May 22, 2013 § 17 Comments
…life would be
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Tagged: authors, brilliance, dating, heartbreak, love, love quote, Poetry, quotes, Reading, who is John Galt
Bitter-sweet like great coffe from a rusty kettle
Don’t you mean how amazing? Imagine falling in love for the first time…and never falling out of love with that person, and imagine that person never falling out of love with you. Is that dull? If it is, then what am I for believing in such delusions of grandeur?
I am sure that human will never go away. HUmanity has a talent for it.
I would have never learned that I had to learn some things.
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Great pic, Coco. Did I miss the post where you told us where you get your art?
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So true! And without the contrast of heartbreak, we wouldn’t be able to really value true love.
I never agreed with the Yes song, “Owner of A Lonely Heart.” Good song. I just don’t agree that an owner of a lonely heart is much better than an owner of a broken heart.
Exactly. I love a broken heart every so often. It gives me something to think on;)
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My life would not be dull without heartbreak, just much less painful. Not only romantic heartbreak but heartbreak from the death of someone you care deeply for is a terrible thing. As time passes the thoughts diminish but those feelings are with you for life.
I know 😦 I’m sorry
To the goddess Del la Coco Swift of words Nimble of phrases Constantly delights Constantly amazes
Awe thank you my dear Mike:)