• Others 25.07.2007

    Love dares to marry–a peril of tears,
    And bring to an end the sadest cheers.
    Right or wrong, marriage captives duty,
    To engender the heartache of beauty.

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    Love dares to marry–a peril of tears,
    And bring to an end the sadest cheers.
    Right or wrong, marriage captives duty,
    To engender the heartache of beauty.

    A joyous task takes an old love apart;
    Heals the goodbye–of a broken heart.
    Enthralled in the wonderment of thrill,
    As crying continues–love with a chill.

    Tears may flow, as love’s liberty goes;
    For, it goes away to leave pain behind.
    Tears will grow, as such liberty knows,
    To once again flow with a joyous time.

    Crying overwhelms vulnerable emotion,
    Where courage endures love’s paradox.
    So, Overcome! for want of the solution,
    Time propells love…with a twin tic-toc.

    Farewell!…lost love; alas, greet Hello!
    You leave room for love where you go.
    Greetings! new love; ah, say goodbye!
    You fill the void–that provoked a cry.

    Sadness subdues the man of loneliness,
    With happy tears that replace sadness.
    The teardrops contain a two-fold flow,
    While happiness stops–in a pain to go.

    Oh, the misery of true love that leaves,
    Cannot be right…by emotions to grieve.
    But the contents of more love to come,
    Cannot be explained with a heart-of-fun.
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    Posted by Lee Mahana @ 6:06 PM

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