On Love II
Sometimes love is nothing even remotely sentimental. Love should wield a truthful hatchet with a plush handle. Before love there should always truth. Without truth before love you always get the opposite of love. The truth hurts but it always directs us to the correct conclusions. The truth says no matter which angle you approach love, you will always come to the same set of obstacles and dilemmas to be solved or disengaged from. Truth in essence means game over or to be continued. It is not always so direct. Sometimes a person has to continue down the path in order to find themselves at the same spot. Then the conclusion is game over even if it is nestled in idealism and misdirected dreams.
Notes on Love
No one really discusses love as it is. Yet it needs to be understood. Love songs care more about the absence of love or the unreciprocated manifestation of love. Love as it is comes from the earth and goes back to the earth however many times life falls absent or unreciprocated upon it. Love as it is is not afraid to die. It is unflustered about being unfulfilled or made to wait. By its very "is" nature it cannot be denied. It already knows the solution to the various illusions of its own problems. It laughs at its own rejection because it is essentially an agreeable triumph. If it is categorically rejected in one form, that means it never was there in that particular form to begin with. Love just is, or isn't.