Or madness – as I read this article listing the 19 best love stories of all times in comparison to modern definition or thinking – about stalking, obsession, and simple criminal behavior. Or do we just chalk it all up to being true love and the measures humans would go to achieve the forbidden ones.
If you are a historian of literature, you are then familiar with Dante -Italian poet, prose writer, literary theorist, moral philosopher, and political thinker. Who in light of his mind, fell in love with Beatrice, whom he only met twice in his lifetime, once when they were 7 and 8, and the other, while she walked down the street, they crossed paths and she simply said hello .
Anne Boleyn and Henry VIII – where if he couldn’t have her, he would behead her.
Edward VIII lost his way when he fell infatuation with Wallis SImpson and her Hollywood glam lifestyle to the point he aligned himself with the worst affliction to mankind.
No man is worthy of a cat fight if you will. The mistress forced suicide and the wife imprisoned for enforcing it. Henry II, Queen Eleanor and Rosamund Clifford
What do you call a relationship that is based on loving too hard, and fighting ( violent, combative, aggressive, pugnacious, truculent, belligerent, bellicose, disputatious, antagonistic, argumentative, hawkish) even harder?
How do you know if you are in love or otherwise?
I LOVE your post. Love is far beyond the individual that holds such feeling. Your post reminded me of a scene in the movie “Moulin Rouge” when they express each others ideas of love while singing “Elephant Love Medley”.
“It’s better to have loved and lost than never have loved at all”…. Love is transcending
wow. That’s awesome – That was a great movie
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