Love in Ten Sentences

Recently I was challenged… GAH! What shit I wrote!

Recently I was blessedtetra-blessed! Four incredible bloggers, four great poets and four dear friends gave me a chance to participate in the amazing mission – TO SPREAD LOVE

Prakash Hegade (https://itsphblog.wordpress.com/)
Aubrey’s Arch (https://aubreysarch.wordpress.com/)
Prospermind (https://prospermind.wordpress.com/)
Spahr Plops (https://mspahr.wordpress.com/)

Thank you, friends! Of course, I can’t stay aside… I can’t let my blog turn into a cesspool for love! No-no-no! Only lovefalls, lovefountains and loverivers!

I start to splash my love right now!

Hey, Love, don’t take 
it bad. I’m love-protected.
I’m sorry, Love, but
your love-philtre was wasted.
Creeping thyme, foxglove, brandy
and clover don’t work.
Who’d loved, can’t swallow
your illusive love-bait again.

Stop, Love! One moment!
You forgot your gloves…

 

My favorite quote

‘I love you’

(an unknown author)

 

Beautiful Insanity

Into the Forgotten

Strings of Soulfulness

Poetic Depression

Johnpoetflanagan

Reject Reality

Mindlovemisery

Henry Game

Homoestmachina

Shawn Worth

Guys, if you meet this wandering Love, please, be kind and good to it! Don’t hurt Love! Write a poem about love and title it ‘Love in Ten Sentences’. It should have 10 lines, each 4 words long. Every line should contain the word ‘love’. At the end of the poem, you should include your favorite quote about love. And then you should invite everyone to join in this holy mission ❤

Well… I won’t detain Love any more. I’ll let it go.

 

by TETIANA ALEKSINA
© All rights reserved 2015

23 thoughts on “Love in Ten Sentences

    • Thank you, Mark!
      I’m glad that you liked the result of my efforts!
      It was difficult, to be honest… Love isn’t my territory 😛
      I felt like a bull in a china shop… I was afraid to squash something fragile or sit down on the lacy gloves 🙂

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  1. I would say this was a surprise, but you’re always clever. The usages of spices was exceptional, especially how you included thyme in there. Creative rule bending instead of rule breaking – I guess that was the surprise part. I expected you to ignore the rules completely, but you didn’t!
    Greatness struck again here. Wonderful work 🙂

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    • Thank you, Michael!!
      Oh, I’m really flattered by your comment ❤
      Breaking rules is easy, isn't it? Bending them is more interesting… we're yogi, after all 😛
      Thank you for this chance! It was an interesting practice!
      And I'm happy that I still can surprise you 😉

      P.S. I hope, I'll find thyme meadows in your mysterious Otherworldly Woods…

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