Love's Lullaby

Posted on: Feb 18, 2022

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Love's Lullaby: Poetic Reflections on the Complexities of Love

Love is wicked and sometimes good.
It's good to fall in-love,
But it's also bad to do so.

Love can be a burning sensation
To the heart.
And also a blazing madness
To the soul.

If you try to fall in-love
Think wisely,
Cos you just might fall
In-love with the wrong person.

Oh love,
You are sometimes heartless
And sometimes cruel.
Sometimes I wish
I had never fallen in-love.
You ask me why,
I'll tell you why.

It makes you feel abnormal for one week,
Crazy the next,
And then madness follows.
After that you see the person
Walking away and you say
Oh! She isn't worth loving
Ah! He isn't worth a try.


"Love's Lullaby" is a profound poem that delves into the complexities of love. It acknowledges that love is a two-sided coin, bringing both joy and challenges.

The poem vividly describes the intense emotions that accompany falling in love, as well as the unpredictable and sometimes ruthless nature of love. It also reflects on the aftermath of a failed relationship and the regrets that may follow.

"Love's Lullaby" beautifully captures the rollercoaster of emotions that love can evoke, leaving the reader to ponder the intricacies of the human heart.

Note: This summary was generated with the assistance of AI, based on the poet's guidance and insights into the poem's inspiration and meaning.

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