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Sangnam Nam


A Discovered Love


Love was discovered
not felt or experienced
but discovered
There was a sign
to show the existence
of the inevitable
It should happen
no matter what happens
in between the times
of discovering and finding it out
that it was the love
that has been there for centuries
It surely has to happen
the thing that has to happen
that was predestined
long before I and you were
born and conceived
that was well planned
and we only have to discover it
It is our duty to live out the
planned destiny
God's mysterious plan
in our lives
for us to live out
that He conceived us
with this miraculous work
on our lives in mind
that we are loved by Him first
and then by each other
away from the mundane lust and greed
away from the secular religious practices
away from the physical pleasure
away from the ordinary snobbish brags
we are destined to be in the chain of love
that we gladly willing to put ourselves
to be bound to, to be in a bondage to
If you are willing to accept this plan of God's
then the love discovered will be
played out very well
by the role players us
the ones who live and love
this life and this fate
Willing to be the one the chosen one
born to be the destined one?

Submitted: Wednesday, December 04, 2013
Edited: Thursday, December 05, 2013
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