robert john bayoneta
Life, Love, And Death - Poem by robert john bayoneta
What is life then if without love?
When its true meaning is in death?
How can i sing its beauty?
Who can fathom its coming?
If love is young, who can resist its calling?
When her whisper is as strong as your heartbeat?
Who can hold the rain from falling?
When its weight is as heavy as your heartbreak?
If death is a fate, why there are weepings?
Why life is spend in love than happiness?
When love implicates pain and sorrows?
When death is preceded by life and living is about love?
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