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»When opposites unite«

by Hind Boujghagh, December 12, 2017

The ego, an opposite of love,
The first turns joy into pain,
Needs more  incessant complain,
While the last is magic in the void,
The surrender to fear and pride.

Far too wise to wall away,
In eternal love and respect,
Than stay to witness another,
While they gradually shape the road,
For you to unlove them.

Written: December 2017
Tags: Emotions Growing up Love Memories Passion People Relationships Romantic

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