The quarrel of lovers is the renewal of love. ~Moroccan Proverb

Love is like a baby: it needs to be treated tenderly. ~Congolese Proverb

The cabin of a loved one is never too far away. ~Bantu Proverb

You know who you love, but you can't know who loves you. ~Nigerian Proverb

Love and let the world know, hate in silence. ~Egyptian Proverb

If love is torn apart you cannot stitch the pieces together again. ~Malagasy Proverb

Let your love be like the misty rain, coming softly, but flooding the river. ~Liberian & Madagascan Proverb

Love is like young rice: transplanted, still it grows. ~Malagasy Proverb

When an only kolanut is presented with love, it carries with it more value than might otherwise be associated with a whole pod of several kolanuts. ~Nigerian Proverb

Love for something makes a man blind and deaf. ~Sudanese Proverb

One who marries for love alone will have bad days but good nights. ~Egyptian Proverb

Lovers do not hide their nakedness. ~Congolese Proverb

If the full moon loves you, why worry about the stars? ~Tunisian Proverb

If anybody makes you laugh, it is not always because he loves you. ~Kikuyu Proverb

If love is a sickness, patience is the remedy. ~Cameroonian Proverb

Don't be so much in love that you can't tell when it's raining. ~Malagasy Proverb

A loved one has no pimples. ~Kenyan Proverb

Coffee and love taste best when hot. ~Ethiopian Proverb

Love is better than a whip. ~Nigerian Proverb

Don't try to make someone hate the person he loves, for he will still go on loving, but he will hate you. ~Senegalese Proverb

To love someone who does not love you, is like shaking a tree to make the dew drops fall. ~Congolese Proverb

When one is in love, a cliff becomes a meadow. ~Ethiopian Proverb

Love is just like rice -- plant it elsewhere and it grows. ~Malagasy Proverb

Do not treat your loved one like a swinging door: you are fond of it but you push it back and forth. ~Madagascan Proverb

He who loves, loves you with your dirt. ~Ugandan Proverb

Talking with one another is loving one another. ~Kenyan Proverb

The one who loves an unsightly person is the one who makes him beautiful. ~Ganda Proverb

He may say that he loves you, wait and see what he does for you. ~Senegalese Proverb

The best part of happiness lies is in the secret heart of a lover. ~Ugandan Proverb

Even as the archer loves the arrow that flies, so too he loves the bow that remains constant in his hands. ~Nigerian Proverb

To love the king is not bad, but a king who loves you is better. ~Wolof Proverb

Where there is love there is no darkness. ~Burundian Proverb

If there is cause to hate someone, the cause to love has just begun. ~Wolof Proverb

It is better to be loved than feared. ~Proverb from Senegal & Sierra Leone

Happiness requires something to do, something to love and something to hope for. ~Swahili Proverb

Let your love be like drizzle: it comes softly, but still swells the river. ~Malagasy Proverb

Love is a despot who spares no one. ~Namibian Proverb