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7+ quotes from My Butterfly by Laura Miller

Quotes from My Butterfly

Laura Miller ·  374 pages

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“I just want you to know that I love you with everything I am—a million times a million and to the moon and back.”
― Laura Miller, quote from My Butterfly

“Desperation will drive you to do things you know will never make you whole again and even to lose the very thing you’re desperate for.”
― Laura Miller, quote from My Butterfly

“Little girl, little boy
If love has a way
Fill their fields with laughter
And scatter the sun on their day
And if it should happen to rain
Make their raindrops kisses
Straight from heaven above
That touch their hands and faces
And that fill them with love
And make the moon reflect their smiles
And their stars plenty
And, above all, keep them together
And hold them as you may
Forever and ever
Until their last day.”
― Laura Miller, quote from My Butterfly

“She tries to wear her pain on the inside. She always has. It’s the trademark of the oldest sibling, I think.”
― Laura Miller, quote from My Butterfly

“She was also a memory, the worst kind of memory--the kind that pulled you to your knees at just the sound of her name.”
― Laura Miller, quote from My Butterfly

“I’ll save a spot for you on the hood of my truck.”
― Laura Miller, quote from My Butterfly

“Because I see
A rainstorm in June
Just before the sun
The black of night
Just before the stars
And, girl, I see your ghost
Just before our dawn”
― Laura Miller, quote from My Butterfly


About the author

Laura Miller
Born place: Missouri, The United States
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