Saturday, November 12, 2005
 
Again, I ask... is it better to have love and lost, then never love at all?

This time there is a story behind the question. Of star-crossed lovers that haven't even been given a chance. They ended before they ever begun. Stealing furtive glances and making small hints, nothing more and nothing less.

The story has a beginning but the happy ending is pending.

If left to fate, nothing will happen. If left to them, nothing will happen. But they are so perfect for each other that it seems as if Fate had put them together. Of course Fate is up to you, really.

The clock is a tick-tocking, they're racing against time and they know they will lose. So is it really worth it? Is all the pain in the end worth the happiness at the beginning?


- posted by Julia @ 10:04 AM | | 4 rocks in pond



4 Comments:

Having loved, currently loving, and being quite likely to lose, I still vote for love.

By Blogger Eva, at 10:01 PM  

History is full of star-crossed lovers. As a romantic, my heart longs for them to be happy.

As a Christian, when it is a love born of God's will, there will be no questions. The Spirit will sanction this love, and it will be the sweeter for having God's blessing. It will reflect the love of Christ and his bride, the church, as the marriage union is designed to demonstrate.
jr

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4:50 PM  

well said jr. well said.

-g

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:15 AM  

if they don't try they won't know

if they try they may find out... yes!

or maybe... no.

in my experience no pain trumps true love
pain passes
experience brings greater understanding of self
wisdom brings comfort
and love is everlasting (even after a relationships "ends")

as the song says... "true love is hard to find."
I would add that true love is hard to do too.

By Anonymous Jay Loomis, at 5:33 PM  

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