unnamed emotions

Poetry, Strange

I believe there are more emotions out there we don’t even know the name of. We try to associate them to a certain feeling so other people could understand, but they couldn’t; not even you could understand it, let alone people who don’t really care.

I believe love is all the emotions out there we don’t even know the name of. We try to associate it to a certain feeling so other people could understand, and they do; because everyone understands it, let alone people who haven’t loved at all.

P.S. A (stupid) theory I wrote October of last year. But seriously I was just waiting for a prompt to publish this, which I know isn’t how prompts work. Lol oh well

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6 thoughts on “unnamed emotions

  1. It does kind of make sense in a way. It’s like color. Sometimes the best you can do is explain by association to another color. In the end, most people understand, even if the perception is not perfectly congruent.

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    1. Nice analogy! I guess it happens to a lot of things in this world. Or maybe some of the greatest feelings (or things) really don’t have a name. Or they’re just not in English. 😉

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  2. I totally agree with this. The way one is drawn to their high school crush and the intense emotion they feel for the person they choose to spend the rest of their life with are seldom the same nor the same level of intensity. Yet we call both ‘being in love.’

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