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  A Few Lovisms
by William S. Cottringer
Tuesday, March 04, 2003

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Love has nearly as many definitions as there are people who use the word. Here are just a few...

A Few Lovisms

Love is a moment of serendipity when two souls touch gently, without the clamour of their external “equipment.”
Love Lifts Our Vailed Essence.
Love helps you close the gap between the free will you know and the destiny you feel.
Love takes two people to a place where they both want and need to be.
Marriages which aren’t based on love are uncomfortable or uncomfortably comfortable.
Simultaneous tears of joy and sadness and combined feelings of passion and peace, can only be experienced in love.
You can’t find love, if you are lucky It will find you--then let it do with you as it wishes.
There is no greater hurt than love lost, but there is also no better way to grow one’s heart for the next time.
Love is life’s single exclamation mark to peoples’ many question marks.
Love is good at helping you remember what is really most important.
True love is just on the other side of great friendship and romantic passion--it is the common deeds of loving kindness and sensitivity.
They never warn you about the roller-coaster ride that comes with being in love. But then again, it wouldn’t matter because you wouldn’t listen.
There is no hiding in love…you are completely naked and vulnerable.
Making love is the natural celebration of being in love.
Love is the best and kindest of teachers, when it is listened to.
Love is life’s personal message to us, revealing our special “purpose.”
The preoccupation and immobility that go along with love can be bothersome, as can be the vulnerability and possessiveness it brings out. But these side effects don’t seem to stop us!
Liking and loving the same person is a real special treat.
Love unlocks your creativity like no other potion.
The lesson of love experiences is to gradually increase our capacity to love unconditionally.
Love is living at it’s best.
Love is loving and being loved..
Love is.

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Reviewed by Watching WideEyes (Reader) 10/18/2007
I remember when you wrote this poem, and why. It touched my heart to read it again.

Thank you.
Reviewed by Suzie Palmer 12/12/2005
Oh William!! This is fabulous!! I especially love this: 'True love is just on the other side of great friendship and romantic passion--it is the common deeds of loving kindness and sensitivity', and this: 'The lesson of love experiences is to gradually increase our capacity to love unconditionally.' and All of It!!
'Love is living at it’s best.
Love is loving and being loved..
Love is.
Love it!! Well done William!!
With Love & Friendship
Suzie xox :-)
Reviewed by Silke Lance, Dr. Ph (Reader) 12/13/2004
You are a very talented writer!
Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader) 3/4/2003
Heh heh heh...ooh this is good.
Sweet man you, to know this.
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