Giorno Giovanna

Giorno Giovanna

Rules in Love

  • Marriage is not an excuse for not loving.
  • One who is jealous cannot love.
  • No one can be bound by a double love.
  • Love is always increasing or decreasing.
  • That which a lover takes against the will of ones beloved has no relish.
  • No one should be deprived of love without the very best of reasons.
  • No one can love unless one is propelled by the persuasion of love.
  • Love is always a stranger in the home of avarice.
  • A true lover does not desire to embrace in love with anyone except ones beloved.
  • When made public, love rarely endures.
  • The easy attainment of love makes it of little value; difficulty of attainment makes it prized.
  • Every lover regularly turns pale in the presence of ones beloved.
  • When a lover suddenly catches sight of ones beloved, ones heart palpitates.
  • A new love puts an old one to flight.
  • Anyone is worthy of love who has temperance.
  • If love diminishes, it quickly fails and rarely revives.
  • Someone in love is always apprehensive.
  • Every act of a lover ends in the thought of ones beloved.
  • A true lover considers nothing good except what one thinks will please ones beloved.
  • Love can deny nothing to love.
  • A lover can never have enough of the solaces of ones beloved.
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