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Love isn't just a single word 
or feeling
Said to tickle an ear and 
leave you reeling

Nor is love abstract and 
void of care
But what one envisions and 
does all year

We convey our love by 
things that we do
When a loved one is hurting 
we hurt too

Love is conveyed by deeds 
not merely said
And connects us all with a 
common thread

Love is single soul 
embedded in two separate 
That keeps the heart 
beating for many centuries

Love isn't a feeling for a 
short period
For Its care is countless and 

Love is a word some find 
difficult to say
But it leaves an enormous 
price to pay

Love is feeling of endless 
That can never be bought 
with no price

Love is bond that binds two 
Its a great gift that must be 

Love is a shield that not 
only blinds our heart from 
But distance our soul from 
all forms of irate

Love means when one 
hurts us, we forgive
Not five years later to bring 
up and relive

Love takes our soul to 
where it belong 
for it keeps no record of 

Love means to give without 
For it makes living on earth 

Love is boundless and 
Its limitation is endless

Love sometimes forces on 
us a ling wait
But love never delegates us 
power to dictate

Love is that master key to 
the door of happiness
Its the bricks that forms the 
mantle of success

We don't have to agree 
with each other to love
For God gave me what I 
was unworthy of

What's held in your heart 
your mouth will speak
So before speaking do a 
mental critique

love is never idle or to be 
cast in mothballs
I see love as a servant in 

In short, Love is GODS 
nature in procreation
For it's the genesis of 
human creation

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