Great love

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Among the more curious questions that can be asked about love is this:when one feels romantic love ,does he feel it in breaks .with interruputions or clanges,or does he feel it continuously without interruption or change.

Poetry and song. seciuce one into  thinking  love continues without interruption. "Love is notlove which alters when its alterations finds,"wrote Shakespeare in one of his famous sonnets .Love is "an ever-fixed mark that looks on tempests and is never shaken," he continued .And Elizabeth ROBERT Browning wrote of her constancy to her husband Robert in such lines as this:“what I do and what I dream include thee."Some of the greatest operas also praise the ever-lasting love by some heroes and heroines dying for it.

In reality,love probably goes on with breaks and interruptions .First ,it's difficult to suppose that one can experience anything continuously.Sleep interrupts wakefulness ,and sleep itself is interrupted by dreams and nightmares.The feeling one has for his lover during wakefulness may be blotted out or intensified by sleep.In either case ,the feeling changes.

When one is awake,he cannot fix his eyes for his attention constantly on a single object.He must blink,if nothing else .More likely he will look to something else for variety or from necessity.His mind may turn to the stock market or he may become fascinated by the operation of a pile driver on his way to work.His focus for such of his day is on work.As he closes the door to his office,his thoughts may turn to his love ,but sitting at his desk,his eyed fix on the print and figures there.






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