Love Is Not Made Of
A short love poem describing love. The first part of the poem describes what love is not made of and the second half is all about what love is made of.
Love Is Not Made Of...
Poetry from Chambers' Journal
Love is not made of kisses, or of sighs,
Of clinging hands, or of the sorceries
And subtle witchcrafts of alluring eyes.
Love is not made of broken whispers; no!
Nor of the blushing cheek, whose answering glow
Tells that the ear has heard the accents low.
Love is not made of tears, nor yet of smiles,
Of quivering lips, or of enticing wiles:
Love is not tempted; he himself beguiles.
This is Love's language, but this is not Love.
If we know aught of Love, how shall we dare
To say that this is Love, when well aware
That these are common things, and Love is rare?
As separate streams may, blending, ever roll
In course united, so, of soul to soul,
Love is the union into one sweet whole.
As molten metals mingle; as a chord
Swells sweet in harmony; when Love is Lord,
Two hearts are one, as letters form a word.
One heart, one mind, one soul, and one desire,
A kindred fancy, and a sister fire
Of thought and passion; these can Love inspire.
This makes a heaven of earth; for this is Love.
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