Aphrodisiac Quotes

Quotes tagged as "aphrodisiac" (showing 1-9 of 9)
Jean Baudrillard
“There is no aphrodisiac like innocence”
Jean Baudrillard

Dean Cavanagh
“Power is only an aphrodisiac for the living dead”
Dean Cavanagh

Santosh Kalwar
“I am an aphrodisiac.”
Santosh Kalwar, An Aphrodisiac

Andrew Holleran
“Indifference is the greatest aphrodisiac.”
Andrew Holleran, Dancer from the Dance

Melody  Lee
“He loved the curves on her body, her soft skin and pouty lower lip, her deep soulful eyes. He adored her voice; sometimes sultry, sometimes fiery. Her laugh, her playfulness... he adored it all. But what really turned him on were the curves in her mind, the twists and turns, the fire, the brilliance - and her compassionate heart; the beat of it harmonizing so sweetly and perfectly with the beat of his. The whole package was beyond thrilling... yet her mind, her heart, those were the immortal aphrodisiacs.”
Melody Lee, Moon Gypsy

“Unapologetically expressing your creativity is the best aphrodisiac.”
Euphoria Godsent

“It's a Full Moon tonight! The Moon is a source of energy for me. On these lonely nights when I am not writing or listening to music, I drown myself in moonlight! It is an aphrodisiac for me. The Moon bathes my skin with the sublime silvery rays and it transforms me into a Jackal! I become a Jackal every Full Moon night! It is a blessing as well as a curse for me. I howl, I go crazy in the silvery moon beams, and I search for nothingness. Once reached, this state of nothingness exhilarates the mind, body, and soul into a powerful limitless state that can radiate love, passion, and energy. The Jackal has risen again tonight!”
Avijeet Das

“Speed is an aphrodisiac!”
Avijeet Das

Crystal King
“Ambrosial!" Apicius said to me yet again one afternoon as we chopped beets for the evening meal.
The knife revealed dark rings with every slice. There was something precious to me about black food- sinister yet seductive. Oh, how the beet juice would look in glass goblets, the torchlight glinting off the black surface! Apicius loved beet juice, and the rumors about its powers as an aphrodisiac were always a wonderful source of conversation with his guests.”
Crystal King, Feast of Sorrow: A Novel of Ancient Rome