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Osvaldo Roman Cerda

(September 27,1991 / Los Angeles, California)

Let Love be


Let love be without hypocrisy
Let love be the hymn the angel's sing
Let love be the word of God
Let love be the word of man
Let love have dominion over the world
Let love engulf the hate of mankind
Let love be the only thing set free
Let love triumph from sea to sea
Let love spread into the depths of hell
Let love save those who spurned love
Let love grow, dance, speak, guide
Let love be

Submitted: Tuesday, April 29, 2008
Edited: Wednesday, April 30, 2008
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  • everything has a name but me (5/5/2008 8:12:00 PM)

    The truth behind it engulfs your words! This poem is sensational and beautiful if not anything else. But it is something else. It is very stately in all events.
    Again, beautiful. (Report) Reply

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