The French language is rich in love and romanticism. Explore the article below to learn the various French love quotes.

French Love Quotes

Of course no one does it better than the French. When the world was caught in trade and wars the French were making a name for themselves in another field. That is why they are still now considered an authority in all matters concerning love. The French have moulded their language, their culture, their cuisine and their lifestyle in such a way that it is considered a celebration of love. The French language itself appears to be the most romantic language in the world as it sounds more like music to the ears. So, when the world needs love they turn to the French. Though love quotes are available in every language and culture it is the French love quotes that remain unbeaten and perhaps the most thrown about by wandering Romeos to unsuspecting Juliet’s. For centuries France has been the centre of arts and culture and which fostered writers and artists to delve into the recesses of human emotions to produce works that set to lighten the way for ages to come. So, if you want to impress someone with the profound French love quotes then go through the French love quotations and sayings given below.
French Love Quotations & Sayings
Jules Renard
  • “Love is like an hourglass, with the heart filling up, as the brain empties.”
  • “Love is the exchange of two fantasies and the contact of two skins.”
Antoine de Saint-Exupery                                                                                
  • “Life has taught us that love does not consist in gazing at each other, but in looking outward together in the same direction.”
George Sand
  • “There is only one happiness in this life, to love and be loved.”
Charles Augustin Sainte-Beuve
  • “Tell me who admires you and loves you and I will tell you who you are.” 
Marcel Proust
  • “We love only what we do not wholly possess.”
 Anna de Noailles
  • “Nothing is real but dreams and love.” 
Madame de Lafayette
  • “One is very weak when one is in love.” 
Madeleine de Scudery
  • “Love makes life's sweetest pleasures and worst misfortunes.” 
Honoré de Balzac
  • “Love is the poetry of the senses.”
  • “Love is the only passion that cares not about the past or the future.”
 Albert Camus                             
  • “That's love: giving everything, sacrificing all without hope of returns.”
Paul Léautaud                                                              
  • “Love is preferring another to yourself.”
  • “Love is finding pleasure in seeing, touching, feeling through all the senses, being as close as possible to a lovable object that loves us.”
Edith Piaf
  • “When he takes me in his arms and speaks to me softly I see the world through rose-colored glasses.”
Honoré d'URFÉ
  • “The price of Love, is simply Love.... One must love if one wants to be loved.” 
Marceline Desbordes-Valmore
  • “Two hearts in love need no words.”
  • “To love and be loved will be the greatest event in our lives.”
  • “To live without love is not to properly live.” 
Emile Zola
  • “Love, like swallows, brings luck to a home.” 
Victor Hugo
  • “Love is an ocean and a woman is the shore.” 
  • “The only true language in the world is a kiss.” 
  • “True love is like a sigh from the heart... it teaches in a moment everything one ought to say.”
Paul Valéry
  • “Everything is magic in the relationship between a man and a woman.”
  • “I should like to lie at your feet and die in your arms.”
  • “Love is the cloth which imagination embroiders.”

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