A Selfish Love

“Love is Kind”

“Love is Joy”

Love is Selfless.

With love, though comes its mate. Its match. Its darling. 

And To be loved. That is ‘I.’

To be loved is greedy.

To be loved is lonely.

To be loved is desperate. 

To be loved.

To be the center of someone’s universe.

To be the one they call first.  And last.

To be thought of.

To be treasured.

To be missed.

To be remembered

To be kissed. Not just as a kiss, but as the kiss.

To be the final lover.  The final date. The final crush.

To be their ‘one and only.’ 

To be the one they can’t get over.

To be the one they gaze at and can’t look away from.

To be the one that makes them stumble over words.

To be the muse behind the painting. The memory before the poem. The spark within the book. The note that caused the song.

To be the one they lie beside when life has come and gone.

To be the one they’ll never leave. 

To be the one who gets their love.  To be loved.

Each of us desperate.

Lonely.

Greedy.

Each wanting to be loved with the love of legends. 

After all. . . . . 

Love is loyal.

Love is faithful.

Love is gentle.

Love is precious.

Love sees no flaws. Love finds no faults.

Love is kind.

Love is joy.

Love is selfless.

To be loved . . . . oh . . . . to be loved. 

 

 

 

 

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Closeness

“There will come a day when you find someone who makes your burdens lighter.  The person who takes all your concerns, pressures, and heartaches and makes them somehow smaller and more insignificant.  They make you feel happier and more hopeful, encouraged.  Hold onto that person — that is a true and worthy love.”

**Anonymous

Cutting Emerald Stones

“The jealous are troublesome to others, but a torment to themselves.”

by William Penn

Wanting and Being Wanted

Love is an irresistible desire to be irresistibly desired.

**Robert Frost

The more you get involved, the more passionate you’ll be

For, verily, great love springs from great knowledge of the beloved object, and if you little know it, you will be able to love it only little or not at all.
**Leonardo da Vinci

Love Never Dies; So How Can A Broken Heart?

“They say time heals all wounds, but that presumes the source of the grief is finite”

**Cassandra Clare

What about Drizzling days?

Save a boyfriend for a rainy day – and another, in case it doesn’t rain.
**Mae West