Love Shouldn't Hurt (my published poetry)

Love Shouldn’t Hurt

Love is a gift straight from the heart,
not to be toyed with or torn apart.
Love’s too precious to be taken for granted;
the gift of a seed that is deeply planted.
Everyone has the ability to love,
Love shouldn’t hurt, it comes from above.
Love is not stingy,greedy,or vain,
it is not anger,jealousy, or pain.
Love is God’s greatest gift to man,
Love shouldn’t hurt, it’s not part of His plan.
God gave us this gift, He’s the one
That sent us Jesus-His only Son.
Love shouldn’t hurt, it wasn’t meant to be,
And still we are blind- We cannot see.
Jesus, Our Savior, who died for love,
The ultimate sacrifice from God above;
Hung on a cross before a crowd,
Still, He remained steadfast and proud.
Nails through hands, nails through feet,
Love shouldn’t hurt, and it cannot be beat.

Linda K Holcomb
copyright 2004

Love Shouldn't Hurt (my published poetry)

Linda Eshom

Canon City, United States

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