Love, in 10 Sentences


I was chosen by Ameena to write a post on “What is Love in Ten Sentences”. And the twist- each sentence must be composed of four words. Then write done your favorite quote on “Love”.

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Love in Ten Sentences:

Love’s not only care.

Love’s present every where.

Love’s not only fight.

Love’s together putting right.

Love’s not only madness.

Love’s also sharing sadness.

Loves’ not only bounded.

Love’s being always surrounded.

Love cannot be defined.

Love can be loved.

 

My favorite Love quote:

Every love story is beautiful. But ours is my favorite.

 

Good things are to be passed on. So, i here by nominate the following bloggers to spread “love”. The task is to write in ten sentences about what is love and each should be composed of four words. Then sum it up with your favorite love quote.

1. Unbolt

2. The Exceptional Everyday

3. Scattered Thoughts

4. The Hut Owner Blog

5. The Mission to Mars

6. The Wayward Warrior

7. Poetry and Idealism

8. VoiceURMind

9. I am a Girl I can do This

10. Saneh Pandey

11. India and Indians

12. Living the Dreams


Tagging for the daily post prompt:Ten

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46 thoughts on “Love, in 10 Sentences

  1. Awwww, i am literally grinning from chin to chin as i read this. Yours is too beautiful for words, and i must say, that was Fast! It took me weeks to get mine, hahaha. I am so glad i decided to open WordPress just nw and read yours.

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  2. What a beautiful Love poem Prakash……
    I am grinning ear to ear after reading it.
    And I love your quote…..that is how I felt about my Husband Paul (the Quadriplegic). Our love story was my favorite too!
    Thank you for sharing your words with us…
    Sherri-Ellen 🙂

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  3. Writing poetry is a 2 part practice. We write & we admire the words for ourselves. Each poem is like a new child.
    Then to let others read our poetry & admire our words is the 2nd part where our ‘children’ (the poems) are appreciated!

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