Saddest Love Quotes

Collection of top 14 famous quotes about Saddest Love

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Saddest Love Quotes By Nora Roberts: The saddest songs are always about love. The saddest songs are always about love. — Nora Roberts
Saddest Love Quotes By Rupi Kaur: perhaps the saddest of allare those who live perhaps the saddest of all
are those who live waiting
for someone they're not
sure exists — Rupi Kaur
Saddest Love Quotes By Amit Abraham: The sadest part of love life is when The sadest part of love life is when you cannot live with and without the one you love — Amit Abraham
Saddest Love Quotes By Michael Faudet: The saddest truth is realising you have fallen The saddest truth is realising you have fallen madly in love with what can never be. — Michael Faudet
Saddest Love Quotes By Unknown: The saddest thing about falling in love is The saddest thing about falling in love is that sooner or later something will go wrong. — Unknown
Saddest Love Quotes By Robert A. Heinlein: The saddest thing about ephemerals was that their The saddest thing about ephemerals was that their little lives rarely held time enough for love. — Robert A. Heinlein
Saddest Love Quotes By Stewart O'Nan: The happiest she'd ever been was with him, The happiest she'd ever been was with him, and the saddest. Was that the true test of love? — Stewart O'Nan
Saddest Love Quotes By Santosh Kalwar: The saddest line you scraped in your diary The saddest line you scraped in your diary was not that you cried but those moments when we both shared smile. — Santosh Kalwar
Saddest Love Quotes By Robert A. Heinlein: Sheffield had decided, centuries back, that the saddest Sheffield had decided, centuries back, that the saddest thing about ephemerals was that their little lives rarely held time enough for love.) "Oh, — Robert A. Heinlein
Saddest Love Quotes By Pablo Neruda: Tonight I can write the saddest linesI loved Tonight I can write the saddest lines
I loved her, and sometimes she loved me too. — Pablo Neruda