Would our futuristic Romeo and Juliet determine that love is worth dying for?
Maybe the sun will continue to shine, maybe the rain will continue to fall, maybe you want to leave me behind. Whenever I cry, I end up hurting you.
If loving you is wrong... I would have loved you anyway.
I mean I have dated women, I have dated men, I have fallen in love with a woman, I have fallen in love with a man. I think that's what's interesting and what kinda drew me to the friendship was that it's a story about finding your soul mate and I was shocked the first time I fell in love with another woman. Not because I wasn't attracted, all my life I have been attracted.
Nah, you just don't seem to have any concept of making a rational argument. Two scraps of Shakespeare that use the same word have about as much naturally in common as two bricks from similar houses. You say I wouldn't get it, yet you also mistakenly accused me of 'chronological snobbery'. Your unnecessary condescension is practically the meaning of the word 'snob'.
So, your position is so superior, mine so corrupted, that you say you can't communicate?
What a cop-out excuse that is.
You have no idea how it hurts to be as confused and unhappy as I am.
I would love to have some of Granma's other talents, but no, I would not want to change my life or looks with hers. I have found that everyone seems to want to be somebody else, no matter what their gifts. The intelligent ones want to be pretty, the pretty ones want to be talented, the poor want to be rich, the famous want to be anonymous... I believe each person is given limitations and must try to make the best of what they have and go beyond the limitations.
When I passes away, I'll be blessed if anyone even cares.
Even if we walk different paths, we're under the same sky. Lives that are not linked, might not exist.
Whenever I was happy, you were fulfilled.
Our mysterious, deep relationship. People call it love, even before we were born.