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I think this is the message for my life, my goal and purpose. Perhaps some day we can just say "love" and know we have said it all. Even better will be the day when we no longer need to speak it. We will be what it is, so to say it even once would be redundant.
Reducing Plan -------------------------------------------
A lesson, I am learning that love is all that matters.
Everything else is just dust in the making.
Love is here, now and forever.
I am on a reducing plan.
Love is all that is
Love is all
Very clever idea, love the way your poem is set out! And of course the message of the poem is very true. Love is the most important thing. This poem is very simple but also very effective. Nice write! xxx
How simple. And powerful. And true. We all walk through the days, slowly getting rid of the fluff, getting to see the essence of our existence - and thats what you've done here. Gotten rid of the fluff. Shown your reader the foundation without which no house can be built.
This is very simple and beautiful piece. I like the formatting to, I've never seen anythin like this before.
I like the very positive message it conveys. It's deep without being overy wordy. Many feel like long and fancy words are what makes a poem so successfull and give it it's depth but here you have proved that that is not always true. Even your description is very well put. I'm glad to have found your page on this sight and hungrily look forward to reading more of your word.
i love the way you have reduced it all down to love... how very true. would that everyone felt this way, we could have heaven on earth, couldn't we?!... i think Nan and i are already well on our way!! it seems fairly effortless for us these days. much love, !Cat (and Nan--she's writing a poem right now...)
The simplicity of reductionism is a vital link to love. Some say it is a mantra, vast and gleaming waves of spiritual wealth that Noah once knew as the ocean. Now it is invisible, the waters that wash us in ecstacy are simply called love. I tell big stories, and hope everyone believes me. This is a big story squashed down to fit inside any number of vortex apertures called brains...love, what a concert! mmmm, I like! Nan