Basia: The Kisses of Joannes Secundua and Jean Bonnefons; with a Selection from the Best Ancient and Modern Authors

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C. Blanchard, 1860 - Dutch poetry - 224 pages
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Page 163 - take those lips away, That so sweetly were forsworn, And those eyes, the break
Page 133 - may lie, Upon thy lip its sweets would die, Or bloom to make a rival blest. Take back the vows that, night
Page 137 - to friendship dear, Thou shall be our Hebe here. Fill the golden brimmer high, Let it sparkle like thine eye ; Bid the
Page 136 - most dearly plac'd * Upon his curled head behind It seems in careless play to lie. Yet presses
Page 136 - faintly loth. The other yielding slow to joy— Oh! rare indeed, but blissful both. Imagine, love, that I
Page 136 - as she is willing:; So may we try the graceful way In which their gentle arms are
Page 150 - By many a smile, by many an ardent kiss. And with her teeth imprints the tell-tale bliss. Thro
Page 169 - and mine, by mutual courtship won, Meet like two mingling flames, and make but one. Union of hearts, not hands, does marriage make,

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