What special affinities appeared to him to exist between the moon and woman?
…in cavities of the earth, beneath removable stones, in hives and mounds, of microbes, germs, bacteria, bacilli, spermatozoa: of the incalculable trillions of billions of millions of imperceptible molecules contained by cohesion of molecular affinity in a single pinhead: of the universe of human serum constellated with red and white bodies, themselves universes of void space constellated with other bodies, each, in continuity, its universe of divisible component bodies of which each was…
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She thinks deeply and has an affinity for others with the same kind of mind.
the Moor replies that he you hurt is of great fame in Cyprus and great affinity
William Shakespeare -- Othello, the Moor of Venice