Quotes on jean-claude

  Tell me not, sweet, I am unkind, he said, That from the nunnery, Of they chaste breast and quiet mind.I looked up at him, and said the next line, To war and arms I fly.True, a new mistress now I chase, he said.The first foe in the field, I said, and let him draw me closer.And with a stronger faith embrace, he said.A sword, a horse, a shield. And the last word was whispered against his chest, still looking up into those eyes, searching his face.Yet this inconstancy is such, As thou too shalt adore, he whispered against my hair.I finished the poem with my face pressed against his chest, listening to the beat of his heart, that truly beat with my blood. I could not love thee, dear, so much, Loved I not honor more.  
Laurell K Hamilton

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