What is Modern Love ?

Cyber Love And Beyond

Is It so different than a love our parents new ?

Where the man courted the woman he wanted to marry

Treating her special

Showering her with thoughts and gifts of every imaginable beauty

Now times are fast paced

Technology is the key

A rebirth of so many new inventions

Focusing on speed and power

A woman with thoughts so deep

So sensitive to the touch

The passion inside of her

That lives for love

Filling her days with endless fantasies

She will try anything to make them come true

A man who is strong, supportive and caring

Providing each other with all the things

A man and a woman need

Both spiritually, physically. emotionally

Connected on every level

To make the tough times more enjoyable

The great times off the charts

A man and a woman

What a match

That need know introduction

Just time together to see their love fall into place

For the simplest of all reasons

To propel the human race


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Gypsy Rose Lee 2 years ago from Riga, Latvia

Modern love has nothing on old-fashioned love which I prefer.


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DREAM ON 2 years ago Author

Gypsy Rose Lee I am so thankful I grew up when I did. Where we met friends through friends , work or school. We got to know each other through talking and going out. It was before texting and social networking sites on the computer. A different time and a different place. I am so happy to see so many comments from you. That is extremely nice and I hope we both may continue to share so many ideas and topics that tend to inspire us and make us think. Enjoy a lovely night.


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DDE 2 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

What is Modern Love ? Hmm gets me thinking about how love has changed from then to now I think the lack of respect fails when love does in modern love.


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DREAM ON 2 years ago Author

DDE It's too bad that young people all over have lost respect of their elders and their loved ones. Relationships rely on deep bonds of trust and respect to continue. Thank you so much for reading and commenting.


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Cherylann Mollan 2 years ago from India

No, modern love is not the same. We know to much, have too much, seek to much, and in this greed lies the problem. It's very difficult to find 'satisfying' love these days. My parents tell me, in their times, love was enough, not a big house, or lots of money. Today, people first want to know what and how much you can bring to the table! How do you trust? How do you believe?


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DREAM ON 2 years ago Author

Cherylann Mollan As I grew older all I could think of how nice it would of been to grow up today with technology the way it is. To be able to have everything at my finger tips from the correct spelling of a word to directions and time it takes to get anywhere in the world in less than a minute. To be able to meet so many people with just a click of a mouse. To be able to talk to any one at any time. As if that wasn't enough you can talk unlimited on any phone and pay the same price. Everything I see gets better and better. I missed all this. When I grew up we met each other through friends and most of the time their friends liked someone else. Out of luck. A day late a dollar short. So you hoped and prayed that good person would come along somehow some way. I couldn't afford a car and my father wouldn't let me drive his. It was the only car in the house. He needed it to go to work no questions asked. No if's, ands or buts. When your parents spoke you took their word as God. No negotiating their word was final. If you complained you just made more trouble for yourself and dug yourself in a deeper hole. When it came to chores around the house it was anything and everything that had to be done at anytime if asked. You never asked for money. If you needed something they knew and might buy it for you. Later on you were old enough to earn your own money you saved up to buy it or went without. You were more practical than stylish.I could go on and on. The point is all I could see is the good and no bad. Thank you for showing me the other side of the coin. It is far different than I am use to. In time things will work themselves out. It is never as bad as it seems. I loved your comment and it sparked so many new conversations. Thank you for reading and sharing.

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