poet Lawrence S. Pertillar

Lawrence S. Pertillar

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(the) Fate Of Fatal Lovers

Fated to be in a togetherness...
No one comprehends but them.

The fate of fatal lovers,
In a relationship
Others tell them not meant to be.

There is too much abuse done publicly.
And in private this feeds a romance...
Enhanced by physical foreplay,
Some say is quite sick.

They both inflict scars and wounds.
This attraction seems to be headed for doom.
But no one can see,
After the slapping and blackened eyes...
The love between them made!

Fated to be in a togetherness...
No one comprehends but them.
It just needs less notoriety.
With a maturity that has yet to begin.

Poem Submitted: Saturday, March 14, 2009

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Comments about (the) Fate Of Fatal Lovers by Lawrence S. Pertillar

  • Sina David Oyadokun (6/14/2018 8:21:00 AM)

    When our senses for love is overridden. The the inner eyes to see further and beyond today..

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  • Liza SudinaLiza Sudina (9/24/2015 1:29:00 PM)

    Fated to be in a togetherness... thread of love - is their fate!

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  • Suburban LovechildSuburban Lovechild (2/7/2015 5:37:00 AM)

    Maybe the fate of all love is fatal, but from death gives life...

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  • David Christopher LaceyDavid Christopher Lacey (4/1/2013 6:47:00 PM)

    'The fate of fatal lovers' - a much told story with a myriad of endings! Glad you added another to the list

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  • Ridah Ellahi (3/25/2009 1:19:00 AM)

    fantastic poem! a spectacular message wonderfully expressed!

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