来源：Hellokid在线英语 丨 2020-05-11 19:44:34
Among the more curious questions that can beasked about love is this,when one feels romanticlove, does he feel it in breaks with interruptions orchanges, or does he feel it continuously withoutinterruption orchange? Poetry and song seduce oneinto thinking love continues without interruption. “Love is not love which alters when it alterationfinds,” wrote Shakespeare in one of his famoussonnets, “love is an ever-fixed mark that looks on tempests and is never shaken.” hecontinued. And (Elizabeth Berra Browning) wrote of her constancy to her husband Robert, insuch lines is this,"what I do and what I dream include he." Some of the greatest operas alsopraise the ever-lasting love by some heroes and heroines dying for it.
In reality, love probably goes on with breaks and interruptions. First, it is difficult to supposethat one can experience anything continuously. Sleep interrupts wakefulness, and sleep itself isinterrupted by dreams and nightmares.The feeling one has for his lover during wakefulnessmay be (blooded out) or intensified by sleep, in either case, the feeling changes. When one isawake, he cannot fix his eyes or his attention constantly on a single object, he must blink ifnothing else. More likely, he will look to something else for variety or (from neccessity). Hismind may turn to the stock market, or he may become fascinated by the operation of a piledriver on his way to work. His focus for much of his day is on work, as he closes the door to hisoffice, his thought may turn to his love, but sitting at his desk, his eyes fix on the print andfigures there.
Pain and pleasure, either one (can distract) a love from concentrating on his love. Pain causeeverything to itself, one can forget one’s love for a period even over a (stubbed toe). Thepleasure of too much food or drink can be totally absorbing. The pleasure, even of one’s lover,may become boring periodically. Often the greatest distraction is oneself.As times, thepreoccupation with “self”,the worry over “self”, the development of “self”, the delight in “self”admit no other thought. Lovely as love might be, one can neither live nor love continuously. Atbest, a lover can only echo the words of the poet, (Ernest Dpwson), and say “I have beenfaithful to the in-mind fashion.”
痛苦或欢乐都会分散一个人的爱。痛苦让人忘记一切，可以让人们暂时忘记爱情，甚至在受伤的时候也如此。食物所带来的欢乐完全吸引人，但甚至是来自爱的欢乐也会定期变得无聊。通常 大的分散者是自身。有时全神贯注，有时愁眉苦脸，有时积极向上，有时欢乐愉悦，这些都不会夹杂着其他想法。爱可能让人愉悦，但一个人无法不停歇地活着或爱着。充其量爱只能回荡在诗人（欧内斯特 的文森）的诗句中“我在心里对你依旧忠诚。”