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Passion. In some case it comes upon us suddenly and with overwhelming intensity. In others it builds slowly over a number of years, creeping almost unnoticed into our hearts and souls until it becomes too powerful to ignore. We rarely know what specific traits in another person inspire it. It is not quantifiable. It is beyond words. It defies all rational explanation. And yet, we know it is there.

We are driven by the burning desire we feel as we gaze longingly at our lover, tracing the outline of their face and body as we desperately try to commit to memory each curve and blemish, everything that makes our beloved unique. We belong to each other. Our hearts beat hungrily, conscious only of the power of our passion.

Passion engages all of our senses and sensibilities. While lasting relationships are built on love and friendship, its passion that we strive to capture and recreate. It is the thrill of the chase, the excitement of a first kiss, and a rapture of love the most intense sensation in our extensive emotional repertoire.

No matter how hard we try, we are unable to sufficiently express the passion we fell for another.

We try desperately to put our feelings into words, but each attempt seems simple and weak, a mere shadow of our true feelings. Every experience is enriched by our passion, and our lives are changed forever.

Our passion is a delicious torment simultaneously wonderful and terrifying. Why do we love so strongly? We may never know, but we would never want it any other way.



First sight



Never underestimate the power of passion.

Eve Sawyer (b.1922)

American journalist



A thousand emotions have swept through me tonight. I dont comprehend half of them I wonder if any night on earth will ever again be like this one. It is like a night in a dream.



Kate Chopin (1851-1904)

American writer



I couldnt have imagined, before, how loving him would change everything. Even inanimate things, chairs and tables, ugly city corners, take a kind of importance. As if they are painted with a layer of fresh light, different colors. Every dull detail takes on a new significance, just because he exists.

Rosie Thomas (b. 1947)

English writer



Passion makes every detail important; there is no realism like the insatiable realism of love.



G.K. Chesterton (1874-1936)

English journalist and writer











That energy of observing is marvelous. When you desire someone so much, and shes right there in front of you, theres something very special about not touching, and just letting the light caress her.



Bert Stern

American photographer



What a heavenly morning! All the bells are ringing; the sky is so golden and blue and clear and before me lies your letter. I send you my first kiss, beloved.



Robert Schumann (1810-1856)

German composer



Today a new sun rises for me; everything lives, everything is animated, everything seems to speak to me of my passion, everything invites me to cherish it



Anne (Ninon) de Lenclos (1720-1765)

French courtesan



She kept remembering that long-ago fall day she opened her apartment door and saw him standing there for the first time. At that precise moment so it seemed now in the remembering she had taken her heart out and given to him.



Judith Henry Wall (b.1940)

American writer



When I met a girl and Im really deeply attracted to her, I go out of my mind. Its overpowering, just like someone is reaching in and grabbing hold of my heart



Woody Harrelson (b. 1961)

American actor



It was only their third date but it was like they had never lived without each other.



David Baldacci

American writer



The two were obviously amorous, still overcome by that first thrill of love, the amazing news that in the flight of life, solo thus far, there might be a co-pilot.



Scott Turow (b. 1949)

American writer



Oh, now you are mine! At last you are mine! Soon in a few months, perhaps, my angel will sleep in my arms, will awaken in my arms, will live there. All your thoughts at all moments, all your looks will be for me; all my thoughts, all my moments, all my looks, will be for you!..



Victor Hugo (1802-1885)

French writer and poet







Tell me, what did you love most about Louis?

His face lightening up to see me, it was as if someone had turned on a switch



Maeve Binchy (b. 1940)

Irish writer



I recall what initially attracted us to each other the way our ideas grew in logic or hilarity or passion the more we talked.



Amy Tan (b. 1952)

American writer



I love you with my whole heart and I want you, and I am full of happy happy allegiance. I want our lives to be one roof, one pillow, one kiss, one life-work-of-song, one glory, one sadness, one mutual loving and praying.

Vachel Lindsay (1879-1931)

American poet



Of all the whispers that he yet had heard, that one was the most charged, colored with all the shades of longing. He looked at her kindling eyes and knew he had wanted so much to connect

With, even though he didnt know her at all. He leaned down just as she titled her face up, and they kissed.

Nina Kiriki Hoffman

American writer



Swept away



Passion will not be commanded. It commands us

Jeannette Winterson (b. 1959)

English writer



Love is not a decision your brain makes. Its a feeling you know somewhere else and your brain catches up. But love challenges you in areas you need to be challenged in. It rests somewhere in not knowing whats going to happen. Not predicting. Thats what I love.



Meg Ryan (b. 1962)

American actress



Oh love!.. Whos to say what it is? Its like the verb for hope and wait. It has no single meaning.



Harriet Doerr (b.1910)

American writer



When one does not love too much one does not love enough.



Blaise Pascal (1623-1662)

French scientist and philosopher



Where love is concerned, too much is not even enough.



Pierre-Augustin caron de Beaumarchais

(1732-1799)

French playwright



Love is like a fever; it comes and goes without the will having any part in the process.



Stendahl (1782-1842)

French writer



Our passions play the tyrant in out breasts.



Persius [Aulis persius Flaccus] (34-62)

Roman writer



and here he was, her arms warm around him, her mind snuggled besides his, her scent wild and enticing and familiar. The last guardian of his heart put down its shield



Nina Kiriki Hoffman

American writer



Love is not thinking about it; it is doing it. It is loving.



Eric Butterworth

American minister



being in love brings out both the best and the worst in us. One day we are generous and sensitive to a fault, and the next were not fit to shoot. Our life becomes lessons in extremes.



Patricia D. Cornwell (b. 1956)

American writer



love? Its just a word. Why does it have such power?



Susan Trott (b. 1937)

American writer



When you feel love, you expose more.

Laura Dern (b.1966)

American actress



O, God! For two days, I have been asking myself every moment if such happiness is not a dream. It seems to me that what I feel is not of earth. I cannot yet comprehend this cloudless heaven.



Victor Hugo (1802-1885)

French writer and poet



Passion never reasons.



Comtesse Du Barry (1746-1793)

French countess









Burning hearts



Passion is volatile, molten, ever ready to erupt and spill.



Michael Dorris (1945-1997)

and Louise Erdrich (b.1954)

American writers



All the danger, all the tension had been converted into this mute longing. I could feel the lick of it along my legs, seeping through my clothes The heat seemed to arc through the space between us like a primitive experiment, born of night I knew that what I saw in him was a strange reflection of myself.

Sue Grafton (b. 1940)

American writer



Thou art to me a delicious torment.

Ralph Aldo Emerson (1803-1882)

American writer



Having felt it with her own body, she knew a look could start a fire.



Laura Esquivel (b. 1950)

Mexican writer



lover is defined as someone you yearn for.

Erica Jong (b. 1942)

American writer and poet



Through snow and frost a flower gleams. As my love does through ice and the evil weather of life. Perhaps I shall come today I believe that I love you more than yesterday. But that belief grows with every single day.



Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

(1749-1832)

German poet



Our bodies burned when we were together. I do not have any other way of saying it. I think it happens but once and only to the very young when it feels like your skin could ignite at the mere touch of another person You get to love like that but once.



Pat Conroy (b. 1945)

American writer



Love is trembling happiness.

Kahlil Gibran (1883-1931)

Lebanese writer and poet



My heart overflows with emotion and joy! All this can only be, is surely nothing less than a gentle ray streaming from your fiery soul, or else some secret poignant teardrop which you have long since left in my breast.



Franz Liszt (1811-1886)

Hungarian pianist and composer



I didnt understand. I didnt understand about love before now. Oh, its such torture. Such joy!



Rachel Billington (b. 1942)

English writer





I wanted to kiss this woman so bad, I wondered how I could stay alive without it.



Richard Cohen (b. 1952)

American writer



in that moment I loved so much I felt my insides split apart, pouring out this kind of light that made hard to breath and what I couldnt understand why it had to hurt so much and feel so sad to love someone that way.

David Payne (b. 1951)

American writer



we are born to love those who wound us.

Lawrence Durrel (1912-1990)

English writer



You pierce my soul. I am half agony, half hope. Tell me not that I am too late, that such precious feelings are gone forever. I offer myself to you again with a heart even more your own I have loved none but you.

Jane Austin (1775-1817)

English writer



Overwhelming desire



Desire is an odd thing; the closer one comes to its attainment, the stronger it grows.



Sandy Sonnenfield

American writer



love makes more love. To love, to love anything or anybody is to start some kind of engine that makes more.

Anne Rivers Siddons (b. 1936)

American writer



Why was this profound?

Better than philosophy or medicine. Why are we made to probe beneath the skin so far?



Martin Cruz Smith (b. 1942)

American writer



I love you ever and ever and without reserve. The more I have known you the more I have loved.



John Keats (1795-1821)

English poet



Do not say, Which loved? Which was beloved? Who most enjoyed? Only find me and touch my blood again. Find me.

Muriel Rukeyser (1913-1980)

American poet









Theres no grief, no sorrow, no despair, No languor, no dejection, no dismay, no absence can there be, for those who love as we do.

William Wordsworth (1770-1850)

English poet



When they kissed, it seemed to Annie she was coming home. That somehow she had always known the taste and feel of him.

Nicholas Evans (b. 1950)

English writer



How I long to give myself up in ecstasy to your sweet breath and to those kisses from your lips which fill me with delight!

Juliette Drouet (1806-1883)

French letter writer



All at once we both leap, like wolf mates reunited, searching for that which identifies us belonging to each other: the scent of our skin, the taste of our tongues, the smoothness of our hair the slopes and creases we know so well yet feel so new. He is tender and I am wild, nuzzling and nipping, both of us tumbling until we lose all memory of who we were before this moment, because at this moment we are the same.

Amy Tan (b. 1952)

American writer



I have seen only you, I have admired only you, I desire only you.



Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821)

French emperor





When I see her, then I am well. If she opens her eyes, my body is young again; if she speaks, then I am strong again

Ancient Egyptian poem





They held on to each other as if love were an offering they alone had discovered, infinite in possibilities.

Jo-Ann Mapson

American writer



But my heart beats through my entire body and is conscious only of you. I belong to you: there is really no other way of expressing it, and that is not strong enough.



Franz Kafka

Austrian writer



I have wept for joy to think that you are mine, and often wonder whether I deserve you What would I not do to love you!

Robert Schumann (1810-1856)

German composer







Nobody has ever measured, even poet, how much a heart can hold.



Zelda Fitzgerald (1900-1948)

American writer and adventurer



If you only knew how much I love you, how essential you are to my life, you would not dare to stay away for an instant, you would always remain by my side, your heart pressed close to my heart, your soul to my soul.

Jouliette Drouet (1806-1883)

French letter writer



life without passion is nothing more than a broken promise.



Barbara Raskin (b. 1935)

American writer



My love for you was never so strong as now, and I never was so little ashamed at any aspect of it; for I have now shown it to you in every light and you not only pardon my passion but love me the better for it.

Frank Lillie

American professor



We are minor in everything but our passion.

Elizabeth Bowen (1899-1973)

Irish writer



Everlasting Love



The pleasure of love is to love, and one is happier in the passions one feels than in the passion one inspires.



La Rochefoucauld (1613-1680)

French writer



We were lost, but in that lostness I was not afraid and not alone. That was loving someone



David Payne (b. 1951)

American writer



Passion is what you need to be good, an unforgiving passion.

David Easton (b. 1917)

Canadian educator



I am never away from you. Even now, I shall not leave you. In another world, I shall still be the one who loves you, loves you beyond measure, beyond



Edmond Rostand (1868-1918)

French playwright









First prize is finding someone to be passionately in love with you for a lifetime.



Judith Henry Wall (b. 1940)

American writer



In this world love has no color yet how deeply my body is stained by yours.



Izumi Shikubu (947-1034)

Japanese poet



Two is a good number

Carol Shields (b. 1953)

American writer



We fit each other. We dont have to explain or argue. We make music together. It isnt always like that for everybody. We are the lucky ones.

Morris West (b. 1916)

Australian writer





Are we not formed, as notes of music are, for one another, though dissimilar?



Persy Bysshe Shelley (1792-1822)

English poet



I gave thee what could not be heard, what had not been given before; the beat of my heart I gave

Edith M. Thomas (1854-1925)

American poet



The little conversations that break up our thoughts keep us sane and make us feel loved. I wish I could tell her everything, take her into my heart and mind.



Clifford Irving (b. 1942)

American writer



What is passion? It is surely the becoming of a person.



John Boorman (b. 1953)

English film director



The more passions and desires one has, the more ways one has to be happy.



Charlotte-Catherine

17th-century princess of Monaco



love need no reciprocity, it contains within itself both the challenge and the response; it answers it own prayer.

Milan Kundera (b. 1929)

Czech writer and poet





Love may be your glimpse of transcendence.

Florida Scott Maxwell (1883-1978)

English psychologist


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