Lust is seeing a person that looks good and imagining things about that person. Love is having that special someone in your life for years and years and the love gets stronger and stronger each day. Love is always in the heart of a person. Love is better because it gives you stability. Love also gives you a reason to look forward to everyday.
This type of love tends to occur in those with low self-esteem and those who gain confidence in pleasing their love interest. Mania and agape love are similar in that they both have the ability to develop into a very intense and unhealthy relationship for both parties. In both instances the parties involved have the ability to lose their sense of reality. The styles of love that have been most prevalent in my life are logical love called pragma, and friendship love called storge or philia. A love that develops from a friendship usually prevents a lot of disappointments because you already know a lot about that person.
Their love making does not make neither of them feel ashamed or downgraded because they have a special friendship and comfort with each other. It also means that there are no secrets in their relationship. Olds then says, “I can barely walk/I wobble through the granular shadowless air/I know where you are with my eyes close, we are bound to each other with huge invisible threads/Our sexes muted,exhausted,crushed,the whole body a sex,’’(8-14) Olds says their sexes are muted meaning that their genders are muted. They do not see each other as a woman or man but as
The poet did not say “having sex”, “hooking up” or “screwing”. He used the term love because that is what is felt. Despite this love, there will be facets of your partner’s past that you will not really wish to understand, just as you do not wish for them to know
Only exhibiting characteristics of love, like sexual desire, cannot be used as a determination of love. Love can only be reached through the aspirations of lovers using the power of love. In Tristan and Iseult, the two accomplish many feats that seem worthy of love. However strong these
The other type of love Pausanias talks about is vulgar, common love. This love is considered bad because as Pausanias states its main focus is “to the body more than to the soul.” The main purpose of this love is simply to satisfy one’s sexual needs. Common love could both involve younger boys or female of any level of intelligence without the intentions of passing on virtue. He highly disapproves of vulgar love that he recommend laws be placed to prevent such acts. Pausanias believes love is only good when it is used for virtue and to increase one’s development and anything else is considered bad.
This also suggest a longing for a return to the time in her life Nikki thinks was her and her lover’s best love. Even if this means the love comes in the form of sexual intercourse. This kind of love, while extremely passionate at times, could also lack a certain intimacy found in true love. In other words sex is a part of love, not the other way
It has nothing to do with a passion between a man and women. It is used to interpret a soul feeling, the eagerness, enthusiasm, or zeal one would have regarding his affection towards the potential of equality. And power is used to exhibit the spirit or energy towards the readiness of peace. For the second half the two terms are used for much different roles. Love is used to depict the greedy feeling of obsession or infatuation of competence.
Mercutio inundates with wit, imagination, and crudity. His dialogue overflows with puns and bawdy remarks. Thus, it is not surprising that his view of love is one of lust and physical pursuit. He expresses the cynical side of love. Mercutio explains that love is a game.
The speaker explains that, “This last will justify my soft complaint/While that may serve to lessen my constraint.” (l.5-6), implying that it is Clarinda’s masculinity that the speaker is in love with, which justifies her sexual attraction. The use of the word complaint here refers to a poem about unhappy love; a lament. Unlike with an individual who is anatomically male, the speaker seems to feel free to give into her desires with Clarinda. In fact, the theme of desire is prominent in this poem. Behn explores the question of desire, who wants what and why and what keeps them from it, and she explores this from feminine point of view.