Marcel Proust - Swann's Way - Ah, in those earliest days of love how naturally the kisses spring into life. How closely, in their abundance, are they pressed one against another; until lovers would find it as hard to count the kisses exchanged in an hour, as to count the flowers in a meadow in May.
pick reportpicture source
Copy this HTML code to share this image on your website:
Format Landscape Portrait
Color Black White
Width px

Ah, in those earliest days of love how naturally the kisses spring into life. How closely, in their abundance, are they pressed one against another; until lovers would find it as hard to count the kisses exchanged in an hour, as to count the flowers in a meadow in May.

edit
Author
Source
Topic
Date
1913
Language
English
Reference
Note
Translated by C. K. Scott Moncrieff
Weblink
Meaning, explanations and notes
 
write a note
Related quotes
More pictures
Marcel Proust - Swann's Way - Ah, in those earliest days of love how naturally the kisses spring into life. How closely, in their abundance, are they pressed one against another; until lovers would find it as hard to count the kisses exchanged in an hour, as to count the flowers in a meadow in May.
Marcel Proust - Swann's Way - Ah, in those earliest days of love how naturally the kisses spring into life. How closely, in their abundance, are they pressed one against another; until lovers would find it as hard to count the kisses exchanged in an hour, as to count the flowers in a meadow in May.
Marcel Proust - Swann's Way - Ah, in those earliest days of love how naturally the kisses spring into life. How closely, in their abundance, are they pressed one against another; until lovers would find it as hard to count the kisses exchanged in an hour, as to count the flowers in a meadow in May.
Links
Marcel Proust quotes · Swann's Way quotes · Love quotes · Flowers quotes · Kisses quotes