Treasure Island

Sam Byron

(053191 / waterville)

emotion of love


love is something that i will never understand fully.
love is meant to show people that you care. love is your mom kissing you bye in the morning. or sitting down and being understanding. love is listening. love is so much. but love has been destroyed. by people who fake the love. there are so many versions and definitions and meanings of love. but i think that the real ireason for love and understanding has been lost among many years of betrayal, hurt, and anger.
love is funny in how it comes and goes. love is funny in how it's shown.
people abuse those that they love....funny way of showing that they love them. but that's what they were shown and brought up to see and do. can you condem them for doing only what they were taught? can you condem them for not knowing that they're showing it wrong? can you tell them what the definition of love is? can you show them what is right?
if your not willing to tke the time then how can you condem them? should you not be condemed for not taking the time and showing them the norm of society?
one person can make a difference is what we have all been taught. but if we don't understand what we are tryng to do and see in society are we not teaching them wrong? for you cannot teach what you don't fully understand..... you can however plant the thought.

do i understand....no and i do not claim to. for not understanding things is the funnest part of figuring things out.

Submitted: Wednesday, January 21, 2009
Edited: Monday, January 26, 2009

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