Love's Story - Poem by Carolyn Brunelle
Some loves really are forever,
others never stay the course.
They say it's in the genes-
use it as excuse for divorce.
It's called 'love' when a promise is made,
a 'marriage' when it's all invention,
through eyes that still like to wander
and a mind of secret intentions.
No one really knows for sure
what makes a love hold true,
or whether it's even love at all-
if it's destined to hurt or betray you.
But any real love stands a chance
to blossom and grow to the end
if it starts out 'right' at the beginning
as lovers AND best friends.
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