William H Whelan

Love Is A Thought

Poem by William H Whelan

Love is a thought, a chemical imbalance
Loneliness is solitude and company is a chance.
It's easier to win the jackpot on the lottery
Than find someone and be eternally happy.

You have left and I have a chemical reaction
Nothing I feel can give me satisfaction
But you are not my heart nor my blood
Nor my food, this part is misunderstood.

People die at some one's leaving
Tears falling, painful grieving,
Just for thoughts in the mind
Love is so artificial and unkind.

Someone should study the meaning of love
As I think it is rated way above
The word it really means, 'Caring'.
The act of enjoying, helping and sharing.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, November 29, 2004

Poem Edited: Monday, April 3, 2006