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  • Burns Love
    477 words
    There are many different interpretations and feelings about love being a beautiful thing and love being an ordinary thing depending on ones past. Two contrasting thoughts about love are expressed by Robert Burns in his poem A Red, Red Rose, and by Edna St. Vincent Millay in her poem Love Is Not All: It Is Not Meat nor Drink. Burns feels that his love is beautiful and he would do anything for it. Millay portrays her feelings of love as if it were just something that most people feel and it is no ...
  • Robert's Feelings Of Romantic Love
    1,366 words
    In his writing of The Wars, Findley brings to light certain views of romantic love, essentially he says that love is a fleeting emotion, and cannot often hold up to the trials of human life. But when it does hold up, it is stronger than any attempt to crush it could ever be, even the mind numbing horrors of war. This notion of love is displayed in various forms throughout the text of the novel, from the cold cruel love of Barbara d'Orsey for her various heroes, to the warm tender love Juliet d'O...
  • The Suffering Our Loved Ones Share
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    We are all aware of death, and we know it will come to us all. To many of us death brings a chill down our spine ridden with fear, but to others it is ridden with strength and satisfaction of accomplishment. Fortunately or unfortunately we are all condemned to death. However no one knows when exactly the inevitable will approach, but we all know it is inescapable. But what makes death seem more realistic to us and those in denial of it is the lucid pictures of people suffering, in pain and those...
  • Ones Feeling
    742 words
    Throughout many generations, love and lust has become a part of society that people cannot differentiate between the two feelings. To some, love is a passionate and exciting kind of feeling that only few share and to others, lust is the feeling that most everyone comes to feel though it is the feeling that is mistakenly believed as love. To be able to tell the difference between the two is very difficult due to the fact that love and lust has so many similarities while they are two most definite...
  • Bill And Mary
    480 words
    Early Autumn What is love So many people wonder, yet few really know. Love is blind, but if you are fortunate to find true love, you should cherish it and never let it go under appreciated because love is ever changing. In the short story Early Autumn by Langston Hughes, this ever-changing cycle of love is evident. When Bill was very young, they had been in love, but something unimportant caused them not to speak. Bill went away, bitter about women. Many times in relationships spouses lack the c...
  • Jack's Feelings For Mabel
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    Title: "The Horse Dealer's Daughter " By: D.H. Lawrence Characters: Joe: He is the oldest brother. He is broad and handsome in a hot, flushed way. He had a black moustache and a red face. He had a sensual way of uncovering his teeth when he laughed. He felt he was down now. The horses were his life. They were almost like his own body. He felt his life was over now. Fred Henry: This was Mabel's other brother. He was master of any horse, and he carried himself with a well-tempered air of mastery. ...
  • Vladimir's Obsessive Love For Zinaida
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    First Love: Pathway to Adulthood Love is one of the strongest emotions that a human being can feel. Itc an arise ever so suddenly, spreading a feeling of warm happiness through every inch of a person; like wildfire spreading through a tree. But as the feelings become more intense, the flame of passion can turn into a blazing fire that burns painfully through every vein. A person's first love is especially powerful because it grows from an innocent, na " ive passion. Such was the case for both Vl...
  • True Meaning Of Love
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    The Joy Luck Club Log #1 In the novel, "The Joy Luck Club" by Amy Tan, the ignorance and disregard of, and the necessity of love are all introduced. As the characters in the story explain their life stories and memories. The characters in "The Joy Luck Club" seemed to take love for granted, by ignoring love and concentrating on material possessions and hiding their true identities. It seems to me that they don't notice or realize loves importance. Harold, Lens St. Clair's husband is the one char...
  • Leave Me O Love The Best Love Sonnets
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    Love is a difficult thing to express in words in any given language. It is near impossible to convey the paradoxical pain and pleasure of love that sounds dreadfully horrid but simultaneously magical. Most people are often confused and have a hard time figuring and sorting out exactly how they feel and felt about their love and relationship. However, to love someone or be loved by someone is a special gift, and to be able to convey your gratitude for whatever you received out of the relationship...
  • Mothers Love For Her Child
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    Upon reading Erich Fromm's The Art of Loving, I gained a better understanding of what love really is. Fromm's book puts love into perspective. He begins with several facts with regards to the attitude in which people treat love. They are the problems of how to be loved, the object to love as well as the confusion between the initial experience of falling in love and the permanent state of being in love, which had a great impact on me, as far as thinking about what love is. Strangers meet, they b...
  • Feelings Of Love
    403 words
    The Love of Lesbos Poetry is a form feelings, thoughts, and opinions. However, many times in writing a poem, the poet reveals much more than just his or her emotions. Society's beliefs and personalities are often portrayed. The poem "He Is More Than A Hero" by Sappho shows that Ancient Greek culture valued of love. The Greek society regarded love as an important, viva rent emotion. "He Is More Than A Hero" accurately depicts the high amount of respect Greek people displayed for feelings of love....
  • Holy Sonnet 14 Donne
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    1/01/00 English John Donne John Donne was a writer with exceptional talent and had an intense feeling about all that he wrote. In the beginning of his life he was a charming man who, was accepted by royalty because of his personality and writing ability. Having been employed by one of the queen's highly regarded men, he worked and associated with the high class royalty. Donne's life and job lead him to meet and eventually marry his employer's daughter. This couple caused scandal due to the class...
  • Emotional Intimacy Dimension Of Love
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    Prospectus For my Junior English Research Project. I would look into the different theories of what attracts two people to another. I chose this topic because I just want to know a true, good, and official reason for falling in " love". Love, Well true love is a one in a million chance of happening. So... I hope to find out what the different theories is most affective and accurate. Q: What is love? A: Love is when you have strong deep feelings for someone else and care about that person very mu...
  • True Meaning Of Romantic Love
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    Many people want to have a romantic love in their life; however, romance is such abstract feeling so that we do not know whether it exists or not. In many cases, we can find that romantic love do exist in varieties of movie, song, and even books. Therefore, some people do believe that romantic love exists, and they feel that romantic love does not seem to be abstract. For example, we can find in many movies that the main male character sees the main female character, and then all of a sudden, he...
  • Very Powerful Level Of Love
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    It is rather difficult to speak of love in an original sense today. If someone were to ask an individual to define love, a common response would be, "love cannot be explained, it cannot be defined". This answer would be acceptable if love was equally felt for and between all people. But anyone would have to agree to the fact that there are different degrees and levels of love. Someone would not love his or her family members the same way they would his or her spouse. Love varies between differen...
  • Art Of Loving From A Spiritual Perspective
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    Erich Fromm, an American psychoanalyst, is best known for his application of psychoanalytic theory to social and cultural problems. He was born in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, and educated at the universities of Heidelberg and Munich and at the Psychoanalytic Institute in Berlin. He immigrated to the United States in 1934 and subsequently became a citizen. The theories of Fromm lay particular emphasis on the concept that society and the individual are not separate and opposing forces. That the na...
  • Romantic Love
    688 words
    Love is different for each and every individual. It can be felt for a person, an object, a feeling or a way of life, making it difficult to encompass a true interpretation. In ancient Greek history, philosophic pillars such as Plato and Socrates divided love into either earthly or heavenly. Earthly love was a feeling of lust and sexual desire while heavenly love was shared both spiritually and intellectually. Personally, I believe love to be unconditional, selfish, obsessive, or romantic. Uncond...
  • Safe Right
    424 words
    Rest In Me Rest my child, you " re safe right here. Close your eyes, I see those tears And I know, how your heart grows tired Of life and it's trials Please lie down, still your mind Quiet all your thoughts, and you will find Even though, you " re an imperfect child You " re still mine, and I love you Lord, I'm just scared and I feel unprepared And sometimes I just feel like I'm wandering around And the nights feel so cold And my sin grows so old And I do what I don't want to do Help me hide whe...
  • Strong And Passionate Love
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    Reflective Essay Love is what makes the world go round and it is a much broader topic than would appear. As stated in genre two, "Love is not one thing but many. Love is everywhere!" Through much study and research on this very topic, many things have become obvious. Love has an enormous existence and comes in many shapes and forms. After reading James Nagel's brilliant piece of writing, 'In Love and War', you come to see just how strong and passionate love can really be. The boundaries in which...
  • Feeling Of Love
    665 words
    Love is perhaps the strongest human emotion, it has the power to alter the senses and cause either happiness or sorrow. To try to define love is impossible; one can only rely on examples or experience. One play especially gives several examples of love, "A Midsummer Night's Dream" written by William Shakespeare attempts to comically express the various types of love one can experience. Shakespeare illustrates the chemistry between four couples. He begins with Theseus and Hippolyta a couple await...

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