Quote by DIANF DE POITIERS, 1499-1566, MISTRESS OF HENRI II OF FRANCE - Deepstash

To have a good enemy, choose a friend: He knows where tostrike.

DIANF DE POITIERS, 1499-1566, MISTRESS OF HENRI II OF FRANCE

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