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Draco Malfoy posted a media item in QuotesYou guys have been together eighteen months and you love each other. It shows all over you. You glow with it. But you both loved other people before you met each other. You’ve both been married before, just like us. And you probably loved other people before that too, even. Terri and I have been together five years, been married for four. And the terrible thing, the terrible thing is, but the good thing too, the saving grace, you might say, is that if something happened to one of us – excuse me for saying this – but if something happened to one of us tomorrow I think the other one, the other person, would grieve for a while, you know, but then the surviving party would go out and love again, have someone else soon enough. All this, all of this love we’re talking about, it would just be a memory. Maybe not even a memory. Am I wrong?
Quote from Raymond Carver, The Art of Fiction No. 76 (Mona Simpson, Lewis Buzbee) (Summer 1983) (The Paris Review) interviewing Raymond Carver
Draco Malfoy posted a media item in QuotesIt’s strange you never start out life with the intention of becoming bankrupt or an alcoholic or a cheat and a thief. Or a liar.