Slowly the walls come down
That a thousand traumas built
When you hold me tight
Nothing else seems to matter anymore
With you I am finally happy
All the pain just melts
As I stare into your eyes
Drowning a more times than I can count
In the blue that looks back at me
I breathe you in
Knowing that life broke me a million times
But it was all worth it
Because you are my reward
And I get to spend forever
In your arms
“The Lovestruck Fool” was inspired by absolutely nothing at all. Sometimes a poem just comes to you and not everything has to mean something.
However, writing “The Lovestruck Fool” did get me thinking about something. And that was love. As you probably know if you’ve read any of my other posts, I’m not a big believer in love. In my opinion, that whole “true love” thing isn’t real. Love does exist but it’s not for everyone. And that’s okay. I have loved before and I’m sure I’ll love again. But I’m not really someone who falls head over heels. And I doubt I ever will be.
I rarely write poems like this one. But I think with the wedding and everything my mind may have subconsciously been thinking about love.
I have a very simple yet complicated to ask my readers today. Do you believe in true love? Like soulmates and “the one”- that whole spiel. Let me know in the comments below what your thoughts are on this. Or simply stop by and say hi!
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