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What Love Is



Love is a fruit
Of a tree that is life.
It can either be bitter or sweet,
Or both.
Love is a bridge
For two.
Three makes it dangerously uncrossable,
Otherwise it falls.
Love is a line (straight,
Crooked and broken).
It can be bold or light,
Or--imaginary.
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Submitted on May 02, 2011

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