There are times when confessions of loving feelings, leave you becoming the heartbroken and the heart-breaker all at once.
A love paradox
There is nothing better than being loved, right? Well, not exactly. Consider this love paradox: let’s call it a potential, twisty little menage a trois of sorts, where each one loves one — but no one loves each other. Confused? Cool, on we go.
So, ‘stupid cupid’ has fucked you over yet again.
Now you’re left stuck in a twist — ‘cos stupid cupid shot and missed.
What do you do when you love him — but he loves her — and she loves you?
Are you ready for love?
Being human is exhausting and exhilarating. They say love is the answer to everything, but I think it’s more of a question — a rhetorical one. I’m not the only one that has been left side eyeing cupid and asking ‘what is happening!’
Reciprocation in love, is indeed a welcome bonus. But, is it a necessary qualifier for real love?
Ready or not, here comes love — flooding into this space that you are being asked to co-exist in without drowning. Could you continue to cultivate love, watching your beloved love another that loves you?
Like dominoes we stand finely balanced, with one touch — we all fall down.
I think this human experience, asks you to risk it all for better and for worse sometimes just for the experience.
I developed Vertigo at some stage in my adulthood, some sections of Psychology say that if you are afraid of heights, you fear the fall — as well as the urge to jump and feel like you’re flying.
I guess real love feels a little something like this, the risk of both glory and devastation. Human natures fight or flight response, prepares us to feel it all.