Posted by Ben Naga
Both sweet and sour
The intermingling flavours
Of love found and lost
Posted on August 23, 2015, in Poetry, Senryu and tagged Loss, Love, Pain, Relationships, Selfishness. Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.
Smartly written. Twisted word that cud
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I love the sound of it. 🙂
It made me chuckle
Chuckle. Another fine-sounding word!
Thank you. 🙂
Finding love is the best part of life. Losing it is the saddest and sweetest. Sweet pain, nothing quite so penetrating a feeling of pain. Even if one knew of the pain to come, it would not stop the wanting to be in love and actually having the complete experience.
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