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"But love's a malady without a cure"

- John Dryden

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This quote by John Dryden speaks with the power of love and its capability to consume us. It recommends that love is an illness that can not be cured, which it has a hang on us that is tough to break. It indicates that love is an effective emotion that can take over our lives and cause us to make decisions that we may not have actually made otherwise. It also recommends that love can be a source of both pleasure and discomfort, and that it can be a double-edged sword. The quote indicates that love is something that we can never ever completely understand or manage, and that it is something that will always be a part of our lives. Eventually, it recommends that love is an effective force that can bring us both fantastic delight and terrific discomfort, which it is something that we must find out to accept and cope with.

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John Dryden This quote is written / told by John Dryden between August 9, 1631 and May 12, 1700. He was a famous Poet from England. The author also have 48 other quotes.

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