I Will Take Death  

cploffunpeeple 44M/44F
17 posts
12/15/2005 8:20 pm

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3/3/2008 9:58 pm

I Will Take Death


I am happily married and in love with my wife, however, that can end at any moment. However, I spend a lot of time trying to keep the emotion alive.

When I was a whole 11 years old I was in a fight at school with a boy named Scott. I hated this kid, I wanted to kick his ass every day and I did not know why. One day, he finally spoke to me and I just went up and socked him in the face. A short fight broke out and we were off the the Principal's office.

The higher authority in all their wisdom sat us in the office in chairs side by side; however, I did not have the urge to hit him anymore. We began talking and then I was called in to the Principal's office and soon my mother came to take me home for three days.

Upon my return to school, I again saw Scott and I had no urge to punch him in the eye. Further, I only had the need to talk to him again. Turns out we lived close by, like a lot of the same things, and soon became good friends.

Hate, or what ever, is an emotion that comes and goes. Love is an emotion; therefore, it can come and go.

Another example is that "unconditional love" is upon a condition. Many people say that the child's love is "unconditional"...My ass...Love is conditional, it is always conditional. Tell me a 6 year old kid is going to love his parents that beat him and wont give him any food. No he is scared...that is not love.

So, although, my current wife and I are swingers...we can range from the "pushy give me sex type" to the "nice dinner partners" we try to make sure that we know there are two important things that could end tomorrow...our life and our love.

Which would be worse...the love...and least in death you were loved.

tantra1967 49F  
1 post
8/4/2006 11:45 pm

Why would you ever marry?


badfatboy 64M/57F
31 posts
3/3/2008 9:43 pm

I can tell you're older or from a smaller town. Today the kid's Homies would just pull a Drive By on your house the next night. They Love to do that. I think I understand what you're trying to say but I'm not sure I can buy into it completely. I think there are different "levels" maybe of love. True it's an emotion but to myself it's more. It's a bond. I love a lot of people and things. There are a lot of men that I love. That does not mean I'm Gay or Bisexual. It's the emotional kind of love. What you have with a wife or "special" partner or your children is a deeper bond along with the emotional part of it. You are correct about losing it but if you have the deeper type you may go your seperate ways but you will always love that person. That's my .02 cents worth. lol


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