Poet AOA

Rookie (London)

Love is Life, Life is Love


I come across all these poems
and to tell the truth i write them to
all about love and hearts being broken
poems are about expressing your life into words
well atleast thats what poetry means to me
life doesn't revole around the perfect fairy tail
or a love storyy either
life is life
why can't people relise that sonner
cause as much as love takes part in life
love comes around to hurt you in life
People love the fact of love
But hate the fact of pain
but love can't exist without pain
and life can't exist without love
love is life
and life is love
so all these poems i come across
and that i write to
are about life
it just took some time for us to relise that too!

Submitted: Sunday, July 25, 2010

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  • Rookie Afzal Shauq (8/3/2010 2:16:00 PM)

    a lovely write..meaningful..with rich idea..and the way ou expressed is guite heart touching sure..its good poem..loved it (Report) Reply

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