Hmmm, napaisip ako dito. Biglang nag-analyze. Do I weep for the lost love or the love (person) I lost.Hmmmmmmmmm ...- Mr. Scheez
if its between a lost love (idea) or a love (person) lost (as put forward by scheez) i wept for the love lost.each love (the person) has a uniqueness to him that cannot be likened to factory-produced barbie dolls that have the same mouth width. :)
@the geek, in this case it's a noun.I noticed that you (mr scheez and pie) used 'love' for both the person and the emotion/act/feeling, instead of using the word beloved for the person. It's like you don't want them separated (love and the beloved). That's interesting.Also, for you to lose a person means you used to have him/her in the first place. What does it mean to "have" a person?
In my opinion, for you to "have" a person means that that person gave him/herself to you. I think. =)-- Mr. Scheez
damn it. andami ko ng namiss...dapat icompile mo na to tapos ipublish as a book! hahhaha..
ouch.this truly fits my state now.it's been 5 months yet it's like 5 yrs.
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