Yes, I ponder the thoughts perhaps at times throughout the day and then again sometimes not at all.
It has always baffled me why individuals refuse to love in our Godly given ways. I mean love is still love is it not, either you love someone or you do not.
Why is it that sometimes when one finds love they still are not satisfied and they still want more? Why, when the one you want to truly love you; truly does love you and that still is not enough?
Tell me why after the confession of love for another, one may eventually become neglectful like they did not care in the first place. As if their love of a lifetime will last throughout eternity without them lifting a finger towards the longevity and prosperity of the love itself. Moreover, causing one to decipher they no longer see or feel the urgency to lure, compete, seduce or induce the love they confessed to pursue so desperately with the other.
For me I say, if you have done all in your power to acquire the love you desire it is best to keep the love alive. Henceforth, there is nothing worse than finding yourself without the love you initially desired. Once you possess the love do everything in your moral and mortal power to sustain it. In my honest and heartful opinion, do not sit dumbfounded and watch the love slip through your impatient fingers.
Nevertheless, time after time that is exactly what we find individuals doing as they idlly allow precious love to float right down the drain as if they never sought after it to begin with. These thoughts definately remind me of my posting "Where Is This Person."
Retrospectively, where is the love you say you want, the love you say you desire or the love you say you have? Is your love somewhere collecting dust bunnies waiting diligently for your attention or are you nurturing it right now?
Intimate thoughts From the Heart of an Artist...,
Gwendolyn A. Thomas Gath