William Shakespeare wrote some great stuff. It’s sometimes hard to believe how much work he got done in his 52 years. But he didn’t write every brilliant line about love you might remember. Some people deserve credit too, even though they don’t usually get it.
Expectation is the root of all heartache
Where it’s from: Commonly said to derive from the Second Noble Truth of Buddhism: desire is the root of all suffering.
So dear I love him that with him/All deaths I could endure/Without him, live on life
Where it’s from: Paradise Lost by John Milton.
You say you love rain…
Where is it from?: A turkish poem titled, I Am Afraid.
When words fail music speaks
Where it’s actually from: A paraphrase from Hans Christian Andersen’s “What The Moon Saw”. The actual quote is, “when words fail, sounds can often speak.”
Love is a wonderful terrible thing
Where it’s really from: Gabriela, Clove, and Cinnamon by Jorge Amado. The quote is actually Love—the most wonderful and most terrible thing in the world.
The earth has music for those who listen
When I saw you I fell in love and you smiled because you knew
Where it’s really from: An 1893 Italian opera, Falstaff, with a libretto by Arrigo Boito.
Love is the most beautiful of dreams and the worst of nightmares
This is by: The Notebook of Love twitter handle.
The less you speak of greatness, the more shall I think of it
Who said it? Sir Francis Bacon to Sir Edward Coke in 1601.
We’re all in the same game; just different levels. Dealing with the same hell; just different devils
Believe it or not, this is a Jadakiss song.
Via: Krutika Mallikarjuna