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  • asked in Humanities 3rd Mar '14:

    A quote, "Love never dies a natural death. It dies because we don't know how to replenish its source. It dies of blindness and errors and betrayals. It dies of illness and wounds; it dies of weariness, of witherings, of tarnishing." Anais Nin. Do you have a love story to share?

    Mark Heartford replied 30th Mar '14:

    The Un - full field

    The love we miss due to our or others thoughts and fears.

    As I read the question about love. I recall all the past mistakes of errors of judgement I had in the love I could have had.

    We all have had that I suppose. From out school days of fancying the French teacher, my first crush, to the sixth form of trying to get a date.

    In the office of our first job of trying to pull a temp at the Christmas office drinks party.


    The love of loving someone who you cannot have because there married.

    Happily?!?! I don't know.

    What do you do with a love that lives in the mind and the heart which cannot be full field, like planting a field of flowers and nothing grows

    (that's why I used full field)

    I wait and hope that the sun will shine, the rain comes down and love will find a way to come my way.

    I wish, I wish , I wish

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