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Pictures for 2017 New Year latest photos pic comming year pictures for facebook whatsappOf various calendars that took birth ages ago, Gregorian calendar is mostly in use across the globe. It is one calendar, based on which many festivals and events are celebrated everywhere. More so, since Gregorian calendar is being followed, it becomes clear that New Year is also marked based on this calendar only. So as per Gregorian calendar, New Year starts from 1st January every year, 31st December being considered as last day of the year. Pictures for 2017 New Year latest photos pic comming year pictures for facebook whatsapp On the eve of New Year, people generally start partying- which goes on till late in the night- going crazy as the clock nears striking 12. On this page you will come across a wide range of Happy New Year pictures for the same. Start exploring your options now!

Pictures for 2017 New Year latest photos pic comming year pictures for facebook whatsapp

Pictures for 2017 New Year latest photos pic comming year pictures for facebook whatsapp
Pictures for 2017 New Year latest photos pic comming year pictures for facebook whatsapp

Comes now a smiling New-Born Year
To fill to-day with goodly cheer—
An infant hale and lusty.
Upon our door-sill he is left
By Daddy Time, of clothes bereft
Despite the season gusty.
If he be Churl or doughty Knight,
A Son of Darkness or of Light
No man can tell, God bless him!
But be he base or glorious
Time puts it wholly up to us
To dress him!
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~John Kendrick Bangs (1862-1922), “The New-Born Year” (January First), The Cheery Way: A Bit of Verse For Every Day, 1920

I fear thee not, O untried morrow! ~Julia B. Cady (d.1869), “New-Year Thoughts,” in Sabbath at Home, January 1870

Christmas-day is the pleasantest day in the whole year. On that day we think tenderly of distant friends; we strive to forgive injuries—to close accounts with ourselves and the world—to begin the new year with a white leaf, and a trust that the chapter of life about to be written will contain more notable entries, a fairer sprinkling of good actions, fewer erasures made in blushes, and fewer ugly blots than some of the earlier ones. ~Alexander Smith (1829–1867), “Winter,” 1863

Even while we sing he smiles his last,
And leaves our sphere behind.
The good old year is with the past;
Oh be the new as kind!
~William Cullen Bryant (1794–1878), “A Song for New Year’s Eve,” 1857

Hope and faith flower from the cheerful seeds of the old year to the sprouting garden of the new year’s dawn. ~Terri Guillemets, “Annuals,” 2004

O good New Year, we clasp
This warm shut hand of thine,
Loosing for ever, with half sigh, half gasp,
That which from ours falls like dead fingers’ twine:
Ay, whether fierce its grasp
Has been, or gentle, having been, we know
That it was blessed: let the Old Year go.
~Dinah Maria Craik (1826–1887), “A Psalm for New Year’s Eve,” 1855  [“The author of ‘John Halifax, Gentleman,’ has written to her publishers to say that she does not wish her name to appear as it usually does, Dinah Muloch Craik, but as Dinah Maria Craik. The fashion of retaining one’s family surname after marriage is peculiarly American. In England they drop it, and retain the middle name.” The Critic, 1883 December 8th —tεᖇᖇ¡·g]
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A Happy New Year! There is a glow of cheer and optimism in the very words “New Year.” The old year, with its anxieties and worries, is over. It too brought happy days and sunshine, and in memory we must cherish the bright places. ~May Louise Crane, “Poet-O-Grams,” American Poetry Magazine, January 1934

New Year’s Day—Now is the accepted time to make your regular annual good resolutions. Next week you can begin paving hell with them as usual. Yesterday, everybody smoked his last cigar, took his last drink, and swore his last oath. Today, we are a pious and exemplary community. Thirty days from now, we shall have cast our reformation to the winds and gone to cutting our ancient shortcomings considerably shorter than ever. We shall also reflect pleasantly upon how we did the same old thing last year about this time. However, go in, community. New Year’s is a harmless annual institution, of no particular use to anybody save as a scapegoat for promiscuous drunks, and friendly calls, and humbug resolutions, and we wish you to enjoy it with a looseness suited to the greatness of the occasion. ~Mark Twain (1835–1910), in Territorial Enterprise, 1863 January 1st
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1. A Wise Man should never resolve upon any thing, at least never let the World know his Resolution, for if he cannot arrive at that, he is asham’d….
2. Never tell your Resolution before hand; but when the Cast is thrown, Play it as well as you can to win the Game you are at.
~John Selden (1584–1654), “Wisedom,” Table-talk, published posthumously, 1689  [There is a quote going around, “Never tell your resolution beforehand, or it’s twice as onerous a duty,” but I find it not in Selden’s works, nor any other’s. It appears to be an anonymous and recent repurposing of Selden’s quotation. —tεᖇᖇ¡·g]

When then is lost, as time is by,
we look upon the yearly wine
to see our substance in the lees.
Did tribe and purse most pleasing leave?
To look for clear and faithful sense,
that gives a bodied stance bouquet,
then see the vat at mirror’s face
and find in it, the yearly pace.
~E. Marshall, “Vintner Epilogue (Happy Old Year),” 2008

Many years ago I resolved never to bother with New Year’s resolutions, and I’ve stuck with it ever since. ~David J. Beard (1947–2016), tweet, 2009 December 31st

I am fading from you,
But one draweth near,
Called the Angel-guardian
Of the coming year.
If my gifts and graces
Coldly you forget,
Let the New Year’s Angel
Bless and crown them yet…
May you hold this Angel
Dearer than the last,—
So, I bless his Future,
While he crowns my Past.
~Adelaide A. Procter (1825–1864), “The Old Year’s Blessing,” A Chaplet of Verses, 1862  [Procter, a philanthropist, published her book of poems for the benefit of The Providence Row Night Refuge for Homeless Women and Children. —tεᖇᖇ¡·g] Pictures for 2017 New Year latest photos pic comming year