Bill Darrah

Rookie - 231 Points (November 19,1978 / Amarillo, TX)

Devotional Love Doctrine - Poem by Bill Darrah

If my life was focused a lot more on the discipline of love both my parents raised me to have so willingly teachable, I wouldn't feel so tempted to treat my parents with such a blatant disregard for their loveable ways of teaching. Then maybe my parents would be much more able to feel the strength of my love for them each time I share my love with them instead of my parents feeling the stressful pressure of trying new and improved ways of loving me more effectively than they should have to love me in the first place if only I was a lot more willingly humble enough to love them for all the times they loved me when I felt so unlovable. For me to feel this way about my parents speaks volumes for the enormous amount of love they always have ready for me to feel whenever I need it the most in hopes I will love them with the same intensity and determined willingness my parents are always humble enough to love me with regardless of my dishonoring love when I strongly express my objections for the kind of love my parents are trying extremely hard to express to me.

I really wish my parents would find it deep inside their hearts to fully embrace the deep love I have hidden in my heart whenever I feel my love isn't worthy enough to be felt by them like their love is so incredibly worthy for me to feel every day I am thoroughly blessed by their amazing true love! This surely has to be my most sincerely valuable doctrine of love I've been able to write so far, even though my heart knows I should use a lot more words of affectionate love my parents have never heard anyone in their lives express to them before! My parents are fully responsible for the love I have now because of all the sweet innocent love we so easily expressed to each other when I was just an infant of God knowing that was the only way I was supposed to love my parents for the rest of their beautifully crafted lives! Now I just to need to remember that responsibility my parents filled my heart up with for so many wonderful years so I can be much more responsible for the love I can only hope my parents still have for me when I try so hard to doubt or deny their love for me. My motto of love is 'Love my parents- not my attitude.' I hope to remember this motto until I have no more need for my attitude about my parents' love for me, only my need to love my parents more every day I am blessed to have them in my highly fulfilling life! How could my life possibly be any better than having two parents who love me more than they love their own lives? My love needs to respect that feeling they have for me a lot more than I've failed to respect many times in the past. Love is a lot like a flower. When it is in full bloom, everyone feels thoroughly loved by the flower's beauty and fragrance, but when it dies the love vanishes in anticipation, hope, and trust that another beautiful flower will rise up when love causes it to bloom just as beautiful as the last flower did. I hope this expression of love for my parents would be that flower in full bloom not waiting to die, but hoping for a much greater expression of love for me to concentrate on giving my lovingly patient parents who always want to love me for who I am rather than who I am trying to become as a man and their son in the future! Until that day comes for my next expression of love, please know that my parents will always be the inspirational driving force behind every single loving thought that crosses my mind and touches my heart in every way possible for me to imagine or create for them to embrace!

Topic(s) of this poem: love


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  • Martin Greyford (5/13/2016 9:17:00 AM)


    i can't believe it? even love has its doctrine? wow! thats nice (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, January 7, 2015



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