Nonexistent Love - Poem by Randy Whitehead
O, our love, so strong a bond, never gone
And all the binding chains were lifted,
Since the day I met you nothing's been wrong,
And all of the days since have been gifted.
You are the prettiest buds of summer,
Helping all my days of disappointment,
You are the best of all my past lovers,
And with you, all my hardships are worth it.
You are the coolest of all the breezes, Softening all the worst storms of my rage,
With your soft whisper all my world eases,
Better wisdom you have than every sage,
You help me when all my sense is twisted,
Love of mine, if only you existed.
Topic(s) of this poem: love and life
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