…can endure. Though years and decades; misery and happiness; accomplishment and failure; joy and heartbreak; in life, and I suspect after death, I have loved you best, most and above all. You will always be “the one”.
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…will run away when chased and comes when it is least expected. Being prepared for its arrival is unneeded. Love requires only that you open yourself to its possibility when it appears.
American romantic fiction writer Shana Abe
I don’t want
or the shooting stars.
I don’t want
a steady hand.
A kind soul.
I want to
my heart is safe.
…heightens and brightens every sense, thought and feeling. It fills and thrills the heart, mind and body. Like gasoline it can make a small flame into a blazing fire.
From “The Magic Of Love” by Helen Steiner Rice
Love is like magic
And it always will be.
For love still remains
Life’s sweet mystery!!
Love works in ways
That are wondrous and strange
And there’s nothing in life
That love cannot change!!
Love can transform
The most commonplace
Into beauty and splendor
And sweetness and grace.
…is a paradox when two have given their heart to one other. If each one loves the other until it hurts, there is no more hurt, only more love. Love is repaid by love alone.
…never forgets. It is always remembered. When true love comes it carves out a space deep within us that will forever remain whether we want it to or not.
…has me dreaming about you. Most every night there are moments I share with you while sleep has its grip on me. Some feel very real. I suspect you are dreaming the same thing at the same time I am.
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… makes a home without your presence seem ordinary and lacking. It is in your absence I realize the depth of my feelings and that you have become to my heart like oxygen is to my lungs.
From “In Your Eyes” by Tony DeLorger
Your eyes are the pathway to my soul,
and within you I see myself,
a reflection of my hopes, my dreams,
brought to me within the arms of love.
You presence to me is serenity,
the knowing that I am here,
that I exist and I am whole
within the silence of dreams.
Near is all I want to be,
for it is you who gives me hope…
…stated simply by Native Americans: Cheyenne “Ne mohotatse”, Chickasaw “Chi holla li”, Mohawk “Kanbhik”, Creek “V no kewc kv”, Navaho “Ayor anosh’ni”, Sioux “Techihhila” and in the tongue of my ancestors; Gvgeyuh (Cherokee “I love you” ).
From “Against the Magic” by American author Lisa Kleypas
I want morning
and nightfall with you.
I want your tears,
the smell of your hair,
the taste of your skin,
the touch of your
breath on my face.
I want to see you
in the final hour of my life…
to lie in your arms
as I take my last breath.
…hears the mind asks “are you the one?” The answer is already being sung in soft harmony between two hearts. You just have to get very still and quietly listen to hear what is being said.
From “Are you?” by British author Marie C. Stopes
The incarnate dream?
in your limbs,
in your veins
in my heart,
quiver the reins?
…is never, never wasted. It benefits the bearer even when affections are not returned. Life without loving is barely worth living.