Amitie Abedi

Rookie - 60 Points (09 July 1987 / Samba(Democratic Rep. Of Congo))

Key factors Poem by Amitie Abedi

Love, a divine gift, is unknown destination,
Exposed, honoured by a wedding, led by passion;
Watered by undried and incredible fountain.

Crossing deeper valey, climbing huge mountain,
And using tolerance, faith as a weapon to stand
Forever, are main key factors to easily understand

Love, its ups and downs and enjoy it without
Thinking about its end. Love is not a speech!
Love is not a word and neither a song. But

Love is a set of acts, behaviours and manners, which
Seduce the person we're sharing it with, ensure them
That they are in good hands, that their problem

Becomes automatically our problem, and enable
Them to perceive endless joy. Love is priceless gift
Through which we let ourselves quickly crumble

In the soft melody of our hearts' beats, hard beats,
When thinking of them that each second repeat.

Submitted: Thursday, June 19, 2014

Topic of this poem: love educates

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This love poem was written for my wedding's invitation s

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