Then straight the first did turn himself to me
And cried, 'He lieth, for
his name is Shame,
But I am Love, and I was wont to be
Alone in this fair garden, till he came
Unasked by night; I am true Love, I fill
The hearts of boy and girl with mutual flame.'
Then sighing, said the other, 'Have thy will,
I am the love that dare not speak its name.'"
(Alfred "Bosie" Douglas, Two Loves)