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Strange Land



Love is the strangest land
It's that promised land of happiness
That everyone keep talking about
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Love means both beautiful and ugly
It does not discriminate against anyone
In front of a lover's heart
Who cares so much for a person who was
Formerly considered as a stranger
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Love is the bridge that all friends must walk on
This love can easily turn you into a martyr
It can force deaf people to wish they could hear
And the mute to wish he could speak and pour out his heart
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Love is like that stream of calm water
But every time it decides to flood
There will be no one to hold on
Since many people are mostly unprepared for the storm
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Love is full of peace and rage
It's another synonym of freedom - sacrifice is necessary
Another way to fully live your potential
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In the end, love kills, and love saves lives
Love brings peace and causes endless wars
It can either build or destroy everything in its path
Our innocent hearts have been colonised by it.

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Love Poem | © Mwanandeke Kindembo (21st August 2021).

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Written on August 21, 2021

Submitted by King_M on August 24, 2021

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Mwanandeke Kindembo

Mwanandeke Kindembo is a Congolese author of self-help books. His first book is known as What They Asked Me: The Fear of Living and Dying Young. The second book Treatise Upon The Misconceptions of Narcissism was published in July 2020. His third book is called The Hidden Secret of Quotes. It was published in November 2020, four months after the publication of the treatise on misconceptions of narcissism. Fourth book, Resistance To Intolerance, released in February 2021, the fifth book Sinless was publish in April 2021 and his latest book is called Destiny of Liberty, published in February 2022. Most of his works can be found on the internet by searching his name Mwanandeke Kindembo, on the search engines. Eg. Google Search. Or, by visiting his official site at: https://www.mwanakin.com/ more…

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