Bo Edward Lawrence
One Love Many Hearts - Poem by Bo Edward Lawrence
There's two parts to love
So why does it come gift wrapped as one gift.
It's like when you fall in love your heart slips
Between the arms of a Double sided Rolex
One arm reading beautiful and romantic stories which you can only read slowly in time.
And the other cracked and brittle
Equivalent to a heart which has been stripped away of happiness and deprived of an end.
How unique love can be?
Stimulating the thoughts of romantic souls to search for a meaning,
Unfortunately to find, you never stop loving someone you only find someone else to think about.
And when your mind goes blank and your heart feels hollow.
You seek others to complete your mind and seek more love to hopefully fill your heart when smothered in it.
And as we try to chase love, love continues to chase us.
Sometimes we catch up and feel it for only a moment
Until we lose track of reality and fall from gods finger tips!
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