”Love doesn’t always last. Sometimes if we are lucky enough, it can be found again, and it remains forever.”
Showbiz couples have their ups and downs in terms of love matters. Ogie Alcasid and Regine Velaquez tied the knot last year. It was Ogie’s second marriage, but it was Regine’s first. How many showbiz couples were of the same situation, to have a second chance to love and be married again? It has happened to Sharon Cuneta, Vilma Santos, Nora Aunor and Kris Aquino, who have lost their love only to regain their hearts blissfully.
Weddings make me cry because of their promise and vow to one another to be together for better or for worst, for richer or poorer. But different situations do happen and that vow may remain as words eventually losing its very essence. The once blissful relationship may come to an end and one might not even know the true reasons why.
I believe a lost love is not the end. There will always be a second chance to love and to be cared for.
For whatever reason you have lost your love, think of others who have had their second chance to love. Is it lovelier the second time around? It must be, because as one goes through a relationship you are more mature, you can handle better one’s emotion, and most especially you know what’s best and what you like, you are sure of the traits you like, and can distinguish or predict the other’s behavior.
Here’s a very apt poem ….
A Second Chance To Love Again
Love doesn’t always last. Sometimes if we are lucky enough, it can be found again, and it remains forever (A repost with a title change)
Most are fortunate to have one true love in their lives.
For others it comes again, like a gentle breeze, caressing the tendrils of life.
Love stirs the soul,opening it to the beauty of special moments and feelings sublime.
The heart is enriched , made new, as love’s rapture encases it, holding tight, to be etched forever in tabloids of time ……..