Unrequited Love

Topics: Love, Close encounter, English-language films Pages: 2 (560 words) Published: February 5, 2013
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“Love makes everything come alive, it can turn the ugliest caterpillar into the most beautiful butterfly, and it can change the world so that it’s never dark, or sad or painful...” This is the line that marked on my mind after watching the movie Suddenly It’s Magic. I myself, really do believe in love, how about you? Do you believe in love? Do you know the true meaning of love? Well, I am here to give you some knowledge about love. The first kind of love is the most impossible love, the Platonic Love. Even though it was the most impossible love, it is the simplest of all types. It’s pure, friendly and something we experience from a very young age. Ever had a crush on someone? Of course you have! Crush the second kind of love. The first crush is a memorable experience, one that’s filled with confusing jolts in the stomach, sudden urges to throw up and a stupid sense of grinning satisfaction each time you see your crush. It’s a beautiful experience even if it did feel like your life depended on it at that time.“If you don't receive love from the ones who are meant to love you, you will never stop looking for it.” The third kind of love is the Unrequited Love. Unrequited love is a love filled with heartbreaks and one that almost all of us have experienced. It’s the dreaded one sided love, where you like someone and you know that person will never like you back. “Passion is a positive obsession. Obsession is a negative passion.” The fourth kind of love is the Obsessive Love. Are you an obsessive lover or someone who’s addicted to their partner? If you’ve ever been an obsessive lover, there’s a good chance you’ve sucked the life out of your partner and pissed them off until they eventually left you on the curb. Obsessive love is usually experienced by the novices who experience love for the first time, probably after having to deal with the scary unrequited love. Obsessive lovers are scared, insecure, and obviously obsessive about the relationship....
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