How Do You Express Love?

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Romance  |  House: Booksie Classic

Submitted: July 30, 2016

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Submitted: July 30, 2016



There are many ways that love can be both comedic and tragic. Sometimes when a person is trying to show their love or do something, it goes a little wrong. A person trys giving you flowers and trips, or someone makes you dinner and accidentally burns it, or maybe you pour your boyfriend a drink and you spill it on yourself. Say you plan a picnic but you didn't know it was going to rain, it's seen as funny or comedic. Love can also be tragic, when one loses the other to death or when a loved one has to move and leave the other behind or maybe your love one suffers from an illness that makes a drastic change in their life; thats seen as a tragedy but it doesn't change love.

Love comes in all shapes, sizes, ages and genders. Sometimes you can't help who you fall in love with; but there is nothing wrong about love; it can be both exciting and painful times. With love there is no boundries, love doesn't see race, religion, age, gender or any of that. Love is Love, it's what you make it, love cannot be charactized. Dramas show life that it's okay to love another who has a completely different orientation then you; dramas show totally different people happy together. In every day life you see white people dating black people, guys dating guys, same with girls dating girls, christian's dating atheists, indians dating chinese people etc. If you look around you'll see that love cannot be kept in one category because love explores each and every one of them. If you watch movies and Tv, falling in love with servents or the other way around. Reading books you'll probably about vampires falling in love with humans (twilight) and stuff whether its real or not it symbolizes that love doesn't matter or care about orientation or even who you are or about.

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