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Unconditional Love: A True Love Story

Updated on December 24, 2020
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Missy is a unique writer who enjoys inviting her readers into her thoughts through her poetry and other topics of discussion.  

Blessed to Have This Feeling: Once in a Lifetime

I think all of us dream of a love like the ones you see in fairytales and movies. In reality, if you find this kind of love, you are one of the luckiest people out there. You should hold on to it no matter what it takes. It will take understanding. It will take both of you to have different perspectives than just falling in love, getting married, and living happily ever after. I don’t think that kind of love is a fairytale romance anyway. I’m not saying that people who fall in love and get married and end up staying married for forty plus years are not a fairytale, but that type requires a lot of work and a lot of patience. Actually, I believe you go through too many nightmares to make it to that fairytale. They get their fairytale in their older years with married couples, and they have worked hard and deserve it, believe me; my parents are one of those couples. However, we do not see many people fighting for those types of fairytales much anymore; it’s just too darn easy to file for a divorce.

No, I’m talking about those fairytales like Rose and Jack had in the Titanic, Bella, Edward in Twilight, or Noah and Allie in The Notebook. These couples were destined. Did these types of love stories really exist? After all, Edward was the 117-year-old vampire, and Jack, well, he perished in the sinking of that big ship, and although after years apart, Noah and Allie made it back to each other, she forgot who he was in the end. However, they did die in each other’s arms on the same night. All these stories are unfathomable nevertheless;, I believe a few of them could happen in the real world. I believe a story of destiny could happen. I believe I am one of those stories.

My destiny is unique. At first, I did want it to come together like a normal, real romance. You know, fall in love, get married, and in my case, adopt children since I’m later in years to have any more of my own at this point. However, that was unreasonable when I fell in love with was not a very typical person for me to fall for. To name a few of the issues we would have without going into great detail; He is younger than me by more than just a few years; relax, he is an adult, but he’s young enough to find a youthful woman who can bear his children. Then there is the long-distance thing; Yep, I have fallen victim to this type of romance; all in all, not a perfect scenario at all.

Even so, there was something unmistakable when we talked and when we looked at each other over skype conversations, not to mention the extreme attraction that has never gone away. I know it may sound funny, but it was fate. I felt it; I'm pretty sure he felt it and still does. So when you fall in love in this way and realize the obstacles will most likely keep you from doing the normal thing when you fall in love, yet you are still in love, and it will not leave, well then, you either find a way to live with how it is and be happy or end it and be miserable for the rest of your life.

This September marks a year we have loved each other, and I believe we have finally made it to the point of being comfortable with all the things that have presented themselves as being problems for us. I believe that I have gotten just what I always wanted; A Fairytale. Though not typical, when you think about it, no movie or book fairytale is typical, and isn’t that the fairytale we all want? One which is such an epic that you starve for it, that you can’t live without it? Anyway, I’m comfortable with this unconventional type of love now, and in that weird way, I love all the things that this love has put me through. I know one day he will find someone new who he can make a life with, but is it strange that I will be happy for him? I don’t think so, because like my poem states, we will always stay somewhere within each other's hearts. This love is a fairytale. This love is called unconditional.


What is your favorite tale of love?

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Unconditional Love

Complicated but simple

if that makes sense…

It’s a love that transcends

through ignorance.

And that’s not all this

love can do; it can love

without worry of being


See…it is not a matter

of if we stay together,

this love understands

that it just doesn’t


Even if we end up with

other people, this love

that he and I have will

stay in both of our hearts

beyond forever.

Yes…this kind of love is

hard to explain, because

it can never stay mad or

stake a claim.

It allows us to be there

for one another if needed.

And fills our lives

with understanding

and freedom.


Part 2: There Will Always Be More Chapters to an Undying Love

However, it is a little sad

that we cannot make

a commitment, but

then again, I don’t

think that type of

love would fit us.

It is special beyond

words and worlds.

It’s like a rare pearl

lost on the seashore.

Buried far beneath

the pure white sand,

never to be touched

by deceptive hands.

This love is blessed by

God himself, if no one

else sees this, I will


In our dreams is where

we meet. Our dreams

connect us through

time and space.

There will come a

day that we will meet.

That’s where we will

finally live as one

for eternity.


I mean, what other song could I pick... Epic!

© 2015 Missy Smith


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    • Missy Smith profile imageAUTHOR

      Missy Smith 

      5 years ago from Florida

      Thank you for the lovely comment Mihnea Andreescu.

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      Andrei Andreescu 

      5 years ago from Seattle, Washington

      Wonderful work Missy Smith! True love is indeed a rare pearl.I like your white verse technique-it is very natural.

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      Missy Smith 

      5 years ago from Florida

      It is pure aviannovice, because it's not promised and doesn't have to be. I'm not sure I can truly explain it. I've really never experienced this type of love before. It's love even when it's mad, it's love that will not leave. It's love that can't be damaged by a normal commitment. It has its own type of commitment. I feel totally weird describing it at times, but also, I feel totally amazed when I realize the type of love it is. I don't know...maybe more have had an unconditional love, but were thrown off by societies view of what love is and lost the meaning altogether. On the other hand, maybe it's just how my crazy romantic mind works. :)

      Thank you for the lovely comment. :)

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      Deb Hirt 

      5 years ago from Stillwater, OK

      This sounds like the purest love imaginable. Not all people can find that. You have found a love on a different level, so embrace it for what it is--as rare and pure as the driven snow.

    • Missy Smith profile imageAUTHOR

      Missy Smith 

      5 years ago from Florida

      Yes, we very well could be soul mates, as I believe a soul mate is two people that share a deeper connection than just the love factor. I feel a soul mate could even be a best friend. It certainly fits the title of an unconditional love. I hope he, and I stay friends forever. I would miss talking to him on the level we bond at now.

      Thank you again, MizBejabbers.

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      Doris James MizBejabbers 

      5 years ago from Beautiful South

      This sounds like a story of soul mates. A soul mate love would be unconditional. A beautiful hub with a beautiful story. Such a sweet poem.

    • Missy Smith profile imageAUTHOR

      Missy Smith 

      5 years ago from Florida

      So true swalia, that's why I say it is unconditional, because I have no expectations for this one. I don't have to be married. I know we have a lot of differences that would sway that from happening anyway. It's just kind of; it is what it is, and you have to accept it for that and be joyful until it has to end, and then just be happy because it happened, and you get to carry it in your heart forever. It's really a special feeling.

      Thanks for stopping by and reading my poem. :)

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      Shaloo Walia 

      5 years ago from India

      Unconditional love is rare to find simply because we have so many expectations in love and when those expectations are not fulfilled, it results in heartbreak.

      Loved your poem!

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      Missy Smith 

      5 years ago from Florida

      Thank you Audrey. That's what draws me to writing poetry; the stories come from the heart! :)

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      Missy Smith 

      5 years ago from Florida

      Love is certainly divine Faith. I think this unique type of love suits me better now at this age. I do still think, at times, that I would want a marriage, but then I remember how hard I tried to make it work when I was engaged in those long relationships, which time and again left me alone with great feelings of defeat to battle through. I just don't think that I would like marriage now. I almost feel really sad saying that, but it's true in so many ways.

      Thanks for commenting on this poem Faith. Love and blessings to you and yours!

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      Audrey Howitt 

      5 years ago from California

      I just found this today --you tell beautiful stories in your poetry!

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      Faith Reaper 

      5 years ago from southern USA

      Thank you for sharing of your beautiful love story, Missy. Love is a funny, yet glorious thing to experience, and we all have our own unique love story to tell. It certainly would be boring if we all had the same love story! There are so many different types of love and to experience different kinds of love in this life is a special blessing of course. I know that friendship is certainly a special kind of love, as I do understand.

      You're right about the marriage that endures through the good, the bad and the ugly, and not giving into just getting that easy divorce. That's not what love is about, throwing in the towel when things get a bit not so nice. Those who do throw in the towel early on, truly do not know what they are missing in those latter years of marriage after you have been through anything and everything together and you are still together that is love.

      Love is divine, period!

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      Missy Smith 

      5 years ago from Florida

      Well thank you very much Chris. And I plan to visit your page as well. :)

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      Christos Antonaros 

      5 years ago from Athens, Greece

      Haha! You never know! But on the other hand I am coming from a culture in which poetry is the meaning of life. That's why I prefer poetry of the post WW2 theme and prior. I will be here though to read yours from time to time.

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      Missy Smith 

      5 years ago from Florida

      Thank you for enjoying my poem Lee. Many Blessings today and everyday!

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      Missy Smith 

      5 years ago from Florida

      Thanks so much Frank. :)

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      Missy Smith 

      5 years ago from Florida

      I so much appreciate that lovely comment moonlake. Thank You! )

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      Missy Smith 

      5 years ago from Florida

      Thank you Chris Antonaros. I'm so glad you like my poems. Maybe I can make you a fan. :)

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      Lee Cloak 

      5 years ago

      Ohh very good, great poem, a really enjoyable read, beautifully crafted, thank you for sharing these wonderful words, best wishes, Lee

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      Frank Atanacio 

      5 years ago from Shelton

      awesome your poetry too

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      5 years ago from America

      Love your poetry and your love story.

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      Christos Antonaros 

      5 years ago from Athens, Greece

      I am not a big fan of love poetry but i can say that you are using some beautiful symbolism! Good job!

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      Missy Smith 

      5 years ago from Florida

      Thank you for reading my poem ladyguitarpicker. I am really thrilled that my poetry is easy to read and understand. To be honest, I do worry some may think it's not complicated or poetic enough, but I really like to be clear when writing my thoughts. Thank you!

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      Missy Smith 

      5 years ago from Florida

      Lol... I think we all had that same view about that floating door. Thanks for commenting Sunshine625. :)

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      Missy Smith 

      5 years ago from Florida

      Appreciate the feedback so much Sherrye. Thank you again! :)

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      stella vadakin 

      5 years ago from 3460NW 50 St Bell, Fl32619

      Hi Missy, this is a great hub and I love your poem. It is very true a lot of people have this type of love. Your poem is good because it is easy to understand.

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      Linda Bilyeu 

      5 years ago from Orlando, FL

      I never understood why Rose couldn't just move over and make room for Jack on the floating door. There was plenty of room for both! So I take their love with a grain of salt. Ha! Love happens when you least expect it, it is not about seek and you will find, that just never works out well. Loved the story, poem and music and Titanic is one of my Top Five favorite movies :)

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      Sherrye Barrow 

      5 years ago from Tucson, AZ

      It is what it is...and true love can be so fleeting. Enjoyed your views on what the fairy tale idealism is for you and you poem.

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      Missy Smith 

      5 years ago from Florida

      Thank you so much Gypsy Rose. It really makes me so happy that you enjoyed it. Many Blessings to you on this Sunday. :)

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      Gypsy Rose Lee 

      5 years ago from Daytona Beach, Florida

      This was one awesome hub. It is such a wonderful love story and a terrific romantic poem. Enjoyed this very much. Loved the music.

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      Missy Smith 

      5 years ago from Florida

      I am so pleased that you got this poem John (Jodah). I wasn't sure it would come across well, so thank you very much. :)

      It is a very unique type of love. I can't say I've experienced this type before. It just is what it is and it's so freeing that way.

      I think I finally know what unconditional love means. Well, of course, besides the way I feel about my children. It's just two types of unconditional. :) it's great!

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      John Hansen 

      5 years ago from Gondwana Land

      Missy, this is a beautiful love story. Who says love has to be conditional and follow set guidelines? Embrace that it is unconditional and full of surprise. with the Internet connecting the world it is possible to love from afar, and you can often get to know a person on a deeper and different level than you would in person. One type of love doesn't fit all...embrace the one you have. Wonderful poetry as always, and thank you for sharing this personal story.


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