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Anew Age Shakespeare
Anew Age Shakespeare
Shakespeare once said that it is better to have loved and lost then to never have loved at all. Me i say that is bunk, it is better to have never known the touch and feel of true love, then the pain that is caused to when one looses that love. It is love that gives us life, love that gives a person reason to aspire, to commit, to try to be better than you are, with out love we do these things but to an extent that can only be considered monotony. Yet when one who has found their true love and lost that love, the heart dies and all will dies with it. The goals and dreams die as well when love like this is lost, and it doesn't matter who you are, at some point in our lives we all feel that kind of love, yet to be blindly led on in the hope that this love can be rekindled is blind foolishness, and it cause much more pain to the one who trys to hope for what is gone, and more than likely to never return. It is this pain that cause a person to live as a shell of whom they were formerly, never again does the light shine in their lives, but instead it is always dismal and dreariness that you find, no happiness will grace this person ever again. To the hopeless romantics out there who may read this know that love, when you find, no matter what never do anything to loose it because the resulting pain when lost is unbearable and even more so when the hope of its return is dangled like a carrot as the person whom you love more than life itself is the one who is dangling it in front of you as they seek comfort and solace with another.
With all this in mind is it better to have loved and lost than to have never loved at all, or is better to have never loved then to loose such love and fade to nothingness? That is a question that we all must ask ourselves in life when we decide to love some one with all our hearts and souls, to give that person everything that you are and to have turned to ash as you see them in the arms of another, with out a thought as to the pain that it causes you.