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A crime of passion refers to a criminal act in which the perpetrator commits a crime against someone because of sudden strong impulses brought on by emotions Authors have used crimes of passion as themes for literary works since the beginning of time The underlying focus in many of these works is the universal emotion of Love Love is the most complex emotion of them all because of its effect on all of the other senses Love can provoke emotions that cause chaos in ones life Love not only affects the heart in effects the mind Love emotions can cause intense feelings of pleasure and pain Some authors use love as a soft introduction to a story and then develop the story by changing the focus to one of the two sides of love either pleasure or pain Love can be discovered through the simplest occurrence and quickly turned into the most outrageous scenario Literary works about love can put a reader into a pleasant state of mind full of joy passion excitement and romance Pain and pleasure can cause multiple depictions of outcomes which makes love a desirable theme for authors to use It provides endless possibilities Love is also an emotion that effects every human being in everyday life whether in modern day scenarios or in ancient history It plays an important role in every life because it is the source of lifeWithout the sensation or desire to be loved people would not existence This is the motivation for acts both good and bad One mistake in a romantic relationship can cause ultimate turmoil or love can serve as the very essence of ones existence Procreation would not be possible if one vital emotion called love didnt exist Proof of this is everywhere every day Love can create and also destroy anything What makes love so complex and powerful is its duality both good and evil light and dark
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