It heals it all up

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longxianchen

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chinese
Hi,
Here are some words from the novel Lady Chatterley's Lover(the fifth paragraph, page 259, chapter 12) by Lawrence (planetebook,here):

‘I love thee that I call go into thee,’ he said.

‘Do you like me?’ she said, her heart beating.

It heals it all up, that I can go into thee. I love thee that tha opened to me. I love thee that I came into thee like that.’


What does it heals it all up mean please? I guess it means it heals all my wounds up. And is it commonly used?
Could you please give me some help?
Thank you a lot
 
  • PaulQ

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    UK
    English - England
    First, ‘I love thee that I call can go into thee,’ he said. -> this is a misprint.

    It heals it all up, that I can go into thee. = ‘It completes everything/the relationship, that I can go into thee.

    And is it commonly used? No. It is a dialect use and now, I should imagine, obsolete.
     
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