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My temperament, the nature of my imagination, my religious principles, which had not been eradicated, but had rather lain dormant; my turn of mind, my heart that only now began to make itself felt--everything within me led me to resolve to fill my life with the pleasures of affection, to replace a lawless love by family happiness --the truest happiness on earth.
She died happy when she saw that I loved her, and that this new love was due neither to pity nor to the ties that bound us together.
When loving with human love one may pass from love to hatred, but divine love cannot change.
When he came to himself, Natasha, that same living Natasha whom of all people he most longed to love with this new pure divine love that had been revealed to him, was kneeling before him.
old beau loves with an hysterical fervor that requires four adjectives to every noun to properly describe.
It is just at the very age when a man's character is forming that he tumbles into love, and then the lass he loves has the making or marring of him.
Oh, thou fierce tyrant of the realms of love, Oh, Jealousy
Thirdly, I will grant, which I believe will be a most acceptable concession, that this love for which I am an advocate, though it satisfies itself in a much more delicate manner, doth nevertheless seek its own satisfaction as much as the grossest of all our appetites.
The heart does not more love the heart that loves it than the brain loves the brain that comprehends it; and, whatever else was to befall us, Nicolete and I were already in love with each other's brains.
Higher than love to your neighbour is love to the furthest and future ones; higher still than love to men, is love to things and phantoms.
Only colors and lights and glows pulsed there, warm as the day and warm as his love.
In his student days he had all but been in love with the eldest, Dolly, but she was soon married to Oblonsky.
So they passed to the bed beside the discontented bee, and here upon the softest down lay the dove, whose gentle eyes looked gratefully upon the Fairy, as she knelt beside the little couch, smoothed the soft white bosom, folded her arms about it and wept sorrowing tears, while the bird still whispered its gratitude and love.
My Lord," cried the queen, "you forget that I have never said that I love you.
It was many and many a year ago, In a kingdom by the sea, That a maiden lived whom you may know By the name of ANNABEL LEE; - And this maiden she lived with no other thought Than to love and be loved by me.