Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 11 Oct 2011 14:10 and updated at 11 Oct 2011 14:10


tkl.1.2.01 If Love and Virtue in the household reign,
tkl.1.2.01 If the married life possess Love and Virtue, these will be both its duty and reward.
tkl.1.2.04 1.2.4. The Possession of Love
tkl.1.2.04 And is there bar that can even Love restrain?
tkl.1.2.04 Is there any fastening that can shut in Love Tears of the affectionate will publish the Love that is within.
tkl.1.2.04 Those who are destitute of Love appropriate all they have to themselves; but those who possess Love consider even their bones to belong to others.
tkl.1.2.04 The union yields one Fruit, the life of Love alone.
tkl.1.2.04 They say that the union of Soul and body in man is the Fruit of the union of Love and Virtue (in a former birth).
tkl.1.2.04 From Love fond yearning springs for union sweet of minds;
tkl.1.2.04 Love begets Desire: and that Desire() begets the immeasureable excellence of Friendship.
tkl.1.2.04 These are the Fruits of tranquil life of Love.
tkl.1.2.04 They say that the felicity which those who, after enjoying the Pleasure (of the conjugal state) in this world, obtain in Heaven is the result of their domestic state imbued with Love.
tkl.1.2.04 The unwise deem Love Virtue only can sustain,
tkl.1.2.04 The ignorant say that Love is an ally to Virtue only, but it is also a help to get out of Vice.
tkl.1.2.04 Virtue will burn up the Soul which is without Love, even as the Sun burns up the creature which is without bone, i.e. worms.
tkl.1.2.04 The domestic state of that man whose mind is without Love is like the flourishing of a withered tree upon the parched desert.
tkl.1.2.04 What good, when Soul within, of Love devoid, lies halt and maimed?
tkl.1.2.04 Of what avail are all the external members (of the body) to those who are destitute of Love, the internal member.
tkl.1.2.04 Then is the body Seat of life, when Love resides within.
tkl.1.2.04 That body alone which is inspired with Love contains a living soul: if void of it, (the body) is bone overlaid with skin.
tkl.1.2.06 Pleasant words are words with all pervading Love that burn;
tkl.1.2.06 Sweet words are those which imbued with Love and free from Deceit flow from the mouth of the virtuous.
tkl.1.2.07 (The wise) will remember throughout their Seven fold births the Love of those who have wiped away their affliction.
tkl.1.2.11 Indulge no foolish Love of her by right another s own.
tkl.1.2.17 If a man Love himself, let him not commit any sin however small.
tkl.1.2.18 The Wealth of men who Love the fitting way, the truly wise,
tkl.1.3.10 The Love of the Soul to the body is like (the Love of) a Bird to its Egg which it flies away from and leaves empty.
tkl.1.3.12 Purity (of mind) consists in Freedom from Desire; and that Freedom( from Desire) is the Fruit of the Love of truth.
tkl.2.1.02 The learners learn to Love their cherished lore.
tkl.2.1.06 If, to your Foes unknown, you cherish what you Love,
tkl.2.1.14 A loyal Love with Wisdom, Clearness, Mind from Avarice free;
tkl.2.1.14 Let the choice (of a King) fall upon him who largely possesses these Four things, Love, Knowledge, a clear Mind and Freedom from Covetousness.
tkl.2.1.15 The gift of kin s unfailing Love bestows
tkl.2.1.15 If (a man s) relatives remain attached to him with unchanging Love, it will be a source of ever increasing Wealth.
tkl.2.1.17 The World will constantly embrace the feet of the great King who rules over his subjects with Love.
tkl.2.1.20 Those who Desire (to cultivate that degree of) urbanity which all shall Love, even after swallowing the poison served to them by their Friends, will be Friendly with them.
tkl.2.2.05 Benevolence high birth, the courtesy Kings Love:
tkl.2.2.05 Love, Knowledge, Power of chosen words, Three things,
tkl.2.2.05 Love (to his Sovereign), Knowledge (of his affairs), and a discriminating Power of Speech (before other Sovereigns) are the Three sine qua non qualifications of an Ambassador.
tkl.2.3.03 Wealth gained by loss of Love and grace,
tkl.2.3.03 Kings() should rather avoid than seek the accumulation of Wealth which does not flow in with Mercy and Love.
tkl.2.3.03 Tis Love that kindliness as offspring bears:
tkl.2.3.03 The Child Mercy which is borne by Love grows under the care of the rich nurse of Wealth.
tkl.2.3.06 The Love that dwells (merely in the smiles of the face is not Friendship; (but) that which dwells deep in the smiles of the Heart is true Friendship.
tkl.2.3.08 Cease not to Love, when Friend their Love betrays.
tkl.2.3.08 Even Enemies will Love those who have never changed in their affection to their long standingFriends.
tkl.2.3.09 Their Love had better die away than grow.
tkl.2.3.09 The decrease of Friendship with those who look as if they would eat you up (through excess of Love) while they are really destitute of Goodness is far better than its increase.
tkl.2.3.09 Of what avail is it to get or lose the Friendship of those who Love when there is gain and leave when there is none
tkl.2.3.09 Avoid even the least approach to a contraction of Friendship with those who would Love you in private but ridicule you in public.
tkl.2.3.10 The Friendship of those who seem to be Friends while they are not, will change like the Love of Women.
tkl.2.3.10 One should fear the deceitful who smile sweetly with their face but never Love with their Heart.
tkl.2.3.10 In nothing whatever is it proper to rely on the words of those who do not Love with their Heart.
tkl.2.3.10 It is the duty of Kings to affect great Love but make it die (inwardly); as regard those Foes who shew them great Friendship but despise them (in their Heart).
tkl.2.3.10 When one s Foes begin to affect Friendship, one should Love them with one s looks, and, cherishing no Love in the Heart, give up (even the former).
tkl.2.3.11 Mid follies chiefest folly is to fix your Love
tkl.2.3.14 No kinsman s Love, no strength of Friends has he;
tkl.2.3.18 Who give their Soul to Love of Wife acquire not nobler gain;
tkl.2.3.18 Who gives himself to Love of Wife, careless of noble name
tkl.2.3.18 Folly, that springs from overweening Woman s Love, is never found.
tkl.2.3.19 Those that choice Armlets wear who seek not thee with Love,
tkl.2.3.19 As Demoness who lures to ruin Woman s treacHerous Love
tkl.2.3.20 Who Love the Palm s intoxicating juice, each day,
tkl.2.3.21 As the gambler Loves (his Vice) the more he loses by it, so does the Soul Love (the body) the more it suffers through it.
tkl.2.4.01 If lack of Love appear in those who bear some goodly name,
tkl.2.4.04 Love, Modesty, Beneficence, benignant Grace,
tkl.2.4.06 Who Love abandon, self afflict, and Virtue s way forsake
tkl.2.4.09 For those who ve left what all men Love no place is found,
tkl.2.4.11 When none are found to Love the askers role?
tkl.3.1.00 3.1 The Pre marital Love
tkl.3.1.01 But Love hath rare felicity For those that only see!
tkl.3.1.01 Unlike boiled honey which yields delight only when it is drunk, Love gives Pleasure even when looked at.
tkl.3.1.02 3.1.2. Recognition of the Signs (of Mutual Love)
tkl.3.1.02 Is more than half of Love s supreme delight.
tkl.3.1.02 On springing shoot of Love its Water shed!
tkl.3.1.02 She has looked (at men) and stooped (her head); and that (sign) Waters as it were (the Corn of) our Love.
tkl.3.1.02 Her Love, by smiling side long glance, betrayed.
tkl.3.1.02 The slighting words that Anger feign, while Eyes their Love reveal.
tkl.3.1.02 Are signs of those that Love, but would their Love conceal.
tkl.3.1.02 The look indifferent, that would its Love disguise,
tkl.3.1.02 When eye to answering eye reveals the tale of Love,
tkl.3.1.03 These are the Fruits from wedded Love obtained.
tkl.3.1.03 Love quarrel, reconciliation and Intercourse these are the advantages reaped by those who marry for Lust.
tkl.3.1.04 Bright as her face, thou shouldst be Love of mine.
tkl.3.1.05 3.1.5. Declaration of Love s special Excellence
tkl.3.1.05 The Love between me and this Damsel is like the union of body and soul.
tkl.3.1.05 For her with beauteous brow, the maid I Love, there place is none;
tkl.3.1.05 My Love doth ever in my Eyes reside;
tkl.3.1.05 Her Love estranged is gone! the Village cries.
tkl.3.1.05 Her Love estranged is gone far off! the Village cries.
tkl.3.1.06 To those who ve proved Love s joy, and now afflicted mourn,
tkl.3.1.06 Love s rushing tide will sweep away the raft
tkl.3.1.06 Who, vexed by Love like ocean waves, climbs not the Horse of Palm
tkl.3.1.06 Love deems not so, would rend the veil, and court publicity!
tkl.3.1.06 There s no one knows my Heart, so says my Love,
tkl.3.1.07 The rumour rising makes my Love to rise;
tkl.3.1.07 My Love would lose its power and languish otherwise.
tkl.3.1.07 The more my Love s revealed, the sweeter tis to me!
tkl.3.1.07 Harder by scandal to extinguish Love.
tkl.3.2.00 3.2 The Post marital Love
tkl.3.2.01 If he who bestowed his Love and said "fear not" should depart, will it be the fault of those who believed in (his) assuring words
tkl.3.2.01 If he is so cruel as to mention his departure (to me), the hope that he would bestow (his Love) must be given up.
tkl.3.2.01 Fire burns the hands that touch; but smart of Love
tkl.3.2.01 Fire burns when touched; but, like the sickness of Love, can it also burn when removed
tkl.3.2.02 Sustains a Two fold burthen poised, of Love and Shame.
tkl.3.2.02 A Sea of Love, tis true, I see stretched out before,
tkl.3.2.02 A happy Love s Sea of joy; but mightier Sorrows roll
tkl.3.2.02 From unpropitious Love athwart the troubled soul.
tkl.3.2.02 I swim the cruel tide of Love, and can no shore descry,
tkl.3.2.04 If they from calling him unkind, who won my Love, refrain.
tkl.3.2.05 The bliss to be beloved by those they Love who gains,
tkl.3.2.05 Of Love the stoneless, luscious Fruit obtains.
tkl.3.2.05 The Women who are beloved by those whom they Love, have they have not got the stone less Fruit of sexual delight
tkl.3.2.05 Is tender grace by Lovers shown to those they Love.
tkl.3.2.05 The bestowal of Love by the beloved on those who Love them is like the rain raining (at the proper season) on those who live by it.
tkl.3.2.05 Who Love and are beloved to them alone
tkl.3.2.05 Unless beloved by those they Love.
tkl.3.2.05 From him I Love to me what gain can be,
tkl.3.2.05 Unless, as I Love him, he Loveth me?
tkl.3.2.05 Love on one side is bad; like balanced load
tkl.3.2.05 By porter borne, Love on both sides is good.
tkl.3.2.05 Though my beloved bestows no Love on one, still are his words sweet to my Earse.
tkl.3.2.06 Sweeter than Palm Rice Wine the joy Love brings.
tkl.3.2.06 How great is Love! Behold its Sweetness past belief!
tkl.3.2.06 This honour doth my Love on me bestow.
tkl.3.2.06 My Love who went away, but ever bides with me.
tkl.3.2.07 A message from my Love, what feast shall I prepare?
tkl.3.2.07 And if there were no waking hour, my Love
tkl.3.2.07 For those in waking hours who show no Love will grieve.
tkl.3.2.08 When absent is my Love, the evening hour descends,
tkl.3.2.09 As witness of the Lover s lack of Love appears.
tkl.3.2.10 May you live, O my soul! While he is without Love, for you to suffer is (simple) folly.
tkl.3.2.10 If thou thy Love behold, embracing, soothing all thy pain.
tkl.3.2.10 Or bid thy Love, or bid thy shame depart;
tkl.3.2.10 And still thou yearning criest: He will nor pity show nor Love to me.
tkl.3.2.11 Of Womanly reserve Love s axe breaks through the door,
tkl.3.2.11 What men call Love is the one thing of merciless power;
tkl.3.2.11 I would my Love conceal, but like a sneeze
tkl.3.2.11 But Love will come abroad, and casts away the veil.
tkl.3.2.11 The dignity that would not go after an absent Lover is not known to those who are sticken by Love.
tkl.3.2.11 When he returns my longing Heart to bless with Love.
tkl.3.2.11 I know nothing like shame when my beloved does from Love (just) what is Desired (by me).
tkl.3.2.12 I still live by longing for the arrival of him who has gone out of Love for Victory and with valour as his guide.
tkl.3.2.12 He comes again, who left my side, and I shall taste Love s joy,
tkl.3.2.12 My Heart is rid of its Sorrow and swells with rapture to think of my absent Lover returning with his Love.
tkl.3.2.13 It makes me think that I again shall live of Love bereaved.
tkl.3.2.13 The embrace that fills me with comfort and Gladness is capable of enduring (my former) Sorrow and meditating on his want of Love.
tkl.3.2.13 To show by eye the pain of Love, and for relief to pray,
tkl.3.2.13 To express their Love sickness by their Eyes and resort to begging bespeaks more than ordinary Female excellence.
tkl.3.2.14 Not Palm tree wine, but Love, yields such delight.
tkl.3.2.14 When as Palmyra tall, fulness of perfect Love we gain,
tkl.3.2.14 My Heart, forgetting all, could not its Love restrain.
tkl.3.2.14 Love is tender as an opening Flower. In season due
tkl.3.2.14 By Love o erpowered, her tenderness surpassed my own.
tkl.3.2.15 O my soul! although you have known him who does not Love me, still do you go to him, saying "he will not be displeased."
tkl.3.2.16 Be still reserved, decline his profferred Love;
tkl.3.2.16 Love without hatred is ripened Fruit;
tkl.3.2.16 What good can grieving do, when none who Love
tkl.3.2.16 So coolness for a time with those we Love.
tkl.3.2.16 Like Water in the shade, dislike is delicious only in those who Love.
tkl.3.2.16 To think within my Heart with Love is fond Desire.
tkl.3.2.17 I Love you more than all beside, T was thus I gently spoke;
tkl.3.2.18 Although there be no fault in him, the Sweetness of his Love
tkl.3.2.18 His Love will increase though it may (at first seem to) fade through the short lived distress caused by (my) dislike.
tkl.3.2.18 Within the Anger feigned that close Love s tie doth bind,
tkl.3.2.18 Though free from defects, men feel pleased when they cannot embrace the delicate shoulders of those whom they Love.
tkl.3.2.18 In Love, than union s self is Anger feigned more sweet.
tkl.3.2.18 To digest what has been eaten is more delightful than to eat more; likewise Love is more delightful in dislike than Intercourse.
tkl.3.2.18 Those are conquerors whose dislike has been defeated and that is proved by the Love (which follows).
tkl.3.2.18 Will I enjoy once more through her dislike, the Pleasure of that Love that makes her forehead perspire?
tkl.3.2.18 Dislike adds delight to Love; and a Hearty embrace (thereafter) will add delight to dislike.

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