Tag: love poetry

When Love is not Enough

The most wonderful thing but full of wonders is love.  No one can intentionally grasp its fullness for life.  Digging deeper the core might bring confusion, the more when the heart suffers by loving.  All are subject for love, but not all heartened and sustained it. Is there an  intermittent love?  What made it become

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Love Poetry: Ineffable Love

The dawn welcomes a life, filled with agitation. The Giver never fails to sustain until fully fledged. ….She grows, plays, enjoys, blooms! Knows only one thing: … She’s loved in which she alone can tell. An innocent lass, enjoying freely a joyous notion will last. When young, everything is desirous. A mind hard to twist,

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Love Poetry: Does True Love Exists?

The grandeur of this world is in the hearts of the humanity who believes in the greatness of love.  The mortals who exhibit warmth and fondness.  A passion for desire, intimacy and devotion. A yearning  and longing for a lasting love. The emergence of love….. Stranger Inside Wallop suddenly, sign of falling Never even knock,

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