The glitter of his showy attire took her fancy, his ballads bewitched her (for he gave away twenty copies of every one he made), the tales of his exploits which he told about himself came to her ears; and in short, as the devil no doubt had arranged it, she fell in love with him before the presumption of making love to her had suggested itself to him; and as in love-affairs none are more easily brought to an issue than those which have the inclination of the lady for an ally, Leandra and Vicente came to an understanding without any difficulty; and before any of her numerous suitors had any suspicion of her design, she had already carried it into effect, having left the house of her dearly beloved father (for mother she had none), and disappeared from the village with the soldier, who came more triumphantly out of this enterprise than out of any of the large number he laid claim to.
Jonathan asks me to send his 'respectful duty,' but I do not think that is good enough from the junior partner of the important firm Hawkins & Harker; and so, as you love me, and he loves me, and I love you with all the moods and tenses of the verb, I send you simply his 'love' instead.
Hippolyta, I woo'd thee with my sword, And won thy love, doing thee ----.
She would marry, and would have new claimants on her tenderness; and in doing it, would never know the love for her that had grown up in my heart.
People expressed their love for the three brothers by naming them "The Rare Three-Leafed Clover from Randrup."
He must then go home and rest, sleep much and eat much, that he may be recruited of what he has so given to his love.
She was permitted to express herself at length on religious themes and showed so very great a love of saints and religious secrets that it was impossible to doubt that a glowing sensuality must be concealed underneath this religious ash.
I've lost my love, and I care not.
I feel great love for you."
I thought to myself that she might not, perhaps, be really dead; that she might only have feigned death for the purpose of bringing me to her castle, and then declaring her love.
Whoever wants to succeed with women, as Madame de Rieux says, “must bring their self-love into play.”
Of how too they had driven him mad with a poisonous drink which took away his judgment, unchained all the evil in his heart, and caused him by its baneful influence to shrink unnaturally from her whose love he still desired.
The tragedy in her life had not killed her love of pleasure, although the result of it, as regards Hector Woodridge, had caused her much pain.
She returned my love a hundred-fold, and it was in vain that the young patricians and even the Ancients of the Council of Ten made her the most magnificent proposals.
Faith, honour, virtue, all good things forbid, That I should go from her, who sets my love Above the price of kingdoms!
May thy grandest adventures Discomfitures prove, May thy joys be all dreams, And forgotten thy love.
I love my love with an E, because she’s enticing; I hate her with an E, because she’s engaged.
62:004:009 In this was manifested the love of God toward us, because that God sent his only begotten Son into the world, that we might live through him.
In the forefront of the dream content the main scene appears as if a woman wished to make advances to me; in the dream idea the chief interest rests on the desire to enjoy disinterested love which shall "cost nothing"; this idea lies at the back of the talk about the beautiful eyes and the far-fetched allusion to "spinach."
Yet, I will not ask thee to lay bare the secrets of a woman who has offered thee her love.