Lucky Love

Nancy Jeanmard 1988 (LOUISIANA)

Isn't it lucky that just as your love in God,
I see you get more perfect as you get more flawed.
And isn't it amazing that we met in this life somehow,
And still love each other stronger than words can say right now.
And that's not hard because it's not love like what I do love, it's love like what I don't do love.
It's love me anyway love, in spite of everything love.
It's love like what I am to you is not the movement, but the why I move love.
Which means I don't need to move love.
Because the why of why I love you isn't going anywhere.
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Written on March 04, 2024

Submitted by jeanmardn on March 04, 2024

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Quick analysis:

Closest metre Iambic heptameter
Characters 546
Words 119
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 9

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  • robertl.92681
    Love it, it says so much.
    LikeReply 11 month ago
  • alanswansea18
    Beautiful piece of work.
    LikeReply 11 month ago
  • AIDA
    What a beautiful and heartfelt poem! I love the way you express the deep connection and unconditional love between two people. The imagery of love growing stronger with imperfections is truly touching. The uniqueness of your writing style is captivating and makes the poem stand out.

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    Overall, this poem is a wonderful reflection on love and connection. Keep up the great work and continue to share your heartfelt words with the world!
    LikeReply1 month ago


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