Bonilla 2 Jehovany Bonilla 02/16/17 Cid, English 1 2A Romeo and Juliet: unconventional “love” Love is defined as an intense feeling of deep affection. Love is when you go that extra mile for someone , when you feel silly or butterflies in your stomach when you are around the person you like. Infatuation is an intense but short-lived passion or admiration for someone or something. For example, it is when you don 't really like someone one you just feel like they are supposed to be with you because they are beautiful or pretty and it is something that you feel for a short time something, that you will forget because it wasn 't something that you wanted , it wasn 't something that you heart wanted it was something that your body did . For
Falling love is one of the easiest things to do. Realistically, being in love is not. It’s easier to be infatuated with the tantalizing facade of a terrible person than acknowledge their faults. In the novel, The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, characters face the trials and tribulations of falling in love with ideals rather than reality. The novel is narrated by the cagey and hopeful Nick Carraway as he bares witness to many love triangles and dangerous liaisons.
The two are different due to one being a comedy while the other is full of tragedy, but both of the stories centers around love making it the main theme in both of these tales. Both of the stories contain obsessive love, lustful love, and differentiate when it comes to true emotions. Between the two only one has fulfilled love while the other contains unfulfilled love. It 's quite noticeable that the love that some of the characters in The Great Gatsby and Twelfth Night can be seen as obsessive and creepy. This is most frequently seen through Gatsby (Great Gatsby) and Orsino (12th Night) with their love towards Daisy (Great Gatsby) and Olivia (12th Night).
Shakespeare warns of the jealousy that love can create, and the chaos of love without reason. However, despite these arduous difficulties, in the end true love always seems to
Also, this “debt” is “dear”, which means that being love with her is costly, as Nurse said, but also means that he understands they should have fallen in love if no one would accept them for being a couple; In fact, he is suppose to hate her not to love her. From this, we could feel that Romeo is shocked. Romeo is more passionate on Juliet in the film (Luhrmann, 1996, 30:13). When he first talks Juliet, he brings his face towards her and tries to kiss her immediately, and Juliet avoids him. This gives audience an image that Romeo is being a bit forceful to her, and in the perspective that he could not hold his feelings, he will be considered immature.
It is a simple line emphasising the simplicity of love. It is only as complicated as we make it. The love that people share is easy. If someone loves you, you don’t need apologies, you just simply need them. The more you complicate it, the more difficult it is to love and fall in love.
Both have to love each other.If the love is one sided it is like a shadow boxing or punching in the air.To fall in love is awfully simple, but to get out of love is simply awful- Especially if you are the one who wanted the relationship to last. For some it is like a changing the hat. These are habitual lovers. Many of these seek lust in the name of love. Every man has his secret sorrows.
Whether it is the impacts, love and an addiction both have on the body to how they change a person or to how they make a person feel, love is an addiction. When a person falls in love or gets addicted to drugs, their bodies behave in the same way. The warm and cozy feeling of being in love floods the brain with chemicals and hormones that produce feelings of pleasure, obsession and attachment. In Romeo and Juliet, Juliet did not just fall in love with Romeo. Lovers also feel a rush of exhilaration when thinking about him or her; it is a form of “intoxication.” Both love and addiction engage the same regions of the brain, the “rewards system.” Love changes a person both physically and mentally.
As her love faded a little I feel as though my love style could have slipped into “Mania”; Mania is an overwhelming love and results sometimes in the loss of one’s identity. I feel as though I fell in love really quickly and that during our relationship, I was too involved and came off as extremely needy. As I slipped into Mania, I was too invested in the relationship and would let it control my emotions. For this reason, I also questioned if my partner’s style became Ludus, or the style of love being a game that is played to control other people’s emotions. Looking back on our relationship, I wasn’t treated very well at all and I feel as though my partner just needed someone there and didn’t particularly care how she made me feel.