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anonymous asked:

Why do you love the person or people you love? (romantic or platonic) Could you ever forgive your worst enemy?

Why do you love the person or people you love? (romantic or platonic)

“Bit of a loaded question in my opinion but alright. I have no experience with love and there are few people it can be applied to. Very few. –Seeing as I’m no expert I can’t even say if there are distinct reasons. Somehow I doubt it. I could list what I love about them and in what ways. But why? 

…Maybe because I am awestruck but their very existence, the beauty of their mind, the strength and passion of such a life, how uncompromisingly they live, how captivating they are. Maybe because the colors of their voice match their eyes. Maybe because of how much brighter I want to shine when they are near, how I can never quite bring myself to look away, maybe because of what they allow me to be with them. Maybe because I’ve seen them as calm as I have seen them wild, maybe because there is such trust and intimacy between us that it makes me tremble with terror. Maybe I love them because I want to feel something raw and new and absolute for someone else and only they deserve it. Maybe I’ve quite lost my mind. Exciting, isn’t it?”

Could you ever forgive your worst enemy?

“Sure I could. Forgiveness is easy. But will I? Hmm, no.”