Love is such a common theme isn’t it? Love is also the most misunderstood theme.
These two poems will again try to define LOVE using words
True Love (poem by Dave Holloway)
The waves are pounding down below me.
The sun disappears setting the night free.
Darkness enhances campfires up and down,
like glowing diamonds on a black background.
A warm wind blows into my face,
coming off the sea from a distant place.
I smile to myself, contentedness surrounds me
and ponder it’s meaning, staring out at the sea.
Then an array of thought begins to flow through.
All beautiful and loving, then I think of you,
but that slowly fades into the awesome sound
of waves crashing below on sandy ground.
Then my gaze drifts up to the far distant lights
edging the shoreline like a necklace that delights
an eternal goddess standing proud and sure,
whose breath is the wind, an enticing lure.
Love May Be Unsure (Poem by Leslie Moon)
Love may be whimsical
but it is a feeling that helps us endure
Without love we are cold
we stop feeling anything at all
Love can embrace
or push away
how much better to stay
Don’t get rid of love
Remove the hurt, the harshness
bring light to remove the darkness