What is love- part 3

I can't remember when this started.
when I decided that I can no longer cry, that I could no longer love.
Perhaps it was the day that my mother told me that she wished,
that I was dead soon after those words became physical blows.
Those blows got worse and worse, till the day that she didn't come home.
I thought oh she's probably just out on the corner or in a den or some man's house,
I waited and realized that she had left me,for dead that I was really nothing to the woman
masquerading around as my "mother".
My name is orphan, you can see that my personal hell was written on my skin for the world to see scars and burns litter my body all of them ghosts of the past that is still my present and more so my future.

"orphan get your lazy ass down here!someone actually thinks you're more than trash".

I looked up from the ground as I made my way down the stairs to the devil of a lady who was supposed to take care of me not use me as a slave.

Author Name: 

Brooklynn

Comments

Words

Love is just a word that was created to describe a special human feeling. As soon as a word is born it becomes an imaginary being itself, a concept. A word (which is a concept now) does not need to keep its relevance or proportionality to its real origin.

Human feelings are trivial and hormone dependent. The feelings are totally controlled by circumstances and human perspective and benefits.

On the other hand, the concept of love was blown out out of proportion and overemphasized by men who found it a mean to control the naive females' attention.

Now, after a 5000 years of separation of love from its real human feeling origin, you are saying that the love is souled out wherever that you look at it. I think you should realize that there was no such a thing as love in the first place.

I like your piece about "society". It does have the BeloVed breeze of ambivalent nihilism into it.

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