The Honeymoon

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Need we expose to vulgar sight
The raptures of the bridal night?
Let it suffice, that each had charms;
He clasp'd a goddess in his arms;
And, though she felt his usage rough,
Yet in a man 'twas well enough.

Category: The Honeymoon Author: Oliver Goldsmith Source: The Double Transformation

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Said a newly-wed maiden of Ealing,
"A honeymoon seems so appealing
But for nearly two weeks
I've heard only bed-squeaks,
And seen nothing but cracks in the ceiling."

Category: The Honeymoon Author: Anonymous

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Soon shalt thou hear the Bridegroom's voice,
The midnight cry, "Behold, I come!"

Category: The Honeymoon

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The coming of the Bridegroom is so swift that He is perpetually coming and dwelling within with unfathomable riches, and ever coming anew in His Person, without interception, with such new brightness that it seems as though he had never come before. For His coming consists beyond time, in an eternal Now, which is ever received with new longings and new joy.
Category: The Honeymoon Author: Jan Van Ruysbroeck

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A weary bride -- poor little fluff -
Said, "My thing's all tender and rough
I realise, Cyril
You're terribly virile
But six times a day is enough."

Category: The Honeymoon Author: Anonymous

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The first seven months of their marriage was more like blue sky than brown earth; and if any one had told Mabel that her husband was a mortal, and not an angel, sent to her that her days and nights might be unmixed, uninterrupted heaven, she could hardly have realised the information.
Category: The Honeymoon Author: Charles Reade

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And it happened that Erec loved Enid with such passion that he forgot all about knightly preoccupations and failed to go to tournaments. All he wanted to do was spend his time in amorous dalliance with his wife, often lying in bed with her till after midday, and then idling the day long in kisses and caresses. His companions were mortified.
Category: The Honeymoon Author: Chretien De Troyes

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Nought now was heard, but Love and Dear,
My Dear go there! My Love come here!
And, since it is such charming weather,
O let us take a stroll together;
While she would sing to some fine tune,
"Our life shall be one honeymoon".

Category: The Honeymoon Author: William Combe

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