And when she's gone, remember, you once loved her. You once needed her. You once cared about her more than anything in the world. You can't deny she was ever there. You can't deny what you had. You can't deny that it ended over absolutely nothing. You can't deny, regardless, you still think about it. No other girl could ever love you the way she did, the way she does. One day, you'll realize what you've done; you'll come back, and she'll be gone.
“I like to see people reunited, I like to see people run to each other, I like the kissing and the crying, I like the impatience, the stories that the mouth can’t tell fast enough, the ears that aren’t big enough, the eyes that can’t take in all of the change, I like the hugging, the bringing together, the end of missing someone.”—Jonathan Safran Foer (via kari-shma)
“So, I guess we are who we are for alot of reasons. And maybe we’ll never know most of them. But even if we don’t have the power to choose where we come from, we can still choose where we go from there. We can still do things. And we can try to feel okay about them.”—Stephen Chbosky (via kari-shma)
“I think when something’s over, events have a way of conspiring to make you realise that it’s over. As cryptic as that sounds, it’s true. Things would happen and I’d be like, am I going to have to deal with this for the rest of my life? And it was a very, very emotional band. It’s in the music. The relationship between me and Morrissey was very emotional. It wasn’t volatile in that we would row or anything like that, but it was so intense that if rocked slightly it would be a big deal. Was the lack of a manager important? Massively, I think. I was nursemaiding people when I needed nursemaiding myself. And I couldn’t see where we were going to go in the near future musically without repeating ourselves and not being as good.”—Johnny Marr (via c0rnerstone)
“Suddenly everything in the world makes sense, because without the crap and the death and the drudgery and the endlessness of life, it would be impossible for passion to exist.”— Douglas Coupland (Player One)