'That's nonsense,' said the Princess; 'and if I can kiss
him, you can too.
For indeed the moonlight that fell across her bosom was not whiter than my thoughts, nor could any kiss--were it even such a kiss
as Venus promised to the betrayer of Psyche--even in its fiercest delirium, be other than dross compared with the wild white peace of those silent hours when we lay thus married and maiden side by side.
Thou could'st not prize the rose and the nightingale, but thou wast ready to kiss
the swineherd for the sake of a trumpery plaything.
"I declare I WILL kiss
you," she said, with a sudden stir at her heart.
He made up his mind to kiss
Miss Wilkinson; not then, but in the evening; it would be easier in the dark, and after he had kissed
her the rest would follow.
"Methinks thou art right," quoth Robin, "and, contrariwise, that when we kiss
a pleasure that appeareth gay it turneth foul to us; is it not so, Little John?
I!...I!...I!...And she did not die!...Oh, how good it is, daroga, to kiss
somebody on the forehead!...You can't tell!...
"Your husband," he said, smiling, "has sent me over to kiss
And she kissed
the Doctor many times, so that he giggled and blushed like a school-girl.
Glinda leaned forward and kissed
the sweet, upturned face of the loving little girl.
"Well, then, I won't; only forgive me, Sonya!" He drew her to him and kissed
"There!" he said, patting her on the back, "go and kiss
your aunt and your grandfather.