To whom it may concern:
I hate that I love you.....Since I was but a girl this has been true.....Sickens me all the way thru.....Act like you know but haven't a clue....What it takes to love a woman like me....All my simple complexities....The sweetest dreams are indeed made of these....Nightmares all lucid.....We create reality......Torn to shreds......I bleed and I bled....you need me to.....My pain feeds you.....You are beautiful....and I am you.
Love is an emotion of strong affection and personal attachment. In philosophical context, love is a virtue representing all of human kindness, compassion, and affection. Love is central to many religions, as in the Christian phrase, "God is love" or Agape in the Canonical gospels. Love may also be described as actions towards others (or oneself) based on compassion, or as actions towards others based on affection.
Hatred (or hate) is a deep and emotional extreme dislike, directed against a certain object or class of objects.
Philosophers have offered many influential definitions of hatred. René Descartes viewed hate as an awareness that something is bad combined with an urge to withdraw from it. Baruch Spinoza defined hate as a type of pain that is due to an external cause. Aristotle viewed hate as a desire for the annihilation of an object that is incurable by time. David Hume believed that hate is an irreducible feeling that is not definable at all.