Modern Romanticism

The aspect of romance, divided between the heartening and the thoughtful.

Words of Wisdom – “The Ending of the Timed Romance” – 8/1/2019

August 1, 2019

“How does love begin? It begins upon first glance, when the man can see through to a woman’s eyes, and notice what he’s been avoiding; that is, his reflection. The sadness, and the shame, to which all his actions have made the man eternally guilty. A man does not need a reminder to his remorse. A man does, however, require forgiveness to this innate instinct of guilt. Those eyes of a woman are there to allow him to see another sort of mirror, and that is the mirror of what he needn’t be shameful for; although, the romance will end, by the time it has taken to elapse into many months or years, when his features begin to change, and that ‘mirror’ is no longer seen as close to its original sighting. Upon first sighting, a man has seen a woman’s eyes, and that mirror, and all what he’s denied, as the power of love, will soon become the acceptance on both sides, both for man and woman. Although, should insecurity be of him, and those months or years have begun to elapse themselves, he’ll not see his own reflection in her so clearly as it once was, before him. In that relationship, many observances spring up, many other experiences are met, and what had once been seen in her eyes, is now something distant.”


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