Love Has Done It


I love it when you said, “I love you”
Heart is fluttering like the rain’s dew
Line of romance is visibly true
Sweet joys have timeless value

How wonderful life is being with you
Laughs, giggles, and jams always glow
Feeling the sea breeze which is so blue
Defines our love as thickened by a glue

Suddenly the thunder roars
As the dark cloud overly roams
It caused pain inside the chamber soul
Where is the love you have been rolled?

I reminisce the soft, back times
Memories seem a stranger by rhymes
Fear I had when this dream turns real
Realizing the present which happens my heart to kill

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This poem entails a first feeling of what love should be and an unclear closure of what love has done. It is an imbalance state of love working out of control, in reality.