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TITLE: The best kind of love
By Millicent Pat-Nwaoyo
03/26/09
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Love in Christ is the best kind of love. Lets learn to love the right way. Please feel free to critique this poem. I need to learn from you. Remain blessed.
You bring me bouquets of flowers
You play beautiful love tunes to me
You stock my wardrobe with the best designersí
Even spend your last dollar on me
Honey, if you havenít got Jesus
Then, it all means nothing to me

When you speak, you drop pure honey
Your touch is gentle and soothes my soul
Like the touch of the wind while riding my pony
You complete me, you make me whole
But outside JESUS, your efforts are all vanity
For without HIM, my life is an endless well

You are as handsome as Adonis
Your gait is as bold as a panther
Silver and gold adorn your clothes
But even the devil wears prada
Though you are as loving as venus
To me, it really does not matter.

Come, lets walk in Agape together
Though the world is full of pleasure
But with JESUS, there is no measure
Nothing compares to HIS grandeur
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