Monday, April 09, 2007

Word definitions...

conquest ('kän-"kwest, 'kä[ng]-; 'kä[ng]-kw&st)
Function: noun
Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo-French, from Vulgar Latin *conquaesitus, alteration of Latin conquisitus, past participle of conquirere
1 : the act or process of conquering
2 a : something conquered; especially : territory appropriated in war b : a person whose favor or hand has been won

And so...another one bites the dust. And I got more than what I can chew.

1 comment:

Giacomo Casanova said...

Letters from a Prince...

"Love is a desire for that lost half of ourselves."

- Milan Kundera,
The Unbearable Lightness of Being

We're now together, we, as one, must complete each other. When you're trapped with loneliness, I bring you happiness. You find yourself troubled, I'll help you find peace in mind and in heart. We restore each other's balance. Subtle as i have been, to give you space is something you need. Let it sink in your head, loiter for a while. When you finally found that lead and if it felt right, grab on to it. I mean no harm nor to confuse you. Every aspect of interaction meets a certain degree of Altruism, hence, we should believe that the gift of love doesn't have to be bold.

You are my end! To a philosopher it is as lucid as one being able to surrender their feelings and opt for continous loyalty. To a mediocre, it is nothing but pure ludicrous but desired to be understood seriously. You are my be profound as possible, I chose you. I will continue to adore you.

I love you...(Dancing to the tune of Otso-otso)