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The following is 1-Love-Quotes users' selection of the Top 100 Love & Romance quotes of all time! This selection process included over four million users submitting their favorite Love Quotes. The Top 100 most frequently submitted love Quotes make up this list. See what users, such as yourself, have ranked as the "Top 100 Love Quotes of all Time" (compilation took place in 2010). Make sure to check out the entire Top 100 as they are ALL wonderful Love Quotes!

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Robert Browning
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"Fra Lippo Lippi, line 54
The quote is from "Fra Lippo Lippi," which is a dramatic monologue. The main character of the poem is a painter and must choose between a life spent in service (but empty of art), and a life of leisure (and potentially love).
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From the lyrics of When a Heart Finds Another off the album Annie Haslam (1989)
From a soulful, almost mournful song, the next line reads, "Our love's growing wings and learns to fly And the rain has no mercy."
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Méditations poétiques
Written originally in French, this quote very frequently appears in composer Liszt's Preludes, used as an explanation of the powerful music.
Ralph Waldo Emerson
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Essays: Second Series Essay V: Gifts, 1844
Emerson, in his essay "Gifts," talks about the alleged moral bankruptcy and general insolvency of people. He mentions different types of gifts and when people are generous. Ultimately, he concludes with the above quote.
Christopher Marlowe
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The Tragical History of Doctor Faustus (1604) Act V Scene I
Spoken by Faustus to the spirit of Helen of Troy, the "face that launched a thousand ships." The story of Doctor Faustus is based on Faustian legend; the story of a man who trades his morality for power.
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A treasury of the world's great letters (1940)
Written in a letter to Victorien Sardou, a dramatist.
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Honore de Balzac
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Le lys dans la vallée (1836), translated by Katharine Prescott Wormeley, part II: First Love
The novel where this quote comes from contains the story of two emotionally vibrant characters, Henriette and Felix. The novel is part of a grander series, "The Human Comedy."
Victor Hugo
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As quoted in Edge-tools of speech (1899) pg. 495
Attributed to famous playwright Victor Hugo.
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Dreamthorp: a book of essays written in the country (1863) pg. 174
This quote comes from an essay titled "On the Importance of a Man to Himself." One of the preceding lines reads, "There is no happiness in the world in which love does not enter."
Lord Byron
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Hebrew Melodies (1815)
Byron was notorious for his varied tastes in both women and men. This poem was written about one Mrs. R. Wilmot. (Berry Memoirs, vol. iii. p. 7), about whom little is known. This was not the only poem directed at a woman who Byron did not revisit in later work. Regardless, one cannot discount the simplicity and subsequent beauty of the poem.
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As quoted in The Book of Positive Quotations (2007) pg. 8
Lord Byron
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Stanzas for Music, st. 1 (1816).
Byron wrote this in a poem, ostensibly to be set to music. The entire poem is loaded with innuendo, and is addressed specifically to the person with whom the speaker is attracted to.
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Strait is the Gate (1909)
Spoken by the character Jerome. The story tells of Jerome and Alissa swearing undying affection for each other at a young age, and ultimately Alissa does not want the type of relationship Jerome wants. In neglecting other relationships in favor of his relationship with Alissa, Jerome misses the love others have for him, and in the end Alissa dies never having married.
William Shakespeare
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Romeo and Juliet (1853) pg. 54
In what is perhaps Western society's most famous romance, this line is spoken by Juliet while standing on a balcony in what is perhaps the most famous scene of the play, wherein Romeo says, "But, soft! what lgith through yonder window breaks! It is the east, and Juliet is the sun!"
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The Younger Brother, Act III, Sc. ii
This quote is taken from amatory fiction--fiction that was predominantly concerned with romantic and sexual love.
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"Webster's Electronic Quotebase," ed. Keith Mohler, 1994
William Shakespeare
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