Tag: ROMANCE

A WORD TO THE LONELY SINGLE

The kind of world we live in robs most of us of ever having the lover we long for... (APHEL PERIHEL, "Electronic Ambient") This sad fact applies not only to singles but also to plenty of people who are currently married or attached to their "significant other" and who may even appear at times to be happy and fulfilled. For the one-woman man, … Continue reading A WORD TO THE LONELY SINGLE

ROMANCE AND THE PAIN TO PLEASURE RATIO

Alfred Lord Tennyson, in 1850, wrote: “‘Tis better to have loved and lost Than never to have loved at all” (from “In Memoriam”). Adverb: "Sea Breath" If we’re speaking of family, children, fathers, siblings, mothers, spouses, friends, I’d say Tennyson's statement is without doubt true-an axiom perhaps. We all lose someone, but we would not … Continue reading ROMANCE AND THE PAIN TO PLEASURE RATIO