Quotes About Losing Someone

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Lauren Oliver
“He is no longer mine to lose, but the grief is there, a gnawing sense of disbelief.”
Lauren Oliver, Requiem

M.F. Moonzajer
“If you really love someone, you shouldn’t be scared of losing, since real love is not having but wanting happy.”
M.F. Moonzajer, A moment with God ; Poetry

Victoria Schwab
“Having something and losing it, it's so much crueler than never having had it.”
Victoria Schwab, The Unbound

“You know when you think you know someone? More than anyone in the world? You know you know them, because you've seen them, like, for real. And then you reach out, and suddenly they are just... gone. You though you belonged together. You thought they were yours, but they're not. You want to protect them, but you can't.”
Ava Dellaira, Love Letters to the Dead

Karen Ann Hopkins
“Pressing my head to his heart, I listened hard, straining to hear any gurgle or murmur of life. Hearing nothing, I felt the shock settle into my mind, slowing it down and then turning it off.
"Don't leave me, Noah. Please, don't go," I whispered into the darkness as the light spray of rain touched my face.
If only I could turn back time.
I would tell him yes.”
Karen Ann Hopkins, Temptation

Colleen Hoover
“I've learned over the past years what it really means to be able to miss someone. In order to miss someone, that means you were privileged enough to have them in your life to begin with. And while seventeen years doesn't seem like near enough time to have spent with you over the course of a lifetime, it's still seventeen more years than the people that never knew you at all. So if I look at it that way ... I'm pretty damn lucky. I'm the luckiest brother ever in the whole wide world.”
Colleen Hoover, Losing Hope

Harriet Evans
“She missed him. And she was scared, deep down, because she felt him pulling away from her, and even though he assured her he wasn't, she didn't believe him.”
Harriet Evans, Happily Ever After

“I think it's like when you lose something so close to you, it's like losing yourself.”
Ava Dellaira, Love Letters to the Dead

Nadège Richards
“When you have something this good, you keep it. Forever. And that's all the magic there is to it.”
Nadège Richards, 5 Miles

Rachel  Harris
“I didn't mean to fall for her, but I did. And in my fear of losing her, I did just that.”
Rachel Harris, The Fine Art of Pretending

Sarah Hall
“Personal effects: how irrelevant they are, how sad, how lost, how vagrant, without the force that gives them purpose.”
Sarah Hall, How to Paint a Dead Man

Harriet Evans
“She stood firm, biting her lip. "I asked you a question, Rory. Yes, or no?"
He hesitated. "It's not as easy as that."
'It is," said Elle, feeling her heart physically ache. "It has to be. If you won't come to the pub with me, I have to go now, otherwise I'll change my mind, and that would be stupid. Very, very stupid.' She covered her face with her hands, breathing deeply. "As stupid as I've been these past few years... Oh, God, no.”
Harriet Evans, Happily Ever After

Anuradha Bhattacharyya
“Love was indeed a big responsibility. One must use the word judiciously. One cannot love one day and take away love the next day. It is total caring.”
Anuradha Bhattacharyya, The Road Taken

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