Love

«This is how you will remember that you are mine. Every painful touch, every»

Prashant Chopra


«We must not be so ready to fancy ourselves intentionally injured. We must not expect a lively young man to be always so guarded and circumspect. It is very often nothing but our own vanity that deceives us. Women fancy admiration means more than it does.»

Jane Austen


«If you want to dance the dance then you better learn the steps, the world has enough pretenders. If you want to practice sex then you better find a partner, and to love you must surrender.»

Carroll Bryant


«Standing naked on the beach with all of my secrets between my legs, I look out into the water and up deep into the stars. I beg the sparkling lanterns of light to cure me of myself…»

Jennifer Elisabeth


«When you do what you love, the seemingly impossible becomes simply challenging, the laborious becomes purposeful resistance, the difficult loses its edge and is trampled by your progress.»

Steve Maraboli


«Take it from me: love has all the lasting permanence of a rainbow-beautiful while it's there, and just as likely to have disappeared by the time you blink.»

Jodi Picoult


«Time doesn't always heal all wounds.»

A.J. Darkholme


«Love every one as you love your little daughter and son, because everybody is somebody's daughter and son.»

Debasish Mridha


«Mom always said too much chocolate is like having too much love—you can't get enough-Geraldine Solon, Chocolicious»

Geraldine Solon


«A love affair with knowledge will never end in heartbreak.»

Michael Marino


«I have an old hat which is not worth three francs, I have a coat which lacks buttons in front, my shirt is all ragged, my elbows are torn, my boots let in the water; for the last six weeks I have not thought about it, and I have not told you about it. You only see me at night, and you give me your love; if you were to see me in the daytime, you would give me a sou!»

Victor Hugo


«Tonight I want to stand on the side of a cliff and look down, dare the wind to gust and knock me off. Everyone thinks that falling to your death is the worst thing that can happen. But that’s a lie. The worst thing is to be alive for no reason.»

Tammara Webber


«LOVE IS NOT MADE UP OF OPITION»

Ralph Ramovha


«So then I thought, I'd like you to have something to remember me by, you know, if you ever meet some veela when you're off doing whatever you're doing.'»

J.K. Rowling


«Love’s language starts, stops, starts;»

Carol Ann Duffy


«To enjoy a flower see her with your heart, understand her hopes and desires, feel her softness and kindness, know her love and happiness, and then see her beauties.»

Debasish Mridha


«When the devout religion of mine eye»

William Shakespeare


«The only thing that can stop pain is love.»

Mark A. Sheppard


«I saw on his face a glimpse of his past. The damage, the unhappiness and the pain, and I wondered what kind of skeletons he has been hiding and for how long. It’s one of those mutual attraction moments that are unexplainable, but as real as anything you’ve ever seen. Almost like my soul knows his soul.»

Cyma Rizwaan Khan


«Why send roses? Wouldn’t it be more romantic to deliver a dozen orgasms? For only $19.95, I’ll deliver them to your woman any day of the year. But be sure to book early for Valentine’s Day.»

Jarod Kintz


«Y-naga: "That's the thing... It's like trying to find a guy who's a kid at heart but still a responsible adult, so he can be counted on when I find myself in a pinch, somebody who's a little wild at times but normally lets me have my way even when I'm being selfish and just says, "well, if you insist," a guy who's not too full of himself but understands what clothes suit his body type best..."»

Fumi Yoshinaga


«Never treat somebody's cleverness as his life's smartness. Cleverness is to hide the weakness and the smartness is to project the strength of his weakness.»

Anuj Somany


«What kind of songs do you like? she asked.»

Faraaz Kazi


«I thought I was in love, but it was only a head cold." (Humans)»

Robert Emmett


«Les mots trompent, puisque celui de plaisir couvre des réalités contradictoires, comporte à la fois les notions de tiédeur, de douceur, d'intimité des corps, et celles de violence, d'agonie et de cri. La petite phrase obscène de Poseidonius sur le frottement de deux parcelles de chair [...] ne définit pas plus le phénomène de l'amour que la corde touchée du doigt ne rend compte du miracle des sons.»

Marguerite Yourcenar


«Work to become whole enough to love and to be loved.»

Bryant McGill


«Her lips found his and a stab of exquisite desire shot through him. This is what he's been waiting for all this time. Not a stolen embrace. A gift, freely given. One that he would keep forever in some small part of his soul.»

Courtney Milan


«Joy does not come from receiving, but it always fills your heart when you are giving.»

Debasish Mridha


«Outline of your frame»

Saiber


«Remember, someone, somewhere in some corner of this somewhat big world, is out there crying if you’re unhappy and is happy if you are! And you know who that someone is!»

Faraaz Kazi