Mark Heathcote

Gold Star - 29,965 Points (22/03/66 / Manchester)

Does Love Exist? - Poem by Mark Heathcote

Second time around, second life around
If a thing don’t exist until it is measured
In a way that is quantifiable
Undeniable, understandable, does it exist.

Do tell me what love is, make an effort
Please tell me truthfully, does love exist.

Will your soul drown with mine tonight?
Please tell me this isn’t a non-existed light
Please tell me this isn’t diaphanous starlight
Seen by one a chorus heard, joined by none.

Do tell me what love is, make an effort
Please tell me truthfully, does love exist.

What we want from love isn’t always a flower
Give to me an unopened bud of winter
Scorched and burned never wilting into surrender
This is quantifiable love to me today…

This is understandable this undeniable
Tell me truthfully, does love exist
Coz when I hold my breath each time we kiss
I forget I’m not a shadow that I’ve got substance.

Do tell me what love is, make an effort
Please tell me truthfully, does love exist.

Second time around, second life around
If a thing don’t exist until it is measured
In a way that is quantifiable
Undeniable, understandable, does it exist.

Do tell me what love is, make an effort
Please tell me truthfully, does love exist.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, March 8, 2015



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