Lips Sayings and Quotes

Below you will find our collection of inspirational, wise, and humorous old lips quotes, lips sayings, and lips proverbs, collected over the years from a variety of sources.

Lips like rosebuds peeping out of snow. Philip James Bailey
Language is wine upon the lips. Virginia Woolf
The lips of those we love are sweet to us in life, and sacred in death. Maria Charlesworth
Lips, like roses dropping myrrh. George Sandys
Everything you declare with your lips will be tested in your life. Jack Hyles
Lips are the most sensual organ we are allowed to expose. Anonymous
Lips with such sweetness in their honeyed deeps. As fills the rose in which a fairy sleeps. Edward Bulwer Lytton
Your lips are my persuasion, your love will be my cure. Billy Squier
Lips, however rosy, must be fed. Ovid
My lips are big, but my talent is bigger. Fantasia Barrino
Lips moulded in love are tremulously full of the glowing softness they borrow from the heart, and electrically obedient to its impulses. Grace Greenwood
For attractive lips, speak words of kindness. Audrey Hepburn
Her lips were like living fire. He could not take his own away. He forgot everything. W. Somerset Maugham
Oh how sweet it is to hear one's own convictions from another's lips. Frank Gifford
Lips, like hanging fruit, whose hue. Is ruby 'neath a bloom of blue. Thomas Gordon Hake
Soul meets soul on lovers' lips. Percy Bysshe Shelley
Lips are no part of the head, only made for a double-leaf door for the mouth. John Lyly
The time comes upon every public man when it is best for him to keep his lips closed. Abraham Lincoln
You know how you're supposed to choose between playing up your eyes or your lips? I always choose lips. I love the drama. Leighton Meester
Pure lips, sweet seals in my soft lips imprinted. What bargains may I make still to be sealing? William Shakespeare
When the lips are opened, we behold the image of the soul. Sir Thomas Higgons
Lips are the fingerprints of love. Tyler Shields
My lips are like camera for her, whenever I click her with my lips, she smiles. Himanshu Chhabra
Red lips are not so red as the stained stones kissed by the English dead. Wilfred Owen
There, the lips of silent passion, curved like an archer's bow to send the sweet arrows out. Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Lips move; lips touch; lips signal. Lips are on the outside for show, and on the most secret inside of your mouth. Lips frame words that tie. Jane Rogers
Her lips were like the soft ridges of dunes in the desert at sunset; like the crests of waves meeting in the frothy rush to shore; like the folded wings of courting birds. Gregory David Roberts
And yet to wine, to opium even, / I prefer the elixir of your lips on which love flaunts itself. Charles Baudelaire
A man's lips are never sealed so tight that a kiss can't melt them. George Henry Miles
Lips. There was something strangely, delicately indelicate about the word, like a kiss itself. Cassandra Clare