Ozark Mountain Homegrown


Love Defined


My love transcends this earthly plane
Not only is it the source of my being
But it is the essence of my very souI
My love is infinite
It does not wane
Love is my spirit
It renders me whole


My love is this burning light of desire
It surrounds, it engulfs
It defines what exists
My love, it shines brightly
And burns like a fire
Forever and deep in my soul
Love persists

Submitted: Tuesday, September 10, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, September 11, 2013

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  • Veteran Poet - 2,584 Points Patricia Grantham (10/5/2013 4:23:00 PM)

    An explanation of love in the deepest sense of the world.
    It transcends above everything and leaves nothing in its
    wakes. One can't survive without it for if we try we will
    shrivel up and die. An enormous write of great magnitude. (Report) Reply

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