Luke Weinberg

Rookie (May 29th 1996 / New York)


Love is a science
an experiment with disastrous consequences
or if you're lucky, positive outcomes

Love is a way of life
as Hastings says, “the journey, not the destination”
the moment one lives in and one absorbs

Love is time, and money
showing your affection and care
but also your curiosity of that individual

Love is what you make it
25 relationships,65 kisses
1 marriage and no kids

Love is a word we accept
a word to describe emotion
a word to describe feeling
a word that we acknowledge

Love is all love can be, what it can be
Love changes form, Love changes you
Love, you know......

What is love you may ask, the world has many meanings
the world can not comprehend the ideology of the word

Love is a shadow that hangs among those alone
Love is a follower in the light of day

Love is a subject one may study in school
Love is something to observe, to scan, to scope

In simplest terms possible, Love is Never ending,
Love is something you go to war with, you battle
Love gives you more hurt you’ll ever receive
and more happiness than you ever thought possible
Love is: Lasting Opportunity to Venerate everyone

Submitted: Tuesday, April 02, 2013

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