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L- lots
O- of
V- various
E- emotions

I tried once before to pick apart this word. I failed. The only way to sum it up is as stated in the above. I don't know why we love, what is love, or how to fall out of it. I do in fact know that every emotion is felt when you fall into it.

Scared that the one you love might fall out of love with you. Happiness that you found that someone you were searching for. Angery when someone tries to take that away from you. Jealous when someone is trying to catch your lover's eye. Sadness when someone you love dies or does in fact fall out of love with you. Excitement each day you see the face of the one your with.

Pretty simple. There are other emotions than the ones listed, but that would make a novel. Just something short and to the point for you to think about. The next time you ask," What does L.O.V.E. mean?" Remember the above. And always be thankful for love.


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The following comments are for "L. O. V. E."
by krazirenee

Hi! Liked that acrostic very much! It is my honor to tell you that love is such a thing that cannot be (yet) described. To understand--utterly--what love is you have to fathom in the love of Jesus and God. I don't know if you have any religion but that's the one love that will never cease to exist; the one love that will suffer it all, will bear it all, will embrace it all, till your heart will be brimming with such love that you'll be graceful and dignified to love all other people (fellow) as yourself.

"God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life."
John 3:16

The love of the world and the things of the world is just momentanuous. The real love is the love of God.

With love,

Samuel Kim

( Posted by: tkal317 [Member] On: June 19, 2003 )

God is love
and I agree with everything you said

( Posted by: suez-q [Member] On: October 12, 2003 )

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