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Day 83 : Love by Pooh (Quote a Day)

One of my favorite characters: Winnie-the-pooh! A.A. Milne's wonderful creation with beautiful lines, with such deep meanings. The very character of Pooh and his friends make you fall in love with the joy of reading !

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"How do you spell 'love'?"- Piglet
"You don't spell it... you feel it."-Pooh"

~~A.A. Milne~~

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