Oxymoron

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“Love is

a wonderful,

terrible

thing”

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William Shakespeare

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Although the word oxymoron,

(from the Greek, Oxy: sharp and Moros: dull)

did not become a part of the English language

until 50 years after Shakespeare’s death,

the bard knew it was coming.

Love is the emotion that can both soothe the soul

of the savage beast

as well as inflict the most horrible pain that

the heart can experience.

Today, know that love can only be love

when it goes to the extremes,

enjoy the oxymoron.

Love is the ultimate oxymoron.

Love is helping someone love themselves.

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ME and the Boss

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About Michael_e

Retired in Florida, God's waiting room... Writing to maintain a sense of purpose. Click on picture to link to As A drunk Sees It. View all posts by Michael_e

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