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    Love

    Love is deaf
    Love is blind
    Love’s not wings
    But ties that bind


    Every time
    Leaves scorched minds
    Love’s not fit
    For humankind


    Love comes from
    The daily grind
    From your god
    And devil signed


    Love is what
    We all for pined
    Loneliness
    Is what we find

    Love is deaf
    The love we find
    It destroys
    Those true and kind


    Love leaves good
    Disciples blind
    And pretty faces
    With ugly lines


    Love holds our
    Angels in binds
    And torments them
    With their own shrine


    Love does not
    Return its fines
    To paid by
    Unknowing minds

    Love, its clock
    It once more winds
    To start again
    Another time


    Love it has
    No reason, rhyme
    To madness
    Love is inclined


    Love will bring
    Color to your mind
    And then will leave you
    Colorblind


    Love is deaf
    Love’s not mine

    From bleeding heart
    My love, I sign



  • #2
    Max - And yet! It's still what makes this world go round despite our human failures to subtract from it. May its Force be with you! Thanks Max for sharing. Namyh

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Namyh View Post
      Max - And yet! It's still what makes this world go round despite our human failures to subtract from it. May its Force be with you! Thanks, Max for sharing. Namyh
      I appreciate your comment. I agree whole-heartedly that love makes the world go round from seeing so much love in my life. in this poem I am trying to speak from my experience with love's failure to help me and what I have seen it do to me specifically. Thank you.

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      • #4
        Great poem!!!! Gongratulations!

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        • #5
          This is interesting. A description of what love is (or should be) based on what it has not been. It makes me wonder (and I don't know why not, in thinking about it), any subject matter could be written as its "opposite".

          Thanks for the new perspective Max . This could be worth exploring.

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