“If you love someone, put their name in a circle; because hearts can be
broken, but circles never end.”
“Even a broken clock shows the correct time twice a day.”
“We need to keep an eye on her," Edgar added.
Nathan's grip on me tightened. His nectar of the Gods smell intoxicated me. "Are my eyes not fit to watch over her?"
Dylan stepped towards us. "It's not that, we don't think-"
Nathan didn't let him finish. "I am forever grateful to all of you." He glanced around the room making deliberate eye contact with each person. "However, none of you have any comprehension of my emotions right now. It is my divine right to have time alone with her.”
“River snickered. “You’re a star of the sea, and my name has no hidden meaning. It makes sense.”
“You lost me.”
More of our classmates filtered in and took their seats. River leaned so close to me his lips brushed against my ear. “Every river finds its way to the sea. Maybe you’re the sea I was meant to find.”
“Outside, gray clouds stretched to infinity. Were my parents and Mikey out there somewhere? I imagined them soaring like birds through the heavens, and wondered how, in a sky so endless, could there be no room for me?”
“Every soul is a story shelved away in an infinite library in the sky.”
“Dedicated to anyone who has loved and lost, but found the courage to love again. ”
“You don’t think I’d throw you in there while you’re conscious do you? I’d never do something so evil.” He drew a heart on my palm with his finger.”
“If you love someone, put their name in a circle; because hearts can be broken, but circles never end.” ~Anonymous”
“If you love someone, put their name in a circle; because hearts can be broken, but circles never end." ~Anonymous”
“That’s what parents do. We think if our kids know how imperfect we were, or how many bad decisions we’ve made, they’ll think it’s okay to do the same. We don’t want our children to learn the hard way.” “Just”
“When everything seems to be going well and your dream is almost within your gasp, that is when you must be more alert than ever.”
“Shh,” Casey says, pulling me back closer. “They’ll need our recollection of this blessed event because they’re both so drunk.” “I’m not that drunk,” Lea says without turning around. “I am,” Gabe says. “For the record.” “So what do you have to say for yourself?” Lea says, stabbing him in the chest again with her finger. “Please stop stabbing me in the chest,” he says.”
“As he looked out in the pitch dark beyond, a barn owl came into the floodlight, glid silently between the barns and was gone, seeming to leave some ghost of itself, some measureless whiteness in the air.”
“All relationships are built on lies. They're built on what we think the other person wants to see in us, and what we want to see in them, and how we each interpret the subjective symbols of communication. Too much truth would spoil it.”
“He who asks may be a fool for five minutes. He who doesn’t is a fool for a lifetime,”
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