Wednesday, September 8, 2010

An unwritten love song

Stories about girls are a lot easier to write. Some would think it's because I was once a young girl but it's not that at all. The typical teenage girl especially is a very popular candy amongst many artist. Not just writers but directors, musicians, painters and so on. There is just something about them that get your "Artistic juices" flowing.

For example, there is a girl I have observed for some months now and I am convinced she was similar to how I felt in the past. This girl (who should actually be a woman by now) is desperately in love. But the person who quenches her thirst for love doesn't quite return it. I say quite because I am also convinced that he is in love with the thought of being in love with her. To explain, I will ask this, who really wants to end up alone? .... Exactly.

I don't COMPLETELY blame this girl for her adolescent actions. But it saddens me that women do this to themselves. Don't get me wrong, I am not persecuting the girl. Mainly because I was once this girl myself. Getting caught up in the ways of others and not the way of one's self.

Love is love. It's not marriage, it's not a partnership, it's nothing that truly involves someone else. Right? Love festers within us and we can try expressing it but that doesn't mean that we effectively communicate it. Love... is one of the best feelings in the world. But acknowledge it in the wrong way or miscommunicate it or take it from granted or the like... you're setting yourself up for the most crucial pain one can ever experience.

I write all this to lay down the ground work for a short story I want to work on. Hopefully it will be up within the week.

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