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In This Life In This Life by Christine Brae
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“Dear Fate, Go away. Leave me be. Allow me to live with my loss, the truth, this revelation.”
Christine Brae, In This Life
“I think about you every day. I see you in every happy place. I see you so clearly every time there's goodness and laughter.”
Christine Brae, In This Life
“I was in the arms of a stranger, but in the embrace of someone I had known for a hundred years.”
Christine Brae, In This Life
“When you lose your soul to a kiss… it’s irretrievable.”
Christine Brae, In This Life
“I wanted to carve the scars that he left me with on his skin.”
Christine Brae, In This Life
“I want you to remember me when I was strong, hot and hunky, funny and oversexed”
Christine Brae, In This Life
“I wasted five years of my life loving someone else when I should have just loved only you.”
Christine Brae, In This Life
“They say that love is found in the darkest of moments, when you’re lost and alone, in desperate search of answers.”
Christine Brae, In This Life
“Do you think we were meant to meet, to spend time together, despite the fact that in the end, we have to go our separate ways?”
Christine Brae, In This Life
“She was mine and I was hers, not in the next life, nor in the future life, but here and now. In this life.”
Christine Brae, In This Life
“I would always remember that kiss. It sealed my fate to him forever. With that kiss I released my heart and soul into his hands, and I knew that my life would never be the same. It was a promise kiss, a goodbye kiss, a kiss that signified the end but also the beginning.”
Christine Brae, In This Life
“Remember, Spark. Your name. Fighter. Spitfire. Love. You.”
Christine Brae, In This Life
“I ducked my head and hid myself in his arms. For a while, we both strained to listen to the merriment around us. Our tears fell simultaneously, a drop of his, a drop of mine. In the solitude of our tears, we were searching desperately for our peace.”
Christine Brae, In This Life
“There is sacredness in tears, someone once said. What I learned that day was that without pain there could be no deliverance; without sin, no salvation. That in this life, it is only through sadness that one could truly experience joy.”
Christine Brae, In This Life
“Not all men are born to be fathers. They say that we’re hunters, we’re here to provide. But you, the love that you have for your siblings, the way that you are with children, you have that innate gift of being a nurturer.”
Christine Brae, In This Life
“Why did he have to leave little bits of himself in a place that was to become my only sanctuary?”
Christine Brae, In This Life
“I'd been around death enough to detach myself from it; I had been trained to face it, to humanize it, to socialize it, and to explain it in logical terms.”
Christine Brae, In This Life
“The silence of the night was louder than it had ever been, and I could hear the thunder in the background; the impending storm had finally arrived.”
Christine Brae, In This Life