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Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
#1. Each man is master of his own death, and all that we can do when the time comes is to help him die without fear of pain. #Quote by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Graeme Simsion
#2. In Hong Kong, I read Gabriel Garcia Marquez's "Love in the Time of Cholera", in which the hero must wait until his seventies before being united with his beloved. In a moment of Melancholy, I inscribed my copy: Angelina, I will love you always. Adam and sent it to her, via Jacinta. It was an unhealthy book for me to have read at that time, and to have then inflicted on Angelina. Just wait long enough and somehow the right people will die. The starts will align, we'll get over ourselves and we'll be together. And in the meantime, what? #Quote by Graeme Simsion
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
#3. Please allow me to wipe the slate clean. Age has no reality except in the physical world. The essence of a human being is resistant to the passage of time. Our inner lives are eternal, which is to say that our spirits remain as youthful and vigorous as when we were in full bloom. Think of love as a state of grace, not the means to anything, but the alpha and omega. An end in itself. Florentino Ariza, Love in the Time of Cholera #Quote by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Nick Hornby
#4. I'm not the smartest guy in the world, but I'm certainly not the dumbest. I mean, I've read books like "The Unbearable Lightness of Being" and "Love in the Time of Cholera", and I think I've understood them. They're about girls, right? Just kidding. But I have to say my all-time favorite book is Johnny Cash's autobiography "Cash" by Johnny Cash. #Quote by Nick Hornby
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
#5. There is no greater glory than to die for love. #Quote by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
#6. He is ugly and sad ... but he is all love.
Love in the Time of Cholera #Quote by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
#7. There was a house at the foot of the tower, close to the thunder of the waves breaking against the cliffs, where love was more intense because it seemed like a shipwreck. #Quote by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
#8. Together they had overcome the daily incomprehension, the instantaneous hatred, the reciprocal nastiness, and fabulous flashes of glory in the conjugal conspiracy. It was time when they both loved each other best, without hurry or excess, when both were most conscious of and grateful for their incredible victories over adversity. Life would still present them with other moral trials, of course, but that no longer mattered: they were on the other shore. #Quote by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
#9. The people one loves should take all their things with them when they die. #Quote by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
#10. He repeated until his dying day that there was no one with more common sense, no stone cutter more obstinate, no manager more lucid or dangerous, than a poet. #Quote by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
#11. If I died now," he said, "you would hardly remember me when you are my age."
He said it for no apparent reason, and the angel of death hovered for a moment in the cool shadows of the office and flew out again through the window, leaving a trail of feathers fluttering in his wake, but the boy did not see them. #Quote by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
#12. There is bound to be someone driven mad by love who will give you the chance to study the effects of gold cyanide on a cadaver. And when you do find one, observe with care, they almost always have crystals in their heart #Quote by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
#13. The truth is she was a fearless apprentice but lacked all talent for guided fornication. She never understood the charm of serenity in bed, never had a moment of invention, and her orgasms were inopportune and epidermic. #Quote by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Karl Ove Knausgaard
#14. Kundera was also a postmodernist writer, but he completely lacked this embracing of other worlds, with him the world was always the same, it was Prague and Czechoslovakia and the Soviets who had either invaded or were on the point of doing so, and that was fine, but he kept withdrawing his characters from the plot, intervening and going on about something or other while the characters stood still, waiting as it were, by the window or wherever it was they happened to be until he had finished his explanation and they could move forward. Then you saw that the plot was only 'a plot' and that the characters were only 'characters', something he had invented, you knew they didn't exist, and so why should you read about them? Kundera's polar opposite was Hamsun, no one went as far into his characters' world as he did, and that was what I preferred, at least in a comparison of these two, the physicality and the realism of Hunger, for example. There the world had weight, there even the thoughts were captured, while with Kundera the thoughts elevated themselves above the world and did as they liked with it. Another difference I had noticed was that European novels often had only one plot, everything followed one track as it were, while South American novels had a multiplicity of tracks and sidetracks, indeed, compared with European novels, they almost exploded with plots. One of my favourites was A Hundred Years of Solitude by García Márquez, but I also loved Love in the Time of Cholera #Quote by Karl Ove Knausgaard
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Michael Chabon
#15. The things I keep going back to, rereading, maybe they say more about me as a reader than about the books. Love in the Time of Cholera, Pale Fire. #Quote by Michael Chabon
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Erica Jong
#16. The picaresque path can probably also be a metaphor for the passage of the soul back to its creator. The thieves along the way
the thieves of money, of love, of magic, of time
are merely human obstacles to keep the traveller from perceiving that she herself is the path.
The path is as steep and as precipitous as we make it, as level and rolling as we can grade it, as steady as we are steady, as passable or impassable as our own will to pass.
In a true picaresque, the hero stops struggling and becomes the path.
At fifty, we need this knowledge most of all. #Quote by Erica Jong
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Charlie Chaplin
#17. As I began to love myself I found that anguish and emotional suffering are only warning signs that I was living against my own truth. Today, I know, this is "AUTHENTICITY".

As I began to love myself I understood how much it can offend somebody if I try to force my desires on this person, even though I knew the time was not right and the person was not ready for it, and even though this person was me. Today I call it "RESPECT".

As I began to love myself I stopped craving for a different life, and I could see that everything that surrounded me was inviting me to grow. Today I call it "MATURITY".

As I began to love myself I understood that at any circumstance, I am in the right place at the right time, and everything happens at the exactly right moment. So I could be calm. Today I call it "SELF-CONFIDENCE".

As I began to love myself I quit stealing my own time, and I stopped designing huge projects for the future. Today, I only do what brings me joy and happiness, things I love to do and that make my heart cheer, and I do them in my own way and in my own rhythm. Today I call it "SIMPLICITY".

As I began to love myself I freed myself of anything that is no good for my health – food, people, things, situations, and everything that drew me down and away from myself. At first I called this attitude a healthy egoism. Today I know it is "LOVE OF ONESELF".

As I began to love myself I quit trying to always be right, and ev #Quote by Charlie Chaplin
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Trevor Driggers
#18. You know someone is special to you when you're literally captivated by them in even the little moments. The slightest thing they say or do, is like watching the universe unfold. And nothing else matters in those moments.

Where you go about your day, & the most capricious of things send you into a whirlwind of thoughts connected to them. And a plethora of thoughts flood into your mind, for no apparent reason other than its them.

Or perhaps, you randomly see a picture of them in your news feed & you just pause & look, & the world melts away & all time seems to stop, & there's a radiance that illuminates your life. And you focus on the little details, & wish you could just capture every single detail vividly.

And you see their eyes, & though they're merely a moment in time, their eyes are so beautiful, that they transcend the medium & are as if they're there looking back. And all you can do it look into them. Knowing those eyes are what you could look into endlessly.
And you know that it's all you could ever want, if for just a single moment in time.

Or they share their thoughts, & you rack your brain around how they think. An you just want to understand & know more of their thoughts, simply because they're theirs.

They, to you, are a more elegant work of art than even the finest painting, songs or poems of the great artists. And you know that even the most renowned artist c #Quote by Trevor Driggers
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Michelle Tea
#19. Coming of queer age in the 1990s, to love queers was to love damage. To love damage was a path to loving yourself. ...Queers do not come out of the minefield of homophobia without scars. We do not live through out families' rejection of us, our stunted life options, the violence we've faced, the ways in which we've violated ourselves for survival, our harmful coping mechanisms, our lifesaving delusions, the altered brain chemistry we have sustained as a result of this, the low income and survival states we've endured as a result of society's loathing, unharmed. Whatever of theses wounds I didn't experience firsthand, my lovers did, and so I say that, for a time, it was not possible to have queer love that was not ins some way damaged or defined by damage sustained, even as it desperately fought through that damage to access, hopefully, increasingly frequent moments of sustaining, lifesaving love, true love, and loyalty, and electric sex. #Quote by Michelle Tea
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by David Levithan
#20. contiguous, adj.

I felt silly for even mentioning it, but once I did, I knew I had to explain.
"When I was a kid, "I had this puzzle with all fifty states on it--you know, the kind where you have to fit them all together. And one day I got it in my head that California and Nevada were in love. I told my mom, and she had no idea what I was talking about. I ran and got those two pieces and showed it to her--California and Nevada, completely in love. So a lot of the time when we're like this"--my ankles against the backs of your ankles, my knees fitting into the backs of your knees, my thighs on the backs of your legs, my stomach against your back, my chin folding into your neck--"I can't help but think about California and Nevada, and how we're a lot like them. If someone were drawing us from above as a map. that's what we'd look like; that's how we are."
For a moment, you were quiet. And then you nestled in and whispered.
And I knew you understood. #Quote by David Levithan
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Susan Auten
#21. Something happened during Matt's talk. When I sat down I was one person, but by the time he was done, I was someone else. Someone changed. Someone new. Someone I didn't know. My arms were covered in gooseflesh. My stomach was doing this buoyant, top-of-the-roller-coaster thing. Suddenly I wanted to be pretty. I wanted guys to think I was pretty. In particular, I wanted this guy to think I was pretty... #Quote by Susan Auten
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by M.F. Moonzajer
#22. Do we really fall in love repeatedly and feel it real every time, or we just pose the duplication of our first and foremost love we have ever experienced?
The question remains yet again, who is the beloved? #Quote by M.F. Moonzajer
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by K.A. Reynolds
#23. Cecelia, do you know why you're so special?" her mother had asked. Cecelia shook her head as her hair dried her tears. "You saw in him what few are able to see in another. You saw yourself within him. Each time you looked into his eyes, you saw your own happiness, love vulnerability, and pain. You're a rare child to be able to see so deeply inside the heart of love. #Quote by K.A. Reynolds
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Oliver Sacks
#24. The old man suddenly became intent, his brows knitted, his lips pursed. He stood motionless, in deep thought, presenting the picture that I love to see: a patient in the actual moment of discovery - half-appalled, half-amused - seeing for the first time exactly what is wrong and, in the same moment, exactly what there is to be done. This is the therapeutic moment. #Quote by Oliver Sacks
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Blake Crouch
#25. In five minutes, this little thing had come into my life and stared into my eyes and turned me into a different woman. What had I feared? The loss of identity? My time? How stupid and selfish, because holding my child, watching her suckle, every doubt and fear I had about her vanished. I fell, instantly, irreversibly, in love. #Quote by Blake Crouch
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Alan Titchmarsh
#26. I was very inventive. I lived in my own world - my dad said I was a loner. Not lonely, just happy in my own company. It's the same now. I need time alone, which is maybe why I love to write. Having said that, I love the sociability of telly. It's a nice contrast. #Quote by Alan Titchmarsh
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Richard De Bury Translated By E.C.Thomas
#27. In books I meet the dead as if they were alive,
in books I see what is yet to come ...
All things decay and pass with time ...
all fame would fall victim to oblivion
if God had not given mortal men the book to aid them. #Quote by Richard De Bury Translated By E.C.Thomas
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Allyson Kennedy
#28. He once told me not to cry over him, that he wasn't worth it. That he wasn't worth being cared about by anyone else. That he was replaceable. Discardable. Trash.
That's what the world decided he was, but the world never knew Sawyer Alston quite like I did. Despite my love of a lifetime allotting me only ten months' time, despite Sawyer taking to heart all the wrong things in life, he only ended up being wrong about one thing.
He was worth it to me. #Quote by Allyson Kennedy
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Simon May
#29. By imputing to human love features properly reserved for divine love, such as the unconditional and the eternal, we falsify the nature of this most conditional and time-bound and earthy emotion, and force it to labour under intolerable expectations. This divinisation of human love is the latest chapter in humanity's impulsive quest to steal the powers of its gods, and the longest-running such attempt to reach beyond our humanity. Like the others it must fail; for the moral of these stories is that the limits of the human can be ignored only at terrible cost. #Quote by Simon May
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Jarod Kintz
#30. I observe Stand Still Day. I also observe whatever I'm standing in front of at the time. I hope on that day I see how much you love me. #Quote by Jarod Kintz
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Attar Of Nishapur
#31. The hoopoe said: 'Your heart's congealed like ice;
When will you free yourself from cowardice?
Since you have such a short time to live here,
What difference does it make? What should you fear?
The world is filth and sin, and homeless men
Must enter it and homeless leave again.
They die, as worms, in squalid pain; if we
Must perish in this quest, that, certainly,
Is better than a life of filth and grief.
If this great search is vain, if my belief
Is groundless, it is right that I should die.
So many errors throng the world - then why
Should we not risk this quest? To suffer blame
For love is better than a life of shame.
No one has reached this goal, so why appeal
To those whose blindness claims it is unreal?
I'd rather die deceived by dreams than give
My heart to home and trade and never live.
We've been and heard so much - what have we learned?
Not for one moment has the self been spurned;
Fools gather round and hinder our release.
When will their stale, insistent whining cease?
We have no freedom to achieve our goal
Until from Self and fools we free the soul.
To be admitted past the veil you must
Be dead to all the crowd considers just.
Once past the veil you understand the Way
From which the crowd's glib courtiers blindly stray.
If you have any will, leave women's stories,
And even if this search for hidden glories
Proves bla #Quote by Attar Of Nishapur
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Leah Konen
#32. The two strangers got to the waffle station at exactly the same time. (I swear I'm like an award-winning orchestra conductor sometimes.)

Cara poured a ladleful of regular batter onto her machine, while Sammy poured her own ladle and grabbed the container of chocolate chips.

Wait for it . . .

Wait for it . . .

"Shit!" Sammy stared at the mountain of chocolate now piled up on the batter. The cap of the container had come off completely and rolled along the floor right into Cara's feet.

"Oh my god, let me help you!" Cara sprung to action, as I knew she would, grabbing a broom and dustpan that I'd placed nearby and cleaning up the chips on the floor.

"Oh, you don't have to," Sammy stammered. "I'm sorry - I don't know how that happened."

Cara swept the chips into the dustpan and surveyed Sammy's half-cooked waffle, which was now completely coated in messy, gooey chocolate. "I mean, I love chocolate as much as the next girl, but even that's a little much for me."

Sammy laughed, then fiddled with the container in her hand. "I think some dick unscrewed the top so they'd all fall out." She rolled her eyes. "College boys." (Or metaphysical entities. Either one.)

"Wow, what an asshole," Cara said. "People are such idiots. #Quote by Leah Konen
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Jennifer L. Armentrout
#33. I was in love with him. I knew that much was true. Love was the swelling, hopeful feeling in my chest every time I saw him. Love was the way I could forget about everything when I was with him. Love was the catch in my breath when he looked at me in his intense way. Love was the gasp he could draw out of me with the simplest of touches. Love was the way I could... I could be myself around him, know that I didn't need to be perfect or worry about what he was thinking, because he accepted me. #Quote by Jennifer L. Armentrout
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Amanda M. Lyons
#34. She remembers blood.
A fine mist which goes deep into her lungs, over her skin and through the air. She remembers a desert at dusk. The sky indigo blue and the fire bright, so bright that she can see everything. Near the fire, in the night, all she knows is chaos wrapped in crimson. All is death and nightmare with a single solitary dancer who smiles cruelly as he moves. He is power and darkness. He is man and beast, silver coin eyes and that face, those claws and the agony of loss.
Time stretches wide; seconds like vast eons swallow up her world. Vince is dead, his mother, his brother and her small son ripped apart and gushing as he/it moves. She is screaming, a howl of agony beyond words, primal and wordless. Still he moves, faster than air, faster than she could ever be. Blood drips from her face as she grunts, running with her lungs on fire and her last remaining hope wrapped in her arms. #Quote by Amanda M. Lyons
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by L. H. Cosway
#35. I want to heal him with each and every one of our kisses. With every time we make love. Make him see that despite the past, the future holds mysteries that we can explore hand in hand. His melodious voice pulls me out of these thoughts. #Quote by L. H. Cosway
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Nikolai Gogol
#36. A wonderful man, Ivan Ivanovich! He has a great love of melons. They're his favorite food. As soon as he finishes dinner and goes out to the gallery in nothing but his shirt, he immediately tells Gapka to bring two melons. Then he cuts them up himself, collects the seeds in a special piece of paper, and begins to eat. Then he tells Gapka to bring the inkpot and himself, with his own hand, writes on the paper with the seeds: "This melon was eaten on such-and-such date." If there was some guest at the time, then: "with the participation of so-and-so. #Quote by Nikolai Gogol
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Jim Jarmusch
#37. Music, to me, is the most beautiful form, and I love film because film is very related to music. It moves by you in its own rhythm. It's not like reading a book or looking at a painting. It gives you its own time frame, like music, so they are very connected for me. But music to me is the biggest inspiration. When I get depressed, or anything, I go "think of all the music I haven't even heard yet!" So, it's the one thing. Imagine the world without music. Man, just hand me a gun, will you? #Quote by Jim Jarmusch
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Laurell K. Hamilton
#38. Richard stood, running his fingers through his thick hair, getting it out of his face, and showing his chest off to good advantage. For the first time, I wondered if he'd done it on purpose. I searched his face for that edge of teasing that Jean-Claude had, that knowledge that even that simple movement touched me. There was nothing. Richard's face was guileless, handsome, empty of ulterior motives. I exchanged glances with Jean-Claude. He shrugged. "If you do not understand him, do not look to me. I am not in love with him." Richard looked puzzled. "Did I miss something? #Quote by Laurell K. Hamilton
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Erin Kellison
#39. Lady Amunsdale," Talia said, looking around the room.
Nothing. Ridiculous.
She tried again, louder, with melodrama. "Lady Amunsdale. Please grace us with your presence."
All quiet.
Jim buried his face in his hands, his bald head reddening. Talia felt bad for her mocking tone. The man was crazy, but also desperately in love.
"You're too nice," Adam observed. "It might take more of a command to get her to come out."
Talia rolled her eyes. A command - those came all too easy to Adam. This was the last time, and she was done.
She raised her voice. "Lady Amunsdale. Come here. Now."
A pause, then a distorted voice whined. #Quote by Erin Kellison
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Rene Russo
#40. I do love acting the two seconds that you are in front of the camera - and this is going to sound like I'm complaining, and I don't want that because I'm blessed to even have a job - but there is a lot of down-time when you're just sitting in your trailer. #Quote by Rene Russo
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Hans Urs Von Balthasar
#41. Unavoidably, the life of contemplation is an everyday life, a life of fidelity in small matters, small services rendered in the spirit of warmth and love which lightens every burden. The sun's brightness can from time to time (and perhaps often) be hidden in mist and cloud, but that is no reason for laying aside one's daily work. Contemplation is work, and it goes on working even when the person praying derives no apparent satisfaction from it. Contemplation is a conversation in which I am at pains not to be boring, not to say and think the same thing every day; I use my imagination and creativity to offer God at least something of myself. #Quote by Hans Urs Von Balthasar
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Fanny Burney
#42. No man is in love when he marries. He may have loved before; I have even heard he has sometimes loved after: but at the time never. There is something in the formalities of the matrimonial preparations that drive away all the little cupidons. #Quote by Fanny Burney
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Jerzy Jeszke
#43. I've actually been looking at plays, and I have read a bunch of stuff. I would love to do it. I have thought about theatre on and off over the years, but other things kept getting in the way. Maybe now's the time. #Quote by Jerzy Jeszke
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Neil Cross
#44. Because this exact leaf had to grow in that exact way, in that exact place, so that precise wind could tear it from that precise branch and make it fly into this exact face at that exact moment. And, if just one of those tiny little things had never had happened, I'd never have met ya. Which makes this leaf the most important leaf in human history #Quote by Neil Cross
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Jeff Chu
#45. Lovelessness is a huge sin in the church. The four primary personalities in the New Testament- Jesus, Paul, Peter, and John- all four of them say that love is the most important thing. But the only time love really counts is when something unlovely happens. #Quote by Jeff Chu
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Anne Jackson
#46. In times that are dark and God seems far [away], I look for him in small ways - the innocent laughter of a child on an airplane, the way the rain falls down through tree branches, the aroma of honeysuckle as I ride my bike down the Natchez Trace, and through the love of friends who have carried me through the darkest times of my life. #Quote by Anne Jackson
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Ingrid Holm-Garibay
#47. Your real joy must be in your job or occupation, where you spend most of your time and you should work in what you love or like the most. #Quote by Ingrid Holm-Garibay
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by A.E. Via
#48. Fuck me. Austin." Michaels grunted at the first couple inches of penetration. Judge hissed a satisfied, "Yes." Michaels plunged in until his balls nestled against the soft fur on Judge's ass. Michaels moaned low, his voice raw and rough. His pace didn't match his dirty talk. The in and out tempo was slow and easy. Michaels used Judge's thick shoulder to drive in deeper each time. He angled to the right, his dick had already mapped out Judge's erogenous zones, and Michaels hit one every time. "Goddamnit," Judge rumbled, beneath him. "I love you." Michaels sighed over the moist skin at the base of Judge's neck. "Do I feel good, babe?" Michaels whispered, his lips moving against Judge's temple, his tongue licking out to claim the beads of sweat that slid across his brow. "Austin, #Quote by A.E. Via
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Octavio Paz
#49. Between going and staying the day wavers,
in love with its own transparency.
The circular afternoon is now a bay
where the world in stillness rocks.
All is visible and all elusive,
all is near and can't be touched.
Paper, book, pencil, glass,
rest in the shade of their names.
Time throbbing in my temples repeats
the same unchanging syllable of blood.
The light turns the indifferent wall
into a ghostly theater of reflections.
I find myself in the middle of an eye,
watching myself in its blank stare.
The moment scatters. Motionless,
I stay and go: I am a pause. #Quote by Octavio Paz
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Louise J. Kaplan
#50. We humans, once we have become emotionally invested in a homeplace, a prized personal possession, or, especially, in another person, find it immensely difficult to give them up ... Because they were made at a time of life when we were utterly dependent on them, the love attachments of infancy have inordinate power over us, more than any other emotional investment. #Quote by Louise J. Kaplan
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Griffin McElroy
#51. But the seven of you have something that nobody else ever had; time. All the time in the world. Time enough to grow indescribably close. Time enough to learn how to care for each other, to allow yourselves to be cared for. And, in the case of Barry and Lup, time enough to fall, deeply, and truly, in love. #Quote by Griffin McElroy
Love In The Time Of Cholera quotes by Tiffany Reisz
#52. This was our house. Mine and hers. I know she'd sneak over to the rectory every once in a while and let you wail on her for a night. But I got her the rest of the time. I cooked her breakfast. I answered her fan mail. I put her to bed when she fell asleep at her desk writing. I rubbed her back when she was sore from overworking herself. And when she got all wrought up over you, it was me she cried on. No, she and I never had sex. That's true. But we had love, real love that didn't take anything out of us, that didn't bruise us or break us. I loved her without hurting her. You asked me if I, a virgin, could teach her what sex should be? No, course not. Hell no. But at least I can teach her what love should be like. And she knows it too. #Quote by Tiffany Reisz

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