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|The tale of two gentlemen who adopt fictitious identities in order to woo the objects of their affections is Wilde’s most beloved work, considered to be one of the wittiest plays ever written in English.|
|–George Burns IfI never met you, I wouldn't like you. IfI didn't like you, I wouldn't |
love you. IfI didn't love you, I wouldn't miss you. But I did, I do, and I will. IfI shoot
at the sun, I may hit a star. –P.T. Barnum If I was god, nothing would have to die
|wrong you was being human and being human is not wrong then we all wrong |
Ice I have nothing but love and respect for you all the help you been too this
family I wouldn't never met Liz if wasn't for you and me and you would ... Wendy
told Sal how you feeling Black ask Mel like a father you are for sure Ice that right
he have nobody but you and Wendy Mel said I will ... but love for you takes a real
man too step up too the plate and I did well it was love calling for me I didn't want
miss my ...
|let you go. I love you. (Puts her arms about him.) NELSON. (Gets away.) I never |
deceived you, never from the first gave you the right to— _ KITTY. ... I know you'll
go some time, but not yet. I can't let you! I just—can't. NELSON. I think that you
exaggerate your feelings. KITTY. You're ... like this, like I was a dog, when I've
done nothing, I'll get you! I will! I'll get you some way, if it's the last thing I ever do.
NELSON. ... Those girls, they wouldn't one of them come here, to your home, like
|My dear Miss Elliott,” he commenced hesitatingly, “ I'm really very sorry indeed, |
but—er " “ Yes, I 've no doubt you are," was the answer. ... You wouldn't believe
that I was simply bubbling over with the milk of human kindness. would you ? ” "
|Sing You Home is about identity, love, marriage, and parenthood. It’s about people wanting to do the right thing for the greater good, even as they work to fulfill their own personal desires and dreams.|
|happier, the holier for them, for it is almost like getting back again to one's |
mother's knee, to be once more, for a few bright hours, in the bosom of ... Julia
was not in, but I met her in the afternoon. ... But I do. Do you think I caro about
Doctor Peacock's girl? No, I don't. I love you, and if any fellow said I didn't I'd
warm him. ... \Vhy, you wouldn't be angry with me in the begginning of a New
Year, would you?
|“We didn't really need to see a film. But if we just parked the car in a field and |
made love, you wouldn't think we had a proper relationship.” Turning his chin
very slightly, Colin looked covertly over his shoulder; and then the other way, out
of the ...
R. S. O'Loughlin, H. F. Montgomery, Charles Dwyer - 1922
|But, judging by you, a man wouldn't wait for me — wouldn't wait until I got my |
head above water, and then let me carry on my ... Supposing I said, I will be
domesticity itself after I am married, but I still require you to wait several years for
me — as I must ... That is an age at which most young people nowadays think
themselves lucky to start — and so would you if you didn't ... I shall alwrays take
this stand with you — because, you see, I don't really love you, and I suppose that
— makes all ...
|Christy knew he loved that horse as much as the children did. “You're right, Miss |
Alice,” he said softly. ... “Old Theo wouldn't bring us much. ... If we didn't get
enough for her, we'd have to sell Prince later on, too. ... A woman who had met
Christy's mother in Asheville, North Carolina, had sent Prince after learning of the
mission's ... “And we've been blessed to have such a fine animal as a companion.
But I'm sure David will find him a fine new home. Perhaps, if it's ... “You know I