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Jacqueline Carey, Kushiel's Dart Quotes: Surely if we knew what bitterness fate held in store, we would shrink back in fear and let the cup of life pass us by untasted.
         

Surely if we knew what bitterness fate held in store, we would shrink back in fear and let the cup of life pass us by untasted.


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Surely if we knew what bitterness fate held in store, we would shrink back in fear and let the cup of life pass us by untasted.
         





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This page presents the quote "Surely if we knew what bitterness fate held in store, we would shrink back in fear and let the cup of life pass us by untasted.". Author of this quote is Jacqueline Carey, Kushiel's Dart. This quote is about fear, life, fate, bitterness,.