The 200 most beautiful love phrases ever.

Saying I love you is not always easy, many people, like me for example, find it very difficult to express their feelings, so I made the largest collection of sentences in Italy to say I love you , more than 200 sentences.

Words of love.

I love you for all the women that I don’t love.
You yourself reflect on it. I see myself so little.
Without you I see only a desert
between the past and the present.
(Paul Eluard)

I will make of my soul a casket
for your soul,
of my heart a dwelling place
for your beauty,
of my breast a sepulcher
for your pains.
I will love you as the grasslands love spring,
and I will live the life of a flower in you
under the rays of the sun.
I will sing your name as the valley
sings the echo of the bells;
I will listen to the language of your soul
as the beach listens to
the story of the waves.
(Kahlil Gibran)

And since I love you, the pines in the wind
want to sing your name with their wire leaves.
(Pablo Neruda)

I’ve thought about it a lot, and the result is that I love you. I love you when you’re cold and it’s 30 degrees outside. I love you when it takes you an hour to order a sandwich. I love the wrinkle that comes to you when you look at me like I’m crazy. I like that after a day spent with you, I still smell your perfume on my golf … and I’m happy that you are the last person I chatted with before falling asleep in the evening. And it’s not because I feel alone. And it’s not because it’s New Year’s Eve. I came tonight because when you notice that you want to spend the rest of your life with someone, you want the rest of your life to start as soon as possible.
(from the movie Harry introduce you to Sally)

When two souls finally found each other, they discovered that they were compatible and complementary, they understood that they were made for each other, that they were, therefore, similar, a bond was established between them forever, ardent and pure, just like them, a bond that begins on earth and continues forever in the heavens … This is the love that you inspire in me …
(Victor Hugo adèle Foucher)

I love you: I can’t write anything else, I only find this one sentence to write it, it is you who taught me to pronounce it properly, with enormous slowness, detaching every word, with a slowness of centuries.
(Christian Bobin)

It is curious how you always love yourself, even when I don’t love you.
(Marguerite Duras)

I love you, married in all times and in all ways.
(Daniel Pennac)

Just look at yourself and then, get a little closer, and never let yourself go,
frightened no Loving yourself a little … is a little blooming.
(Lucio Battisti)

«Two puzzle pieces. Made for each other. Somewhere in the sky an old Lord, in that instant, had finally found them. “Devil! I said that they could not have disappeared. “
(Alessandro Baricco)

Love, who loved nothing to forgive love,
took so much pleasure from him
that, as you see, he still does not abandon me.
(Dante Alighieri)

I love you.
You are too important a thought
to be held in one hand,
you are a recurring song in my dreams.
Love is a word of light,
written by a hand of light,
on a page of light.
(Khalil Gibran)

I love you. I love you because all the loves of the world are like different rivers that flow towards the same sea: there they meet and turn into a unique love, which becomes rain and blesses the earth.
(Paulo Coelho)

Because we are two destinies that come together
tightly in one instant, looking for a very deep path within them.
(Tiromancino)

I will stop loving you only when a deaf painter will be able to paint the sound of a rose petal falling on a crystal floor of a castle that never existed.
(Jim Morrison)

When time did not pass, the night did not pass, you were only to meet, but you have always been there. (Luciano Ligabue)

My dear girl, I love you again and again and without reservations … In every possible way, even my jealousies were nothing more than agonies of Love, in the most intense pangs I have ever experienced, I would have died for you. You always new. The last of your kisses was the sweetest, the last smile the brightest, the last movement the most graceful.
(John Keats to Fanny Brawne)

– But I love you.
– It’s not true. You are firm, and loving is another thing: it is a verb, an action. It is not watching a film about distant countries, but really going there, in two: suitcases, time zones, waiting, multiplied by two.
Towels, toothbrushes, beds, multiplied by two.
Coffee, tears, smiles, multiplied by two. Everything has doubled.
While the labors lived together, shared side by side, hand in hand, become one.
(Alessandro D’Avenia)

Telling someone ‘I love you’ is like saying ‘You should live forever’.
(Madeleine Engle)

I love how love loves. I know of no other reason to love you than to love you. What do you want me to tell you besides telling you that I love you, if what I want to tell you is that I love you? (Fernando Pessoa) Love is the fact that you are for me the knife with which I rummage inside myself. (Franz Kafka)

There is a love that never dies, further than the gods. Can you explain that I am a philosopher? (Baustelle)

I love you. I love you because all the loves of the world are like different rivers that flow towards the same sea: there they meet and turn into a unique love, which becomes rain and blesses the earth.
“I love you like a river that allows vegetation and flowers to grow with the passage of its water. I love you like a river that restores those who are thirsty and transports people to where they want to go.
“I love you like a river that understands when a waterfall must rush impetuously and go slowly and rest in a depression in the ground. I love you because we are all born in the same place, from the same source, which continues to feed on ever-changing waters. That’s why, when we feel heartbroken and weak, all we have to do is wait. Spring returns, the snows of winter melt and their water gives us new energy.
“I love you like a river that is born thin and lonely on a mountain and, little by little, grows, joins other rivers, swells and manages to overcome any obstacle to get where it wants.
(Paulo Coelho)

If your feelings are the same as in April, say it now. My affection and my desires are unchanged, but your word will silence me forever. If instead your feelings had changed, I must tell you: you have bewitched me body and soul and I love you … I love you … I love you. And from now on I don’t want to separate from you anymore.
(Matthew Macfadyen)

I love you, I’ve always loved you, I’ve loved you for generations. My father loved you before me, my grandfather before him.
(Alessandro Bergonzoni)

I would like to do with you what spring does with cherry trees.
(Pablo Neruda)

Even if people aren’t what you want, it doesn’t mean you don’t love them anymore.
(Valentina D’Urbano)

I love you, because you have placed your hand on my pounding heart, regardless of the stupid and useless things that you cannot fail to notice. And why did you take out the beautiful and bright elements that no one else has ever looked for and found you.
(Roy Croft)

I love you because the whole universe has conspired to get me to you.
(Paulo Coelho)

And I love you, I love you, and it’s a continuous crash! …
(Giuseppe Ungaretti)

My first, my last, for me everything
and the answer to all my dreams
You are my sun, my moon, my guiding star
My kind of wonder,
this is what you are.
(Barry White)

I love you. I know all the weight of this word – horror and wonder – yet I tell you, almost calmly. I have used it so little in my life, and so badly, that it is like new to me.
(Cesare Pavese)

I love you not for who you are but for who I am when I am with you.
(Gabriel Garcia Marquez)

To say “I love you” the Yanomami Indians use these words: “YA PIHI IRAKEMA” which translated sounds like this: “I HAVE BEEN CONTAMINATED BY YOU” … that is … A part of you has entered me, where it lives and grows.
(David Servan-Schreiber)

I love you and will love you to the death, and if there is a life after that, I will love you then.
(Cassandra Claire)

I love you as if
you were flying over the sea for the first time in an airplane I love you as something that moves in me
when the dusk descends on Istanbul little by little
I love you as if I said God is praised I am alive.
(Nazim Hikmet)

I loved you before I knew it and maybe that’s just how you love it. (PC Freitas)

Love and do what you want. (St. Augustine)

I love you not for who you are but for who I am when I am with you. (Gabriel Garcia Marquez)

Love that exempts no one loved from loving in return. (Dante Alighieri)

If you don’t love me, I will never be loved. If I don’t love you, I will never love. (Samuel Beckett)

I love you. I love you because all the loves of the world are like different rivers that flow towards the same sea: there they meet and turn into a unique love, which becomes rain and blesses the earth. (Paulo Coelho)

I love and don’t love, I’m crazy and I’m not crazy. (Anacreon)

If I had to choose between breathing and loving you, I would use my last breath to tell you I love you. (DeAnna Anderson)

I love you because the whole universe has conspired to get me to you. (Paulo Coelho)

What is irritating about love is that it is a crime in which we need an accomplice. (Charles Baudelaire)

The I-love you is without nuances. It suppresses explanations, adjustments, graduations, scruples. (Roland Barthes)

I love you. I know all the weight of this word – horror and wonder – yet I tell you, almost calmly. I have used it so little in my life, and so badly, that it is like new to me. (Cesare Pavese)

His love was eternal. When his wife died, he took another. (Wilhelm Busch)

I hate you and I love you. How can he do this, maybe you ask yourself. I don’t know, but I feel that it happens and I torment myself. Odi et amo. Quare id faciam, fortasse requiris. Nescio, sed fieri sentio et excrucior. (Catullo)

I love you. You are too important a thought to be held in one hand, you are a recurring song in my dreams. Love is a word of light, written by a hand of light, on a page of light. (Khalil Gibran)

Who loves you makes you cry (Miguel de Cervantes)

If I truly loved a person, I would love the world, I would love life. If I can say to another “I love you”, I must be able to say “I love everyone in you, I love the world through you, I love myself too. (Erich Fromm)

But what would your love be like without your grudges? (Pablo Armando Fernàndez)

I love you terribly, if a flower bloomed every time I think of you, every desert would be full of it (Khalil Gibran)

She said I love you and I say I love you! She always said and I always said! (Victor Hugo)

Perfect love means loving that person who will make us unhappy. (Søren Kierkegaard)

If I knew these are the last minutes I see you, I would say “I love you” and I wouldn’t foolishly assume that you already know. (Gabriel Garcia Marquez)

I love how love loves. I know of no other reason to love you than to love you. What do you want me to say besides telling you that I love you, if what I want to say is that I love you? (Fernando Pessoa)

Perhaps there is also a strong element of curiosity in maternal love. (Friedrich Nietzsche)

I love you and if it is not enough for you also the clouds will catch and I will bring them tamed and it will rain on you when in the summer you don’t sleep. And if it’s not enough for you to stop time I’ll stop the planets in flight and if you don’t just fuck yourself. (Stefano Benni)

In love there is always someone who gives a kiss and someone who offers a cheek. (French proverb)

I love you. I have no thought that is not yours; I have no desire in my blood other than for you. You know. I don’t see any other companion in my life, I don’t see any other joy. Stay. Get some rest. Don’t be afraid of anything. Sleep on my heart tonight. (Gabriele D’annunzio)

And I love you, I love you, and it’s a continuous crash! … (Giuseppe Ungaretti)

Even though I said “I love you” to many and I had dates and kissed others, after all I only loved you … (Frida Kahlo)

I love you for all the women I haven’t met. I love you for all the seasons that I haven’t lived. (Paul Eluard)

Love is very fruitful of honey and gall. (Plautus)

Immature love says: I love you because I need you. Mature love says: I need you because I love you. (Erich Fromm)

Faith in the existence of other human beings as such is love. (Simone Weil)

I can’t have you but, since I love you, I can be you. (Jacques Prévert)

Two people mutually say “I love you”, or think so, and each means a different thing, a different life, even perhaps a different color or a different aroma, in the abstract sum of impressions that constitutes the activity of the soul. (Fernando Pessoa)

The quarrels of lovers renew love (Terenzio)

Children begin to love their parents. After some time they judge them. Rarely, or perhaps never, do they forgive them. (Oscar Wilde).

“I love you” these meager words which, announced by a lip or by an adored gaze, have opened so many skies of glory and opened up so many abysses of infamy, these words that plutonize the blood and rekindle the parent virtue of ideas and de ‘ children, these words of which the most unfortunate of men, the last of mortals, was at least in his life benefited, I never heard. Long years I waited for them, spying on them in the black storms and in the calm of the sea, in the gray malice or in the brown pity of the beautiful eyes that kidnapped mine, blushing, paling at their presence; and they never came. My youth disappeared in the meantime, and here I am still sitting, almost made of stone with it, on this oceanic rock that seems from afar so superb and it is expressed so poor,

And like every day, I love you more
today more than yesterday and less than tomorrow
(Rosemonde Gerard)

I love you – this word is the most mysterious there is, the only one worthy of being commented on over the centuries. The “o” of the last word is hardly heard, flaps its wings and flies away.
(Christian Bobin)

I love you.
Three seconds to say it.
Three hours to explain it.
And a whole life to try it.
(Anonymous)

I love you not for who you are but for who I am when I am with you.
(Roy Croft)

I love you, you love me, this is what my heart wants; you love me, I love you, this is true happiness.
(Marie-Jeanne Roland de la Platière)

I loved you before I knew it
and maybe that’s just how you love it.
(Pedro Chagas Freitas)

And I love you too much, I say it with ardor, with faith, from dream to dream, I changed the universe, I went into yours.
(Paul Eluard, letter to Gala)

To say “I love you” the Yanomami Indians use these words: “YA PIHI IRAKEMA” which translated sounds like this: “I HAVE BEEN CONTAMINATED BY YOU” … that is … A part of you has entered me, where it lives and grows.
(David Servan-Schreiber)

I love you so much that it scares the stars – Je t’aime à en faire peur aux étoiles.
(Christian Bobin)

What is the difference between “I like you” and “I love you”?
Buddha replies: when you like a flower, you take it. When you love a flower, you water it all day.
Whoever understands this understands life.
(Buddha)

“Love you”.
“Mmh, they say I love you …”
“No, I love you.”
“I do not understand”.
“I love you is in the present, loving you endlessly.”
(Anonymous)

If you don’t love me, I will never be loved.
If I don’t love you, I will never love.
(Samuel Beckett)

Two people mutually say “I love you”, or think so, and each means a different thing, a different life, even perhaps a different color or a different aroma, in the abstract sum of impressions that constitutes the activity of the soul.
(Fernando Pessoa)

“I love you” is a word too big for me,
but too small for what I feel for you.
(Anonymous)

Nocturnal birds catch the first stars that shine like my soul when I love you.
(Pablo Neruda)

I can’t have you but, since I love you, I can be you.
(Jacques Prévert)

“I love you to die”
But I want gods I love you to live.
(Anonymous)

I love you not only for what you are,
but for what I am when I am with you.
I love you not only for what you have done with yourself,
but for what you are doing with me.
I love you for the part of me you can pull out.
(Elizabeth Barrett Browing)

I love you wildly, madly, infinitely.
(Boris Pasternak, Doctor Živago)

Come with me?
Are we going to swing between a “I love you” and a sunset until we lose all our points of view?
(Fabrizio Caramagna)

Okay, here it is. Your choice is simple, she or me. I’m sure she is a great woman, but see I love you, in a truly incredible way, I try to love your musical tastes, I leave you the last piece of cake, I could jump from the highest mountain if you asked me and what brings me to hate you pushes me to love you so take me, choose me, love me.
(From the Grey’s Anatomy TV series)

I love you: These love phrases that are so repeated are never the same. They all have the same sound, but each has a virgin and alone life, if you can grasp it. And never tire of repeating the same words: you will experience the emotion that the soul feels when it sees the first star appear and then, as the night progresses, it sees it repeat itself in other stars, with different reflections and a single soul.
(Pedro Salinas)

If I love you so badly, it’s because I love you too much.
(Paul Géraldy)

Telling someone ‘I love you’ is like saying ‘You should live forever’.
(Madeleine Engle)

We women always misrepresent the words of men. When they say “I love you” we make crazy trips. Understanding “I love you”.
(egyzia, Twitter)

Dear homi sapiens sapiens, stay calm and do not fear. Saying “I love you” for once does not create impotence or hiring.
(Luciana Littizzetto)

Look at me when I feel invisible. Embrace me when I feel fragile. Smile at me when I feel lost. Meanwhile, I love you, always.
(GinevraCardinal, Twitter)

I’ve thought about it a lot, and the result is that I love you. I love you when you’re cold and it’s 30 degrees outside. I love you when it takes you an hour to order a sandwich. I love the wrinkle that comes to you when you look at me like I’m crazy. I like that after a day spent with you, I still smell your perfume on my golf … and I’m happy that you are the last person I chatted with before falling asleep in the evening. And it’s not because I feel alone. And it’s not because it’s New Year’s Eve. I came tonight because when you notice that you want to spend the rest of your life with someone, you want the rest of your life to start as soon as possible.
(from the movie Harry introduce you to Sally)

A hundred hearts would be too few to contain all my love for you. I love you
(Anonymous)

If I had to choose between breathing and loving you, I would use my last breath to tell you I love you.
(DeAnna Anderson)

My love, I don’t love you for you or me and not even for both of us together, I don’t love you because the blood calls me to love you, I love you because you are not mine, because you are on the opposite side, where you invite me to jump and I am not capable of it, because in the deepest of possession you are not in me, I do not reach you, I do not go beyond your body, your laughter, there are hours when your love for me is a torment.
(Julio Cortázar)

– Terry: I love you.
– Calvero: Wasting love on an old man?
– Terry: Love is never wasted.
(From the movie Limelight)

The I-love you is without nuances. It suppresses explanations, adjustments, graduations, scruples.
(Roland Barthes)

To say I love you to someone is perhaps the supreme human prayer.
(Georges Dor)

Beware of grammar.
“Little” is not “little”,
“there” is not “there”,
“I” is not “I have”
“I too” is not “I love you”
(Fabrizio Caramagna)

It is curious how you always love yourself, even when I don’t love you.
(Marguerite Duras)

I love you. I know all the weight of this word – horror and wonder – yet I tell you, almost calmly. I have used it so little in my life, and so badly, that it is like new to me.
(Cesare Pavese)

When I love you and you love me, we are each like the mirror of the other,
and reflecting on each other in the mirror of the other, we see the infinite.
(Leo Buscaglia)

In a parallel universe where nights without darkness last for years and where defending yourself is of no use, we are already saying “I love you” like nobody ever does.
(ilcontenudo, Twitter)

I love you.
You are too important a thought
to be held in one hand,
you are a recurring song in my dreams.
Love is a word of light,
written by a hand of light,
on a page of light.
(Khalil Gibran)

I love you and will love you to the death, and if there is a life after that, I will love you then.
(Cassandra Claire)

I think that when you love someone, when you really love someone, you start to see the world through their eyes.
(Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie)

Such a force of charm and of all perfections, which almost cannot be united in one person. But not for this I love you. I love you like this, not for a reason.
(Aleksandr Aleksandrovič Blok)

You pull the tax close, I the wind that opens it
Because I love you and I love
you Always you the coin and I the adoration that gives it value
(Odisseas Elitis)

If you don’t love me, I love you enough for both of you.
(Ernest Hemingway)

I love you for the love that the eye has
for its twin eye, for the
love that the hand has for the other hand, for the
love that thoughts have
for those words in which they immerse themselves …
(Nichita Stănescu)

Sometimes it is said, “I love you, but …”. Yet the “but” erases the ‘I love you’. In love there are no ‘but’ or ‘if’ or ‘when’. Love is here, and always. Without beginning, without end. It is the condition of the heart. It is not a feeling that comes and goes based on the whim of emotions. (…) Saying “I love you, but …” is like saying: “I don’t love at all”.
(Coco J. Ginger)

If I truly loved a person, I would love the world, I would love life. If I can say to another “I love you”, I must be able to say “I love everyone in you, I love the world through you, I love myself too.
(Erich Fromm)

I love you: I can’t write anything else, I only find this one sentence to write it, it is you who taught me to pronounce it properly, with enormous slowness, detaching every word, with a slowness of centuries.
(Christian Bobin)

It would be a better world if “I love you” and “Goodbye” could only be said once in a lifetime. And never to the same person.
(Mheathcliff)

Sometimes a “I love you” is just a “I love you” who is afraid of the consequences.
(istintomaximo)

And how many times have I said “I love you”, in all those “hello, how are you?”
(Andreapoles79)

I love you terribly, if a flower bloomed every time I think of you, every desert would be full of it
(Khalil Gibran)

EGO – three letters that keep us from saying three words: “I love you”
(Fabrizio Caramagna)

“I love you,” she said and they laughed together. Then one day she said “I hate you” and they cried. But not together.
(Peanuts)

If I knew these are the last minutes I see you, I would say “I love you” and I wouldn’t foolishly assume that you already know.
(Gabriel Garcia Marquez)

I don’t love you anymore, but I always love you. I don’t want to know you anymore, but I can’t do without you.
(George Sand)

I love you. Three syllables, two words, a smile.
(Anonymous)

It works like this. At some point I go away and say that I don’t love you anymore. Then you stop me, hug me and say: do nothing, I love you.
(CeciliaSeppia, Twitter)

How would you feel if I told you I love you?
It is simply something I would like to do.
I’m taking my time, spending my life falling in love with you more and more deeply, so tell me that you love me too.
(Ed Sheeran)

I love how love loves.
I know of no other reason to love you than to love you.
What do you want me to say besides telling you that I love you,
if what I want to say is that I love you?
(Fernando Pessoa)

I love you, it’s like saying that I love you the difference that prevents you from being different.
(Roger Judrin)

I love you without knowing how, when or where,
I love you directly without problems or pride:
so I love you because I can’t love otherwise
(Pablo Neruda)

– I love you.
– Why … why do you love me?
– Because I started living when I met you …
(From the movie My big fat Greek wedding)

“I love you”
“I don’t see the reason”
“In fact there is only madness left.”
(serafinobandini, Twitter)

Ah, how hard it costs me to
love you as I love you!
(Federico Garcia Lorca)

And I love you, I love you, and it’s a continuous crash! …
(Giuseppe Ungaretti)

Add your joys
subtract your pains,
multiply for yourself and me
but never divide by another …
because I love you.
(Anonymous)

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