Long Distance Relationship Quotes

Quotes tagged as "long-distance-relationship" (showing 1-23 of 23)
“I will wait for you
No matter where you are
I won't get lost
Even if something happens
I'll be here loving you
As long as you're there
As long as you still don't have...
Someone else”
Joshua Pallarca

Laura Anderson Kurk
“It was about how men walk into a forest afraid because they know all the things that can happen. They might wake the noisy birds and cause chaos. But kids come into the trees and see the magic. They climb them and see stars that the men were too afraid to see.”
Laura Anderson Kurk

Anamika Mishra
“Love is not about making promises but it's about believing, no matter how far you are or how frequently you talk, you know you both are made for each other”
Anamika Mishra

Juansen Dizon
“I'll never leave you," he said thousands and thousands of miles away.”
Juansen Dizon, Confessions of a Wallflower

Laura Anderson Kurk
“Okay, news flash. Jealousy is not something I enjoy. I hadn’t felt it much before. But I’d also never been in love. And I’d never been 3,300 miles away from the girl I loved while some punk sat next to her on a couch. A punk who had designs on her, according to Dylan. I needed to lay eyes on this guy.”
Laura Anderson Kurk, Perfect Glass

Craig Clevenger
“Just as it did when I spoke to you that day from the phone, your face comes into focus more and more as I hold you here beside me.”
Craig Clevenger, Dermaphoria

Laura Anderson Kurk
“We formed an impromptu circle just so we could look at each other and memorize faces. We hardly noticed the waiting officials. We hardly noticed anything but our little family whose ties weren’t loosening at all. In fact, this impending separation only seemed to be binding us together with a double overhand knot, hard to untie and unfailing.”
Laura Anderson Kurk, Perfect Glass

Laura Anderson Kurk
“Quinn spoke their language—all mystery and inside jokes, scarred souls and statement shirts. It was a beautiful moment for him—in his element and completely happy.
When they started playing, he leaned over and whispered in my ear. “See that guitar?”
I nodded.
“That’s a 1969 Martin D28. Hear me when I say if I had to choose between a beautiful girl and that guitar, I’d choose the guitar. Natch.” He took a huge gulp of water, clearly affected.
“Naturally,” I whispered. “It could be why you’re still single.”
Laura Anderson Kurk, Perfect Glass

Laura Anderson Kurk
“I thought back to Meg’s advice about Hemingway sentences—simple declarative statements that showed the truth and distilled the meaning. My first attempt at that had been cynical and messed up. I gave it a go again.
Find one lost sheep.
The angels rejoice.”
Laura Anderson Kurk, Perfect Glass

Laura Anderson Kurk
“I needed out. The Jeep wasn’t fast enough. I shut it down, grabbed the keys and started running like a bear was at my heels. I couldn’t even see Henry anymore through my tears so it surprised me when he caught me in his arms halfway. The first thing I did was pound on his chest and ask him why he hadn’t called. The second thing I did was kiss him so hard he couldn’t answer me.”
Laura Anderson Kurk, Perfect Glass

Laura Anderson Kurk
“Look at this one.” I picked up a small painting of a man with dark hair and a short, dark beard. He wore a loose shirt, cobalt blue, unbuttoned at the top, showing a prominent, knobby collarbone. He looked…complicated and hungry. She’d captured him focused intensely on a book, his face pressed against a wall like he was resting. Or waiting.”
Laura Anderson Kurk, Perfect Glass

Laura Anderson Kurk
“What I know about you, Henry,” he said. “Is that you, as big as you are, know how to walk gently on this earth.”
Laura Anderson Kurk, Perfect Glass

Munia Khan
“Oceanic farness treasures tomorrow
Mingled tears lost in the sea of sorrow
Our immortal love will lead us a way
When pale days remain cloudy and grey”
Munia Khan

Laura Anderson Kurk
“Thanet is having a moment,” I said, leaning forward so Quinn could see him.
“What’s wrong, man?” Quinn said. “Were you not aware high school dances suck? That they always have sucked and they will continue sucking as long as the world turns?”
Laura Anderson Kurk, Perfect Glass

Laura Anderson Kurk
“He smiled and squinted at me again, tilting his head up and to the right as he stared. “Maybe what I’m attracted to in you is more than your looks and your brain and your humor.” He leaned closer like he had a secret. “It could be your soul,” he whispered.
I pushed his cheek until he was squinting at the door to the kitchen instead. “Is this when you tell me I’m your soul mate, O’Neill?”
Laura Anderson Kurk, Perfect Glass

Laura Anderson Kurk
“I didn’t look at Thanet. I couldn’t because he would see the hurt on my face.
“He loves you,” Thanet said. “He’s hurting and it’s not just the Quinn thing. It’s being away from you and wondering if you’re hurting, too. Or if you’re having too much fun to hurt. What he really needed was to laugh, though. So we laughed…until he cried.”
That undid me. I looked at Thanet with so many questions on my lips.”
Laura Anderson Kurk, Perfect Glass

“How strange the feelings when it was not your name anymore that appeared as that person's favorite.”
Hamidah Dolhadi

Laura Anderson Kurk
“Quit worrying so much about the boards and nails of your life. Focus on the stuff that lasts.” He glanced through the window toward the glowing light of the kitchen where Meg and my mom were laughing about something.”
Laura Anderson Kurk

Laura Anderson Kurk
“I recognized Meg’s swirly handwriting and crooked my index finger into the side of the envelope to rip it open. There was no letter. Just a picture.
A picture of Meg holding a picture of me.
The word HOME echoed through my body like a rifle shot.”
Laura Anderson Kurk, Perfect Glass

Laura Anderson Kurk
“She didn’t see me because of the reflection on the store windows, and she wouldn’t know me in this car anyway. In fact, she probably wouldn’t know me with shaggy hair and the beginnings of a beard. So I sat for a minute, watching her dusting bookshelves, either talking to herself or singing. Her feather duster had become a prop in whatever scene she had going.
She looked heart-stoppingly, breathtakingly beautiful, my Meg.”
Laura Anderson Kurk, Perfect Glass

Alex Z. Moores
“It has been too easy letting distance form a chasm between our souls. Like digging a hole in the sand, the walls crumble in no time at all. I don’t want our separation to be the nature of things. I want us to transcend the gap in distance.”
Alex Z. Moores, Living in Water

Girdhar Joshi
“So love is bound to happen over long distances – easily and more comfortably then it can happen on the streets.”
Girdhar Joshi, Some Mistakes Have No Pardon

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