[What They Had Was Rare, Imperfect And Beautiful And Scary All At Once. It Was Hard To Say Those Things Out Loud And Know The Right Words To Use. But That Was Okay. Because When Two People Found Each Other, Two People Who Were Meant To Be, Words Didn't Even Matter Anymore. They Just Knew. And That Was The Luckiest Thing Of All.]

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Quotes About Mob Justice

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