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Who owns the love?
Often, we speak and write about love, We sing songs about love, we write poems and novels. Love is the most popular subject of songwriters and poets.
But we don't ask who the owner of love is.
I have my own theory about it.
Love is not a possession. Even if we love someone, we don't own the love per se.
Love is independent, and nobody knows if and when love hits us. We can't plan to love. It just happens.
Love doesn't have any schedule or ordinary plans.
Love can't be ordered and delivered. Love cannot be forced or demanded.
Love gives itself to us, but if we don't look after it, if we do not appreciate it, love leaves us again. Love comes unexpectedly and stays as long as we deserve it.
Some people say you can't lose the love.
They say if you say you lost the love, you had never loved.
How can they say so? How do they know that?
Nobody can see the love, and nobody can hear and touch the love. Nevertheless, she is the strongest feeling we are capable of. Love touches our hearts and souls, speaks the most wonderful words we ever heard, plays the most romantic melodies, makes us sometimes fools, can make us infinitely happy and sad at the same time.
But nobody can say he/she owns the love. We should treat love as that treasure as it is. Precious and irreplaceable.
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