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He is not a lover who does not love for ever.
      - Euripides, Troades (1,051)

Love is the master-key that opens every ward of the heart of man.
      - James Harrington Evans

False love is only blinder.
      - George Farquhar

All right. I may have lied to you and about you, and
  made a few pronouncements a bit too sweeping,
    perhaps, and possibly forgotten to tag the bases
      here or there,
        And damned your extravagance, and maligned your
          tastes, and libeled your relatives, and slandered a
            few of your friends,
                Nevertheless, come back.
      - Kenneth Fearing,
        Love 20 cents the First Quarter Mile

However dull a woman may be, she will understand all there is in love; however intelligent a man may be, he will never know but half of it.
      - Madame Fee

Wedded love is founded on esteem.
      - Elijah Fenton, Mariamne

Providence has so ordained it, that only two women have a true interest in the happiness of a man--his own mother, and the mother of his children. Besides these two legitimate kinds of love, there is nothing between the two creatures except vain excitement, painful and vain delusion.
      - Octave Feuillet

Beauty may be the object of liking--great qualities of admiration--good ones of esteem--but love only is the object of love.
      - Henry Fielding

Love may be likened to a disease in this respect, that when it is denied a vent in one part, it will certainly break out in another; hence what a woman's lips often conceal, her eyes, her blushes, and many little involuntary actions betray.
      - Henry Fielding

Love is the tyrant of the heart; it darkens
  Reason, confounds discretion; deaf to Counsel
    It runs a headlong course to desperate madness.
      - John Ford, The Lover's Melancholy
         (act iii, sc. 3, l. 105)

I love thee not, Nell
  But why I can't tell.
      - Thomas Forde (Ford), Virtus Rediviva,
        a paraphrase of Martial

Love well, whip well.
      - Benjamin Franklin

If you would be loved, love and be lovable.
      - Benjamin Franklin, Poor Richard

How bold one gets when one is sure of being loved.
      - Sigmund Freud

In love the paradox occurs that two beings become one and yet remain two.
      - Erich Fromm

Love is often nothing but a favorable exchange between two people who get the most of what they can expect, considering their value on the personality market.
      - Erich Fromm

While every human being has a capacity for love, its realization is one of the most difficult achievements.
      - Erich Fromm

To love is to admire with the heart; to admire is to love with the mind.
      - Pierre Jules Theophile Gautier

In love we are all fools alike.
      - John Gay

Love, then, hath every bliss in store;
  'Tis friendship, and 'tis something more.
    Each other every wish they give;
      Not to know love is not to live.
      - John Gay, Plutus, Cupid and Time (l. 135)

Ah! the spendthrift, love: it gives all and everything with the first sigh!
      - Comtesse de Genlis, Stephanie-Felicite du Crest de Saint-Aubin

I saw and loved.
      - Edward Gibbon, Autobiographic Memoirs
         (p. 48)

Love has the power that dispels death; charm that conquers the enemy.
      - Kahlil Gibran

Love is the only freedom in the world because it so elevates the spirit that the laws of humanity and the phenomena of nature do not alter its course.
      - Kahlil Gibran

Lovers embrace that which is between them rather than each other.
      - Kahlil Gibran

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