"Are you ... happy now?" I asked, teeth clenched against the pain. For a second no one moved and then slowly I felt David's grip on me lessen. I thought he was going to let me go but he only stood and walked away.
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New York's Penn Station in 1944. A private moment repeated in public millions of times over the course of the war: a guy, a girl, a goodbye — and no assurance that he'll make it back. By war's end, more than 400,000 American troops had been killed.
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goodnight-i-love-you: i-shouldletyougo: dressedtilnine: I love when moments like this get captured on film. I always wonder what became of the people in them.. I bet they wouldn’t have guessed that half a century later people would still be admiring them. And think how important that kiss must have been to the both of them, to go to all the trouble. I hope to be kissed with such fervor someday. And I hope they made it. Yep, crying. love love love omg