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Why shouldn't some marital relationships end?

by lillybrook on January 27, 2013   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


I apologize, in advance, if I offend the marrieds here -- that is not the intent -- but, I saw this on Postsecret today and thought it connected in an interesting way to maryjane31's question about "Believe in love at first sight?"

It says (on the back) - "Love never dies, they say, and I am living proof of that, having been married 50 years and in love with someone else I can't have. Love never dies!"

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