Love Compared

by Daniel Milano   Sep 18, 2009

Perched on a stool,
Thoughts flowing steady,
Relaxed in school,
With a mind so ready.

I am calm,
Simply pondering a question,
Is love like a teacher,
Or more like the lesson?

Love is versatile,
Many colors it can wear,
Subtle thoughts are drifting,
What else can I compare?

Love is a voice,
Sometimes so loud, It's rude,
Love is a window,
With two sides in which it's viewed.

Love's a thrilling ride,
My favorite roller coaster,
Love is like binoculars,
If used right, it brings people closer.

Love is awesome,
It is lurking everywhere,
Can you help me think,
Of to what love can be compared?


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  • 8 years ago

    by Dreamofolwin

    A wonderful poem. :) Great rhyming and flow throughout, and so well written and expressed. . I loved it! You're quite a writer ;) A great job!

  • 8 years ago

    by Sylvia

    I agree with Kay, I like the way you compared love to objects and things. The rhymes did not sound forced, the cadence/flow was good, idea was communicated very well and the ending gives the reader something to think about. Well done.

  • 8 years ago

    by Daniel Milano

    Yeah lol i figured i spelled it wrong, I was going to spell check it but I didn't have the time

  • 8 years ago

    by Dixiedaisy

    Very nice poem of the many different things that love can be compared to. I thought it was nice touch to add a question at the end of the poem. However, you spelled binoculars wrong. That is the only minor adjustment that would need to be made in my opinion. Otherwise a very nice write and much enjoyed.

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