The man whose heart is endeared to the woman he loves. . .dreams of her in the night, hath her in his eye and apprehension when he awakes, museth on her as he sits at the table, walks with her when he travels. . .She lies in his bosom and his heart trusts in her, which forceth all to confess that the stream of his affections, like a mighty current, runs with full tide and strength. – Thomas Hooker (1586-1647)

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