W. Somerset Maugham Quote

The tragedy of love is not death or separation. How long do you think it would have been before one or other of them ceased to care? Oh, it is dreadfully bitter to look at a woman whom you have loved with all your heart and soul, so that you felt you could not bear to let her out of your sight, and realize that you would not mind if you never saw her again. The tragedy of love is indifference.


Rain: And Other Stories (ed. 1921)

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The tragedy of love is not death or separation. How long do you think it would have been before one or other of them ceased to care? Oh, it is...

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The tragedy of love is not death or separation. How long do you think it would have been before one or other of them ceased to care? Oh, it is...

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The tragedy of love is not death or separation. How long do you think it would have been before one or other of them ceased to care? Oh, it is...

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The tragedy of love is not death or separation. How long do you think it would have been before one or other of them ceased to care? Oh, it is...