Love’s Labour Lost.

This topic was suggested by Maria the gaelikaa for the weekly Friday Loose Bloggers Consortium where currently seven of us write on the same topic every Friday. This is part of a series of Shakespeare titles that Maria had come up with.  I hope that you enjoy my contribution to that effort.  The six other bloggers who write regularly are, in alphabetical order,  AshokgaelikaaMaxi, and Shackman and The Old Fossil.  We have a new blogger Lin at Dun-Na-Sead joining us this week and I extend her a hearty welcome to the LBC. I also understand that Padmum will recommence posting from this week. Do drop in on their blogs and see what their take is on this week’s topic. Since some of them may post late, or not at all this week, do give some allowance for that too!

In the original play, the friends lose the women on whom they expend so much labour because the women are called back to Paris after the short visit. That is why the title for the play as, none of them gain a woman.

All of them however have a chance of regaining the affections of the women if they either go to Paris or if the ladies come back to Navarre.

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In my personal story, the loss is permanent despite having accepted each other completely and in the process having completed each other as well.   There was only gain for forty years of marriage and before that eight years of friendship. It has been five years plus since I lost my love and there is not a day that goes by without me regretting that loss. I do feel that I am incomplete.

 

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14 Responses to Love’s Labour Lost.

  1. Anita says:

    <3

    I don't know if that will show up as a heart, but that's what it was meant to be.

  2. shackman says:

    Too close for comfort my friend.
    shackman recently posted..Love’s Labours Lost

  3. tammy j says:

    add me to the spirit of this post rummy.
    years don’t seem to dim the brightness that went before nor the longing that goes after.
    but i do think . . . we are all in good company here.
    tammy j recently posted..art for breathing

  4. wisewebwoman says:

    Yes, being accepted completely is one of life’s greatest gifts though in my experience it hasn’t lasted.

    XO
    WWW
    wisewebwoman recently posted..Bravery, thy name is Ansa

  5. Matt says:

    It’s hard to find someone who’ll accept you completely. You’re lucky if you do.

  6. You and I have both been blessed, even though your marriage ended way too soon. Considering how fast the time whizzes by, and that Andy and I are almost 80 and 75, our marriage can’t last that much longer either. I’m counting my blessings while I still have them.
    Cheerful Monk recently posted..Yay, Andy!

  7. Cathy in NZ says:

    I put my original love out with the garbage one day in early February (or thereabouts). We are actually better friends now, he lives nearby but in a housing community…
    Cathy in NZ recently posted..Giving “hearts” a shot

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