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Elora Smith

(Jan,15 1998 / P.E.I)

Love or Fear?


Love,
Just a four letter word describing something we think we feel.
Your feeling warmth, the fast beating of your heart,
The butterflies in your stomach, and the indescribable emotions,
Is this love, or just fear?
What really is love?
Is it this? Is it feeling anxious?
Is it not being able to live with out them?
Is all of this really love?
Or is it fear of what is to come?

Submitted: Friday, July 26, 2013
Edited: Monday, July 29, 2013
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So, my friend had told me how she was feeling about a guy, and i realized, love and fear are very similar. What if love is fear?

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