Thabang kgwatalala


I Dreamed Of Love


I dreamed of love as the sweetest thing in the universe one thing that will bring happiness to me. My dream came true as the sun rise in the morning. Sadly it has blinded me. Look where it has brought me, here in the middle of no where.

Where no hate is embraced as they is no rise above it.
Where the world has hidden its ugliness.
Where no air is breathed as no oxygen is avail.
Where no body is home except the loneliest I.

True, Love is blind. I'm now enjoying tears as rain, crying as a song and stress as my daily lesson. I'm Afraid of Love.

Submitted: Saturday, June 22, 2013
Edited: Saturday, April 05, 2014

Topic of this poem: love


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I dreamed of love as the sweetest thing in the universe one thing that will bring happiness to me. My dream came true as the sun rise in the morning. Sadly it has blinded me. Look where it has brought me, here in the middle of no where.

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