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Discussion on the works of John Keats.

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Postby Saturn » Fri Mar 11, 2005 11:59 am

What can I say - I WAS naieve and ridiculous, but aren't all lovers ridiculous?

This had nothing to do with getting my rocks off Despondence, call it old-fashioned romantic or sentimental, but this was a love which wasn't all about sex.
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Postby Despondence » Fri Mar 11, 2005 7:35 pm

Hey dudes, relax, I didn't mean to offend or anything. Sorry if you took it that way. All I'm saying is, I recognize myself in your description of yourself, but I happen to know that it's not a unique thing, it's something probably most of us go through at some point. What's funny to me is your absolute certainty that you will never ever find another one like her, while I'm 100% certain that you will find someone even better. Well, that's just my 2 cents of kitchen sink philosopy.

Postby Steen » Sat Mar 19, 2005 1:18 am

Never give up. As Alexander Garaham Bell said

"God never closes a door without opening a window, however people often stare so long and regertfuly at the door that closed that they fail to see the open that opened."
You don't love a women because she is beatiful, she is beatiful because you love her.
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