Love in Ten Sentences

Many thanks to Sylvia Fitzgerald for nominating me for this challenge! Please check out her intriguing, experimental poetry here.

The challenge is to write a poem about love and title it “Love in Ten Sentences.” It must have 10 lines, each 4 words long. Every line must contain the word “love.” At the end of the poem, you must include a favorite quote about love. Then challenge ten other bloggers (even though I’m challenging all of you! <3)

Here’s my poem. I’d love to read yours!

Love a rosy babe
Love like sunlight new
Love ignited, ardor few
Between two in love
Fearsome, storming, demanding love
Swept away, anchorless love
Tides of love to
Swollen coves of love
Love of still waters
Love of paired doves

“The best thing to hold onto in life is each other.” – Audrey Hepburn

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Author: redgladiola

Creative writer happily predisposed to flights of fancy. You can find my poetry and short prose at https://redgladiola.wordpress.com

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