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Patarica D. Nunn

(Little Rock, AR, USA)

What Is Love?


Is love a feeling that everyone
encounters? Is love a feeling
which someone can handle? Is
love a reaction that everyone
must balance? Is love a reaction
which someone need perhaps? Is
love lust or someone's imbalance?
Is love pain or everyone's shame?
Is love abusive? I think not; It
should not lead anyone to harbor
doubt. Love will be what you
make it; And it won't collapse.
Love is really your point of view
perhaps. Is love enhanced or is
love a tender advance? Is it
love at all? If you have to ask,
explain or demand, I think not;
True love is joy, hope, peace,
and faith in man. So love will
always be what you make it I see;
or perhaps what it should be. A
beautiful reaction between two
people happily; I hope you all see.

Submitted: Thursday, January 02, 2003

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