Ripe & Ready for Infusion

The best place for love well spent is in new creations investment
Time learning in education can bring on the ideas for entertainment
The hearts desire never stops with just one kiss for loves involvement
Except when it's false and a moments satisfaction is finally reached
And one backs away from the connection looking at it as impeached

This a good time to think on ones path and makings in a re-evaluation
For when the gold is placed in heat it's a form maker for evolution
The most grand and beautiful things are made bought for relocation
Love too can be grand if placed in the best proper useful combination
But if it drops in to the wrong place, it can be as lava in an eruption

There is a time to decide not to play with fire for your bemusement
But to hold your composure in order to hang onto your raiment
As in love this can be lost as the same on some kind of intoxicant
There's nothing more embarrassing than to be caught like naked
So let no camera shoot you in films unless you are there to make it

When thinking upon an involvement research as for an investment
Match your talents, skills, dreams, goals, income for encampment
For the combination of certain peoples talents deliver employment
Into new realms in need of change yet though have not yet dawned
There's a time to let all go and place valuables there to be pawned

The value thrown into the love of a new creation, valued compliment
To let go of what is old as needed to break time, an infringement
Building the best loving relationship, you need real involvement
For the craziest love can also give birth to an amazing eruption
Of what has never been seen before ripe and ready for infusion
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Submitted on February 02, 2013

Modified on March 08, 2023

1:33 min read

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Characters 1,645
Words 307
Stanzas 5
Stanza Lengths 5, 5, 5, 5, 5

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