Raymond Christopher Rosado
April 9, 2018
Relations of Love
Love is a powerful form of what makes life worth living. Each person needs a form of praise and acceptance to feel good about themselves. People can be blinded by what true love is while others may empathize on to what true love is. An example of blinded love is a Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare. Hermia and Lysander fell head over heels for each other. Within a short timeframe, they ran away together into the woods. An example of true love is a Love Poem by John Frederick Nims. When situations are getting hard to handle, he sticks by his woman nobody what. The one that resonates with true love is John Frederick Nims. John gives an outlook on love that may feel realistic to most individuals.
Love can show up in many different ways in a person’s life, rather it is family, friends or even lovers. Love can be in a person’s life when the walls may feel like its caving in. In the poem called Love Poem by John Frederick Nims. His lover is a bit clumsy and he loves that about her. He is the type of person who closes his eyes and takes in the sounds of the moment. He appreciates the little things on what life gives even if his lover is a bit clumsy. Nims writes, “My clumsiest dear, whose hands shipwreck vases, at whose quick touch all glasses chip and ring, whose palms are bulls in china, burs in linen, and have no cunning with any soft thing” (Number). Love is never going to be perfect, there is no such thing as perfect love. John knows that and he appreciates the clumsy lover he has.
There is no such things as perfect love in the eyes other another. People may hold on to the hope of love being perfect. A minority of people may fanaticize on love, rather it’s in the bed room or scowling though social media. Each person has a different outlook on what love might be. In the play called Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare. Love can be looked at as fantasy throughout the story, but it has parts to it that brings forth signs of true love. Shakespeare states, “The course of love never runs sooth” (Number). Love does not run smooth and it can face many obstacles within a timespan.
The plays A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare and Jack shall have Jill;/Nought shall go ill by Shirley Nelson Garner, are both that give a definitive portrayal of love and power.
Shakespeare states, “In the woods, where often you and I upon faint primroses beds were won’t to lie, emptying our bosoms of their counsel sweet” (I i 215-220), the perception of love can be farfetched to the naked eye. An example of what realistic love is “
Shakespeare states, “The course of love never runs sooth” (I i 134), lo
The perception of love can be farfetched to the naked eye.