Love Poems and Quotes
We love being in love. And truly, there's nothing quite like it, so the collection below celebrates the feeling of being in love.
One is never too old for romance.
Love is begot by fancy, bred
By ignorance, by expectation fed,
Destroyed by knowledge, and at best
Lost in the moment 'tis possessed.
But the loveliest things of beauty God has ever showed to me,
Are her voice, and her hair, and eyes, and the dear red curve of her lips.
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Show me thy feet, show me thy legs, thy thighs,
Show me those fleshy principalities;
Show me that hill where smiling love doth sit,
Having a living fountain under it;
Show me thy waist, then let me there withal,
By the ascenscion of thy lawn, see all.
I'd call it love if love
didn't take so many years
but lust too is a jewel
a sweet flower . . .
Notoriously, women tolerate qualities in a lover—moodiness,
selfishness, unreliability, brutality—that they would never countenance
in a husband, in return for excitement, an infusion of intense feeling.
Without love our life is . . . a ship without a rudder . . . like a body without a soul.
Sweet lips . . .
Men touch them, and change in a trice
The lilies and languors of virtue
For the roses and rapture of vice.
wears thin after a while and beauty fades, but to married to a man who
makes you laugh every day, ah, now that's a real treat.