The vows that woman makes to her fond lover are only fit to be written on air, or on the swiftly passing stream.
I write of youth, of love, and have access by these to sing of cleanly wantonness.
Oh, this age! How tasteless and ill-bred it is.
Topics: The Past
What a woman says to her lover should be written on air or swift water.
There is nothing more silly than a silly laugh.
It is difficult to lay aside a confirmed passion.
What a woman says to her avid lover should be written in wind and running water.
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