Lucrezia Borgia quotes

  • Oh, what is young love! The urge of the race. A blaze that ends in babies or ashes.

  • Young love is so ridiculous, as is middle-aged and old love. And it's also hilarious. When have you ever felt so vulnerable and wonderful and terrible at the same time?

  • Young lovers are always doomed.

  • Trust me--with women worth the being won, The softest lover ever best succeeds.

  • True debauchery is liberating because it creates no obligations. In it you possess only yourself, hence it remains the favorite pastime of the great lovers of their own person.

  • Religions survive mainly because they brainwash the young.

  • When I was young, I would sit in the bath and ideas would come to me. But I'm not young any more, so now I just sit in the bath.

  • I started playing music when I was really young.

  • When you're young, you haven't the experience, when you're old you haven't the strength.

  • Even though I was young, I could see the pain of the flesh and the worth of the pain.