You may not after this little lot!

You may or may not remember a love referendum that I run several years ago, well these are the haiku-esque poems that came out of it… first, though, Cupid wanted to stick his arrow in.

Love is a power
Magical reinforcement
Of natural needs

Zephyrs swirl aloft
Carrying scents from afar
Messages from home

Easing Easter in
With love and a little leap
As it’s cold and wet

Dark clouds and dark hearts
Veins pulsating with passion
Needs and thirsts are met

Time and time again
Mistakes are made, lessons learned
Not all are the same

Love is like magic
When awakened it’s surreal
Gentle yet so strong

In one brief instant
A bond of the heart takes place
Life’s line starts afresh

To balance the stones
Takes time, patience and effort
Allow the balance

Love, like grains of sand
Feels solid but drifts away
But there’s lots of sand

Love is an essence

A shade like the grass’s hue
A warmth like the Sun

All things have two sides
War has destruction and peace
And peace comes through love

It’s like a feelin’
This thing called love – a feelin’
This thing called love’s good

I love my pet dog
I love all my pet dog’s friends
And I love to eat

A feeling within
That is apparent without
For those who notice

The votes are now cast
And the results are counted
Love is a good thing

As you can see after the last one, love won the referendum. And although I don’t celebrate Valentine’s Day myself, I thought it time to share these scribbled words yet again.

9 thoughts

    1. It was fun seeing the characters from where they came, Icewolf! That gives them a little more context – just a little, mind!

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