Kiara Sims


Finding Love


I was walking one summer day and I saw an older couple sitting on a park bench.
I wondered how long they had been together.
Some never find what they're looking for but they know what they want.
Some try putting others down and break couples apart because they're unhappy.
You can never settle for less than the best, right.?
So why can't you find love?
Finding love is not like finding loose change in your pocket.
When you've found love you will always have a smile.
When you've found love nobody can come between it.
Finding love is the key to happiness.
When you've found love you will never see a gloomy day.
When you've found love people can tell.
I walked up to the couple and asked them were they happy and they replied, 'yes dear, we found love.'

Submitted: Tuesday, May 07, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, May 08, 2013
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  • David Wood (5/8/2013 8:51:00 AM)

    That is so true. Love makes the world go round when you find it. A good write (Report) Reply

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