If You’re Given An Angel Of Love - Poem by Anita Atina
If you’re given an angel of love
And use her like a whore
Who has lost heaven on earth?
Whose misfortunes have you bore?
You want her passions, unbound
But not her love, to the fore
Do you realize with what you’re playing
And what bliss you may forego
She offers herself completely
And you see only her body
You’re happy lying by her side
But don’t trust her, inside your head
You let ego rule your heart
And your mind is fogged by logic
You choose to ignore what your heart tells you
What is it that you dread?
She asks not for any promises
Of material wealth or to be wed
She only asks for the truly precious
The warmth of your heart, instead
So run along, truant stallion
Roam the world as you please
In your silent moments
Find your inner peace
For when the roaming is done
And the world has lots its luster
You will look for the angel of love
But woe, she will be six feet under!
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