A 365 Daily Challenge: Day 36

Day 36
Topic: Love
Topic given by AB

The physical structure of the word love was carved into your forehead
One glance at you
A share of words
And everyone knew they had encountered something beautiful

The physical structure of your entire body was built up in layers
Each layer filled with something pure
Something raw and digestible
Your words used to tease me in my dreams
They still do
But on a different level
I Imagine how your words would dance to fight everything that is evil
And how you would dance with them
With a captivating smile
That blends in perfectly with its surroundings

Pure love

I wrote this poem with you on my right shoulder, telling me not to write this
But you know that I have to
We been through that discussion before
Resistance creates friction
Energy creates emotions
Emotions equals love

We are the true existence of ourselves
Through the reflection of love

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17 Responses to A 365 Daily Challenge: Day 36

  1. lucinda408 says:

    Today is my mothers birthday and I honor her with this poem! Beautiful words!

  2. bwcarey says:

    world can’t get enough of it, it’s the only obsession necessary, can’t live without it, yet we put so many barriers in the way, can’t control the flow of it, almost banned globally, amazing what fear can do, same as the hemp plant, just imagine a world without it, love

    • MesAyah says:

      A world without love would be a cold cold place to exist in. I have written a poem about that in my last book “Lifecycle in Nihighnigma” where the world is beyond where we are now in a state of apathy and no love.

  3. jilrob says:

    Love this one. Thanks for following Discover Santosha!

  4. Reblogged this on Kameron Lombard and commented:
    Great poetry from a fellow blogger

  5. Geo Sans says:

    beautiful last

  6. Really enjoyed this!

  7. scponce says:

    Wow Really interesting. I loved the latter part. Shows how this piece of literature was done :))) verr nice!!

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