Day Three of my random Love Referendum brings a familiar figure back into the fold. I say familiar, as today’s participant is Eros, the Greek counterpart to the Roman Cupid who provided the first vote all those many days ago.

He hid his wings as his photo was taken in ancient Greece, did Eros, and coyly looked away from the camera, but as he is a God of Mischief, every time he posed he’d conjure a dove or other white bird out of thin air.

“Doves represent Love”, Eros whispered, with a smirk and a wink.

Zephyrs swirl aloft
Carrying scents from afar
Messages from home

Eros votes: YES

Eros says: “You can’t not have love. You can’t say love is a bad thing. You can’t say the place would be better without love. And without love how could I share it further? We all need to share the love – maybe not in the way I go about doing it, but there’s plenty of love to share in everyone’s own unique way. A smile shows love. Show love.”

Yikes. I’m still not doing Valentine’s.

Currently the Love Referendum results stand at:

… not counting today’s vote which will be included in tomorrow’s tally.

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