20 sentences of heartbreak and unrequited love

The end of a love, or love someone who does not love us, are experiences able to snatch up the will to live, but can also be (painfully) inspiring. As shown, these 20 quotes about heartbreak and unrequited love. They were spoken or written by artists and writers of success, but certainly express a universal sense in which everyone, at some point, we can recognize.

“When one door closes, another opens. But we often see for so long and with such sadness that closes the door, we did not notice another that has opened for us. “Alexander Graham Bell, British scientist.

Khalil Gibran, Lebanese writer “If not, how will achieve open your heart? Broken”.

“Love is like fire, if you do not communicate it off”. Giovanni Papini, Italian writer.

“The wounds are not seen are the deeper”. William Shakespeare, English playwright.

“Love is never lost. If not reciprocated, it will return, will soften and purify the heart. ” Washington Irving, American writer.

“Offer friendship that asks for love is like giving bread to die of thirst.” Ovid, the Roman poet.

“Do you know the best about broken hearts? That can only really be broken once. The rest are scratches. ” Carlos Ruiz Zafon, Spanish writer.

“If you could see my feet when I do not wear boots, it would be an idea of ​​what love is unrequited.” Charles Dickens, English writer.

“My strategy is that one day, I do not know how or know what pretext, finally need me.” Mario Benedetti, a Uruguayan writer.

“There’s nothing colder than a love that is gone.” Romy Schneider, German actress.

“The worst way to miss someone is to be sitting next to him and know that you can never have.” Gabriel García Márquez, Colombian writer.

“The opposite of love is not hate, but indifference.” Elie Wiesel

“How do you know that love is gone? If you say you’ll be there at seven but arrive at nine, and he or she has not called the police yet. ” Marlene Dietrich, German actress.

“Living with someone you love can feel more lonely than living entirely alone … If you love does not love you.” Tennessee Williams, American playwright.

“Not your fault if your hands my love is like a rose plucked shall come spring and will be flowers … the new leaves will dry trunk”. Alfonsina Storni, Argentina poet.

“Love hurts. It is like surrendering to be flayed and knowing that at any moment the other person could go taking your skin. ” Susan Sontag, essayist and novelist.

“It is to separate when you feel and how hard you love understood”. Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Russian writer.

“Not being loved is a simple misfortune. The true fatality is to not know how to love”. Albert Camus, French writer.

“It is necessary to have loved, after losing love and then love again even more.” Vincent Van Gogh, Dutch painter.

“The rope can cut back to knot, again endure, but is cut. Maybe we stumble, but where did you leave me you’ll never find me. ” Bertolt Brecht, German playwright.