"She's a sunrise of perfection, a kiss of bliss as it blossoms through the soul.. she is a touch of sunset, colors unexplored. She is the flowers that you smell, do tell, a field of beauty that softly brings me to my knees.. I am just a sweet butterfly caught in the tornado of her, and all I can think is more, more. She is a galaxy of beautiful stars, all of which are in my eyes.. she is a soft retreat that treats me kindly, she is kindness, compassion, love.. she is an angel as it softly falls from the heavens above, the sunshine as it warms my skin. She is the smile on my face, in my heart, in my soul.. she.. is the reason that the stars somberly glow. She is everything that I see, I see her face everywhere that I look.. she is a wonderful library of beauty so vast that it makes the universe look small, a neverending story that makes me eternally fall like the stars that I wish upon each night. She is more than you'll ever know, the love of my life from the summer heat to snow.. and as the flowers grow in the spring, I spring to vivid life too, flourishing beneath a sky of blue. She is a gorgeous sunrise, never the dawn.. the beginning never the end, and that my friends, is what I ponder on."
She is the poetry that flows through my veins, after her I will never be the same - eUë
More than a week ago, I found this post on Facebook from an all-too famous scene from Frozen...
...and I must say I am perplexed and kind of annoyed that after all these years, there are some people who still do not comprehend why Olaf’s act of true love did not save Anna from her frozen heart.
Though I wrote an analysis on this topic years ago, I want to make it clear once and for all: yes, Olaf lit the fire to keep Anna warm and was willing to stay with her to help think of another act of true love to save her, even though doing so meant that he would melt to death. And even before this scene, Kristoff hurried the freezing Anna back to Arendelle and even gave her his hat to try and keep her warm.
So why didn’t their selfless actions save her, since they were done out of love?
Because ANNA was the one with the frozen heart, and so she had to do the act of true love herself. Pabbie never made it clear that since Anna was infected with a frozen heart curse, she alone had to do the true love act herself, not have someone else do it for her.
So despite Kristoff and Olaf’s best efforts, no one could save Anna but herself...and that’s exactly what she did when she saved Elsa from being killed by Hans.
Anna’s use of the term “true love” throughout the movie obviously only referred to romantic love, and many people in the real world often use the same words to mean just that. However, her sacrificial act to save Elsa out of love for her sister reinforced the idea that Pabbie’s use of said term did not strictly mean romance, but love that is defined as genuine and real, and therefore “true”, so it can include the true love you have for a friend or family member.
But again, Olaf and Kristoff’s acts of love for Anna did not count in saving her because Anna had to act alone to save herself from her own frozen heart. End of story.
Ich kann dir nicht versprechen, dass ich all deine Probleme lösen kann, ich kann dir aber versprechen, dass du dich dem nicht alleine stellen musst.
whatever our souls are made of, you and me are going to end up stuck in the same ice hole
People don't always say "I love you"
Sometimes it sounds like:
Did you eat?
Call me when you get home.
I made you this.