We have compiled a list of he best Mermaid Quotes and Mermaid Sayings for you.
Nobody wants to admit that mermaids who survive the dangers of the ocean can still be defeated by their own pain. ~ Emm Cole.
The mermaids came to me finally, in the pink hours of my existence. They are my consolation. ~ Sue Monk Kidd.
Maybe I’m still the mermaid. Maybe the ocean is your hand. ~ Kelli Russell Agodon.
I’m always happy when I’m surrounded by water, I think I’m a Mermaid or I was a mermaid. ~ Beyoncé Knowles.
Who says that my dreams, have to stay, just my dreams? ~ Ariel, The Little Mermaid.
Mermaids don’t drown. ~ Suzanne Palmieri.
Be a mermaid that makes waves. ~ Unknown.
Best Mermaid Quotes
Any soul you are attached to is a mermaid for you because it slowly pulls you into the pond of its bad Karma. ~ Shunya.
She is a mermaid but approach her with caution. Her mind swims at a depth most would drown in. ~ J. Iron.
I just love mermaids. I was a mermaid in my past life. I just feel it when I go in the sea. ~ Ella Henderson.
Mermaids are not the monsters you humans think we are. ~ Sarah Henning.
Maybe I would become a mermaid…My fingernails would be tiny shells and my skin would be like a jade with light shining through it. I would never have to come back up. ~ Francesca Lia Block.
I’ll drown more sailors than the mermaid shall. ~ William Shakespeare.
I felt a little like a mermaid, rendered voiceless by her own longing. ~ Seanan McGuire.
Mermaids don’t lose sleep over the opinions of shrimp. ~ Unknown.
Top Mermaid Quotes
Your soul is so bohemian, free and gypsy wild. Come swim with me in the calming sea, let’s be mermaids for awhile. ~ Melody Lee.
She is a mermaid on dry land and the world is her ocean. Her mind swims at a depth most would drown in. ― J. Iron.
There’s always a woman somewhere, child; a princess, a witch, a stepmother, a mermaid, a fairy godmother, or one as wicked as she is beautiful, or as beautiful as she is good. ~ Jeanette Winterson.
I often have the fantasy that curly girls are mermaids who have had to adapt to life on dry land. We come from the sea. ~ Lorraine Massey.
Make your story so beautiful, mermaids have trouble believing it’s true. ~ R.I.D.
If you sing to the mermaids, they come when you’re drowning. ~ Tori Amos.
I always wanted to be a mermaid but I never saw the sea. ~ Renee Thebeau.
Famous Mermaid Quotes
I have heard the mermaids singing, each to each. I do not think that they will sing to me. ~ T.S. Eliot.
Mermaid tears were treasure, meant to be guarded close to one’s heart. They brought wishes of true love and kept you safe. ~ Kerry Lonsdale.
Like a mermaid rising from an ocean of paper, the girl emerged across the room. ~ Brian Selznick.
I love water and you said, you thought a mermaid, maybe. If you were a mermaid, you said, if you were a mermaid, I was the sea. ~ Francesca Lia Block.
First of all, never call a mermaid a fish unless you’re trying to insult her. ~ Tiana Warner.
Fishermen dream of great dripping trout, shapely and elusive as mermaids, and arise cranky and haggard from their fantasies. ~ John D. Voelker.
If the mermaid had been an idealized projection of a human woman onto a marine mammal, she would have looked different every time. ~ Mira Grant.
I’ve got a swimming pool and I pretend to be like a mermaid, like in the middle of the night. It kind of de-stresses me. ~ Rebel Wilson.
There are people all over the world who carry the mermaid inside them. ~ Carolyn Turgeon.
We are the glamorous mermaids in the ocean that offers us another magical journey. ~ Cinda Swalley.
Where there’s water, we find mermaids. Maybe it’s time we started asking ourselves exactly why that is. ~ Mira Grant.
Popular Mermaid Quotes
Like a mermaid in sea-weed, she dreams awake, trembling in her soft and chilly nest. ~ John Keats.
Be a mermaid who doesn’t stop until she makes tidal waves. be a mermaid who knows to stop before she devastates the world with her. ~ Amanda Lovelace.
Walking through this life half-sleeping, everything at arm’s length or farther away. I understood those mermaids. I didn’t care if they sang to me. ~ Sarah Densen.
I’ve always been obsessed with things that are half animal and half human – like mermaids and Minotaurs – because they are trapped in an animal body. And I felt trapped in my own life. ~ Riccardo Tisci.
She is water, powerful enough to drown you, soft enough to cleanse you, deep enough to heal you. ~ Adrian Michael.
I must be a mermaid, Rango. I have no fear of depths and a great fear of shallow living. ~ Anais Nin.
If you are curious you might never come home, like all the men who now live with mermaids at the bottom of the sea. Or the people who found Atlantis. ~ Jeanette Winterson.
You’ve never tasted salty air on your tongue or waved heartily at a mermaid! ~ Gideon Defoe.
What you have to understand about the mermaid legend is that it’s universal. No matter where you go, the mermaids got there first. ~ Mira Grant.
She would be half the world away, floating in a turquoise sea, dancing by the moonlight. ~ Janet Fitch.
A mermaid is a legendary sea-dwelling creature with the head and body of a woman and the tail of a fish below the waist.
Mermaid legends date back thousands of years and are found in civilizations all across the world, from coastal communities in Ireland to the landlocked Karoo desert in South Africa. Mermaid is a combination of the words “mere” (Old English for sea) and “maid” (a girl or young woman).
The mermaid’s emblem is as fluid as the water itself, with such a long and varied history. The mermaid represents life and fertility in the ocean in certain civilizations.
In others, she represents the water’s deadly power, enticing sailors to their deaths and serving as a foreshadowing of storms, rough seas, and calamity.