Unrequited Love Quotes

Don't you suppose I know that you've lain in my arms and pretended I was Ashley Wilkes? Pleasant thing, that. Rather ghostly, in fact. Like having three in a bed where there ought to be just two." Oh, yes, you've been faithful to me because Ashley wouldn't have you. But, hell, I wouldn't have grudged him your body. I know how little bodies mean — especially women's bodies. But I do grudge him your heart and your dear, hard, unscrupulous, stubborn mind. He doesn't want your mind, the fool, and I don't want your body. I can buy women cheap. But I do want your mind and your heart, and I'll never have them, any more than you'll ever have Ashley's mind. And that's why I'm sorry for you.

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You are unlucky at cards. But lucky in love. Member in like, uh, fifth or sixth grade, l was starting to get really good at poker, and going home with lots of lunch money? l got to know the principal's office really well. He always used to say to me: "How come you can't be more like your brother Peter?" Well, you know what? l was all right with that. l had no problems with that because l was proud of you. And l was never envious of anything that you had. Until now.

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— Indiana Jones. Always knew, someday, you'd come walking back through my door. I never doubted that. Something made it inevitable. So, what are you doing here in Nepal?
— I need one of the pieces your father collected.
— I learnt to hate you in the last ten years.
— I never meant to hurt you.
— I was a child. I was in love. It was wrong and you knew it.
— You knew what you were doing.
— Now I do. This is my place. Get out.
— I did what I did. You don't have to be happy about it, but maybe we could help each other out now. I need one of the pieces your father collected. Bronze piece, about this size, with a hole in it, off-centre, with a crystal. You know the one I mean?
— Yeah. I know it.
— Where's Abner?
— Where's Abner? Abner's dead.
— Marion, I'm sorry.
— Do you know what you did to me, to my life?
— I can only say I'm sorry so many times.
— Well, say it again, anyway.
— Sorry.
— Yeah, everybody's sorry. Abner was sorry for dragging me all over this earth looking for his little bits of junk. I'm sorry to still be stuck in this dive.
— Everybody's sorry for something.

- Indiana Jones. Always knew, someday, you'd come walking back through my door. I never doubted that. Something made it inevitable. So, what are you doing here in Nepal?
- I need one of the pieces your father collected.
- I learnt to hate you in the last ten years.
- I never meant to hurt you.
- I was a child. I was in love. It was wrong and you knew it.
- You knew what you were doing.
- Now I do. This is my place. Get out.
- I did what I did. You don't have to be happy about it, but maybe we could help each other out now. I need one of the pieces your father collected. Bronze piece, about this size, with a hole in it, off-centre, with a crystal. You know the one I mean?
- Yeah. I know it.
- Where's Abner?
- Where's Abner? Abner's dead.
- Marion, I'm sorry.
- Do you know what you did to me, to my life?
- I can only say I'm sorry so many times.
- Well, say it again, anyway.
- Sorry.
- Yeah, everybody's sorry. Abner was sorry for dragging me all over this earth looking for his little bits of junk. I'm sorry to still be stuck in this dive.
- Everybody's sorry for something.
- Indiana Jones. Always knew, someday, you'd come walking back through my door. I never doubted that. Something made it inevitable. So, what are you doing here in Nepal?
- I need one of the pieces your father collected.
- I learnt to hate you in the last ten years.
- I never meant to hurt you.
- I was a child. I was in love. It was wrong and you knew it.
- You knew what you were doing.
- Now I do. This is my place. Get out.
- I did what I did. You don't have to be happy about it, but maybe we could help each other out now. I need one of the pieces your father collected. Bronze piece, about this size, with a hole in it, off-centre, with a crystal. You know the one I mean?
- Yeah. I know it.
- Where's Abner?
- Where's Abner? Abner's dead.
- Marion, I'm sorry.
- Do you know what you did to me, to my life?
- I can only say I'm sorry so many times.
- Well, say it again, anyway.
- Sorry.
- Yeah, everybody's sorry. Abner was sorry for dragging me all over this earth looking for his little bits of junk. I'm sorry to still be stuck in this dive.
- Everybody's sorry for something.
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