Love is a feng shui of sorts. Through the use of alliteration, she explains “My souls can reach, when feeling out... ... middle of paper ... ...cribe the most elaborate of thoughts. At first, the reader feels as if they fully understand the text but a deeper look exposes more than just a superficial love poem. The work doesn’t seem like an act of fiction because the realities of the sentiments are absorbed within the text. In the end, Browning loves him freely, without coercion; she loves him purely, without expectation of personal gain.
Which letting people trust, understanding and accompany their passion until the end of their life. For example in the story “Yellow Face,” written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, we have to see the meaning of love is to trust. It was that understanding between them, which show that love has unlimited possibilities of all the time. When the Grant Munro said to his wife after he finds out the secret between them and understand the reason why she does that, after all, he said, “I am not a very good man, Effie, but I think that I am a better one that you have given me credit for being” (Doyle page 17). This show what love truly is, it was that understanding and trust in the deep of the heart, even you know the ones you love keep secret and promise away from you, but that understanding of love will make you forget it, because that relationship has built on in love is the strongest force in the world.
The uses repetition saying How Do I Love Thee but she measures every part of her love using words such as " "depth," "breadth" and "height"--but it is a measure of the self, of who the woman-poet is and will be, and how can be valued." (Reynolds p 31) Although, love cannot be measured in numbers, Elizabeth uses it to express the depth her love for Robert. It seems as if Elizabeth is finding it hard to put a measurement or barrier on the capacity of her love for her husband, due to having to keep it all in for years. She believes in true love having no limits. The sonnets she has written "may not have been designed as a public statement" but it is said "here she escapes an old regime where she was enjoined to silence or riddles, and she transforms herself into a speaking subject who can take her own story to market".
Is there such a thing as truelove? Difficult as the answer is to find, many people have ideas about truelove. By comparing ideas of love between women and men, looking at religious love, investigating chemical love, and love in marriage will show what the meaning of true love is today. When looking at the differences of how women and men think about love, a very different point is made. In Steve Harvey’s book Act Like A Lady Think Like A Man, he discusses a woman’s love for her man, “Nothing … can compare with a woman’s love”(19).
Anne Bradstreet's Poem "To my Dear and Loving Husband" Anne Bradstreet?s poem, ?To my Dear and Loving Husband? presents a beautiful love theme. "Of ever two were one, then surely we" (1). This quotation is important because Bradstreet is pointing out that she does not feel as though she is one individual person. And one of the first questions that come to my mind is if Bradstreet was trying to make a point for all wives to be that way or she felt insecure about her own self.
Different people have many different religious beliefs. Throughout history, views of love have changed. Anne Bradstreet valued love as a strong romantic bond. In Bradstreet's poem, "To My Dear and Loving Husband" she writes, "I prize thy love more than whole mines of gold, Or all the ritches that Earth doth hold"(51). In this excerpt, Bradstreet is speaking to her Husband.
The word choices used by Anne Bradstreet in “To My Dear and Loving Husband” to bring the reader to assume that the poem is about true love are mostly her use of love and the way she describes how the wife loves her husband and his love for her. “If ever man were loved by wife, then thee” you are brought under the assumption that the wife is madly in love with her husband and she does not think that another could love their husbands just as much (Bradstreet 2). “I prize thy love more than whole mines of gold” the wife cherishes her love for her husband and it is worth more to her than anything gold or money could buy (5). “Thy love is such I can no way repay” the husband loves his wife so much and she has no way of repaying such love (9). In this quote the wife is stating that her love is so much that nothing could stop it from flowing, “my love is such that rivers cannot quench” (7).
Unlike younger adults who instantly see someone, find them attractive, and automatically want to start a relationship. Rather than people who are older or define love the way I define it as, start a relationship with someone you are best friends with, have that connection when knowing or dating for a long time. Younger kids do not understand the concept of how love is, they seem to as well think they are in love when someone talks to them, likes their picture on social media. Love is long lasting, the real love is going through the fights, the bad issues that happen in the relationship they grow from it. I am going to use my parents as an example, my parents have been through everything, anything you can think of.
Again, the role of the parents is the key to their children’s development. There is no marriage that is impeccable; but when you fulfill the commitment of spending the rest of your life with someone “for better and for worse,” marriage is the most rewarding manifestation of love in the world. Although, some marriages, despite the promise of “till death do us part” simply just don’t work. For marriages that turned immensely sour, divorce might be the only resort. However, if you don’t want to see your children in the wrong direction, and if you don’t want to suffer despondency, and economic burden, you better think twice before getting a divorce.
In our world today, many people has fallen in and out of “love” but the real question is what love is? According to the dictionary love can be a passionate affection for another person. Love can also be expressed in several different ways like love for family and friends or personal belongings. However, there are several important traits in love which are Compromise, communication, and trust. In the early stages of a relationship, it’s not known for couples to fight and tolerate each other’s bad habits because they are experiencing they ‘honeymoon ‘phase.