celestial love, clestial love Ralph Waldo Emerson

advice diva logoadvicedivatagline
Custom Search
Dating Help
Marriage Help
Relationship Help
Romance Help
Romantic Intangibles
Love Tests
Fun Stuff
Community
All our email and live chat relationship help is done through our expert panel.  Click below :
  • Relationship Issues
  • Sex Therapy
  •  
  • Marriage Counseling
  • Divorce Counseling
  • The trend of clip in hair extensions the long hair egg head, breaking the hair extensions sale ordinary hair of the dull boring sense, to create a dynamic charm of hair extensions online the feeling, coupled with temperament points Liu Haichao was hair extensions store lovely romance.

    We are home of the Original and Best Selling
       "How to Get Your Ex Back"    Click Here


    Help Center     See All
    Marriage Help
    What to do to save your troubled marriage?

    1. Save My Marriage
    2. Stop Your Divorce

    Dating Insights
    Learn about the secrets to successful dating.

    1. For Men : How To Become An Alpha Male
    2. For Women : Men Made Easy

    Sex Secrets
    Proven secrets to add more fire to the bedroom.

    1. Best Premature Ejaculation Solution
    2. 500 Lovemaking Tips & Secrets

    Dealing With Break-Ups
        - How To Get Your Ex Back Fast
    My Story
    Hi, I'm Chase Oliver and I'm 32 years old.

    I was engaged to a woman named Sara, whom I was in love with more than anything...

    And one day, completely out of the blue - she broke things off

    She said she wasn't ready and that she needed time, and she didn't know how long it would take.

    I was completely devastated. I mean, we had even had names picked out for our future children!

    My whole world was flipped upside-down.

    But then something very strange happened... Read the Rest





    pagetitle

    Celestial Love
    by Ralph Waldo Emerson

    Romantic Ideas

    Make the moment special and the memories last forever

    1. Romantic Ideas Collection
    2. Romantic Ideas Handbook
    3. 300 Creative Dates

    Higher far,
    Upward, into the pure realm,
    Over sun or star,
    Over the flickering Daemon film,
    Thou must mount for love,
    Into vision which all form
    In one only form dissolves;
    In a region where the wheel,
    On which all beings ride,
    Visibly revolves;
    Where the starred eternal worm
    Girds the world with bound and term;
    Where unlike things are like,
    When good and ill,
    And joy and moan,
    Melt into one.
    There Past, Present, Future, shoot
    Triple blossoms from one root
    Substances at base divided
    In their summits are united,
    There the holy Essence rolls,
    One through separated souls,
    And the sunny Aeon sleeps
    Folding nature in its deeps,
    And every fair and every good
    Known in part or known impure
    To men below,
    In their archetypes endure.

    The race of gods,
    Or those we erring own,
    Are shadows flitting up and down
    In the still abodes.
    The circles of that sea are laws,
    Which publish and which hide the Cause.
    Pray for a beam
    Out of that sphere
    Thee to guide and to redeem.
    O what a load
    Of care and toil
    By lying Use bestowed,
    From his shoulders falls, who sees
    The true astronomy,
    The period of peace!
    Counsel which the ages kept,
    Shall the well-born soul accept.
    As the overhanging trees
    Fill the lake with images,
    As garment draws the garment's hem
    Men their fortunes bring with them;
    By right or wrong,
    Lands and goods go to the strong;
    Property will brutely draw
    Still to the proprietor,
    Silver to silver creep and wind,
    And kind to kind,
    Nor less the eternal poles
    Of tendency distribute souls.
    There need no vows to bind
    Whom not each other seek but find.
    They give and take no pledge or oath,
    Nature is the bond of both.
    No prayer persuades, no flattery fawns,
    Their noble meanings are their pawns.
    Plain and cold is their address,
    Power have they for tenderness,
    And so thoroughly is known
    Each others' purpose by his own,
    They can parley without meeting,
    Need is none of forms of greeting,
    They can well communicate
    In their innermost estate;
    When each the other shall avoid,
    Shall each by each be most enjoyed.
    Not with scarfs or perfumed gloves
    Do these celebrate their loves,
    Not by jewels, feasts, and savors,
    Not by ribbons or by favors,
    But by the sun-spark on the sea,
    And the cloud-shadow on the lea,
    The soothing lapse of morn to mirk,
    And the cheerful round of work.
    Their cords of love so public are,
    They intertwine the farthest star.
    The throbbing sea, the quaking earth,
    Yield sympathy and signs of mirth;
    Is none so high, so mean is none,
    But feels and seals this union.
    Even the tell Furies are appeased,
    The good applaud, the lost are eased.

    Love's hearts are faithful, but not fond,
    Bound for the just, but not beyond;
    Not glad, as the low-loving herd,
    Of self in others still preferred,
    But they have heartily designed
    The benefit of broad mankind.
    And they serve men austerely,
    After their own genius, clearly,
    Without a false humility;
    For this is love's nobility,
    Not to scatter bread and gold,
    Goods and raiment bought and sold,
    But to hold fast his simple sense,
    And speak the speech of innocence,
    And with hand, and body, and blood,
    To make his bosom-counsel good:
    For he that feeds men, serveth few,
    He serves all, who dares be true.

    Back To Love Poems Main Page