Knots Of Love - Poem by Tim Romines
Knots of Love
Love and relationships are a lot like knots.
Like knots relationships are not originally pre-assembled
Instead, some assembly is required and maintenance is expected.
The strength of your knot should get stronger in time.
Knots can have one rope but the stronger need two.
Carefully woven within each other two ropes become one.
With every tie with every twist its strength becomes stronger and stronger
Some knots are temporary and some are never undone.
You the couple are the ropes, your relationship the knot
How tight you tie it is up to you both only you can decide.
Just remember the stronger you make your knot now
The harder it will be to untie.
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