30 Honey Quotes and Sayings

Honey Quotes

National Honey Bee Day is an awareness day started by beekeepers. It is observed in the USA on the third Sunday in August.

Following are the honey quotes with images.

Honey Quotes

“Tart Words make no Friends: a spoonful of honey will catch more flies than Gallon of Vinegar.” — Benjamin Franklin

“The honey is sweet, but the Bee stings.” — George Herbert

“If you want to gather honey, don’t kick over the beehive.” — Dale Carnegie

“Honey is hydrating and antiseptic. It really clears your skin, and it’s moisturizing. You can use it every day if you want. It’s so gentle.” — Jessica Pare

“I organized Sweet Honey In The Rock in 1973. The music was sanity and balance.” — Bernice Johnson Reagon

“Sweet Honey of Dagda, now I was babbling.” — Kevin Hearne

“We are sitting on our honeymoon bed in the honeymoon suite. We are in a state of the honeymoon, in our honey month. These words are so sweet: honey, the moon. This bed is so big, we could live on it. We have been happily marooned — honey marooned — on this bed for days.” — Kelly Link

“Nothing but Money, Is sweeter than Honey.” — Benjamin Franklin

“It is the honey which makes us cruel enough to ignore the death of a bee.” — Munia Khan

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“When all is said and done, how do we know but that our own unreason may be better than another’s truth? for it has been warmed on our hearts and in our souls and is ready for the wild bees of truth to hive in it and make their sweet honey.” — William Butler Yeats

“We used to say I don’t care if I never have any money As long as I have my sweet honey and a shack in the woodland Now we say I don’t care if I don’t have money, but it’s not true We can’t live without money, no, because we don’t want to We want one of those and two of those, and oh that one looks neat, wrap it up Put it on my MasterCard. Put it on my Visa And I sing it now, hey hey, hey hey, who woulda thunk it Hey hey, hey hey, who woulda thunk it.” — Greg Brown

“To pile up honey upon sugar, and sugar upon honey, to an interminable tedious sweetness.” — Charles Lamb

“In fact when Sweet Honey was ten years old it was too big for me to run, and I knew it, but I ran it for another thirteen years because I couldn’t convince other people to really do it. And this year, I’m not running it.” — Bernice Johnson Reagon

“Wild honey smells of freedom. The dust – of sunlight The mouth of a young girl, like a violet But gold – smells of nothing.” — Anna Akhmatova

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“The only reason for being a bee that I know of is making honey and the only reason for making honey is so I can eat it.” — Winnie the Pooh in A.A. Milne’s

“Honey is sweet, and so is knowledge, but knowledge is like the bee that made that sweet honey, you have to chase it through the pages of a book.” — Patricia Polacco

“If you have no Honey in your Pot, have some in your Mouth.” — Benjamin Franklin

“We are bees then; our honey is language.” — Robert Bly

“I dreamt — marvelous error! — that I had a beehive here inside my heart. And the golden bees were making white combs and sweet honey from my old failures.” — Antonio Machado

“The sweetest honey is loathsome in his own deliciousness and in the taste confounds the appetite.” — William Shakespeare

“It takes a bee to get the honey out.”

“A taste of honey is worse than none at all.” — Smokey Robinson

“The Honey is sweet, but the Bee has a Sting.” — Benjamin Franklin

“Life is the flower for which love is the honey.” — Victor Hugo

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“The pedigree of honey Does not concern the bee; A clover, any time, to him Is aristocracy.” — Emily Dickinson

“When you go in search of honey you must expect to be stung by bees.” — Joseph Joubert

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“The glob of precious honey that I had poured into my mouth at Ace’s was the life’s work of hundreds of bees, a unique floral ode collected from thousands of blossoms in a poetic foraging ritual.” — Holley Bishop

“Deadly poisons are concealed under sweet honey.” — Ovid