What do you mean when you say: LOVE ?

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Romance  |  House: Booksie Classic
Love is like a violin. The music may stop now and then, but the strings remain forever.

Submitted: July 02, 2010

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Submitted: July 02, 2010



I've heard a lot about people falling in love, about how love changed their life forever and why people think it is the most extraordinary emotion of all. I, many a times, wonder what it is that makes romance so desirable. Is romance a feeling that makes you immune or indifferent to all the sufferings and tensions around you. Is it a feeling so divine that it lets you forget your religious or social limits. Is it just a state of mind that has been overly publicized. I tried to find answers to these ever applicable questions that every now and then, roam around inside my head. But I failed to achieve any satisfying results.

The description and definition of love is so individualistic that it differs between every other person I talk to. Some find it a charm thats hard to resist, some call it an obsession, for some it is an illusion and for others it is an unnecessary part of one's social life. I still can't resist thinking about it while watching the stars shining at night in the sky. I guess, this murky thought of some day confronting this emotion in reality, will continue to baffle my naive brain. As they say, I need to just wait & watch!

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