Types Of Love

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  • Types Of Love
    • Unrequited Love
      • Yet by heaven I think my love is rare, as any she belied with false compare.- Shakespeare, Sonnet 130.
      • Commend me to my kind Lord, oh farewell.- Othello.
      • Stole my heart away complete.- John Clare, First Love.
      • I only have eyes for you.- A Thousand Splendid Suns.
    • Forbidden Love
      • I should have married you when I got the chance.- A Thousand Splendid Suns.
      • Those lovers scorn who doth love possess.- Sir Philip Sydney.
      • Why might I not marry? I have not gone about this to create any new world or custom. - The Duchess Of Malfi.
      • Eventhough it be, you love not me?- Thomas Hardy, A Broken Appointment.
    • Platonic Love
      • If I do vow a frienship, I'll perform it to the last article.- Shakespeare, Othello.
      • They didn't make a show of friendship.- A Thousand Splendid Suns
    • Lustful Love
      • Girls never marry the men they flirt with.- The Importance of Being Earnest.
      • Ramesh, he's called.- Bed Among The Lentils.
      • One shade the more, one ray the less.- Lord Byron, She Walks In Beauty.
      • All that night his body yearned for Alec's.- Maurice
    • Loss of Love
      • When we two parted in silence and tears, half broken hearted to sever for years.- Lord Byron
      • When its gone you'll know what a gift love was. So go back and fight to keep it.-Enduring Love, Ian McEwan
      • Left no friendly drop.- Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet.
      • I Thought love would last forver: I was wrong.- WH Auden.
      • I loved someone once.- A Streetcar Named Desire.
    • Forced Love
      • It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife.- Pride and Prejudice
      • I cannot imagine that her Lady ship would at all disapprove of you.- Pride and Prejudice.
      • It will be such a trumph to be married before Sophy and Georgiana.- Jane Austen, Three Sisters.
      • My heart has made its mind up and I'm afraid its you.- Wendy Cope, Valentine.
      • A suitor. He's been looking for a wife but hasn't found anyone suitable.- A Thousand Splendid Suns.
    • Destructive Love
      • Beware my Lord of jealousy, it is the green eyed monster!- Shakespeare, Othello.
      • When I was one-and-twenty I heard a wise man say, 'give crowns and pounds and guineas but not your heart away'.- AE Housman, When I Was One-and-Twenty.
      • My heart has left its dwelling place and can return no more.- John Clare
      • He opened her mouth and poured a handful of pebbles into it, 'CHEW' he bellowed.- A Thousand Splendid Suns.
    • Male Dominance in Love
      • A man's accusing finger always finds a woman.- A Thousand Splendid Suns.
      • She is mine and I may dispose of her.- Shakespeare, AMSND


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