Philip Charles Brown

Words On Love - Poem by Philip Charles Brown

Words, easily spoken
Promises, easily broken
Time, easily spent
Wondering, where it all went
Heart, beating strong
Holding, love all along
Released, never
Lasting, forever
And then, and once again
It starts to mightily flourish
And on more love it will nourish
Until a strength of fight is gone
It seems as none but is really one
We are one rejoined in time
By the love found in our hearts and mind
Pain is just a temporary thing
Love, it just so permanently sings
And if by chance you don't participate
Then hurry up before it's too late
Cause love will bind you
And more love will find you

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  • Phillip Joshua Jimenez (2/1/2013 8:58:00 PM)

    quite freestyled, yet very beautiful! this poem just described what true love really is! God bless you, brother! : D (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, February 1, 2013

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