Tom Zart


Visions of life without love is eternal despair
Overrun by fear, hate, disgrace and evil deed.
No one to love us and yearn for our touch
Just wickedness broadcasting its falsehoods and seed.

Love teaches us to live for the betterment of others
Not just to satisfy our own selfish, greed and desire.
Love always rewards those who truly feel it within
Enforcing and nourishing its eternal passion and fire.

Life without love is but hell upon Earth itself
With no reason to sing, laugh, cry or rejoice.
Life with love is Heaven's glorious joy and reward
For hearts which comply with God's will by choice.

What would life be without our need for love
Not something I wish to vision or be a part of.
Love makes us better as a mortal human being
And more likely to delight are Father Above.

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Submitted: Friday, August 15, 2014

Topic of this poem: LOVE

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