MacGregor Tagliaferro

Blazin' Love - Poem by MacGregor Tagliaferro

Sylvia Plath said; 'I will be
the very best me that I
always want to be with you.'
That says it all about love, right?
To be with that someone who makes
one want to be a better person.
A Jack Nicholson character said,
'You make me want to be a better man.'

You made me want to be a better me.

Virginia Woolf said, 'If you do not
tell the truth about yourself
you cannot tell it about other people.'
That goes to the heart of what
I have always said about love;
you have to love yourself,
which inlcudes bein' honest with yourself,
before you can love another.

I like to think, at long last,
that I am honest with myself.
Not sure about the lovin' part.

Plath also said, 'I deserve that, don't I,
some sort of blazing love that I can live with.
Deserve? Well sure everyone deserves
a blazin' love they can live with.
Is that not the highest form
of human achievement;
to find ones blazin' love?
In another context,
a Clint Eastwood character said,
'Deserves got nuthin' to do with it.'

I know I was not your blazin' love.
But you were mine.
And I do not quite know
how to live with that.

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

written for my Muse, May 2012 somewhere out West.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, November 15, 2012

Poem Edited: Friday, November 16, 2012

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