In Love With Love, a poem by S.D. Kilmer at Spillwords.com
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In Love With Love

In Love With Love

written by: S.D. Kilmer

@SDKilmer

 

She rested her head upon my shoulder.
Took her home. We were so in to one another.
I knew then I was in love.

I talked a lot with another.
We had so much in common.
Took her to the basement where we worked.
We were so in to one another.
I knew then I was in love.

The third was golden
The moment we saw one another
We knew then it was right.
A week later I returned.
Sure enough, she was as hot
She heated up the room.
We were so in to one another.
I knew then I was in love.

We were so in to one another.
I knew then I was in love,
with love.
The newness of each was so sweet.
Every woman knocked me off my feet.
Not one of them were viable to last.
I remember them all fondly in the past.

With every woman I’d been with.
We were so in to one another.
And right then I knew.
I was in love with love.
In all of them, no futures.
But I could always fall in love again.
And again I can fall.
Because whoever she is
We’ll be so in to one another.
I know now I will be forever in love
With love.

S. D. Kilmer

S. D. Kilmer

S. D. Kilmer is a frequent contributor to Spillwords. His poems have appeared in literary anthologies variously edited by Steve Lester Carr, Stephen Sutton, Steve Wheeler, Rick Lupert and Robin Barratt. He has also appeared in other online literary eZines and regularly at his website - S. D. KILMER'S EXISTENTIAL LIFE. An Adoptee Survivor, Euro-American of Anglo-Irish roots, an Orthodox Christian, he writes from his hometown in Central New York State.
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