Love Quotations

 

There is no remedy for love but to love more.—Journal, 25 July 1839
Till we have loved we have not imagined the heights of love. — Journal, 28 September 1843—Journal, 28 September 1843
To one we love we are related as to nature in the spring. Our dreams are mutually intelligible. We take the census, and find that there is one. — Journal, 30 April 1851—Journal, 30 April 1851
What avails it that another loves you, if he does not understand you? Such love is a curse.—A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers
What is the singing of birds, or any natural sound, compared with the voice of one we love? — Journal, 30 April 1851—Journal, 30 April 1851
When we cease to sympathize with and to be personally related to men, and begin to universally related, then we are capable of inspiring others with the sentiment of love for us.—Journal, June 1850
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