Love in Ten Sentences

The Sea of Love

Love, the boundless sea

Love, the unstoppable tsunami
the surging undertow, love

Love, the ocean storm
the peaceful calm, love

Love, the pull of tide
the unfathomable deep, love

Love, infinite pure energy
life abundant in love

Love, the boundless sea

Unconditional love really exists in each of us. It is part of our deep inner being. It is not so much an active emotion as a state of being. It’s not ‘I love you’ for this or that reason, not ‘I love you if you love me.’ It’s love for no reason, love without an object.
Ram Dass

This post is in response to a challenge from my friend Brad over at writing to freedom where you can see his own lovely poem. The game is to write a poem about love, in ten lines or sentences, of 4 words each, and each line must include the word ‘love’. Then include a favourite quote about love and finally nominate up to ten other bloggers to the same challenge. So here are the friends I challenge;

Nimmi atΒ  soul mate’s – so near, yet so far

siren song at siren whispers

Val at find your middle ground

sable swan at sable swan’s poetry & prose

Dorinda at Night Owl Poetry

M. Alden at Nascent Stars

Michelle at POEMdemonium

BB at Beat, Measure, Rhyme

Vonita at Passion through Poetry

Have a go and see what you come up with, no pressure! Play along if you if you like, no worries otherwise πŸ™‚

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