May 1, 2011

Thermodynamics: The Physics of Heat

by Brandon Rucker (author's profile)


9:45 p.m.

The Physics of Heat

Is it the way she hugs me when I come in the house from work? Is it the way we fight like there's no tomorrow then make love as if it was the last time we are going to see each other? Is it the way she gives me that quarter smile when she thinks I'm not paying attention? Is it the way she loves just being rubbed or maybe the fact that I love to do it? Is it her smile in full bloom shining brighter than a beacon of hope? Is it the ways she kisses my neck in the right spots to drive me into endless bliss? Is it the way we have unscheduled pillow fights for no other reason than just because?

Physics of heat.

I think thermodynamics of this kinda are based on two people who care about each other and accept one another regardless of what, and without prejudice, love, overstanding, wisdom are blind to prejudice. So why hold something against someone if you wholeheartedly love that person? Forgive them and teach them how to better themselves so it doesn't happen again. Why? Because love is the only one part of the physics of heat.

Written by Brandy Rucker

My feelings about love.


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