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Love love love I hear this word millions times a day someone lost his girlfriend another failed with his love and one only one of these millions who succeeded - until now who knows - in his love So why do you think we love To be hurt What naive those who love We love even we see others are being hurt by love we still love and love We see two lovely birds singing together imagining the fictional paradise they will live in through their love Here is the first and easiest obstacle in front of them now you will see these two birds together but with not loud voice enough to sing Another obstacle will destroy these two pretty birds love but it will not only destroy their love it will cause deep wounds in their small wings that it will be difficult to fly again with another bird Imagine the way you will be if you are imprisoned without a prison imprisoned in this free world Thats the life without love a huge prison where your heart is the jailer advocate and also the jury Your heart will determine if you are guilty and wont be able to love again or not guilty and will get a treatment for that stupid wound in your wing you may get another try Will you love again A hard choice it is really confusing to choose between living in the worlds prison and flying again with a great probability to be wounded again Will you live to be hurt Will you live to be wounded more and more Will you live in trials with your heart Love is competition where all birds want to complete their successful love journey and at end only few birds will survive without any wound or even a scratch in their wings After all I said and wrote you will see all of us living only for this competition living
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