Stronger than any

Book: Little Woman by Louisa May Alcott

Wondering tears,
happier for it at the end.
A better friend to comfort,
the troubles and temptations of life,
may be many.
Overcome and outlive them.
Feel the strength and tenderness.

Love never change, can never be taken away from you.
Believe this heartily,
with all your little hope,
hold the silence-
the sincerest prayer without words,
learned the bitterness of remorse,
the sweetness of self-control,
led by love stronger than any.


So, this is the blackout poem I was pretty satisfied with and I decided to publish it here, my safest abode. This form of poetry is very satisfying to do since we work on another original piece and create a poem. It’s theraputic. Trust me!

Thank you so much for reading! ❤️

12 thoughts on “Stronger than any

  1. What
    Poetry
    Does Best
    Reducing
    All Words

    Down

    To One
    Feeling Love
    Now For All What

    Poetry Does Best

    Never Forgetting the

    Shadows That Makes Light Possible

    As Without Night No Day And All the

    Etcetera of Dualities

    That Become

    One Love

    DarK Thru LiGHT
    SMiLES Hemalatha
    VerY iNSPiRinG PoeM inDeeD..:)

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