sexta-feira, 10 de fevereiro de 2012

Um Muito Romântico Dia de S.Valentim!!!!


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Minhas Frases Favoritas de Breaking Dawn...

Bella & Edward

Edward Cullen;

“Charlie, I realize that I’ve gone about this out of order. Traditionally, I should have asked you first. I mean no disrespect, but since Bella has already said yes and I don’t want to diminish her choice in the matter, instead of asking you for her hand, I’m asking for your blessing. We’re getting married, Charlie. I love her more than anything in the world, more than my own life, and – by some miracle – she loves me that way, too. Will you give us your blessing?”

“I’ve been waiting a century to marry you, Miss Swan.”

“Do not say the word fine. If you value my sanity, do not say that you are fine.”

“You are so human, Bella. Ruled by your hormones.”

“So you seduced your all-too-willing husband. That’s not a capital offense.”

“I don’t care about anything but keeping her alive. If it’s a child she wants, she can have it. She can have half a dozen babies. Anything she wants. She can have puppies, if that’s what it takes.”

“The moment Bella’s heart stops beating, I will be begging for you to kill me.”

“I am purely full of joy, because I am missing nothing. No one has more than I do now.”

“There’s a tremendous amount of time left over when you don’t have to sleep. It makes balancing your… interests quite easy. There’s a reason why I’m the best musician in the family, why – besides Carlisle – I’ve read the most books, studied the most sciences, become fluent in the most languages… Emmett would have you believe that I’m such a know-it-all because of the mind reading, but the truth is that I’ve just had a lot of free time.”

“I couldn’t let you walk away from me. It hurt just to imagine it.

Bella Swan;

“For just an instant, listening to the absolute confidence in his voice, I experienced a rare moment of insight. I could see, fleetingly, the way the world looked to him.”

“I’m one hundred percent sure about Edward.”

“Sometimes it was so easy to forget that I was kissing a vampire.”

“It seemed silly that this fact – the existence of his soul – had ever been in question, even if he was a vampire. He had the most beautiful soul, more beautiful than his brilliant mind or his incomparable face or his glorious body.”

“Edward, we’ve been through this and through this. I know it will be hard, but this is what I want. I want you, and I want you forever. One lifetime is simply not enough for me.”

“I was afraid to look in the mirror – afraid the image of myself in the wedding dress would send me over the edge into a full-scale panic attack.”

“All I really saw was Edward’s face; it filled my vision and overwhelmed my mind. His eyes were a buttery, burning gold; his perfect face was almost severe with the depth of his emotion. And then, as he met my awed gaze, he broke into a breathtaking smile of exultation.”

“I tried to comprehend, through the film of tears blinding me, the surreal fact that this amazing person was mine.”

“My insides were chaotic with panic and grief, but that didn’t matter – only the outside mattered right now. Putting on a good show was something I knew I had to master.”

“You and me. That’s the only thing that matters. The only thing you’re allowed to think about now.”

“I was freaking out because I had no idea how to do this, and I was afraid to walk out of this room and face the unknown. Especially in French lingerie. I knew I wasn’t ready for that yet.”

“How did people do this – swallow all their fears and trust someone else so implicitly with every imperfection and fear they had?”

“Don’t be afraid. We belong together.”

“I had another idea for burning calories.”

“From that first little touch, the whole world had shifted. Where before there was just one thing I could not live without, now there were two. There was no division – my love was not split between them now; it wasn’t like that. It was more like my heart had grown, swollen up to twice its size in that moment. All that extra space, already filled. The increase was almost dizzying.”

“This child, Edward’s child, was a whole different story. I wanted him like I wanted air to breathe. Not a choice – a necessity.”

“Oh. Of course. Edward wouldn’t feel cold to me. We were the same temperature now.”

“How many times had I stared at Edward and marveled over his beauty? How many hours – days, weeks – of my life had I spent dreaming about what I then deemed to be perfection? I thought I’d known his face better than my own. I’d thought this was the one sure physical thing in my whole world: the flawlessness of Edward’s face. I may as well have been blind. For the first time, with the dimming shadows and limiting weakness of humanity taken off my eyes, I saw his face. I gasped and then struggled with my vocabulary, unable to find the right words. I needed better words.”

“He smiled the kind of smile that would have stopped my heart if it were still beating.”

“I was stronger than Edward. I’d made him say ow.”

“It was like he’d never kissed me – like this was our first kiss. And, in truth, he’d never kissed me this way before. It almost made me feel guilty. Surely I was in breach of the contract. I shouldn’t be allowed to have this, too.”

“It seemed odd now that I had needed him so much then. That sense of absence without him near had vanished; it must have been a human weakness.”

“You nicknamed my daughter after the Loch Ness Monster?”

“Happiness was the main component in my life now, the dominant pattern in the tapestry.”

“I’d been planning on needing years just to somewhat organize the overwhelming passion I felt for him physically. And then centuries after that to enjoy it.”

“Keeping secrets from Edward was bad enough; having to be away from him was almost too much.”

“I couldn’t help being a little flattered; I still wasn’t used to being beautiful to everyone rather than just Edward.”

“Edward and I had not had a last grand scene of farewell, nor did I plan one. To speak the word was to make it final. It would be the same as typing the words The End on the last page of a manuscript. So we did not say our goodbyes, and we stayed very close to each other, always touching. Whatever end found us, it would not find us separated.”

“I couldn’t see a goodbye anywhere in his eyes. Maybe he had more hope for something after this life than he’d let on.”

“Happiness expanded like an explosion inside me – so extreme, so violent that I wasn’t sure I’d survive it.”

“I couldn’t speak anymore. I lifted my head and kissed him with a passion that might possibly set the forest on fire. I wouldn’t have noticed.”

“You are fairly ideal in every way.”

“But most significant in this tidal wave of happiness was the surest fact of all: I was with Edward. Forever.”

“Now you know. No one’s ever loved anyone as much as I love you.”

Jacob Black;

“Yeah – the party can start. The best man finally made it.”

“Life sucks, and then you die.”

“I wondered – would a bullet through my temple actually kill me or just leave a really big mess for me to clean up?”

“Bella was either coming back one of them, or not coming back. Either way, a human life had been lost. And that meant game on.”

“I knew how Bella felt about almost everything – her thoughts were so obvious; sometimes it was like they were printed on her forehead. So she didn’t have to tell me every detail of a situation for me to get it.”

“I felt like – like I don’t know what. Like this wasn’t real. Like I was in some Goth version of a bad sitcom. Instead of being the A/V dweeb about to ask the head cheerleader to the prom, I was the finished-second-place werewolf about to ask the vampire’s wife to shack up and procreate. Nice.”

“I did know this – every second I spent with her was only going to add to the pain I would have to suffer later.”

“I realized I needed her to stay alive, in some form. In any form.”

“Why do you always have to love the wrong things?”

“I could feel the addiction sucking at me, trying to keep me near her.”

“What was with her? For crying out loud, she was married! Happily married, too – there was no question that she was in love with her vampire past the boundaries of sanity. And hugely pregnant, to top it off. So why did she have to be so damn thrilled to see me? Like I’d made her who freakin’ day by walking through the door. If she would just not care… Or more than that – really not want me around. It would be so much easier to stay away.”

“You know how you drown a blonde, Rosalie? Glue a mirror to the bottom of a pool.”

“This was the problem with hanging out with vampires – you got used to them. They started messing up the way you saw the world. They started feeling like friends.”

“Hey, do you know what you call a blonde with a brain? A golden retriever.”

“S’not so hard to erase a blonde’s memory. Just blow in her ear.”

“Seemed like maybe getting your choices taken away from you wasn’t the very worst thing in the world.”

“You can talk when you’re not being stupid.”

“All the king’s horses and all the king’s men… But there was nothing there, just me, just him. Working over a corpse. Because that’s all that was left of the girl we both loved. This broken, bled-out, mangled corpse. We couldn’t put Bella together again.”

“This was it, then. The ocean of pain. The other shore so far away across the boiling water that I couldn’t imagine it, much less see it. I felt empty again, now that I’d lost my purpose. Saving Bella had been my fight for so long now. And she wouldn’t be saved.”

“The gravity of the earth no longer tied me to the place where I stood. It was the baby girl in the blond vampire’s arms that held me here now. Renesmee.”

“Bella, things are different with us now, but you’ll always be my best friend, and I’ll always love you. But I’ll love you the right way now. There’s finally a balance. We both have people we can’t live without.”