“Humans do not part by love, though part by trust. Within trust, physical closeness is there to reprieve fear, prejudice, and ignorance. Who we love in our lives, is always given trust to suppress doubt. Who we ignore in our lives, is always given distrust to encourage doubt.
Why would a songwriter write of ‘dead love’, when it is the trust that always dies? Surely, they could not write the song without the memories of them, and the experienced hurt?
It is never love that dies. It is trust that dies, being scaled to an extent of no determined eternity.
Though, what we remember, is always forever as much as it was important.”– Modern Romanticism