Liliana EL.


Blinded By Affection


Love
What is it?
Some say, with love, there is pain
I know better
They say it's uncontrollable
Peace turns into chaos
Tender touches become violent pulls
But I know better
For my love
Is different
People say, all good things will come to pass
They fade away and disappear
With love there is heartbreak
And when you realize, it will be too late
But I know better
I know different
The time that passes is time to reflect
And that time will come to pass too
The dark of night will pass on to a clear blue
And a relationship becomes stronger and better as well

Submitted: Friday, November 08, 2013
Edited: Monday, December 30, 2013

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19.12.12 2: 03 pm

Comments about this poem (Blinded By Affection by Liliana EL. )

  • Rookie - 22 Points Vlad Mutuleanu (11/9/2013 12:11:00 PM)

    Every relationship is different. People may say many things but they can never tell what a person is feeling or how the future is shaped for one relationship. Everyone will face dangers and hardships and you can never know how they will change you, but the most important part is to stand for what you believe in and make your own future.
    I like the repetition of I know better.
    It is always YOU who control your life.
    Thank you! (Report) Reply

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