Written by Madeleine Tunison, Kennebunk
I believe we all want the same thing.
This fragile outpouring called Love.
A whispered “I Love You”
jumpstarts the human heart and languished soul.
Rumi spoke of Love as “the Cure.”
St. Thomas Aquinas wrote “Love would rather die
than maim a limb, a wing.”
An open heart looks upon the cross and sees
even the Master
with His outstretched hands
thirsts for Love in return.
I believe we were all born to light the darkness
with our mystical wand called
LOVE in capital letters.
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