burning desire love

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  • But, last Sunday, he seen her in church and his natural burning desire for the maid took a-hold of him and he followed her up to Copse Forge and kissed her and the Guiser come out of the smithy and seen them.

    Death of a Fool

  • It just did not seem to me that the assignment was the best place for a forty-year-old colonel with a wealth of jet fighter experience and'a burning desire to go and fight another war.

    Thud Ridge

  • Wednesday night, November 28: Priscilla stopped off at Ernie Steele's Bar & Grill, where she proceeded to get intoxicated enough to forget where she had parked her bicycle (which she then abandoned), but not so intoxicated as to give in to the burning desire to call Dr. Dannyboy.

    La insistencia de Jürgen Fauth

  • The missionary fields of America were proving a strong attraction to the zealous clergy of his day, and Labat became filled with a burning desire to assist in the evangelization of the Indians.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 8: Infamy-Lapparent

  • “Shall we just say that Sir Henry suddenly felt a burning desire to return to the good Burghers of Paglesham.”

    Sharpe's Eagle

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