"Any man can seize and hold my body.
But the heart is something that can't be moved by force. Many have tried, but my heart is yours in concert with my will to love you. This is something you cannot have by force, but is given to you and you alone, willingly."
Awwwww.... (backstory: ...beh, just go read the webcomic. It's not long.)
Side note: the way they speak is a bit... old fashioned and interesting. I'm trying to figure out what it is that causes that impression. I want to say it's the grammar and the way the sentences are structured. (reminds me of shakespeare...) Although the diction may play a hand in the effect.
"In chains, here, with no possibility of escape, is to make a mockery of the notion of requited love!"
and from the previous page, "You depart from me for so long. You fight me. And now you wish I wouldn't leave?" (as opposed to "You leave me alone for so long. You fight me. And now you don't want me to leave?")