Peter S. Quinn

You Don'T Believe In Love - Poem by Peter S. Quinn

You don't believe in love
When sky clouds are near
The gray dark tones above
That winter’s freezing steer
Where cold feelings are made
And give or take a day
In its shadowed dim fade
Where trouble weathers play

You tell me love is nothing
In my blamelessness
I thought you were bluffing
And wouldn't care to confess
How love your heart has played
On each its strings - gently
With each its highlighted shade
Of your feelings - evidently

You don't believe in love
But what are you telling
Because your heart is full of
Love in its sweetest spelling

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Poem Submitted: Friday, September 21, 2007

Poem Edited: Monday, April 11, 2011

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