Citati iz knjige „Smoke & Mirrors“ autora Michael Faudet

Love can often be like waiting for a train to arrive and then suddenly realizing you’re standing on the wrong platform.
We always lived for tomorrow. Never for today. Now all that’s left of our love is an unfinished yesterday.
“When I’m with you, love needs no explanation. It just is and we just are.”
“Run toward your dream and never let anyone fill your pockets with rocks.”
Nobody knows your heart better than you. Trust your instincts. Never let anyone cast a shadow over your sunshine.
Love can often be like waiting for a train to arrive and then suddenly realizing you’re standing on the wrong platform.

“I read somewhere once that ‘lost is a lovely place to find yourself
“No. I think you’re a girl blessed with a vivid imagination.”
I ever wanted, the only wish I ever had, was to run away with you and never stop running.
More than all the words I will ever write.”
More than all the words I have ever written.
What do you think is the secret to staying in love?” Lucy asked.
“Never giving up on each other,” I replied,
We’re soul mates,” she whispered. “A love like ours can never be lost. Not now, not ever. When you take your last breath, it will just be a momentary pause in time, before our lips find each other once more.”
say, whoever said that doesn’t have a fucking clue about how I felt about you.
Still feel about you
They say time heals all wounds.
remember I once read a short story about a girl who never left home. Preferring to live instead in a fantasy world of her own making rather than face the reality of life outside.
Do we not enter this world a little broken? Damaged goods with awkward smiles. Searching for the glue we call love.
One year has now turned into two years.
Our texts have got shorter. The Skype calls, less frequent.
news that you had gotten the job. The moment when my heart sunk, hidden by a beaming smile and an enthusiastic hug.
“I’m just so happy for you!” I lied.
We both knew it would be difficult living apart, but I had no idea just how empty our lives would become. Going to bed each night and waking up to nothing. Just a silent void. Broken by the chatter of a television switched on to give the illusion of company.
A cup of morning coffee made for one.
I still remember the day you burst through the front door, your voice giddy with excitement telling me the
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