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  • Unrequitable Love...

    Nevermind. Impulsive. If you got in before the bell...congrats, welcome to my headspace, watch out for flying objects.

    Let's talk about unrequited and unrequitable love, shall we?

  • #2
    Oh I have a story.

    Too tired to share right now.

    I still haven't figured out the ending either.
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    &quot;So David, are you finished suffering?&quot; and I say &quot;I'm not sure, what do you think?&quot; and he says &quot;you only<br />
    suffer as long as you want to&quot;.&quot;</font></i> -<b>Dave Gahan</b></div>

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    • #3
      Well, I kinda like unrequited love in a way... hard for me to put into words, but I think its part of the secret to long life. It doesn't matter how many people love you back... and in my life there's been a lot of people love me back... like way too ****************ing many I think. I didn't plan it that way... it just sorta happened over time. Well, I suppose if I'd never loved and was never loved back I might feel differently.

      But the one that doesn't love you stirs the heart in a different way. IMO, it's good for the soul to have something just out of reach, especially for a musician/writer sort of person. It keeps a part of you alive... if that makes any sense. If I were completely content and had everything I desired I may never pick up a guitar again. That would be much worse than unrequited love.

      It
      "Everybody loves you when you're six foot in the ground."
      ~John Lennon

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      • #4
        Just once.
        I knew we would make a great couple, but I never shared my true feelings - she was married and that's always off-limits, in my book.
        I see her occasionally, and the pang is still there.
        She's still married, but so am I.
        It's all good...just a part of life.
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        • #5
          This topic is a loaded gun waiting to get pulled so... I have to pass at this time. All I will say is, unrequited love may be my best friend when it comes to writing songs.

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          • #6
            This topic is a loaded gun waiting to get pulled so... I have to pass at this time. All I will say is, unrequited love may be my best friend when it comes to writing songs.


            Exactly!

            There was a thread a while back on another forum where the question was
            "Everybody loves you when you're six foot in the ground."
            ~John Lennon

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            • #7
              You guys are quite wise. I think she's been dicking me around. That's the worst, when they're mad that you would dare be into them. I asked her a simple question almost a week ago, one I need to know and I know she's read it. It was short and sweet, ended with: "I don't what you see me as. How do you see me?". No response, not even the dreaded "I don't know".

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              • #8
                This topic is a loaded gun waiting to get pulled so... I have to pass at this time. All I will say is, unrequited love may be my best friend when it comes to writing songs.


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                <b>Biking</b> <a href="http://wakethetread.blogspot.com" target="_blank">http://wakethetread.blogspot.com</a><br />
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                <i><font color="DarkRed">&quot;I have a man that I go to speak to and he's very wise and very old. And tells me, he says to me very quietly,<br />
                &quot;So David, are you finished suffering?&quot; and I say &quot;I'm not sure, what do you think?&quot; and he says &quot;you only<br />
                suffer as long as you want to&quot;.&quot;</font></i> -<b>Dave Gahan</b></div>

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                • #9
                  You guys are quite wise. I think she's been dicking me around. That's the worst, when they're mad that you would dare be into them. I asked her a simple question almost a week ago, one I need to know and I know she's read it. It was short and sweet, ended with: "I don't what you see me as. How do you see me?". No response, not even the dreaded "I don't know".

                  I've felt pitiful, until I stopped groveling. A lack of an answer IS an answer on how she sees me...she sees me as a tool. Once I stopped letting the horrid way she was treating me bother me, I immediately felt better. I'm not sure if I'll send it or not, but


                  Whoa! Maybe she didn
                  "Everybody loves you when you're six foot in the ground."
                  ~John Lennon

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                  • #10


                    No. I never sent it. I have learned better over time. I follow Ambrose Bierce's advice to write an angry letter, but don't send it. I do it just to vent. Because I don't always know what someone else's deal is if I'm not right there. For all I know, she could have a boyfriend and doesn't wanna tell me, has a girlfriend because she is a total dyke and doesn't want to devastate me, isn't interested and doing so will make them REALLY not interested, etc. I always try to be the bigger person, even when people are not being upfront with boundaries. Unrequited love is...a two edged sword. It hurts the person loving, and it hurts the recipient by putting them in a position where they're getting far more than they ever asked for. Better to leave it alone and take care of mah own biz.

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                    • #11
                      Is that Rip Taylor in your avatar? Grand Marshall of the Washington LGBT Pride Parade, I understand.

                      Go ahead and ask him, or Joan Jett, if they know anything about unrequited or unrequitable love.
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                      • #12
                        Yep. The one and only Mr. Confetti.

                        I would think...if someone was gay, unrequited love would be far, far worse. Because you're a ten percenter then. That means a 90% less chance of finding something requited.

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                        • #13
                          No. I never sent it. I have learned better over time. I follow Ambrose Bierce's advice to write an angry letter, but don't send it. I do it just to vent. Because I don't always know what someone else's deal is if I'm not right there. For all I know, she could have a boyfriend and doesn't wanna tell me, has a girlfriend because she is a total dyke and doesn't want to devastate me, isn't interested and doing so will make them REALLY not interested, etc. I always try to be the bigger person, even when people are not being upfront with boundaries. Unrequited love is...a two edged sword. It hurts the person loving, and it hurts the recipient by putting them in a position where they're getting far more than they ever asked for. Better to leave it alone and take care of mah own biz.


                          That
                          "Everybody loves you when you're six foot in the ground."
                          ~John Lennon

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                          • #14
                            You don't want to force resolution.
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                            • #15
                              Love should be easy on you. Someone adores you for who you are

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