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Played through Love

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Played through Love

Define love, explore it, and then show me in all the
leaps of life, every impediment thrown, battered away. 

Is it the temptation? I saw your eyes, caramel coated spice 
set on seduction, traversing up and down. 

You killed me then. Action states feelings – yours state nothing 
and should they? Could they? Never - not once in my belief. 

Chilled blood fuels my veins in this instance, oh the sweet 
corrupt shiver of your breath. Worthless on cyanosis lips. 

I know you tried pursuing then, reclaiming Love’s torn prizes, 
Oh prizes, I’ll never mean more than you mean to me.  

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  1. Date: 3/23/2012 12:56:00 PM
    Well-written poem, love poem, I enjoyed reading it.