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by Osamuyi Okpame, Nigeria Apr 30, 2007
Health   Poetry


Falling in love?

Some people say love hurts.
Some say love is a wonderful thing.
Some say love is blind or shouldn’t it rather be lust is blind?
Some say love is the best thing to ever happen to them.
Some say it is the worst thing to ever happen to them.

Why does love cause heartbreak to some people?
Why does it hurt so much?
Is it because people fall in love?
Why shouldn’t it hurt when you have to “fall” into it.

Why does love fade away?
Is it not just the mere lust and infatuation of the moment we confuse for love?

Love goes beyond infatuation.
Love goes beyond that funny feeling you feel within you.
Love knows no physical beauty but the beauty of the heart.
Love knows no bounds.
Love knows no hurt.
Love does not expire.
Love does not grow old, it remains fresh forever.
Love is nurtured in the heart and expressed from the heart.
Love is thick where faults are thin.
Love knows no lies.
Love is always true even in the face of danger.

Have you ever been in love?
Have you ever been heart-broken?
Or ever broken some one's heart before?
how do you feel?
What lessons have you learnt from the relationships?
Are you sure you wouldn’t make the same mistakes again?

Osamuyi Okpame (osamuyi-2)



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Osamuyi Okpame

I enjoy both reading and writing, and a quote that serves as inspiration to me is: "Sometimes the difficulties we face, could be our greatest asset in life."
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