Alice Perfect

Vows Broken, The Zentire World Missed Love - Poem by Alice Perfect

Vowes severed, orange robes dropped
love cowered, train hopped

In the void of non-suffering
all well but a life of buffering

Avoid nature and her lovingness?
Not for me, I must confess

It was a little blossom -a nun
but all business no fun

what a waste of love and flesh

that flipped my switch
I wanted out
I had not desiring but I had an itch

There is more to the void and no me
there is oneness and a balance, eternity

Once I carried women across the stream
and let them down
now I carry and let them know, LOVE just IS
don't frown

Fear not, flee not,
it will always follow, it is bliss

Topic(s) of this poem: love

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Poem Submitted: Monday, July 28, 2014

Poem Edited: Friday, August 1, 2014

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