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Love 5

  • Date Submitted: 11/14/2011 12:07 PM
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Love is the ultimate prize in life, the gift that I am most thankful for. The

description of love is found in every smile, every pounding heart, and the sweet taste

of every single kiss. Love is an emotional feeling deep inside the human soul.

Love is the basis of every day life, and it gives us the power to feel so affectionately

for one another. I would give up just about everything in my life for love, because

I could never be more thankful for anything else.

Love is found on the battle field of two passion driven hearts. I am thankful

for every chill and every goose bump I get, simply from the thought of being in

love. The power of love that flows from every tear drop rinses off the bad

memories of yesterday, cleansing my body and my soul. I hear my racing heart,

pounding in my chest, every beat pulling me closer to the reigns of love. The

empowering smell of love in in the air drives me insane, and I feel the strength of the

grasp of love upon my soul. The thanks I feel for beholding the gift of love is huge,

bigger than I would have ever imagined.

Love looks like the wind, because it is not literally visible. However, it can

be felt, giving proof to the saying that sometimes you have to believe to see. The

only way of seeing love is through the ways people show it. I am thankful for being

capable of knowing something exists, simply by feeling it and the power it holds.My

thanks for love is different than the thanks I feel for anything else. Most things I

am thankful for have somehow managed to become uncaring or unthoughtful, like

my mom. My mom has so carelessly caused our family to move from place to

place, close to forty times. She is the reason as to why I have gone to twenty-three

schools. At times this has caused me to feel a great amount of bitter regret and unthankfulness

towards her. However throughout the harsh realities, I have kept the faith of her...


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