Anita Khelawan

Bronze Star - 2,620 Points (6th March,1990)

Love - Poem by Anita Khelawan

Love is a gamble,
It leaves your thinking in a scramble,
The brain was once in control,
Now everything is different because you love with all your heart and soul.

Thinking with the mind,
Loving with the heart,
A beautiful feeling I find myself difficult to part.
Making decisions wit your heart.
It got your brain telling you that wasn't smart.

A prisoner of love never want to break free,
I was never looking for love but it found me.
Blinded by love, it's amazing because I am able to see things differently.
So now I'm holding it at hostage,
Reaping all the benefits.
I realised love possess great demands,
There are some ups and downs and they always go hand in hand.

I love forever and ever,
When I give love it wasn't meant to return to its owner.

True love is rare &sincere.
That's why before it's opened, love is labelled handle wit care.
Loving someone or something is incredible,
But I would be bias if I didn't say love often gets you into trouble.


Comments about Love by Anita Khelawan

  • Dev Anand (4/13/2016 12:14:00 PM)


    Thinking with the mind,
    Loving with the heart, a prisoner of love..... a very nice poem and fine words of love.... very much in contact with reality........ thank you dear poetess.
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  • (11/21/2010 12:55:00 PM)


    Nicely expressed. Clear and resonating (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, November 21, 2010

Poem Edited: Saturday, March 12, 2011


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