And while we spoke of many things, fools and kings, this he said to me: 'The greatest thing you'll ever learn is just to love, and be loved in return.'
Eden Ahbez, 1908-1995
American Musician, Songwriter and Poet
With an anguish only the greatest romantic can know, I have loved without love being returned, but have been left with with its lesser kin, to be liked in an abundance, has been returned while faun's and naked fairies danced at my feet and those whom love had touched made leaves and branches dance in nearby brush. How can one such as I, the fool, continue to raise my face to the blue moon sky and let my wishes fly for one last kiss with the one whose love and passion had not been returned? If even a lesser god would only smile down on me and move the heart of another and take this anguish away from me, I wailed-----A mischievous god must have heard my plea and set my heart at ease, for what you cannot see, will surely do you know harm and one fell swoop as one watches a fallen star, he blinded me.