Thin line between love and hate

By Nolad Senoj


It was just the other day

By my dismay

That I learned of the term love

Used by the one above

When speaking of His creation

Used in this nation

As just another term

To some as a germ

It tears us humans apart

It gives diseases to the heart

We use it not knowing the power

Not knowing how sour

It can leave us

We must,

Therefore refrain

And maintain

That there is a line between love and hate

And it is rather thin I must state

The same person that can say I love you

Will tell you that they hate you

Even in the prime of a relay-tion-ship

It seems a race, journey and trip

All put together

But never

Will one admit?

Or permit

The line between love and hate is thin

If you argue I still will win

The odds say I am right

More single parents in my sight

More divorces than before

And love and hate seems forever more

I speak from experience

And it makes sense

Had three friends that showed me

And as you can see

You already know it

They turned me in a poet

I have become sensitive

But not negative

They used love and abused it

And took my love and used it

Spent time with all three

No benefit to me

As much as they said I love you

It was the one I hate you

That was put in action and word

It may seem absurd

But that line is thin to me

As I get on my other knee

For them I pray

That they may

Learn there is a thin line between love and hate

And from this date

They will use the word love only when they mean it

Because it causes more pain than gain

It is not just the phrases

But the stages

And audience we have when we speak

Look on the highest peak

Only the true and faithful get there

You must be true to yourself to be true to others

And that is advice to my sisters and brothers



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