7 Dec 06
If asked why I love her I would say It’s the sway in her hips, the thickness in her thighs. It’s the lust in her lips, the love in her eyes. It’s the softness of her skin, the silk in her hair. It’s the twist in her walk; it’s the sweetness in her talk. It’s the way she loves me that makes me love her each day. That is what I would say.
7 Dec 06
One must understand whether "what is love" can be a question which can be answered? Love cannot be a question. For, if it is a question then an answer should be there. If the answer is there, where is it? This question is ancient and an answer should have been found by now! If the answer has been found, the question would have disappeared. But the question still remains, meaning the answer has not been found. If it has not been found as yet, then what is the certainty that it will be found? Maybe the mind can never find the answer! A single answer, which will please all minds, is not possible for each mind has its own ideas of love. Hence a universal answer is an illusion. Individual answers are there for love and for this very reason there are arguments about love for each mind will contradict the answer of another mind. This contradiction is normal for each mind lives in a different point in time. Hence "what is love" is an illusionary question, which has no answer!