Elizabeth Fontaine Grieco
Where Has Our Love Gone? - Poem by Elizabeth Fontaine Grieco
Where has our love gone?
Have you forgotten how fragile love is?
Or is it just a game for you to soar,
Watching how much pain a life can endure,
For the sake of your pleasure,
Is not why God put us together.
Remember, that when the flower is wilted
And ready to die, that you'll see what
Kind of lie you've lived, with all of your
Selfish pleasures and tormenting ways.
Your life is a joke, screened in by smoke.
Give up your tormenting ways,
So that maybe you can be saved!
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