Apple Lovers Famous Quotes & Sayings

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4 Apple Lovers Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Apple Lovers Sayings By Jay Leeming: Apple"Sometimes when eating an apple I bite too far and open the little room the Apple"

Sometimes when eating an apple
I bite too far
and open the little room
the lovers have prepared,
and the seeds fall out
onto the kitchen floor
and I see
that they are tear-shaped. — Jay Leeming
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Apple Lovers Sayings By Andrzej Sapkowski: You also ought to know that mandrake is a powerful aphrodisiac and is used in You also ought to know that mandrake is a powerful aphrodisiac and is used in love magic, particularly to break down female resistance. That's the explanation of mandrake's folk name: love apple. It's a herb used to pander lovers.' 'Blockhead,' Milva commented. 'And — Andrzej Sapkowski
Apple Lovers Sayings By David B. Lentz: After vindictive winter, apple blossoms seem all the more heaven-sent.Among flashing forsythia and budding rose, After vindictive winter, apple blossoms seem all the more heaven-sent.
Among flashing forsythia and budding rose, dogwood and daffodil,
The allure of magnolia, azalea and wisteria to lovers' dreams are lent.
Resolve is recompense as seedtime's blush dispenses with the chill,
How sweet-scented is New England now as winter tempests are through.
My darling girl, the divinest bloom in cherry blossom time just happens to be you. — David B. Lentz
Apple Lovers Sayings By W.B.Yeats: Edain came out of Midhir's hill, and layBeside young Aengus in his tower of glass,Where Edain came out of Midhir's hill, and lay
Beside young Aengus in his tower of glass,
Where time is drowned in odour-laden winds
And Druid moons, and murmuring of boughs,
And sleepy boughs, and boughs where apples made
Of opal and ruhy and pale chrysolite
Awake unsleeping fires; and wove seven strings,
Sweet with all music, out of his long hair,
Because her hands had been made wild by love.
When Midhir's wife had changed her to a fly,
He made a harp with Druid apple-wood
That she among her winds might know he wept;
And from that hour he has watched over none
But faithful lovers. — W.B.Yeats