Words are hardly enough to express your feelings for somebody, at the end of it you stutter, fumble, and most times say it all wrong. Help yourself by borrowing words from the greats and say it the right way.
Love is blind, so goes the famous saying, blinding love could often be misleading, turning into directions that will make you fall, but you aren’t ready to submit to the pitfalls. The frowning brows that refuse to straighten have waited long for justice, but do you have what it takes to express your feelings of love? We will take you through famous love quotes that would help you express your feelings well.
"One hour of right down love is worth an age of dully living on." – Aphra Benn (The Rover)
Aphra Benn’s classic English play about a group of Englishmen and their adventures at a carnival cannot really be taken as a reference for love; however this particular quote should do the trick. This quote will showcase your desperation for your love interest, to share love with this person for even an hour would somehow make the rest of your morbid life worth the while.
“It was love at first sight, at last sight, at ever and ever sight” – Vladimir Nabokov (Lolita)
Hailed as one of the greatest love stories of all times, Nabokov’s Lolita could raise eye brows at first, but understanding it could help you decode the essence of love hidden in it. The quote can be called the mother of all quotes, ‘love at first sight’ is a cliché, it isn’t enough, how is your love any different from anyone else’s? Because it is love, love and only love at every sight.
“Tis better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all” – Alfred Tennyson (In Memoriam A.H.H)
Often quoted, most times deformed according to the suitability of the speaker, this quote could be your hymn of love. Love is a gamble and there are great many chances that you will lose in it, there hardly seems to be a perfect love story today. But Tennyson explains that love is such a sweet gamble that it is all right to have lost in it but it is not fine to have stayed away from it. You should make your love interest understand that though you know how things may fall apart it is far better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all.
“Each time you happen to me all over again” – Edith Wharton (The Age of Innocence)
If you wish to smitten your lover then this is it, how else could one describe that feeling of fresh love coming around again and again. Edith Wharton’s 1920 classic, The Age of Innocence which won the Pulitzer in 1921 has the answer to your loss for words. Simple in tone, no complications, no intended hidden meaning; this quote is plain and right on the face.
“I have waited for this opportunity for more than half a century, to repeat to you once again my vow of eternal fidelity and everlasting love." – Gabriel Garcia Marquez (Love in the Time of Cholera)
A very popular novel, this quote is for you to reassure your lover your vows of love at the right time; you do not have to say much as this quote would be doing most of the job for you. A classic love struck expression with this quote should go well.
Most people spend their lifetimes trying to look for the right words, even if they know what it is they want to say it just doesn’t seem to come out right. Expressing love could be a Herculean task, but now that great authors have come to your rescue you should just go and profess your love.
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