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Romance and the hopeless romantic [Mar. 14th, 2006|10:38 am]
That aint important...
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[Current Music |Moonlight Sonata: Adagio sostenuto(the popular one)]

Romance is defined by Webster's dictionary as a love story or an emotional attraction and/or aura belonging to an especially heroic era, adventure, or activity. I think back to one of my previous relationships and realize for the 100th time that is was purely indulged in romance. From the way we kiss and made love to the very dying end, it was romance in every way. But, that's another story....

To me romance is a little more than just a love story. You have to be involved in it once before you can actually define what it truly is. I mean, it's different for everyone. Some say it's a flower given to you by a loved one. Others say it's staying true to the one you love till the end of your lives. Such a feeling is beyond words.

The music I'm listening to, Moonlight Sonata, some people have considered to be lament. For all you non musicians, that means they consider it a song played over the lost of a love one. Strangely enough, it sounds romantic to me. Exotic even. Do I have an odd taste for music or is it the fact that I can relate to the song? It's something about the song that draws an emotional I haven't felt in ages.... The "phorbidden sensation". It's like, I feel so sensual for some odd reason when I hear this song.

I associate the music I hear everyday with something going on in my life. "Aeris' Theme" I have associated with my childhood, pure and innocent. The good ol' days. "Duel of Fates" of the Star Wars : Episode I Soundtrack; I have associated that with the battle I know one day I will have that will decide the fate of those I love as well as myself and the world as we know it. No, it's not going to be some sword fighting. A battle can take the form of many challenges from just living to living with a disease. Anyway, back to what I was saying. The Moonlight Sonata, for some odd particular reason, I associate with making rich, pure, and untainted love with a mysterious, unknown woman. I am assuming that this is my soul mate. But after reading
an article on it, my view has been slightly shifted. It's crazy but I'm seeing vampires, immortal, bloodshed, and other nocturnal activities. Am I strange?
Anyway, gotta head to class.....