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    dots Submission Name: Love is Likedots
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    Author: SavedDragon
    Elite Ratio:    3.61 - 303/258/84
    Words: 168
    Class/Type: Poetry/Misc
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    dotsLove is Likedots
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    Love is like a cave that loses you
    Blind eyes will wonder and search
    For what can't be seen.

    It's like a red rose turned black
    With a hunched back
    Petals to the floor and all that's left is one
    An undying love
    Unconditional with speculations
    And the question of will we make it?

    Like the plane that travels
    Through clouded air
    But makes its way past turbulence
    There's only one destination.

    It's like the smell of rain
    On your window pane
    Fresh and pure
    You cannot forget
    Memories stained like glass
    So hard to reach the point of never ending
    But everything transcends.

    It's like words defined
    Yet cannot be defined
    But we hold our own truth
    Convince our own minds
    This is our reality
    It is how we're designed.

    To love is to give yourself first
    In vacant air it can't be cursed
    Not in the visible world
    Not like this.




    Submitted on 2012-12-11 23:17:01     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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