Terence G. Craddock (afterglows echoes of starlight)
Laughter Smiling In Beloved's Eyes Can Fears Outweigh?
love rough played is a hard game to play
if too many emotions stew get in the way?
if too many people involved get in the way?
keep negative influences distance at bay
money debts employment demands all love can slay?
love light shining in beloved's eyes can save lover's day
love laughter smiling in beloved's eyes can dark fears slay?
in conflict situations uncondictional love has right of way?
in affairs of heart kindness guards heads turning silver grey
in morality play, true loves beloved's eyes, can fears outweigh?
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See also the poems 'Oil On Water Love Lives' and 'Slippery Hard Slope Love' by Terence George Craddock.
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