Have you tried to describe love? How love makes you feel?
With pen and paper?
I’ve tried… It ends up like this: Me, buried under a mountain of crumpled
pieces of paper.
The more you try, the harder love becomes to describe. This mountain of
crumpled pieces paper threatens to bury you alive in a snowy-like
Call the National Guard, the helicopters – Help!
What in heavens is a suitable analogy to describe love?
Is love a metaphor?
Does it speak in rhyme?
Roses are red… Violets are blue…
Is love real?
Oh, it’s real. Bet on it That funny melting feeling in your tummy
when a loved one stares at you “just so”… That’s real.
When the appropriate description for love fails you I say, think of brownies.
If love were a brownie, it would be a double decker.
Double decker brownies are two layers, coming together as one;
distinctive, yet converge in a homogeneous, harmonious manner. A perfect state of symbiosis.
Two layers sharing one common goal: To compliment the other in a way
that makes it not only palatable to the tongue, but makes other brownies
aspire to become a double decker.
Bite into a double decker brownie. There is no end and no beginning. You
can distinguish these layers, but why would you want to? They work
That is love…