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Where does love come from

Contributed by thomasu01 on Monday, 2nd November 2015 @ 05:24:21 AM in AEST
Topic: LovePoetry



Where does Love come from?

We pass each other every day
we are all different in our own way
at times we notice one another
and compare each to the other.

When we talk to each other
we don't notice and don't bother
at times we compliment each other
then we wonder why we bother.

Then we notice one that stands out
and we know without a doubt
that they are the one
we want to know more about.

We approach with sencerity
and greet them cautiously.
As we feel the bond instantly
and proceed to talk sheeplesly.

Sometimes we know it is love instantly
other times it draws us in slowly and eventually
For some it is easier to succomb to rapidly
others fight and resist the feeling willingly.

But eventually love wins out over whelmingly.
Leaving us wanting the other longingly
when we are together it feels heavenly
feeling each others presence comfortably.

Is this related to wanting each other lustfuly?
No! It is not, because lust is empty comparitevly.
Love is when two souls meet in sychronised harmony
Love is when two hearts beat and miss beats timingly.

Love is the feel of ease, when we willingly each other please
Love is like a spring breeze, a cool water spray on a hot summer day
Love is a deep stare that tells the other that we still care
Love is a gentle touch that soothes and feels so nice.

Love is when we are appart we each other miss.
Love is a feeling of comfort and ease.
Love is a kiss which feels like bliss,
a kiss that makes your head spin
and feel light.
Love is
Love

Love is a gift from heavens above, Love is pure
love is like the holy spirit delivered by a white dove.
Love is Gods gift to us all and for some it is a call
Love is a second chance, for our souls to have romance.

Therefore if God is Love and gives Love
we should embrace it and go with the flow
not resist and desist or pay notice to others
because love is a union of two that merge
as one, under God and the Sun.




Copyright © thomasu01 ... [ 2015-11-02 05:24:21]
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Re: Where does love come from (User Rating: 1 )
by Deidra_Carmichael on Monday, 2nd November 2015 @ 09:20:37 AM AEST
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Such truth here: makes me think of a Hallmark classic summed up in a poem. Love it, and am glad to have read. God bless,

Deidra


Re: Where does love come from (User Rating: 1 )
by softerware on Tuesday, 3rd November 2015 @ 07:45:44 PM AEST
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It is impossible to define love. You have done a remarkable job.
They once asked Michaelangelo how he carved the statue of David out of a huge chuck of marble. To which he replied, "I chipped away everything that wasn't David. "
You have chipped away everything that isn't love.
Well done.
softerware


Re: Where does love come from (User Rating: 1 )
by speedy on Thursday, 5th November 2015 @ 05:34:02 PM AEST
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This was beautiful!
Great write.

Hannah B




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