The word romance has also developed with other meanings in other languages such as the early nineteenth century Spanish and Italian definitions of "adventurous" and "passionate", sometimes combining the idea of "love affair" or "idealistic quality." In primitive societies, tension existed between marriage and the erotic, but this was mostly expressed in taboo regarding the menstrual cycle and birth.
Anthropologists such as Claude Lévi-Strauss show that there were complex forms of courtship in ancient as well as contemporary primitive societies.
Robert Last Night Last night was the best night of my life. As, at last, I slowly gave in, I knew it was being shallow To succumb to the wonderful pleasures of my last, sweet, soft... jerome kiel My choice of love Honey, if love comes in colors, I choose blue, if love comes in flowers, I’ll choose rose, if love comes in songs, I’ll think of choosing blues, But if love should come in human beings, I’ll definitely not think twice before I’ll choice you!
So, now, all I can ask for is one last try I'll love you until the day I die. Butterfly, how did you flutter right into my belly ? I wonder if I'm ever going to get free from this pain. I hope that one day you will come to realize, how perfect you are when seen though my eyes.
I mean she led me on and then dumped me after that for some guy with a Harley motorcycle named Dirk. When you call my name I begin to blush, I'm afraid people notice I need you so much. Think about you every night and day And hope my life can stay this way I don't want it to be any other way. We have so much more then I ever thought we would, I love you more then I thought I ever could. Believe in me when no one else does You’re my now, my is, my was. I need you more than you can believe, Love you more than you can conceive. No one else in the world could even compare, You’re perfect and so is this love we share.Historians believe that the actual English word "romance" developed from a vernacular dialect within the French language meaning "verse narrative"—referring to the style of speech, writing, and artistic talents within elite classes.The word was originally an adverb of the Latin origin "Romanicus," meaning "of the Roman style." The connecting notion is that European medieval vernacular tales were usually about chivalric adventure, not combining the idea of love until late into the seventeenth century.