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Where Love's blind, God sends forth continual Arrows.
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I'll take your place, and you shall put my Cloaths on, and go meet him there, and take your fill of Loves Enjoyments, and then return again to me.
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And then she falls a weeping; which so much moves the amorous Cocks-comb, that he falls a kissing her, and giving her all the good Words that can be; cursing his Wife, and calling her all to nought; and telling his Miss that he loves none but her.
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Man is the Lord of Creatures; yet we see That all his Vassals Loves are free; The severe Wedlock-Fetters do not bind The Pard's inflam'd and Am'rous Mind, But that he may be like a Bridegroom led Ev'n to the Royal Lion's Bed.
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The Birds made for a Year their Loves Confine, But make new Choice each Valentine.
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For a young thing like that, who loves amusement, there is no pleasant occupation but vice.
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Gogol has nothing of the aloofness, nothing of the scorn of Flaubert; he himself loves the revelry and the superstitions he pictures, loves above all the people.
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The whole book is dominated by the gigantic figure of old Taras Bulba, who loves food and drink, but who would rather fight than eat.
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Turgenev surely intended originally that we should love Bazarov; as a matter of fact, nobody really loves him,* and no other character in the book loves him for long except his parents.
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The fear of a mother toward the son she loves is among the deepest tragedies of earth.
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After she has hypnotised Sanin, and taken away his allegiance to the pure girl whom he loves, "her eyes, wide and clear, almost white, expressed nothing but the ruthlessness and glutted joy of conquest.
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Dostoevski thinks he loves money, but money flees him.
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Tolstoi thinks he hates money, but money loves him, and accumulates about him.
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He loves especially the imagination of children; and he shows them as infinitely wiser than their practical parents.
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He is ready to commit incest with his sister, whose physical charm appeals to him; but she is not sufficiently emancipated for that, so he advises her to get married with a friend who loves her, before the child is born.
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Andreev has the gift of admiration, and loves to render homage where homage is due, having dedicated his first book to Gorki, and his story of "The Seven Who Were Hanged" to Tolstoi.
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He means to commit the murder to punish the man's wife because she had rejected him and married his friend, whom she loves with all the strength of her powerful nature.
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The Lord, then, hears prayer for even _five cents_ to provide for the comfort and need of those whom He loves.
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Not for love's sake; he loved her less than before she proved herself his wife in earnest.
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She loves the country, and is so fond of books; but at her age it's really a shame to live like a nun-don't you think so, Mr. Lord?
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Examples of Lofe

Example #1
Thou hadst in any thing sinn'd less than in this Devotion.
Example #2
Fly hence to Hell; there hide thy Head lower than Darkness.
Example #3
Your Spark is at my House waiting for my Return.
Example #4
And is this the requital that you make me, you impudent Strumpet?
Example #5
But if you had lov'd me best, you wou'd'nt have staid away from me so long, that you wou'd'nt; I am sure if I could have come to you, I woud'nt have staid from you so long.
Example #6
Well, Honey, if you do love me indeed, I'll be Friends with you, but let me see what you have brought me?