Dread Love Famous Quotes & Sayings

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Pinterest Share on Linkedin

99 Dread Love Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Dread Love Sayings By Rollo May: For death is always in the shadow of the delight of love. In faint adumbration For death is always in the shadow of the delight of love. In faint adumbration there is present the dread, haunting question, Will this new relationship destroy us? ... The world is annihilated; how can we know whether it will ever be built up again? We give, and give up, our own center; how shall we know that we will get it back? ...
This ... has something in common with the ecstasy of the mystic in his union with God: just as he can never be //sure// God is there, so love carries us to that intensity of consciousness in which we no longer have any guarantee of security. — Rollo May
More Pictures »
Dread Love Sayings By Marianne Williamson: It's the beginning of your day. You awake and look around you, feeling perhaps a It's the beginning of your day. You awake and look around you, feeling perhaps a joyful expectation, or perhaps an awful dread. No matter which, remember this: God loves you with an infinite love. — Marianne Williamson
More Pictures »
Dread Love Sayings By Sarah Kane: I dread the loss of her I've never touched love keeps me a slave in I dread the loss of her I've never touched
love keeps me a slave in a cage of tears
I gnaw my tongue with which to her I can never speak
I miss a woman who was never born
I kiss a woman across the years that say we shall never meet
Everything passes
Everything perishes
Everything palls
my thought walks away with a killing smile
leaving discordant anxiety
which roars in my soul
No hope No hope No hope No hope No hope No hope No hope — Sarah Kane
More Pictures »
Dread Love Sayings By Barbara Kingsolver: With these startling honesties glinting up at us from history's broken mirror, it strikes me With these startling honesties glinting up at us from history's broken mirror, it strikes me that this is worth shouting from the rooftops: We could be wrong this time, again. The enemy may not be exactly what we think. It may be a force that resides in many quarters, including inside our skin, in our very words, the questions we frame, the things we love most, the things we can't live without. Our greatest dread may be our salvation. — Barbara Kingsolver
More Pictures »
Dread Love Sayings By Richard Rolle: Lord Jesu, I ask Thee, give unto me movement in Thy love without measure; desire Lord Jesu, I ask Thee, give unto me movement in Thy love without measure; desire without limit; longing without order; burning without discretion. Truly the better the love of Thee is, the greedier it is; for neither by reason is it restrained, nor by dread thronged, nor by doom tempted. — Richard Rolle
More Pictures »
Dread Love Sayings By Simon Armitage: And wonder, dread and war have lingered in that land where loss and love in And wonder, dread and war have lingered in that land where loss and love in turn have held the upper hand. — Simon Armitage
More Pictures »
Dread Love Sayings By Niccolo Machiavelli: It is much safer to be feared than loved because ... love is preserved by It is much safer to be feared than loved because ... love is preserved by the link of obligation which, owing to the baseness of men, is broken at every opportunity for their advantage; but fear preserves you by a dread of punishment which never fails. — Niccolo Machiavelli
More Pictures »
Dread Love Sayings By Edmund Spenser: Not so (quoth he) love most aboundeth there.For all the walls and windows there are Not so (quoth he) love most aboundeth there.
For all the walls and windows there are writ,
All full of love, and love, and love my deare,
And all their talke and studie is of it.
Ne any there doth brave or valiant seeme,
Unlesse that some gay Mistresse badge he bears:
Ne any one himselfe doth ought esteeme,
Unlesse he swin in love up to the ears.
But they of love and of his sacred lere,
(As it should be) all otherwise devise,
Then we poore shepheards are accustomd here,
And him do sue and serve all otherwise.
For with lewd speeches and licentious deeds,
His mightie mysteries they do prophane,
And use his ydle name to other needs,
But as a complement for courting vaine.
So him they do not serve as they professe,
But make him serve to them for sordid uses,
Ah my dread Lord, that doest liege hearts possesse,
Avenge they selfe on them for their abuses. — Edmund Spenser
More Pictures »
Dread Love Sayings By Richard Rolle: If thou wilt be well with GOD, and have grace to rule thy life, and If thou wilt be well with GOD, and have grace to rule thy life, and come to the joy of love: this name JESUS, fasten it so fast in thy heart that it come never out of thy thought. And when thou speakest to Him, and through custom sayst, JESUS, it shall be in thine ear, joy; in thy mouth, honey; and in thine heart, melody: for men shall think joy to hear that name be named, sweetness to speak it, mirth and song to think it. If thou thinkest (on) JESUS continually, and holdest it firmly, it purges thy sin, and kindles thine heart; it clarifies thy soul, it removes anger and does away slowness. It wounds in love and fulfils charity. It chases the devil, and puts out dread. It opens heaven, and makes a contemplative man. Have JESUS in mind, for that puts all vices and phantoms out from the lover. — Richard Rolle
More Pictures »
Dread Love Sayings By Edward Bellamy: When you come to analyze the love of money which was the general impulse to When you come to analyze the love of money which was the general impulse to effort in your day, you find that the dread of want and desire of luxury was but one of several motives which the pursuit of money represented; the others, and with many the more influential, being desire of power, of social position, and reputation for ability and success. — Edward Bellamy
More Pictures »
Dread Love Sayings By Vance C. Kessler: You have to remember that love is not an emotion; it is a choice. Before You have to remember that love is not an emotion; it is a choice. Before God created us, He chose to love us and considered that love worth the anguish it would cause Him. Even beyond that, I think God made this choice with joy and not with dread. — Vance C. Kessler
More Pictures »
Dread Love Sayings By Charlotte Bronte: There is enough said. Trouble no quiet, kind heart; leave sunny imaginations hope. Let it There is enough said. Trouble no quiet, kind heart; leave sunny imaginations hope. Let it be theirs to conceive the delight of joy born again fresh out of great terror, the rapture of rescue from peril, the wondrous reprieve from dread, the fruition of return. Let them picture union and a happy succeeding life. — Charlotte Bronte
More Pictures »
Dread Love Sayings By Erich Fromm: How should a man caught in this net of routine not forget that he is How should a man caught in this net of routine not forget that he is a man, a unique individual, one who is given only this one chance of living, with hopes and disappointments, with sorrow and fear, with the longing for love and the dread of the nothing and of separateness? — Erich Fromm
More Pictures »
Dread Love Sayings By Robert Helpmann: Theatre remains the only thing I understand. It is in the community of theatre that Theatre remains the only thing I understand. It is in the community of theatre that I have my being. In spite of jealousies and fears, emotional conflicts and human tensions; in spite of the penalty of success and the dread of failure; in spite of tears and feverish gaiety this is the only life I know. It is the life I love. — Robert Helpmann
More Pictures »
Dread Love Sayings By Mary Shelley: A truce to philosophy! - Life is before me, and I rush into possession. Hope, A truce to philosophy! - Life is before me, and I rush into possession. Hope, glory, love, and blameless ambition are my guides, and my soul knows no dread. What has been, though sweet, is gone; the present is good only because it is about to change, and the to come is all my own. — Mary Shelley
More Pictures »
Dread Love Sayings By Leigh Bardugo: They wanted a Grisha queen. Mal wanted a commoner queen. And what did I want? They wanted a Grisha queen. Mal wanted a commoner queen. And what did I want? Peace for Ravka. A chance to sleep easy in my bed without fear. An end to the guilt and dread that I woke to every morning. There were old wants too, to be loved for who I was, not what I could do, to lie in a meadow with a boy's arms around me and watch the wind move the clouds. — Leigh Bardugo
More Pictures »
Dread Love Sayings By Guy De Maupassant: Because it is useless, and I tell them so at once. If you had confessed Because it is useless, and I tell them so at once. If you had confessed your fears to me sooner, I would have reassured you. My dear friend, a man in love is not only foolish but dangerous. I cease all intercourse with people who love me or pretend to; firstly, because they bore me, and secondly, because I look upon them with dread, as I would upon a mad dog. I know that your love is only a kind of appetite; while with me it would be a communion of souls. Now, look me in the face - " she no longer smiled. "I will never be your sweetheart; it is therefore useless for you to persist in your efforts. And now that I have explained, shall we be friends? — Guy De Maupassant
More Pictures »
Dread Love Sayings By Charlotte Bronte: Gentle reader, may you never feel what I then felt! May your eyes never shed Gentle reader, may you never feel what I then felt! May your eyes never shed such stormy, scalding, heart-wrung tears as poured from mine. May you never appeal to Heaven in prayers so hopeless and so agised as in that hour left my lips: for never may you, like me, dread to be the instrument of evil to what you wholly love. — Charlotte Bronte
More Pictures »
Dread Love Sayings By Catharine Beecher: The woman movement is one which is uniting by co-operating influences, all the antagonisms that The woman movement is one which is uniting by co-operating influences, all the antagonisms that are warring on the family state. Spiritualism, free love, free divorce, the vicious indulgences consequent on unregulated civilization, the worldliness which tempts men and women to avoid large families, often by sinful methods, thus making the ignorant masses the chief supply of the future ruling majorities; and most powerful of all, the feeble constitution and poor health of women, causing them to dread maternity as
what it is fast becoming
an accumulation of mental and bodily tortures. — Catharine Beecher
More Pictures »
Dread Love Sayings By Gregory David Roberts: At first, when we truly love someone, our greatest fear is that the loved one At first, when we truly love someone, our greatest fear is that the loved one will stop loving us. what we should fear and dread, of course, is that we wont stop loving them, even after they are dead and gone. for i still love you with the whole of my heart. i still love you. and sometimes, my friend, the love that i have and cant give to you, crushed the breast from my chest. soemtimes, even now, my heart is drowning in a sorrow that has no stars without you, and no laughter, and no sleep. — Gregory David Roberts
More Pictures »
Dread Love Sayings By Emily Ruskovich: But now, seeing these letters his father wrote to June Bailey Roe, seeing his father's But now, seeing these letters his father wrote to June Bailey Roe, seeing his father's painful devotion to someone who simply wasn't real - a daughter he never had - Wade is unable to suppress his dread. All that love, all those feelings, all that pain, fastened to nothing, a terrible, drifting chaos. His future loss of mind becomes the new premise of his life, and he feels, already, the loss of the things he loves, feels himself trying to find some other way to hold on to them. — Emily Ruskovich
More Pictures »
Dread Love Sayings By Nikos Kazantzakis: Within this arena, which grows more stable night after day, generations work and love and Within this arena, which grows more stable night after day, generations work and love and hope and vanish. New generations tread on the corpses of their fathers, continue the work above the abyss and struggle to tame the dread mystery. How? By cultivating a single field, by kissing a woman, by studying a stone, an animal, an idea. — Nikos Kazantzakis
More Pictures »
Dread Love Sayings By Ian Fleming: Love of life is born of the awareness of death, of the dread of it. Love of life is born of the awareness of death, of the dread of it. — Ian Fleming
Dread Love Sayings By Hermann Hesse: There was only greed for living and dread, and out of dread, out of stupid There was only greed for living and dread, and out of dread, out of stupid childish dread of the cold, of loneliness, of death, two people fled to one another, kissed, embraced, rubbed cheek to cheek, put leg to leg, cast new human beings into the world. That was how it was. — Hermann Hesse
Dread Love Sayings By Julian Of Norwich: Grace transforms our failings full of dread into abundant, endless comfort ... our failings full Grace transforms our failings full of dread into abundant, endless comfort ... our failings full of shame into a noble, glorious rising ... our dying full of sorrow into holy, blissful life. ... . Just as our contrariness here on earth brings us pain, shame and sorrow, so grace brings us surpassing comfort, glory, and bliss in heaven ... And that shall be a property of blessed love, that we shall know in God, which we might never have known without first experiencing woe. — Julian Of Norwich
Dread Love Sayings By Mary Shelley: Shall each man," cried he, "find a wife for his bosom, and each beast have Shall each man," cried he, "find a wife for his bosom, and each beast have his mate, and I be alone? I had feelings of affection, and they were requited by detestation and scorn. Man! You may hate, but beware! Your hours will pass in dread and misery, and soon the bolt will fall which must ravish from you your happiness forever. Are you to be happy while I grovel in the intensity of my wretchedness? You can blast my other passions, but revenge remains - revenge, henceforth dearer than light or food! I may die, but first you, my tyrant and tormentor, shall curse the sun that gazes on your misery. Beware, for I am fearless and therefore powerful. I will watch with the wiliness of a snake, that I may sting with its venom. Man, you shall repent of the injuries you inflict. — Mary Shelley
Dread Love Sayings By Julian Of Norwich: Love and Dread are brethren, and they are rooted in us by the Goodness of Love and Dread are brethren, and they are rooted in us by the Goodness of our Maker, and they shall never be taken from us without end. We have of nature to love and we have of grace to love: and we have of nature to dread and we have of grace to dread. — Julian Of Norwich
Dread Love Sayings By Ayaan Hirsi Ali: The only position that leaves me with no cognitive dissonance is atheism. It is not The only position that leaves me with no cognitive dissonance is atheism. It is not a creed. Death is certain, replacing both the siren-song of Paradise and the dread of Hell. Life on this earth, with all its mystery and beauty and pain, is then to be lived far more intensely: we stumble and get up, we are sad, confident, insecure, feel loneliness and joy and love. There is nothing more; but I want nothing more. — Ayaan Hirsi Ali
Dread Love Sayings By Ann Aguirre: The big man glanced at the princess in chains for permission, hefting his axe suggestively. The big man glanced at the princess in chains for permission, hefting his axe suggestively. Jael expected her to nod and give him the go-ahead to serve as her executioner. Instead, she put out a hand and took the weapon from him. Her green eyes were like chips of jade in her pale, bloody countenance. This was the face of the Dread Queen.
"Kneel," she commanded, and the command had an inexorable weight.
Not only did Priest drop to his knees, so did the other men in the vicinity; two belonged to Silence. The Speaker frowned at this.
In a single swing, she took her enemy's head. The crowd roared.
And Jael fell a little in love. — Ann Aguirre
Dread Love Sayings By Alexander Theroux: Adultery is the vice of equivocation.It is not marriage but a mockery of it, a Adultery is the vice of equivocation.
It is not marriage but a mockery of it, a merging that mixes love and dread together like jackstraws. There is no understanding of contentment in adultery ... You belong to each other in what together you've made of a third identity that almost immediately cancels your own. There is a law in art that proves it. Two colors are proven complimentary only when forming that most desolate of all colors
neutral gray. — Alexander Theroux
Dread Love Sayings By Stormie O'martian: Lord, I lift up to You my deepest fears and ask that You would deliver Lord, I lift up to You my deepest fears and ask that You would deliver me from them. Set me free from all dread and anxiety about the things that frighten me. Thank You that in Your presence all fear is gone. Thank You that in the midst of Your perfect love, all fear in me is dissolved. You are greater than anything I face. — Stormie O'martian
Dread Love Sayings By Sally Green: But...what makes you Nathan--what makes you so special--is that you are both White Witch and But...what makes you Nathan--what makes you so special--is that you are both White Witch and Black Witch, both dark and full of light. That's what I love about you. What I've always loved. And I love you still, Nathan, and I know I always will. But you're changing. And now...now what I fear is that you'll get the amulet and you'll hone the Gifts you took from your father. You'll be invulnerable and you'll kill more people, many, many more people. I fear you won't be able to stop and you'll lose yourself completely. And then I'll come to dread you too. — Sally Green
Dread Love Sayings By Elizabeth Bowen: Love dreads being isolated, being left to speak in a void at the beginning it Love dreads being isolated, being left to speak in a void
at the beginning it would often rather listen than speak. — Elizabeth Bowen
Dread Love Sayings By Julie Buxbaum: Five years ago, I said vows. And I believe in vows. I meant them, and Five years ago, I said vows. And I believe in vows. I meant them, and not just when I said them out loud for an audience to hear but as a motto and a life choice. For as long as we both shall live. I hadn't anticipated the sandy flow of feeling, the yin-yang of love and dread, or the residual buildup of grievances and the slow draining of the benefit of doubt. In good times and in bad. Yes, sure, but in my naivete, I interpreted this as external; we would support each other when the world imposed and intruded. No one tells you that it's the internal that's the real challenge: those moments of decisiveness equal to taking a vow, when you feel the clawing grip of your pormises. — Julie Buxbaum
Dread Love Sayings By Nathaniel Branden: When we doubt our minds, we tend to discount its products. If we fear intellectual When we doubt our minds, we tend to discount its products. If we fear intellectual self-assertiveness, perhaps associating it with loss of love, we mute our intelligence. We dread being visible; so we make ourselves invisible, then suffer because no one sees us. — Nathaniel Branden
Dread Love Sayings By Jeanne Safer: The longing to belong and to be prized by one's peers permeates childhood and adolescence The longing to belong and to be prized by one's peers permeates childhood and adolescence and can be compelling and anxiety provoking at any time in life, as the common dread of cocktail parties in adulthood attests. This need -- as old and as potent as erotic desire -- is a fundamental part of being human; according to object relations theory, we become ourselves by being recognized and loved by others. — Jeanne Safer
Dread Love Sayings By Edward Gibbon: In the various states of society, armies are recruited from very different motives. Barbarians are In the various states of society, armies are recruited from very different motives. Barbarians are urged by the love of war; the citizens of a free republic may be prompted by a principle of duty; the subjects, or at least the nobles, of a monarchy, are animated by a sentiment of honor; but the timid and luxurious inhabitants of a declining empire must be allured into the service by the hopes of profit, or compelled by the dread of punishment. — Edward Gibbon
Dread Love Sayings By David Jeremiah: To fear only God's power with trembling and dread without fearing (or respecting) His astonishing To fear only God's power with trembling and dread without fearing (or respecting) His astonishing love is an incomplete response that diminishes our experience and enjoyment of Him. — David Jeremiah
Dread Love Sayings By Calvin Miller: With what dread and apprehension we entrust important jobs into the hands of others. Imagine With what dread and apprehension we entrust important jobs into the hands of others. Imagine the love of a needless God who is willing to want our work. — Calvin Miller
Dread Love Sayings By Ouida: In the violent scorn of her revolted pride, of her indignant honor, had she forgotten In the violent scorn of her revolted pride, of her indignant honor, had she forgotten a lowlier yet harder duty left undone?
In her contempt and dread of yielding to mere amorous weakness had she stifled and denied the cry of pity, the cry of conscience?
To suffer woes which hope thinks infinite. To forgive wrongs darker than death or night. To defy power which seems omnipotent. To love and live to hope till hope creates from it's own wreck the thing it contemplates. Neither to change, nor falter, nor repent.
This had been the higher, diviner way which she had missed, this obligation from the passion of the past which she had left unfulfilled, unaccepted.
Now the misgiving arose in her whether she had mistaken arrogance for duty; whether, cleaving so closely to honor she had forgotten the obligation of mercy. — Ouida
Dread Love Sayings By Rene Magritte: I despise my own past and that of others. I despise resignation, patience, professional heroism I despise my own past and that of others. I despise resignation, patience, professional heroism and all the obligatory sentiments. I also despise the decorative arts, folklore, advertising, radio announcers' voices, aerodynamics, the Boy Scouts, the smell of naphtha, the news, and drunks.
I like subversive humor, freckles, women's knees and long hair, the laughter of playing children, and a girl running down the street.
I hope for vibrant love, the impossible, the chimerical.
I dread knowing precisely my own limitations. — Rene Magritte
Dread Love Sayings By Arthur Ochs Sulzberger: In dread fear of sentimentality, another thing true is not said-that for its staff the In dread fear of sentimentality, another thing true is not said-that for its staff the paper is a source of pride and, I do believe, an object of affection and-yes, love. — Arthur Ochs Sulzberger
Dread Love Sayings By Rabindranath Tagore: Ah! How we all love to be deluded! We have a secret dread of being Ah! How we all love to be deluded! We have a secret dread of being thought ignorant. And we end by being ignorant after all, only we have done it in a long and roundabout way. — Rabindranath Tagore
Dread Love Sayings By John Steinbeck: Why do we so dread to think of our species as a species? Can it Why do we so dread to think of our species as a species? Can it be that we are afraid of what we may find? That human self-love would suffer too much and that the image of God might prove to be a mask? This could be only partly true, for if we could cease to wear the image of a kindly, bearded, interstellar dictator, we might find ourselves true images of his kingdom, our eves the nebulae, and universes in our cells. — John Steinbeck
Dread Love Sayings By Jalaluddin Rumi: Light Breeze As regards feeling pain, like a hand cut in battle,consider the body a Light Breeze

As regards feeling pain,
like a hand cut in battle,
consider the body a robe you wear.


When you meet someone you love,
do you kiss their clothes?
Search out who's inside.


Union with God is sweeter
than body comforts.

We have hands and feet
different from these.
Sometimes in dream we see them.
That is not illusion.
It's seeing truly.
You do have a spirit body;

don't dread leaving the physical one. Sometimes someone feels this truth so strongly that he or she can live in mountain solitude totally refreshed.


The worried, heroic doings of men and women seem weary and futile to dervishes enjoying the light breeze of spirit. — Jalaluddin Rumi
Dread Love Sayings By George Gordon Byron: When people say, "I've told you fifty times," / They mean to scold, and very When people say, "I've told you fifty times," / They mean to scold, and very often do; / When poets say, "I've written fifty rhymes," / They make you dread that they 'II recite them too;
In gangs of fifty, thieves commit their crimes; / At fifty love for love is rare, 't is true, / But then, no doubt, it equally as true is, / A good deal may be bought for fifty Louis. — George Gordon Byron
Dread Love Sayings By Ian McEwan: The anticipation and dread he felt at seeing her was also a kind of sensual The anticipation and dread he felt at seeing her was also a kind of sensual pleasure, and surrounding it, like an embrace, was a general elation
it might hurt, it was horribly inconvenient, no good might come of it, but he had found out for himself what it was to be in love, and it thrilled him. — Ian McEwan
Dread Love Sayings By Michael Ben Zehabe: For those who think religious people live in a constant state of fear and quaking, For those who think religious people live in a constant state of fear and quaking, compare Ps 111:10 to Ps 112:7. There, you will find that the person who fears God will not fear anyone, or anything else. This is not living in fear. By choosing one fear, they are liberated from the many fears. — Michael Ben Zehabe
Dread Love Sayings By Mindy McGinnis: Newness wears off.This is something I've learned about relationships. I've had more than a few Newness wears off.
This is something I've learned about relationships. I've had more than a few run their course, the idiosyncrasies that were once endearing becoming annoying, the jump of my heart into my throat at the sight of her lessening to a skip, then a pause, then the bare recognition that at some point slips into dread, and you know it's time to end it.
It's different with Alex. The newness might have faded, which is inevitable, but it's grown into something better. The panic of not being able to come up with something to say to her has settled into the comfort of companionable silence, my hand resting on her knee, or her head on my chest. The frantic need to be near her and know how she feels has morphed into an almost pleasant ache of missing her when she's not with me, because I know we'll be together again. — Mindy McGinnis
Dread Love Sayings By Fanny Fern: Oh! to be a child again. My only treasures, bits of shell and stone and Oh! to be a child again. My only treasures, bits of shell and stone and glass. To love nothing but maple sugar. To fear nothing but a big dog. To go to sleep without dreading the morrow. To wake up with a shout. Not to have seen a dead face. Not to dread a living one. To be able to believe. — Fanny Fern
Dread Love Sayings By Anne Rice: Well, surely you know. Didn't you rebel? Don't you? Why, Leon said of you there Well, surely you know. Didn't you rebel? Don't you? Why, Leon said of you there is a core in you which no one touches."
"Nonsense. I merely know and accept everything. There is no resistance."
"But how can it be?"
"Beauty, you must learn it. You must accept and yield, and then you shall see everything is simple."
"I would not be here with you if I yielded because of the Prince ... "
"Yes, you could be here with me. I adore my Queen and I am here with you. I love you both. I yield to that entirely as well as everything else and even the knowledge I may be punished. And when I am punished, I shall dread it, and suffer it and understand it and accept it. Beauty, when you accept you will flower in the pain, you will flower in your suffering. — Anne Rice
Dread Love Sayings By Anne Bronte: In love afairs, there is no mediator like a merry, simple-hearted child - ever ready In love afairs, there is no mediator like a merry, simple-hearted child - ever ready to cement divided hearts, to span the unfriendly gulf of custom, to melt the ice of cold reserve, and overthrow the separating walls of dread formality and pride. — Anne Bronte
Dread Love Sayings By Janvier Chouteu-Chando: You know you are getting old when yesterday turns out to be a fading memory You know you are getting old when yesterday turns out to be a fading memory you have difficulties recollecting, when today becomes a challenge that is hard to grasp and when tomorrow promises an uncertainty that you dread encountering. — Janvier Chouteu-Chando
Dread Love Sayings By E.L. James: I don't want anything to happen to you. You being hurt ... that thought fills I don't want anything to happen to you. You being hurt ... that thought fills me with dread. I can't promise not to interfere, not if I think you'll come to harm." He pauses and takes a deep breath. "I love you, Anastasia. I will do everything in my power to protect you. I cann't imagine my life without you. — E.L. James
Dread Love Sayings By Voltairine De Cleyre: Years! Years, ye shall mix with me!Ye shall grow a partOf the laughing Sea;Of the Years! Years, ye shall mix with me!
Ye shall grow a part
Of the laughing Sea;
Of the moaning heart
Of the glittered wave
Of the sun-gleam's dart
In the ocean-grave.
Fair, cold, and faithless wert thou, my own!
For that I love
Thy heart of stone!
From the heights above
To the depths below,
Where dread things move,
There is naught can show
A life so trustless! Proud be thy crown!
Ruthless, like none, save the Sea, alone! — Voltairine De Cleyre
Dread Love Sayings By George MacDonald: O, lack and doubt and fear can only comeBecause of plenty, confidence, and love!They are O, lack and doubt and fear can only come
Because of plenty, confidence, and love!
They are the shadow-forms about their feet,
Because they are not perfect crystal-clear
To the all-searching sun in which they live.
Dread of its loss is Beauty's certain seal! — George MacDonald
Dread Love Sayings By Erica Jong: I think we are clinging with ever-increasing desperation to our status as children. In the I think we are clinging with ever-increasing desperation to our status as children. In the hospital you see other children - children of fifty, of sixty, of seventy - clinging to their parents of eighty, ninety, one hundred. Is all this clinging love? Or is it just the need to be reassured of your own immunity from the contagion of the Moloch ha-moves - the dread Angel of Death? Because we all secretly believe in our own immortality. Since we cannot imagine the loss of individual consciousness, we cannot possibly imagine death. — Erica Jong
Dread Love Sayings By Barbara Kingsolver: How pointless life could be, what a foolish business of inventing things to love, just How pointless life could be, what a foolish business of inventing things to love, just so you could dread losing them. — Barbara Kingsolver
Dread Love Sayings By Samuel R. Delany: What's more, I was free to do anything that did not hurt others that strengthened What's more, I was free to do anything that did not hurt others that strengthened me and helped me in the one thing that we are all put on this earth to do: help one another - because it is the only thing that, in the long run, gives us pleasure, as receiving love and friendship and affection is the only thing that gives us joy and ameliorates the dread of our inevitable extinction. — Samuel R. Delany
Dread Love Sayings By Samuel Beckett: Seen no matter how and said as seen. Dread of black. Of white. Of void. Seen no matter how and said as seen. Dread of black. Of white. Of void. Let her vanish. And the rest. For good. — Samuel Beckett
Dread Love Sayings By Erika Swyler: Ryzhkova was accustomed to tarot with its layers of meaning, interpretations, and reversals, and how Ryzhkova was accustomed to tarot with its layers of meaning, interpretations, and reversals, and how a picture might look one way but contain a contrary truth. Used to her silent apprentice, she had forgotten that language itself was as subtle and slippery as her cards, and that words contained hidden seeds that blossomed with a speaker's intent. A wish for safety meant nothing if the force behind it was a desire to kill. Though she spoke of love and protection, dread, grief, and anger bled through. Each word that fell from her tongue bound itself to paper with a small part of her soul, infusing the cards not with love as she thought, but with a hex burned strong and deep by fear. Buried in the heart of the deck, the Fool's eyes shut. She closed the box. A — Erika Swyler
Dread Love Sayings By Ayn Rand: Honesty is the recognition of the fact that the unreal is unreal and can have Honesty is the recognition of the fact that the unreal is unreal and can have no value, that neither love nor fame nor cash is a value if obtained by fraud - that an attempt to gain a value by deceiving the mind of others is an act of raising your victims to a position higher than reality, where you become a pawn of their blindness, a slave of their non-thinking and their evasions, while their intelligence, their rationality, their perceptiveness become the enemies you have to dread and flee - that you do not care to live as a dependent, least of all a dependent on the stupidity of others, or as a fool whose source of values is the fools he succeeds in fooling - that honesty is not a social duty, not a sacrifice for the sake of others, but the most profoundly selfish virtue man can practice: his refusal to sacrifice the reality of his own existence to the deluded consciousness of others — Ayn Rand
Dread Love Sayings By Leslye Walton: Falling out of love was much harder than Gabe would have liked. Normally led through Falling out of love was much harder than Gabe would have liked. Normally led through life by the heart attached to his sleeve, finding logic in love proved to be a bit like getting vaccinated for some dread disease: a good idea in the end, but the initial pain certainly wasn't any fun. He came to appreciate that there were worse ways to live than to live without love. For instance, if he didn't have arms, Gabe wouldn't be able to hide in his work. Yes, a life without arms would be quite tragic, indeed. — Leslye Walton
Dread Love Sayings By Percy Bysshe Shelley: Love, from its awful throne of patient powerIn the wise heart, from the last giddy Love, from its awful throne of patient power
In the wise heart, from the last giddy hour
Of dread endurance, from the slippery, steep,
And narrow verge of crag-like agony, springs
And folds over the world its healing wings. — Percy Bysshe Shelley
Dread Love Sayings By Jean De La Bruyere: We hope to grow old and we dread old age; that is to say, we We hope to grow old and we dread old age; that is to say, we love life and we flee from death. — Jean De La Bruyere
Dread Love Sayings By Elizabeth Von Arnim: Love is not a thing you can pick up and throw into the gutter and Love is not a thing you can pick up and throw into the gutter and pick up again as the fancy takes you. I am a person, very unfortunately for you, with a quite peculiar dread of thrusting myself or my affections on any one, of in any way outstaying my welcome. The man I would love would be the man I could trust to love me for ever. I do not trust you. I did outstay my welcome once. I did get thrown into the gutter, and came near drowning in that sordid place. — Elizabeth Von Arnim
Dread Love Sayings By Celia Imrie: Some people love Sundays; I don't, particularly. I used to rather dread them when I Some people love Sundays; I don't, particularly. I used to rather dread them when I was younger. I was brought up on Sunday roasts, which I've always loathed. If I didn't finish my meat, I had to sit with it for most of the afternoon. No wonder I'm a vegetarian now. — Celia Imrie
Dread Love Sayings By Robert Bulwer-Lytton, 1st Earl Of Lytton: No true love there can be without Its dread penaltyjealousy. No true love there can be without Its dread penalty
jealousy. — Robert Bulwer-Lytton, 1st Earl Of Lytton
Dread Love Sayings By Pablo Neruda: Leaning into the afternoons I cast my sad netstowards your oceanic eyes.There in the highest Leaning into the afternoons I cast my sad nets
towards your oceanic eyes.
There in the highest blaze my solitude lengthens and flames,
its arms turning like a drowning man's.
I send out red signals across your absent eyes
that smell like the sea or the beach by a lighthouse.
You keep only darkness, my distant female,
from your regard sometimes the coast of dread emerges.
Leaning into the afternoons I fling my sad nets
to that sea that is thrashed by your oceanic eyes.
The birds of night peck at the first stars
that flash like my soul when I love you.
The night gallops on its shadowy mare
shedding blue tassels over the land. — Pablo Neruda
Dread Love Sayings By Lisa Kleypas: Evie swallowed hard and tried to stiffen her knees, which seemed inclined to buckle. Cold Evie swallowed hard and tried to stiffen her knees, which seemed inclined to buckle. Cold dread weighted her stomach as she glanced at the bed. "Are we going to..." she started to ask, her voice turning scratchy.
St. Vincent began on the front fastenings of her gown. "Are we going to..." he repeated, and followed her gaze to the bed. "Good God, no." His fingers moved rapidly along her bodice, freeing the row of buttons. "Delectable as you are, my love, I'm too tired. — Lisa Kleypas
Dread Love Sayings By Niccolo Machiavelli: I don't doubt that every prince would like to be both; but since it is I don't doubt that every prince would like to be both; but since it is hard to accomodate these qualities, if you have to make a choice, to be feared is much safer than to be loved. For it is a good general rule about men, that they are ungrateful, fickle, liars, and deceivers, fearful of danger and greedy for gain ... [love] is a link of obligation which men, because they are rotten, will break anything they think doing so serves their advantage; but fear involves dread of punishment, from which they can never escape. — Niccolo Machiavelli
Dread Love Sayings By Marilynne Robinson: I experience religious dread whenever I find myself thinking that I know the limits of I experience religious dread whenever I find myself thinking that I know the limits of God's grace, since I am utterly certain it exceeds any imagination a human being might have of it. God does, after all, so love the world. — Marilynne Robinson
Dread Love Sayings By Ezra Taft Benson: The key to overcoming aloneness and a feeling of uselessness for one who is physically The key to overcoming aloneness and a feeling of uselessness for one who is physically able is to step outside yourself by helping others who are truly needy. We promise those who will render this kind of service that, in some measure, you will be healed of the loss of loved ones or the dread of being alone. The way to feel better about your own situation is to improve someone else's circumstances. — Ezra Taft Benson
Dread Love Sayings By Samuel Beckett: It was in this byre, littered with dry and hollow cowclaps subsiding with a sigh It was in this byre, littered with dry and hollow cowclaps subsiding with a sigh at the poke of my finger, that for the first time in my life, and I would not hesitate to say the last if I had not to husband my cyanide, I had to contend with a feeling which gradually assumed, to my dismay, the dread name of love. — Samuel Beckett
Dread Love Sayings By F Scott Fitzgerald: You know I'm old in some ways-in others-well, I'm just a little girl. I like You know I'm old in some ways-in others-well, I'm just a little girl. I like sunshine and pretty things and cheerfulness-and I dread responsibility. — F Scott Fitzgerald
Dread Love Sayings By Jim Willis: I looked at all the caged animals. . . . . . . the cast-offs I looked at all the caged animals. . . . . . . the cast-offs of human society. I saw in their eyes love and hope, fear and dread, sadness and betrayal. And I was angry.

"God," I said, "this is terrible! Why don't you do something?"

God was silent for a moment and then He spoke softly.

"I have done something. . .

I created you. — Jim Willis
Dread Love Sayings By Maurice Sendak: I have nothing now but praise for my life. I'm not unhappy. I cry a I have nothing now but praise for my life. I'm not unhappy. I cry a lot because I miss people. They die and I can't stop them. They leave me and I love them more ... What I dread is the isolation ... There are so many beautiful things in the world which I will have to leave when I die, but I'm ready, I'm ready, I'm ready. — Maurice Sendak
Dread Love Sayings By T.C. Boyle: I always dread the process of writing because I'm not a writer. I'm an audible I always dread the process of writing because I'm not a writer. I'm an audible guy, I'm a verbal guy. I love to talk. I write a book every couple years, but it just takes everything out of me to get a book out. — T.C. Boyle
Dread Love Sayings By John Steinbeck: I always found in myself a dread of west and a love of east. I always found in myself a dread of west and a love of east. — John Steinbeck
Dread Love Sayings By Saint Augustine: O eternal truth and true love and beloved eternity! You are my God; to you O eternal truth and true love and beloved eternity! You are my God; to you I sigh by day and by night. And when I first knew you, you raised me up so that I could see that there was something to see and that I still lacked the ability to see it. And you beat back the weakness of my sight, blazing upon me with your rays, and I trembled in love and in dread ... — Saint Augustine
Dread Love Sayings By John Bunyan: I had also another consideration, and that was, the dread of the torments of hell, I had also another consideration, and that was, the dread of the torments of hell, which I was sure they must partake of that for fear of the cross, do shrink from their profession of Christ, His words and laws before the sons of men: I thought also of the glory that He had prepared for those that in faith, and love, and patience, stood to His ways before them. — John Bunyan
Dread Love Sayings By Jonathan Gottschall: Literature offers feelings for which we don't have to pay. It allows us to love, Literature offers feelings for which we don't have to pay. It allows us to love, condemn, condone, hope, dread, and hate without any of the risks those feelings ordinarily involve. — Jonathan Gottschall
Dread Love Sayings By Suzanne Collins: I'm relieved Peeta's alive. I tell myself again that if I get killed, his winnings I'm relieved Peeta's alive. I tell myself again that if I get killed, his winnings will benefit my mother and Prim the most. This is what I tell myself to explain the conflicting emotions that arise when I think of Peeta. The gratitude that he game an edge by professing his love for me in the interview. The anger at his superiority on the roof. The dread that we may come face-to-face at any moment in this arena. — Suzanne Collins
Dread Love Sayings By Craig L. Rice: One pities most those who loved, and still died. Only those who love, dread death. One pities most those who loved, and still died. Only those who love, dread death. — Craig L. Rice
Dread Love Sayings By Julie Klassen: He felt again the sharp kick of jealousy, the iron weight of dread he had He felt again the sharp kick of jealousy, the iron weight of dread he had felt two years ago when he realized, She doesn't look at me that way. . . . And he'd tried to ignore the growing fear that he was losing her. To his very own brother. A man who would never appreciate her, never love her as he did. — Julie Klassen
Dread Love Sayings By P.D. James: The great tragedy of Alzheimer's disease, and the reason why we dread it, is that The great tragedy of Alzheimer's disease, and the reason why we dread it, is that it leaves us with no defence, not even against those who love us. — P.D. James
Dread Love Sayings By Edmund Spenser: Foul jealousy! that turnest love divine to joyless dread, and makest the loving heart with Foul jealousy! that turnest love divine to joyless dread, and makest the loving heart with hateful thoughts to languish and to pine. — Edmund Spenser
Dread Love Sayings By Niccolo Machiavelli: One can say this in general of men: they are ungrateful, disloyal, insincere and deceitful, One can say this in general of men: they are ungrateful, disloyal, insincere and deceitful, timid of danger and avid of profit ... Love is a bond of obligation that these miserable creatures break whenever it suits them to do so; but fear holds them fast by a dread of punishment that never passes. — Niccolo Machiavelli
Dread Love Sayings By Vanna Bonta: When we love, we are courageous; and courage has nothing to do with being fearless, When we love, we are courageous; and courage has nothing to do with being fearless, it's about being willing to experience fear, even dread, to do what we must, without guarantee of outcome. — Vanna Bonta
Dread Love Sayings By Abigail Thomas: Love Love can accommodate all sorts of misshapen objects: a door held open for a Love Love can accommodate all sorts of misshapen objects: a door held open for a city dog who runs into the woods; fences down; some role you didn't ask for, didn't want. Love allows for betrayal and loss and dread. Love is roomy. Love can change its shape, be known by different names. Love is elastic. And the dog comes back. — Abigail Thomas
Dread Love Sayings By Niccolo Machiavelli: Men are less hesitant about harming someone who makes himself loved than one who makes Men are less hesitant about harming someone who makes himself loved than one who makes himself feared because love is held together by a chain of obligation which, since men are wretched creatures, is broken on every occasion in which their own interests are concerned; but fear is sustained by dread of punishment which will never abandon you. — Niccolo Machiavelli
Dread Love Sayings By Brian Aldiss: That is why we dread children, even if we love them. They show us the That is why we dread children, even if we love them. They show us the state of our decay. — Brian Aldiss
Dread Love Sayings By George MacDonald: It is vain to think that any weariness, however caused, any burden, however slight, may It is vain to think that any weariness, however caused, any burden, however slight, may be got rid of otherwise than by bowing the neck to the yoke of the Father's will. There can be no other rest for heart and soul than He has created. From every burden, from every anxiety, from all dread of shame or loss, even loss of love itself, that yoke will set us free. — George MacDonald
Dread Love Sayings By Adriana Trigiani: I love you , Valentine' is actually a popular phrase used in greeting cards."If you I love you , Valentine' is actually a popular phrase used in greeting cards."
If you were sending me one, what would it say?" he asks.
I love you, too, Roman."
And there it is, words that I dread to say and do mean, because with them comes the responsibility of owning it, moving forward together and deciding for real who we are to each other. Now we're not just lovers discovering what we like and sharing what we know. In this mutual declaration, we're accountable to each other. We're in love, and now, our relationship has to build slowly and beautifully in order to hold all the joy and misery that lies ahead. — Adriana Trigiani
Dread Love Sayings By Wendell Phillips: Revolution is the only thing, the only power, that ever worked out freedom for any Revolution is the only thing, the only power, that ever worked out freedom for any people. The powers that have ruled long and learned to love ruling, will never give up that prerogative until they must, till they see the certainty of overthrow and destruction if they do not. To plant-to revolutionize-these are the twin stars that have ruled our pathway. What have we then to dread in the word Revolution-we, the children of rebels! — Wendell Phillips
Dread Love Sayings By Bruce Holsinger: We live in an immense world, whole universes of taste and touch and scent, of We live in an immense world, whole universes of taste and touch and scent, of voices commingling in the light, and dying away with the common dread that stands at every man's door. Yet we perceive and remember this world only as it creates those single fragments of experience: moments of everyday kindness, or self-sacrificing love, or unthinkable brutality. — Bruce Holsinger
Dread Love Sayings By Edmund Waller: His love at once and dread instruct our thought; As man He suffer'd and as His love at once and dread instruct our thought; As man He suffer'd and as God He taught. — Edmund Waller
Dread Love Sayings By Letitia Elizabeth Landon: Our first love-letter ... There is so much to be said, and which no words Our first love-letter ... There is so much to be said, and which no words seems exactly to say - the dread of saying too much is so nicely balanced by the fear of saying too little. Hope borders on presumption, and fear on reproach. — Letitia Elizabeth Landon
Dread Love Sayings By Charles Grandison Finney: There is a fear of the Lord which is the beginning of wisdom, which is There is a fear of the Lord which is the beginning of wisdom, which is founded in love. There is also a slavish fear, which is a mere dread of evil, and is purely selfish. — Charles Grandison Finney