When it comes to issues of love, scattered pieces of the puzzle only bring a temporary fix; momentary entertainment of speckled images. Its when you find how two pieces connect, intertwine, and bond together like two peas in a pod to create that larger picture that love is worth building.
I have been trying to figure out how to build that puzzle. I think I have learned a few very important rules:
First, you must start with the straight lines of casualty, trust, and boundaries in order to establish foundations. Second, you can never force two shapes to collide even if by force you can make them fit out of your own convenience. And finally, even when two pieces fit you must ask whether or not their flow of imagery contribute or bring you closer to completing the puzzle.