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Tendekai Mugonda

Rookie (17 April 1988 / Mutare)

Love and hate


Love is like water and hate is like a fire.
Love makes the world go round and hate makes it flatter.
In water there is life and in fire destruction.
Love set the world on expansion and hate on extinction.
Love is us and hate is me.
Hate is the door and love is the key.
Love expands age whilst hate dwindles it.
Love is paradise and feels like heaven whilst hate is bottomless pit.
Love is genuine and hate is fake.
They are not colours love is not white nor hate black.
Maybe iam blind but love would be rainbow.
Love is like the first raindropp which come with a surprise than hate which come to suppress.
Hate is seeing in little and love is seeing in surplus.

Submitted: Saturday, December 24, 2011
Edited: Saturday, December 24, 2011

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  • Rookie Molay Toufik (12/25/2011 10:25:00 AM)

    i like this one like if you paint to us picture of the honest feeling by the way it's seem to me very powerful poem in string and lovely poetics way
    keep up
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