Ray Hansell

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Love Can Poem by Ray Hansell


Love is grand, love is fine
Love is with us all the time

Love will start then love will grow
Where it begins we'll never know

Love can fade, love can die
Love can make you just sigh

Love can come and slowly grow
Love for all we should show

Love can conquer, love can destroy
Love is used by some like a toy

Love can burn and hurt so bad
Love can make you very sad

Love can grow and shine so bright
Love can get you through the night

Love can drive you to the brink
Broken love can drive you to drink

Loves emotions are so plenty
Loves benifits are so many

Love can last for a lifetime
That's the love I wish was mine


11-22-13/RjH

Submitted: Saturday, December 7, 2013

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  • Gold Star - 13,881 Points * Sunprincess * (1/5/2014 8:00:00 AM)

    ..........this is what we all wish...you penned it so nicely.

    ~Love can last for a lifetime
    That's the love I wish was mine (Report) Reply

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