Love approach



Swing low Sweet chariot
Coming for to carry me Home
(ancient call to heaven)

Love approach Simplistic empathy fueled
Reentry focused and directed

In healing grace in a prayer song
 A life study in restoration

Of those in the greatest need Of a divine seed   
Straight from the heart of all creation    

A loving dose Of Instantaneous sanity  
A particle of blind faith A token of payment

Of those whose Service is true to heart  
Those whose valor is assured

In some lost hope Of saving humanity
From a fate Of false pride and indifference

Self-serving destroyers of creativity
Setting the stage reverse engineer The cure d'jour   

Those destined to suffer A fate worse than hate   
Trapped in endless cycles of pain and death   

Shallow lives fed by anti-matter
Suffering the falsehood Of a chosen fate willfully

Lured, by greed A mistaken sense of alter -ego
Embraced by static Mind numbing routines

Coming in endless waves of chaos and waste
A catastrophic cascade Of strong emotion

From overfilled vats of useless waste
With no pain and tears
 
For the goodness, displaced...   
So bring on the soul restorers Spiritual warriors  

What is this thing called love
Making the most resolute man and woman

Break down in passionate fear This choosing
One of many Which gives our hearts wings

Of new beginnings, of happy endings
This losing love thing

Taking our former to the latter
To change So swiftly To the very edge its scary

Some random event Tricks our sense of being
Tears apart all sense of order

Rearranges perspectives Changes life direction
Fuses our most discrete perspectives

Releases out past connections
Reroutes priorities Add such rich dynamic fusion

Turning points of contact into new dimensions
Rendering past routines Obsolete

Making of our every living moment
A continuation of A new order of being

With every effort Towards our goal
Our favorite recurrent dream

On our favorite team
Our heroic battle

So much not Like A club
A chain reaction

This thing
called Love   

C2


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Written on 2006

Submitted by Charles2 on October 16, 2023

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Scheme XXA XX XA XA BC XX BX BX XX DB XX EA EX EX FA GH HG DB GD AX IA IX CG XJ JX XA GF F
Closest metre Iambic pentameter
Characters 2,052
Words 387
Stanzas 28
Stanza Lengths 3, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 1

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