Deep In Thought…

If you are not able to express feelings poetically in words do you feel them any less than
an individual, let’s say a poet, that can express him or herself?

Is “I love you too” enough?

As I read the bio of Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton and go over his passionate and moving
letters to her I think to myself: That…THAT is passion…that is LOVE.

Although their love was SO scorching hot it burned them both to nothingness…

“I love you. Very very very odd curious strange bizarre unattractive without you…I love
you ghastily and horribly and terribly. I shall miss you with passion and wild regret…”

Elizabeth Taylor

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3 Responses to “Deep In Thought…”

  1. Jorge July 25, 2012 at 10:52 pm #

    Hola Muzzita bella, aunque me siento super cansado…

    Speaking of poems, muses, and every aspect of literature dedicated to love. It must be always sublimer as the love between a couple ascends. Thus for example, after forty years into the relationship, the literature MUST be of exemplary quality in reference to the couple’s beginnings.

    Post Script: It is not about making an impression with literature, but making literature of love with an impression of it (latency of love, not latency of fake) Furthermore, the latency of fake will inexorably unmask itself at its precise moment; this can be compared to that so-called scientist who steals ideas, but obviously cannot be consequential about them, ending in an exposure of crime.

  2. Jorge August 2, 2012 at 6:09 am #

    Hi Francesca:

    The writing from that response of mine is horrible =/ If you want to edit it, please do so.

    If you don’t want to post mentioned response, I don’t mind.

    Que tengas un lindo dia muzzita =) eres super bella

  3. Jorge August 9, 2012 at 5:40 pm #

    =) Publicaste mi segundo comentario? Que singular que sos !! =) By the way, E. Taylor nunca me parecio atractiva.

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