Love in Ten Sentences.


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I’ve seen some posts with the title Love in Ten Sentences and I realise that it is an event from blogger Haiku Journey where nominees are asked to provide:

A poem of ten lines,

Four words each,

Each line including the word love,

And then include a favourite love quote.

I thought I’d like to have a go but I would rather not nominate a further ten to fifteen other bloggers as I believe we are all busy in our own ways and I don’t want to pester anyone. (I hope this is ok with everyone?).

But please, have a go anyway… 🙂

So, ten lines, four words each, each line including the word love, and then include a favourite love quote.

Hopelessly injured in love

 Love is drowning blissfully

Sea is infinite love

 Love is eternal mystery

Colour rewards our love

Love our island home

Creatures share our love

Love the darkness gone

Birds soar in love

Love shifting and gifted

And my quote:

“He has married me with a ring, a ring of bright water 

Whose ripples travel from the heart of the sea.”

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Kathleen Raine’s poem The Marriage of Psyche

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