lust Quotes

Seven of the best book quotes about lust
  1. #1
    “Lust and dull slumber and the lazy hours
    Have well nigh banished virtue from mankind.
    Hence have man’s nature and his treacherous mind
    Left their free course, enmeshed in sin’s soft bowers.
    The very light of heaven hath lost its powers
    Mid fading ways our loftiest dreams to find;
    Men jeer at him whose footsteps are inclined
    Where Helicon from dewy fountains showers.
    Who seeks the laurel? who the myrtle twines?
    ‘Wisdom, thou goest a beggar and unclad,’
    So scoffs the crowd, intent on worthless gain.
    Few are the hearts that prize the poet’s lines:
    Yet, friend, the more I hail thy spirit glad!
    Let not the glory of thy purpose wane!”
  2. #2
    “Life was created in the valleys. It blew up onto the hills on the old yours, the old lusts, the old despairs. That’s why you must walk up the hills do you can ride down.”
  3. #3
    No. No games. He wanted her and didn’t care who knew it. He definitely and absolutely wanted her, longed for her.
  4. #4
    “Men are not justified by calling those actions involuntary, which are done by reason of Anger or Lust.”
  5. #5
    “The carnal sinners are condemn’d, in whom Reason by lust is sway’d.”
  6. #6
    “The Doors of Hell
    Are threefold, whereby men to ruin pass,--
    The door of Lust, the door of Wrath, the door
    Of Avarice. Let a man shun those three!”
  7. #7
    “Lust, I suspect, wears repatent stilettos, that feather boa and not much else. Maybe glossy red lipstick.”