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 has been writing poetry since 1968. He is a contemplative, retired Pastoral Counselor and Family Mediator.
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