January 28th, 2007
|11:21 pm - hearts and stars|
i don't understand people who declare they are giving up on love/relationships/etc.
not that i don't understand the motivation or the desire, but i just don't think i would be capable of doing that even if i wanted to (which i don't, but i am a stupid romantic. ymmv). i seriously would have to cut off all contact with anyone i could potentially be interested in, which wouldn't be giving up on love so much as avoiding its possibility. i don't know how to not like someone i like, and if i like you, i like you. i feel fully.
or maybe by fully i mean desperately. it's hard to tell where your feelings are really coming from, you know?
np: Natalie Imbruglia - Left of the Middle - 01 - Torn
People who declare such things are just being melodramatic, methinks.
well, people who say I WILL NEVER LOVE AGAIN probably are. but like, i've known people to swear it off for a year or three, and to indeed henceforth do so
Yeah, it's like you'd have to consciously say NO to life. Ugh!
|Date:||February 6th, 2007 09:40 pm (UTC)|| |
It's not so much swearing off love as it is losing interest in the process of it. Though I can't understand really the idea of setting a timeline, usually such things just end themselves when you fall for someone and trick yourself into believing that the world is a wonderful place again.
And people who listen to that song are bound to get melodramatic (or romantic).
But, I agree Daniel-San, I could never stop loving.
|Date:||February 14th, 2007 07:54 am (UTC)|| |
i'm glad to hear this. keep your heart open
and! i hear tell that you are making the move to sf soon! or recently did or something, i forget exactly
and hi sometimes i respond to comments from 2 weeks ago
BUT YOU AND I ARE BEST FRIENDS EVEN THOUGH YOU HAD KITTYITIS. for real. how does that fit in with what you said?