Not A FeelingLove isn't a feeling. If it were a feeling, then you wouldn't love your brothers, sisters, mothers or fathers, especially when you're a teenager. Love is not an emotion, for emotions are feelings. Love is a mystery. Described as a chemical reaction to some, and to others described as magick. It's something so much deeper than anything you could ever hope to "feel". Love is not a feeling, and I hope it never will be. For then, I believe relationships would truly have no meaning. If you think you "feel" love, or if you can tell someone exactly why you love someone (not what you love about them, but why) then I do not think you are in love. I think that is just infatuation. Because love is a mystery, and love, well, love cannot be put into words.
DarkCelestriaRose 16-17, F 0 Feb 14, 2013