Love takes many forms:
-Between parent and child.
-Between owner and pet.
-Between sweethearts/spouses. The most common thought that springs to mind when love is mentioned.
And sweethearts/spouses are not limited to husband and wife; wife/wife and husband/husband is not uncommon and it is just as passionate and sweet as heterosexual unions.
Love is all the same; it's spelled with the same letters for everyone. And, when love is allowed in, it conquers just about anything.
Tha mi ‘na dhuine...(I’m his husband)
“‘S e a leannan a th’annam.” (“It is his lover that I am.”)
Tha sin mar a thuirt mi! An tuig? (That’s what I said! Understood?)
Carson a tha sibh ag ràdh nach fhaod mi (Why are you saying that I may not)
E fhaicinn?! Dh’fhon mise ‘n ospadal, thainig (See him?! I phoned the hospital, I came)
Mise leis, is tha sibh mar seo gam làimhseachadh?! (With him, and you’re treating me like this?!)
Na abairibh thugam nach fhaod mi (Don’t say to me that I may not)
E fhaicinn! Tha ‘n còir sin agam! (See him! I have that right!)
Bha sinn còmhla ri còig bliadhnaichean (We have been together for twenty-five)
Fhichead, o chionn colaide...! (Years, since college...!)
Agus chan eil na còirean no na leasan (And we still don’t have the rights)
Phòsaidh againn fhathast! Seallaibh pàrantan (Or the benefits of marriage! Behold those)
Òga sin! Cha robh iad còmhla (Young parents! They haven’t been together)
Deich bliadhnaichean, agus tha na còirean aca! (Ten years, and they have the rights!)
Dè ‘n cuid nach eil sibh a’ tuigsinn?! (What part are you not understanding?!)
Tha gaol agam dha! ‘S e cèilean a th’annain (I love him! It is practically husbands)
Gu dèantach! Carson a cha thuig sibh?! (That we are! Why won’t you understand?!)
Ma bàsaichidh e, anas dèidh (If he’ll die, after that,)
Sin, dè tachairidh thugam...?! Air an sùchd Dè, (What will happen to me...?! For God’s sake,)
Leigibh mi faic e...! (Let me see him...!)
Theireadh sibh seo thugam...?! (You would say this to me...?!)
O Mhoire! O Dhia, carson?! (O Mary! O God, why?!)
Aig lugha abairibh thugam (At least say to me)
Gum bi e gu math. Ma ‘s e ur toil e...! (That he will be all right. Please...!)
Ma ‘s e ur toil e...! (If you please...!)
Love is an incredibly powerful word. When you're in love, you always want to be together, and when you're not, you're thinking about being together because you need that person and without them your life is incomplete.
This love is unconditional affection with no limits or conditions: completely loving someone. It's when you trust the other with your life and when you would do anything for each other. When you love someone you want nothing more than for them to be truly happy no matter what it takes because that's how much you care about them and because their needs come before your own. You hide nothing of yourself and can tell the other anything because you know they accept you just the way you are and vice versa.
It's when they're the last thing you think about before you go to sleep and when they're the first thing you think of when you wake up, the feeling that warms your heart and leaves you overcome by a feeling of serenity. Love involves wanting to show your affection and/or devotion to each other. It's the smile on your face you get when you're thinking about them and miss them.
Love can make you do anything and sacrifice for what will be better in the end. Love is intense,and passionate. Everything seems brighter, happier and more wonderful when you're in love. If you find it, don't let it go.
That word is love.
2.) A feeling that will not be returned to me...
You have great chemistry:
You get lost in your conversations, and the hours pass like minutes. You're more than willing to listen to her when she talks about her day. The chemistry between you is remarkable.
You find her beautiful:
Even if you catch her with no makeup on and her hair pulled back while she's unclogging a toilet, she still looks beautiful to you.
You want to spend time with her:
All you want to do is to be with her, whether you're having sex or not. Even if she tells you that sex will have to wait, you don't care.
You see a future together:
You experience the strange feeling that your life would be totally empty without her. You tell your friends and family that she may be The One, and you're even thinking about marrying her.
You introduce her to your family:
It becomes very important to you that your parents like her, and that she gets along with everyone close to you.
You include her in all your plans:
Whether you're going out with your male friends or taking your dog for a walk, you want her there with you. And if she's not there, you can't get her off your mind and sneak off to give her a quick "I miss you" phone call. Of course, you don't tell your buddies.
You are more romantic:
All of a sudden you find yourself listening to cheesy romantic songs and thinking of her. You send her flowers and love notes to work and set up romantic evenings candlelit dinners at home.
You always take her side:
If someone says anything even slightly disparaging about her, you immediately rise to her defense. Furthermore, in social gatherings, you always agree with her even if you disagree behind closed doors.
She makes you want to be a better man:
She challenges and motivates you. She makes you happy, and you'd do anything to make her happy.