Love Sayings Love Quotes Love Proverbs

Let me not to the marriage of true minds
Admit impediments: love is not love
Which alters when it alteration finds.

William Shakespeare

The reduction of the universe to a single being,
the expansion of a single being even to G-d, this is love.

Victor Hugo

Life's greatest happiness is to be convinced we are loved.

Victor Hugo, Les Miserables

Love cannot be measured in how long it has been
but how much you spend a day with the one you love.

Ross Iztech

Friendship is certainly the finest balm for the pangs of disappointed love.

Jane Austen

Friendship is inexplicable,
it should not be explained if one doesn't want to kill it.

Max Jacob

Romantic look black white

Romantic look black white

It is love alone that gives worth to all things.

Santa Teresa de Jesus

Love, you are eternal like springtime.

Juan Ramon Jiminez

The most powerful symptom of love is a tenderness
which becomes at times almost insupportable.

Victor Hugo

Neither a lofty degree of intelligence nor imagination
nor both together go to the making of genius.
Love, love, love, that is the soul of genius.


Love is an exploding cigar we willingly smoke.

Lynda Barry

And the trouble is if you don't risk anything, you risk even more.

Erica Jong

Love is everything

Love is everything

A thing of beauty is a joy forever:
Its loveliness increases;
it will never pass into nothingness.

John Keats

Love is the master key that opens the gates of happiness.

Oliver Wendell Holmes

As selfishness and complaint pervert and cloud the mind,
so love with its joy clears and sharpens the vision.

Helen Keller

Love is a mutual self-giving which ends in self-recovery.

Fulton J. Sheen

For every beauty there is an eye somewhere to see it.
For every truth there is an ear somewhere to hear it.
For every love there is a heart somewhere to receive it.

Ivan Panin

Seduce my mind and you can have my body.
Find my soul and I'm yours forever.


Love is the word used to label the sexual excitement of the young,
the habituation of the middle-aged, and the mutual dependence of the old.

John Ciardi


Pierre Khalbourji

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