Treasure Island

Didith Marcelo

(January 1,1989 / Phillippines)

God Taught Me To Love


I may never be the exact point of perfectness,
But I can be the way of betterness.

I may never be the image of your dreams,
But I can be a help how to uphold and see how to find a way to let your dreams come true.

I may never be with you always,
But my heart and mind miss not to pray for you.

My love is crucial,
Stronger foundation has been established.
Harder than a flint,
Cares with genuinity,
Absorbed by eternity.

The God of all taught me,
Point finger is what I saw,
A way to recommend,
The Love that so sure.

The God of all told me,
Just love because love is the only way to live and let life be love, your no reason to cease the love because I have loved you beyond death.

Jealousy may search you,
But It will never quench the truthfulness that love is the only key.

Because my essence is love.

Submitted: Thursday, July 04, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 23, 2013

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