I will love You forever," swears the poet. I find this easy to swear too. I will love You at 4:15 pm next Tuesday: is that still as easy?
—W. H. Auden
When do I stop? When I'm twenty-five? Thirty? Thirty-five? Forty? Or right this minute? Nobody tells you how long you should keep doing something before you give up forever.
—Meg Wolitzer in The Interestings
There comes a point when you just love someone. Not because they're good, or bad, or anything really. You just love them. It doesn't mean you'll be together forever. It doesn't mean you won't hurt each other. It just means you love them.
—Laurell K. Hamilton in Incubus Dreams
The truth is, some relationships are supposed to last forever, and some are only supposed to last a few days. That's the way life is.
—Sophie Kinsella in Can You Keep a Secret?
Who cares if you're enlightened forever? Can you just get it in this moment, now?
He is not a lover who does not love forever.
It's a moment I'll remember forever, because it belongs to me.
— Jessica Sorensen in The Coincidence of Callie and Kayden
Can you imagine being forced to stay young forever, watching everyone you know die? How pointless would life seem if you saw that?
—Avery Williams in The Impossibility of Tomorrow
What would I have said to him if I'd known I would never see him again?
—Jennifer Niven in All the Bright Places
I know that grief, like regret, settles into our DNA and remains forever a part of us.
—Kristin Hannah in The Nightingale
I'll love you forever. Even when I shouldn't.
—Colleen Hoover in Confess