F. Scott Fitzgerald about love (“Tales of the Jazz Age”, 1922) - Love is fragile . . . but perhaps the pieces are saved, the things that hovered on lips, that might have been said. The new love words, the tendernesses learned, are treasured up for the next lover.
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Love is fragile . . . but perhaps the pieces are saved, the things that hovered on lips, that might have been said. The new love words, the tendernesses learned, are treasured up for the next lover.
 F. Scott FitzgeraldTales of the Jazz Age (1922). copy citation

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