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  • There's just no place like napa when it comes to a lover's getaway - a decadent little corner of the world that caters to passion enthusiasts everyday - is the only place to spend your love-laden valentine holiday.

    Alexis Swanson Traina: Love in the Vineyards

  • She had not soared as she should have done, above the love-laden dreams of common maidens.

    Lady Anna

  • As it was, after having gazed at him for the moment with her love-laden eyes, she flung herself on the sofa, and hid her face among the cushions.

    The Last Chronicle of Barset

  • The love-laden letter penned by that dearly-loved handmaid of God has reached this yearning prisoner and its perusal has filled my heart with joy and happiness, inasmuch as it indicates that you have turned in prayer and supplication to the Kingdom of God and been attracted to His divine fragrances.

    Bahíyyih Khánum

  • "What thou art we know not," yet thou art like a poet hidden singing hymns unbidden; like a high-born maiden soothing her love-laden soul in secret; like a hidden glowworm scattering its hues unbeholden; like a rose embowered in its leaves making faint the thieving winds with its heavy scent.

    Journeys Through Bookland, Vol. 10 The Guide

  • You weary of terms that are already love-laden, and you go out into the highways and hedges, and gather up the rough, wild, wilful words, heavy with the hatreds of men, and fill them to the brim with honey-dew.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 10, No. 59, September, 1862

  • Jill lay silent, and then smiled sweetly as out of the shadows ran a little hunchback figure who stood without word, for a moment gazing with love-laden eyes at the white woman, then kneeling suddenly, kissed the cushion upon which rested the girl's dainty feet.

    Desert Love

  • A spark of anger flashes in Eleanor's love-laden eyes.

    When the Birds Begin to Sing

  • The bird in its nest in the thicket, —thou heedest my love-laden cries;

    Spirit to Spirit

  • Even when they seem most remote, they are such as frail young hearts cannot help happening upon, as they soothe their "love-laden souls" in "secret hour."

    Visions and Revisions A Book of Literary Devotions


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