Theresa Ann Moore
Unshackled Love - Poem by Theresa Ann Moore
There are people on this sphere…
That you truly love and hold dear.
They care a lot; enough to let you be.
Enough to value your right to be free.
There are people who cling and hold.
They expect you to do as you are told.
They love you deeply, this is their claim…
While they control and freeze your brain.
What is love if it is not bound with chains?
It is an affection that is sincere and remains.
Love that is given to another without a fee
Is received and returned with generosity.
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