Anne Jones

Rookie (New Jersey)

What Is Love?

What is love?
Love is the unspoken word
A feeling
A moment

Love is magical
Never feeling alone
A pitter patter or a thump
Butterflies or feelings of nervousness

Walking hand in hand
Moonlight shining from above
A whisper a touch
Inspiration and secuity
What is love?

It is undefined
Up to each individual interpretation
I was asked what does love mean to me?
What is love?

Love is a shared moment between two hearts
Together they beat as one
Never missing a beat
Traveling the same path and taking on each of lifes journeys as a unit

Smiles and laughter filling each day
Loving each other unconditionally
Making time each day to listen and show you care
What is love?

Love isn't always kind
Frustrations and disappointments do arise
Workng through them helping each other out
Is what love is all about

Encouragement to succeed in every aspect of life
Guidance and direction is part of a journey
Making mistakes and having regrets
Is part of life you will never forget
It is all part of love

Submitted: Tuesday, July 19, 2011
Edited: Tuesday, July 19, 2011

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