Fireworks are one of the best parts of Jul. 4, and when the holiday roles around this year, you can bet that everyone will be posting pictures of the colorful light shows on their social media accounts. If you're planning on getting in on the action, these fireworks quotes to share on Facebook will pair well with the photos and videos you post of those sparkling explosives in the sky.
These quotes talk about all things fireworks, from how beautiful the colors are to what fireworks represent in the literary world and beyond. If you're a hardcore romantic, then you're going to eat these quotes right up. If romance isn't quite your thing, though, there are still a few quotes in the mix that pull at some comedic strings. Really, there's a quote in this roundup for every sort of firework lover.
This Jul. 4, take your fireworks photo, layer on those filters, and pair it with one of these poetically written quotes before posting it on your Facebook. We all need some inspiration come the scorching hot summer, and these fireworks quotes will provide exactly that. Share the wealth of beauty online this year — both visually and with these words below.
1. "My early childhood memories center around this typical American country store and life in a small American town, including Fourth of July celebrations marked by fireworks and patriotic music played from a pavilion bandstand." — Frederick Reines
2. "Noises and smells, those can bring back powerful memories. I remember when I was going to school one Fourth of July, and there were a lot of fireworks going off." — Kevin Powers
3. "Because beautiful things never last. Not roses nor snow… and not fireworks, either." —Jennifer Donnelly
4. "We shall go wild with fireworks... and they will plunge into the sky and shatter the darkness. We don't have any fireworks that big." — Natsuki Takaya
5. "When I grew up, we went to Coney Island and Central Park. We'd find our way to the water and watch the fireworks." — Jimmy Smits
6. "Touch was important. The evening of the Third of July we would go around the neighborhood and look at the fireworks others had bought, taking them out of the brown paper sack and handling them cautiously as if they were precious stones. There was envy when we saw sacks with more in them than we had." — Paul Engle
7. "[Photography] ties back into this feeling of wanting to watch things fall and the moment before they break. Fireworks are that way for me — this lovely thing that blows up and is gone. It all goes back to this desire to record things before they disappear — the original reason we take pictures, right?" — Laurel Nakadate
8. "What was important wasn't the fireworks, it was that we were together this evening, together in this place, looking up into the sky at the same time." — Banana Yoshimoto