Treasure Island

Paul Jensen Jr

(January,3rd 1974)

LOVE UNDERSTANDS


Love understands pain without saying,
Love understands guilt in unsaid discomfort,
Love knows pain and conflict unceasing is death,
Love knows conflict leads to new life :)

Love shares everything we need in life,
Understanding LOVE provides is the mystery,
Illusions or reality LOVE provides clarity,
Pain personified provides learning :)

Love understands our fearful nature,
FEAR IS WHAT WE LIVE FOR IT SEEMS,
ABUNDANCE OVERLOOKED IS FEAR EXPRESSED,
Love understands our life is an illusion :)

Love understands confusion without judgment,
Full self expression is rare and JUDGED,
Love knows our judgment is FEAR in disguise,
LOVE UNDERSTANDS OUR REALITY IS OUR CHOICE :)

Submitted: Monday, April 30, 2012

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