Principles Of Love(Ii) - Poem by Olamide Adebayo
Love is water, if only it could flow through our mind.
Love is fire, only if it could burn through our heart.
Love is a moon, if only it could light-up our perception.
Love is a sun, only if it could reveal the shadow of our fear.
Love is life, only if it could breathe into our belief.
Love is death, if only it could cast-away our trust.
Love is happy, only if it could honour our request.
Love is sad, if only it could illuminate our past.
Love is diligent, only if it could influence our say.
Love is indolent, if only it could indulge our desire.
Love is hope, only if it could embrace our grace.
Love is hopeless, if only it could question our motive.
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