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by nina, United States Feb 1, 2009
Media , Religious Freedom , Health   Poetry


Love, oh! Love
We all invoke your name time after time
We all claim to know or have you at some point
What are you exactly? Just a feeling or just a word?
Only if we always truly mean it, the world will be better
Love, oh! Love
You are one, yet mean different things to different folks
Love between parents and children
Love between siblings
Love between great friends
Love between married couples
Love for God and love of God
Love for one’s country
Love for one’s pet and material properties
Love for humanity
Love for entertainment
Love for food and wine
Love for special, pricy possessions
Love, oh! Love
Love, yes love, you are indeed a chameleon
Yes, you come in different forms and sizes
We can't see or touch you, but we know that you do EXIST
You are more than just a word or a feeling
You are more powerful than swords and bombs
You can melt the hardest of heart and mend broken ones
You are an entity by yourself
Hope we always give you—Love—a fighting chance!



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My name is Eucharia Nina Chika Igwe; I'm a citizen of the world. I love to write, among many other things.

I currently reside in the USA and would one day like to be a Minister for Health. Health and Wellness-related issues are my passion. I strongly believe that a healthy nation is a wealthy nation.

High self-esteem is one of the things that has sustained me. Love starts with oneself and then flows out to the rest of one's environment.

I am a spirit-filled individual determined to make a whole lot of difference in this generation and in generations to come.

I do ask one thing of you: Always give your honest opinion about my writings. It is truly appreciated. Make each day a memorable one. Ndewo!!!

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