Romance Quotes

Most films these days are men's stories. Women are for add-on romance. That's very hard.

Uma Thurman

I love romance. It goes back to the films I watched as a kid.

Ewan McGregor

I'm not cynical about marriage or romance. I enjoyed being married. And although being single was fun for a while, there was always the risk of dating someone who'd owned a lunch box with my picture on it.

Shaun Cassidy

Romance is a love affair in other than domestic surroundings.

Sir Walter Raleigh

To most men any romance which runs beyond the limits of an episode becomes a nuisance.


Love happens. Yet, Romance, like any skill, improves with practice. So, practice, practice, practice!

Laura Teresa Marquez

Romance has been elegantly defined as the offspring of fiction and love.

Benjamin Disraeli

But some love not the method of your first; Romance they count it, throw't away as dust; If I should meet with such, what should I say; Must I slight them as they slight me, or nay

John Buchan

Romance is a love affair in other that domestic surroundings

Walter Raleigh, Sr

Away with old Romance! Away with novels, plots and plays of foreign courts; Away with love-verses, sugar'd in rhyme, the intrigues, amours of idlers; Fitted for only banquets of the night where dancers to late music slide; The unhealthy pleasures, ex

John Keats

Romance, like the rabbit at the dog track, is the elusive, fake, and never attained reward which, for the benefit and amusement of our masters, keeps us running and thinking in safe circles

Beverly Jones

Wave after wave of love flooded the stage and washed over me, the beginning of the one great durable romance of my life

Bette Davis

In a great romance, each person basically plays a part that the other really likes

Elizabeth Ashley

They spoil every romance by trying to make it last forever

Oscar Wilde

When the boys come into my yard for leave to gather horse-chestnuts, I own I enter into nature's game, and affect to grant the permission reluctantly, fearing that any moment they will find out the imposture of that showy chaff. But this tenderness is quite unnecessary; the enchantments are laid on very thick. Their young life is thatched with them. Bare and grim to tears is the lot of the children in the hovel I saw yesterday; yet not the less they hang it round with frippery romance, like the children of the happiest fortune.

Ralph Waldo Emerson
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