Fools & Love - Poem by Tom Zart
Life is simply a circus
With too many fools on the stage.
There’s greed, fear and indifference
As many hearts suffer from rage.
The worst curse that one can endure
Are those who just wish to take.
When all we give is our own love
To find out we've made a mistake.
Of all the prizes life may bring
To be loved is by far the best.
That's why so many search for it
For without love, what goods the rest?
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