Ellirie Aviles


Love Defined


A feeling says the dictionary
some says it's imaginary
I believe it's voluntary
whilst the heart exercises tyranny

No one taught us
no one showed us
things go too fast
If the love you have do last

Like drowning in the deepest snow
and falling in earth's trenches
it's endless like the rivers' flow,
and as precious as Royal touches

it let a brain grew in your heart
that does and command on its part
it controls us in most instances
it taught us how true god dances

When you are with the one you love
you'd want to consume the time you have
It's natural like the rise of sun
and when you court, the game begun!

It's not usual, but it's factual
but if you lose, there's no renewal
and when he-she shows some annoyance
in her-his mind there is disturbance

When he-she says Hey I hate you
yet to you he-she sticks to
Never say I hate you too
for it may turn to 'I love you'

Because some people says an irony
some people says reality
But some knows what's factuality
You'd see if He-she've no sincerity.

Submitted: Sunday, January 01, 2012
Edited: Sunday, October 05, 2014

Topic of this poem: love


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