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  • The whole sordid story over again, over and over again, as old as Eve and young as the last new love-light.

    IN THE FOREST OF THE NORTH

  • Whereat he would laugh, and his arms would leap out to me, and he would call me his sweet metaphysician; and the tiredness would pass out of his eyes, and into them would flood the happy love-light that was in itself a new and sufficient advertisement of his immortality.

    Chapter 11: The Great Adventure

  • And then there were our sweet stolen moments in the midst of our work -- just a word, or caress, or flash of love-light; and our moments were sweeter for being stolen.

    Chapter 11: The Great Adventure

  • As he expressed himself in action, she expressed herself in repose and control, and by the love-light in her eyes -- though this latter she would have suppressed in all maiden modesty had she been conscious of the speech her heart printed so plainly there.

    Chapter 2

  • When he spoke to her, it was with averted eyes, from which the old love-light seemed to have gone out.

    The Awakening

  • There was no love-light in those narrowed black eyes.

    Surrender A Dream

  • It's already been pretty much decided to let your love-light go.

    Myth-Ing Persons

  • And my darling rose to meet me, with the love-light in her eyes;

    Stories in Verse

  • Perhaps she was, for the love-light burned steadily in her Irish eyes, and he could not tell it was not for him.

    Bluebell A Novel

  • This time it was Ronald M'Gregor who had spoken, the love-light on whose face even sixty winters could not disguise.

    St. Cuthbert's

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