Daniel Parker

Rookie (10/11/92 / Wolverhampton)

Love: Open Minds As Well As Hearts


I once was asked a question, define the word called love,
The largest feeling one could ever find,
They asked for my depiction, I searched from up above,
And let all of the wonders fill my mind,

For love, is it a feeling, between two people true?
Two lovers, speaking words of utter glee?
The bond between a couple, unbreakable, like glue,
The only thing that truly sets them free?

Can love be pure emotion, that's shared between two hearts,
The bind between a parent and their child?
Is love most felt in ending, or when the story starts,
A sentence, or the greatest words compiled?

Or maybe love's more simple, expressions, just a smile,
A glance from just one person to the next,
So take the time to ponder, it's just a shortened while,
Just maybe you'll find love within this text.

Submitted: Sunday, February 20, 2011
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