Modern Romanticism

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

Words of Wisdom – “A Perception of a Woman, by a Man” – Philosophy on Love – 11/8/2019

November 8, 2019

“A woman has long legs for a reason. She is meant to be held down, in undying loyalty, so as to never float or leap away.

A woman has large eyes for a reason. She sees the world over, attempting to discern and differ the ‘who’, upon the worthy and unworthy to take her flesh.

A woman has bared shoulders for a reason. She is always looking over them, to see a past heavy in shadows.

To her legs, keep her steady. To her eyes, keep your contact with them. And, to her shoulders, keep her staring ahead.”


Words of Wisdom – “A World’s Inability to Trust” – Philosophy on Love – 11/7/2019

November 7, 2019

“Trust is a placement, not an emotion, and the trust that extends from woman to man, is the trust of him to see truth with open and aware eyes. A woman holds all the truth among her flesh, and opposite from her ability to consume, is her ability to embrace. ‘Love-making’ is what will be loose, should it ever be tied to the mindset of a rapist. As accusation after accusation against a man becomes commonplace, we see a society around us that lacks the ability to trust. We’d not trust the rapist, and each spilled tear from a traumatized woman, is as believable as humanity itself. Do we deny that the crying orphan upon the road needs aid? Do we deny that the bird with a broken wing needs aid? We never deny what reeks of humanity, what reeks of hurt. Therefore, we won’t deny a woman’s tears, and will constantly believe in her words.

However, the notion of trust is an external expression that is, from a woman to a man, a belief that he’ll handle her flesh with care, with gentleness, and with romance. He’ll see truth, whatever has scarred her, without turning away. Her face was the bald sun when he removed the veil, and now, he views the flames.”