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Love is Just a Word

LOVE IS JUST A WORD

Love is just a word I just found out
By it nations stood far to riot
Troy and Spartan fought till men bled
Trading Achilles to his eternal bed.

Love is but a by word
Humans leave but by lust
Entangled by it treacherous thread
Which only drains the blood so fast.

Love is only a mean word
Men, women and children all trade
Just to find themselves entangled in your web of thread
And all you do to them is fade.

Love you are just a word
Not a feeling so told
You only exist by the mouth of a whistling bird.
You are only but a story never to unfold.


Copyright © | Year Posted 2015




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Date: 10/6/2015 7:16:00 AM
Thanks to you all for the warm welcome given to me.
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Date: 9/19/2015 7:40:00 PM
Emelia, WELCOME to poetry soup. I hope you have fun with this wonderful community. You'll find many friendly poets who are ready to support and give positive feedback. I will enjoy following you and your poetry when you are ready :) We are Lucky To Have you. Enjoy Poetry Soup:) Your New Poet Friend @-> LINDA <-@
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Date: 9/15/2015 3:19:00 PM
Hey Amelia, a warm and hearty welcome to Poetry Soup! This is a very interesting treatise on the subject of love. It definitely shows the many varied emotions and turmoil that love can bring. Looking forward to more of your poems. Well done! Be Blessed, Neva
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Date: 9/15/2015 1:34:00 PM
Emelia, Welcome to Poetry Soup. It will be a delight to read and become familiar with your poems in the future. As for now, I will greet you with the same smile others passed when I first joined the soup. Wishing you and your poetry the best. I hope you get to meet all the nice poets around here STARTING with me- SKAT :-) Please drop a hello and tell me a little about yourself if you wish. I would like to be your newest poetry soup "FRIEND" Hugs* SKAT
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Date: 9/15/2015 11:27:00 AM
I like the feelings and ideas expressed in this piece,indeed love has lost its meaning and today remains just a word.
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