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Immortal Love Expressions

Love is the language of the heart. It speaks softly that no one hears but the sky. Love is not divided when it is shared. After you learn to share, you realize It grows larger, it multiplies and you let go for freedom. The biggest kind of love is best remembered like huge wings of birds opening to fly It leaves unforgettable memories behind As William Wordsworth wrote, "To catch the breezy air, and I must think, do all I can, that there was pleasure there " What more can we say when the stamp of first kiss is absorbed tenderly by the lips of lovers? Here's how novelist Susan Wilson wrote about the love of a lady painter and a man. the victim of a disfiguring disease "He opened his arms and I went into them He murmured to me and slowly his arms strengthened, and my arms went around him until we held each other As naturally as weeping, they were gently met by our lips for one instant.

Slowly, I felt the awakening of desire as his kiss grew more ardent. (their love story is similar to the beauty and the beast )" The reality of true love is not measured by physical appearance There's no fresh surprise at the depth of simplicity or ugliness. but the telegraph of human need, desire and longing for passion Nothing less, everything is more Yes, this is the mystery of love shared and received without words in a passion- ate kiss. A delicate essence that even the hair is delighted to breathe the best-inspirational love poem "How do I love thee? let me count the ways I love thee to the depth and breadth and height my soul can reach when feeling out of sight For the ends of being and ideal grace. I love thee to the level of everyday's most quiet need, by sun and candlelight 1 love thee freely, as men strive for right. I love thee purely, as they all for praise. I love thee with the passion put to use In my old grief's and with my childhood's faith I love thee with a love I seemed to lose. With my lost saints I love thee with the breath, smiles, tears. of all my life! And if God chooses, I shall but love thee after death!

Imagine, Elizabeth Barrett was an ailing spinster when she wrote this in 1840, after Robert Browning proposed to her. Their friendship started through a five-month correspondence. which prompted the famous Robert Browning to declare his undying devotion to her poems and his pride and Joy at her praise of his work. A daughter of wealth, Elizabeth was sickly but her pale, fine skin, expressive dark eyes and black hair charmed Robert Browning, the elder poet. They eloped and were married in St. Mazylebone Parish Church without the presence of family, guests and no music and ceremony A secret marriage Then they escaped to France and later on to Italy. Love made Elizabeth stronger, the climate in Florence inspired the romantic couple. The scenic environment influenced their literary works. They earned enough to maintain a comfortable household.

After several miscarriages, Elizabeth D Browning gave birth to a healthy son on her 43rd birthday. Their circle of love included their son Robert Browning. Jr and nicknamed him. Pen A few months after her son's birth. Elizabeth presented to her husband the manuscript of Son nets From the Portuguese, which included the most loved poem of any age. " How do I love thee?"

If we shall count, Elizabeth loved Robert 44 ways counting each sonnet. In memory of his beloved wife, Robert wrote this tribute on a roman- tic and spiritual level that only a loving husband could express "I feel your brain prompt mine, Your heart antici pate my heart, You must be just be- fore, in fine, See and make me see, for your part, New depth of the divine"

Roses and lily are messengers of love. These classic blossoms invigorates the romantic senses of lovers. Flowers are delicate delights of painters, writers and music composers, too. With its celestial fragrance from heaven, white flowers symbolize purity and fidelity. Ms Lydia M. Child said, answers are the signature of angels, loved by all men for the beauty of their character. few can decipher even fragments of their meaning". William Shakespeare added a tribute to the refinement and eternal pleasure of white flowers "Yet marked I where the bold of Cupid fell. It fell upon a little flower; Before milk-white, now purple with love's mind, And maiden call it LOVE-IN-IDLENESS" There are several ways of sending love-message through flowers The classic gift of 3-stems of red rosebuds (thorn scraped off) means "I love You" in the reamed art of proposal. A bunch of orchids or a bouquet is a joyful feeling on the feast of loving hearts. Forget-me-not blossoms remind of true love. Blue violet faithfulness Lilac perfume signifies purity and first love Calla lily for fidelity. A potpourri of rose petals in a heart-shaped pouch means "You belong to my heart" Our romantic creativity surfaces on sunny optimism isn't it exciting? C'mon say it with flowers!

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