Chose To Love

Standard

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cultivate love
not for one person
alone distinguish
like from love

choose to love

you will grow the
perfect climate
to rise in beauty
in good company

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    • Bravo a te David e brava a me. Thank you 😊 I will teach you a tip, if you don’t mind, it seems to me you really want to get into Italian language…
      Bravo is used in English only in the masculine version (but why so?!?) while in Italian it becomes Brava. It will be ending with an A, if addressed to a female subject and Bravo only if the subject is a male. All adjectives belong to one gender or another and we have no neutral (it), same for names of things. Usually the rule is the above, words end in A for feminine or in O for masculine (with rare exceptions) for the singular.

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