Can love exist in the heart of one?
2004-07-16 12:14 a.m.
(I am happy, don't get me wrong, but there will always be moments when an unhappy thought invades my brain and will not leave until i write it down)
Tonight I talk of love, i hope i don't end up sounding like a retard, because this is not one of my favorite subjects.
Love is all about perception, everyones concept of love is different, therefore love cannot be defined as one thing yet argued against another. There can not be a single definition to something that is purely based on the individual speaking of it. Since this is true, then what i consider to be love cannot be wrong, nor can what you percieve to be love be wrong.
I define love *also known as true love* to be a hoax. I say this not based on books or television or the stories my parents read to me as a child. I say this through experience of how horrible and cruel love can be.
I am in love, have been for some time now, and i know from my balls to my bones that it is love without a fraction of a doubht. *i am not sure on her feelings towards me, for i haven't really let her know* But if true love were possible, wouldn't that mean the person i am in love with would have to be in love with me? If i truely love the person and wish to be with them for the rest of my life, by my perceptions of love, she should love me as well.
It's said by a good portion of the masses that there's only one true love for every person on earth. Some people also say that there are many people out there that you can experience true love with. If either is true, shouldn't the one you fall in love with fall in love with you?
I know i'm barely making any sense at this point, and my logic is a bit open-ended, but think about it for a while. Can true love only exist when both people love each other, or can it still exist when it is felt by only 1 of the 2. Especially when they know their love for the other is true and pure.
My true love may not love me.