People can sometimes become helpless to love...... surrendered.
When an argument does not work.
For that reason servant and housewife to hold hands
Why the future is for the owner to take steps with maid.
Just what so ever that she is in the closed arm of the man
in exchange for money.. Also have her a boyfriend.
Is the boyfriend wants her lover to another arm to numb?
But have to love her is beyond!
Because of the love of girlfriend is conundrum and helpless for boyfriend.
There is no specific definition of love,
To feel is the love of the subject.
Basically, a kind of conundrum that keeps sedated, Keeps the peace.
Man can not cut out this conundrum if who he truly affair or love.
However, to be truly lover to love someone to cut conundrum of love
by just barely the death or his creative efforts.....
Topic(s): love and pain
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