The sight of all these happy lovers
only made the Prince grieve the more, and he wandered along the seashore spending his days; but one day he was sitting on a rock bewailing his fate, and the impossibility of leaving the island, when all in a moment the sea appeared to raise itself nearly to the skies, and the caves echoed with hideous screams.
It happened one day that, like sister and brother, the lovers
There, in a secluded bower, the two lovers
whispered their hopes and plans, unmindful of the royal charge playing neglected among the flowers and shrubbery of the garden.
And may we not say of the philosopher that he is a lover
, not of a part of wisdom only, but of the whole?
delight in endearments, in avowals of love, in comparisons of their regards.
And this recognition is, I suppose, that sympathy which hath been so often noted in lovers
, and which will sufficiently account for her being so much quicker-sighted than her father.
I do not enter into the details of why a woman wants to see her lover
By some papers of her father which fell into her hands she heard of the exile of her lover
and learnt the name of the spot where he then resided.
But when I think of my wild young lovers
, princes, mad with the madness of youth
After making the tour of the yard, Little Dorrit's lover
with a hurried heart went up-stairs, and knocked with his knuckles at the Father's door.
She is always attended by a lover
or two, and she keeps a little list of her lovers
, and she is always booking a new lover
, or striking out an old lover
, or putting a lover
in her black list, or promoting a lover
to her blue list, or adding up her lovers
, or otherwise posting her book.
But--but I had never thought of your being my lover