Quote by LAUREN GROFF - Deepstash

She, at some point, had stopped loving him. (He couldn't know.) It was the sorrow of his life. But perhaps, right then she did.



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I'm a Deepstasher passionate about history, art and community projects.

Was getting a bit bored with this story of a marriage until I got to the middle of it and everything changed. Lives are made of daily details and well kept secrets. Loved it in the end. ❤︎

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