection that one's imagination falls in love with and begins to build and rebuild, ever seeking to honour its beginnings.