• LOVE

    by  • August 18, 2013 • * Safe for Work *, Acceptance • 1 Comment

    This is what I had found to be the best exert of what love is and represents, not any of the lame excuses many of us read on here and have been told in real life. I ask only that you please read & listen to the song in it’s entirety for this letter will be my masterpiece if this touches just but one soul I will know this was not in vein as this was not be what I first intended. We can only blame ourselves for all that occurs & how we live, act & we are 666% responsible for all our own actions, no one else, not one bit so when we learn to accept this then we free our soul from the eternal pain that we allowed to enter our own hearts. I would do it all again to feel how I do right now:) Thank you for reading this an advance. It is my last letter.

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    VERB
    1. adore, care for, treasure, cherish, prize, worship, be devoted to, be attached to, be in love with, dote on, hold dear, think the world of, idolize, feel affection for, have affection for, adulate, LUV (S.M.S.) We love each other, and we want to spend our lives together.

    2. enjoy, like, desire, fancy, appreciate, relish, delight in, savour, take pleasure in, have a soft spot for, be partial to, have a weakness for, LUV (S.M.S.) We loved the food so much, especially the fish dishes.

    3. cuddle, neck (informal), kiss, pet, embrace, caress, fondle, LUV (S.M.S.), canoodle (slang) the loving and talking that marked an earlier stage of the relationship

    NOUN
    1. passion, liking, regard, friendship, affection, warmth, attachment, intimacy, devotion, tenderness, fondness, rapture, adulation, adoration, infatuation, ardour, endearment, amity, LUV (S.M.S.) Our love for each other has been increased by what we’ve been through together.

    2. liking, taste, delight in, bent for, weakness for, relish for, enjoyment, devotion to, penchant for, inclination for, zest for, fondness for, soft spot for, partiality to, LUV (S.M.S.) a love of literature

    3. beloved, dear, dearest, sweet, lover, angel, darling, honey, loved one, sweetheart, truelove, dear one, leman (archaic), inamorata or inamorato, LUV (S.M.S.) Don’t cry, my love.
    beloved enemy, foe

    4. sympathy, understanding, heart, charity, pity, humanity, warmth, mercy, compassion, sorrow, kindness, tenderness, friendliness, condolence, commiseration, fellow feeling, soft-heartedness, tender-heartedness, LUV (S.M.S.) a manifestation of his love for his fellow men.

    5. greetings, regards, compliments, best wishes, good wishes, kind regards, LUV (S.M.S.) She’s fine and sends her love.
    fall in love with someone lose your heart to, fall for, be taken with, take a shine to (informal), become infatuated with, fall head over heels in love with, be swept off your feet by, bestow your affections on I fell in love with him the moment I saw him.

    for love without payment, freely, for nothing, free of charge, gratis, pleasurably She does it for love – not money.

    for love or money by any means, ever, under any conditions Replacement parts couldn’t be found for love or money.

    in love enamoured, charmed, captivated, smitten, wild (informal), mad (informal), crazy (informal), enthralled, besotted, infatuated, enraptured She had never before been in love.

    make love have sexual intercourse, have sex, go to bed, sleep together, do it (informal), mate, have sexual relations, have it off (slang), have it away (slang) After six months of friendship, one night, they made love.

    QUOTATIONS

    “How do I love thee? Let me count the ways” [Elizabeth Barrett Browning Sonnets from the Portuguese]
    “All that matters is love and work” [attributed to Sigmund Freud]
    “Love’s pleasure lasts but a moment; love’s sorrow lasts all through life” [Jean-Pierre Claris de Florian Celestine]
    “What love is, if thou wouldst be taught,”
    “Thy heart must teach alone -”
    “Two souls with but a single thought,”
    “Two hearts that beat as one” [Friedrich Halm Der Sohn der Wildnis]
    “Love is like the measles; we all have to go through it” [Jerome K. Jerome The Idle Thoughts of an Idle Fellow]
    “Love’s like the measles – all the worse when it comes late in life” [Douglas Jerrold Wit and Opinions of Douglas Jerrold]
    “No, there’s nothing half so sweet in life”
    “As love’s young dream” [Thomas Moore Love’s Young Dream]
    “‘Tis better to have loved and lost”
    “Than never to have loved at all” [Alfred, Lord Tennyson In Memoriam A.H.H.]
    “Love means never having to say you’re sorry” [Erich Segal Love Story]
    “In the Spring a livelier iris changes on the burnish’d dove;”
    “In the Spring a young man’s fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love” [Alfred, Lord Tennyson Locksley Hall]
    “Love is like any other luxury. You have no right to it unless you can afford it” [Anthony Trollope The Way we Live Now]
    “Love conquers all things; let us too give in to love” [Virgil Eclogue]
    “Love and do what you will” [Saint Augustine of Hippo In Epistolam Joannis ad Parthos]
    “Those have most power to hurt us that we love” [Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher The Maid’s Tragedy]
    “My love’s a noble madness” [John Dryden All for Love]
    “And love’s the noblest frailty of the mind” [John Dryden The Indian Emperor]
    “Love’s tongue is in the eyes” [Phineas Fletcher Piscatory Eclogues]
    “Love is only one of many passions” [Dr. Johnson Plays of William Shakespeare, preface]
    “Where both deliberate, the love is slight;”
    “Whoever loved that loved not at first sight?” [Christopher Marlowe Hero and Leander]
    “If love is the answer, could you rephrase the question?” [Lily Tomlin]
    “Men love in haste, but they detest at leisure” [Lord Byron Don Juan]
    “The course of true love never did run smooth” [William Shakespeare A Midsummer Night’s Dream]
    “Love is not love”
    “Which alters when it alteration finds” [William Shakespeare Sonnets]
    “Love is like linen – often changed, the sweeter” [Phineas Fletcher Sicelides]
    “O my love’s like a red, red rose” [Robert Burns A Red, Red Rose]
    “Two things a man cannot hide: that he is drunk, and that he is in love” [Antiphanes]
    “Every man is a poet when he is in love” [Plato Symposium]
    “one that lov’d not wisely but too well” [William Shakespeare Othello]
    “To fall in love is to create a religion that has a fallible god” [Jorge Luis Borges The Meeting in a Dream]
    “Love is like quicksilver in the hand. Leave the fingers open and it stays. Clutch it, and it darts away” [Dorothy Parker]
    “Love does not consist in gazing at each other, but in looking outward in the same direction” [Antoine de Saint-Exupéry]
    “Love ceases to be a pleasure, when it ceases to be a secret” [Aphra Behn The Lover’s Watch, Four O’Clock]
    “Many waters cannot quench love, neither can the floods drown it” Bible: Song of Solomon
    “Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends” Bible: St. John
    “O lyric Love, half-angel and half-bird”
    “And all a wonder and a wild desire” [Robert Browning The Ring and the Book]
    “Man’s love is of man’s life a thing apart,”
    “‘Tis woman’s whole existence” [Lord Byron Don Juan]
    “Whoever loves, if he do not propose”
    “The right true end of love, he’s one that goes”
    “To sea for nothing but to make him sick” [John Donne Love’s Progress]
    “I am two fools, I know,”
    “For loving, and for saying so”
    “In whining poetry” [John Donne The Triple Fool]
    “How alike are the groans of love to those of the dying” [Malcolm Lowry Under the Volcano]
    “Love is the delusion that one woman differs from another” [H.L. Mencken Chrestomathy]
    “After all, my erstwhile dear,”
    “My no longer cherished,”
    “Need we say it was not love,”
    “Now that love has perished?” [Edna St. Vincent Millay Passer Mortuus Est]
    “If I am pressed to say why I loved him, I feel it can only be explained by replying: `Because it was he; because it was me.'” [Montaigne Essais]
    “Love built on beauty, soon as beauty, dies” [John Donne The Anagram]
    “Love thy neighbour as thyself” Bible: Leviticus

    PROVERBS

    “All’s fair in love and war”
    “Love is blind”
    “One cannot love and be wise”
    “Love makes the world go round”
    “Love will find a way”

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    I was a known by many names?
    Fast is my new transformation,
    You can name me anything you like?
    A constant thorn no more I say to all of you,
    For what I have left In shall give you my all,
    Honouring this last request by many.
    I am so sorry for any that I offended,
    Know I have repented in full by the time you read this
    NO ONE I SAY IS TO BLAME BUT I, ME,MYSELF & I ALONE.

    The crowd goes wild in anticipation,
    For this soul is surfing their last gnarly wave,
    Which is the internet site named L.I.N.S.
    The crowd of mainly Wo(men),
    Their hips now begin to sway & fro,
    In sync to the hypnotic beat that is,
    The Beat of the roaring drums,
    The crescendo is fast approaching,
    Just as dawn is only over yon horizon,
    In earnest for his departure to which I solemnly promise,
    It is but near, have no fear,
    For I know where & who I am.
    There is only the way forward one final leap of faith,
    Never to look back only forward henceforth.
    As I wait for the sun to set so I may sea the stars.
    I am the Devil’s advocate & absolve everyone’s sins.
    I fade away to the encroaching darkness where hell awaits me.

    Now my final farewell song. It has made everyone that has ever listened to it cry. No one can escape it’s sadness.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5O62xH4u4Pc&feature=player_detailpage

    “The saddest song ever written.. And the most beautiful.. – YouTube”

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    One Response to LOVE

    1. jibba jabba
      August 18, 2013 at 7:46 pm

      I am in my late 30’s. I’ve heard many great artists in my time. This is not one of them. It didn’t make me cry. It made me yawn.




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