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What Love should be in an Idealistic sense.

The Art Of Love

In the art of love
One must be concerned
Not with just the painting
But with each gentle stroke
That completes it's beauty
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16 Visitor Comments

JASON
Hey dad is that you i miss you so very much your son. great poem
andriy
very nice I love it
Evelyn
I love your poems, almost like You are reading in my thoughts.
Jo
very nice
Gladys
more poems by Ralph. Please
Barbara d.
i loved it
Gwen
Beautiful and wonderful works. I felt good all over. Gwen
Gladys
he is a fantastic poet. He get a top vote from me
Gladys
It was beautful.
Treena
This poem is straight from the heart and the person who wrote understands what I am going through. It is just beautiful. Thank you!
jerrie
This was a very good poem. Very moving, short but so true right to the heart of the matter
Heather
Only love can share love.
Dee
This poem is from the heart to the heart.
Dixce
This poet has spoken from a bruised heart and definitely touched mine.
Julie
This poem both elequently and perfectly expresses the simple truth about love!
Sara
It's short,very true,and gets to the point and makes A GREAT ONE

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