I just found this off-the-wall cartoon ("A Bear Attempts Romance"):
Thanks to Chad Hansen, via HBL, who posted a link there to another Wondermark comic strip.
The Bear's script doesn't sound like the work of Cyrano de Bergerac. Here's a sample of what Cyrano, pretending to be Christian de Neuvillette, said to Roxane as he stood in the shadows beneath her window:
Little things, pretty things -
Arrows and hearts and torches - roses red,
And violets blue - are these all? Come away,
And breathe fresh air! Must we keep on and on
Sipping stale honey out of tiny cups
Decorated with gold tracery,
Drop by drop, all day long? We are alive;
We thirst - come away, plunge, and drink, and drown
In the great river flowing to the sea!
(from Cyrano de Bergerac by Edmond Rostand, Act III, Brian Hooker translation).
Now that's romantic.