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Love Must Be Invitation To Pain

A Poem from the novel
"The Essence of Poetry II:Gerald's Sophomore Yet Grown Poetrybook"
Written by: Gerald L. Ingraham


Everytime that I fall for someone
I either get used or rebuffed so badly
When the pain was not to have begun
To take an influence all over me so sadly.

Many times, I woundered while confused.
Why was it me who suffered such agony
After getting emotionally hurt and abused?
Why did I stand for all the bad to me?

It is not like I loved those
Who possessed only a beauty of no limits.
I have too fallen for a look which opposed
Those of higher radiance each two minutes.

I am not so haughty of things that I do.
I have been only proud one thing
And it is not failure to encounter a love so true
For which I shall not sing.

I believe that love must be an invitation to pain,
Because each moment I fall, I get hurt.
Please forgive if it is sounds insane,
But often, I feel lower than a load of dirt.

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