Just my Heart Loves You

Poem by: King Roger

Summary

Love is always unique for each individual. Some love for pleasure, some for happiness, some to avoid loneliness. They all have their purpose. But love in the end is just comes from heart.

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Submitted: November 04, 2012

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Submitted: November 04, 2012

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Just my Heart Loves You

 

None but my heart adores you

‘cause my five senses are quick to judge

Oh, world is jealous of my love’s trudge

 

My eyes are glad to see my love grow

Ears rhythms with her voice

The touch so intimate for its choice

 

All my senses are in some way,

Engaged in her fondness.

Celebrate they of this closeness

But they all hinder my tender heart’s love.

All the time in selfishness 

 

Pain’s what love presents,

The troubles that come along,

I consider my gain.

For she who brings all the glee so long,

Also gives me pain.

 


© Copyright 2016 King Roger. All rights reserved.

Just my Heart Loves You Just my Heart Loves You

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Genre: Romance

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Love is always unique for each individual. Some love for pleasure, some for happiness, some to avoid loneliness. They all have their purpose. But love in the end is just comes from heart.

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