LOVE GRADIENT

How do we measure love?

Is it by its innocence or its naiveté?

Is it by its strengths or its weaknesses?

Is it by its optimism or its pessimism?

Is it by its warmth or its coldness?

How do we measure love?

Is it by its sacrifices or its gifts?

Is it by its professions or by its actions?

Is it by its hopes or its achievements?

Is it by its imaginations or its reality?

How do we measure love?

Is it by its dark nights or by its glorious mornings?

Is it by the heights it reaches or by the lows it descends to?

Is it by its adventurism or by its reservation?

Is it by its parochial views or its far reaching views on life?

How do we measure love?

Is it by its feelings or by its words?

Is it by its clichés or its uniqueness?

Is it by its sublime nature or its base nature?

Is it by its selflessness or its selfishness?

How do we measure love?

Is it by its spontaneity or its guarded approach?

Is it by its courage or its pride?

Is it by its simplicity or its complexity?

Is it by its speed to forgive or its choice to forget wrongs?

How do we measure love?

Is it by who we love or by who loves us?

Is it by who demands love or by who needs love?

Is it by its wisdom or by its foolishness?

Is it by its visions or its blindness?

How do we measure love?

Is it by how long it lasted or by how long it endured?

Is it by how it sustained or by how it encouraged.

How do we measure love?

The true measure of love is in loving without measure.

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