“Love” with The Vision Blogger, Family, & Friends

“Love is like the wind, you can’t see it but you can feel it.”
― Nicholas Sparks, A Walk to Remember

These awesome poets, who will be featured right here with myself, willingly responded to the call. Some sent what they already had written and others wrote something new and sent it. At first, as I emailed everyone individually. I didn’t give a topic, but I knew, when the idea came about, I wanted to talk about LOVE first. I didn’t want to limit anyone, but the topic was set in stone when at least two of the poets said they were going to write on it. As these poems started rolling in, the more excited I became and knew this was the PERFECT topic for our first round. Love is universal. Everyone feels it at some point of time in your life, whether it be as a child, as an adult, while you’re single, married, or divorced. What I’ve learned about love is, everyone doesn’t feel it the same way. Emotions are different. Reactions to receiving and giving it are different. While reading these pieces, through these poets words, I felt that love and pray you feel the same love as well, or at least can relate to feeling it at one point of time. Enjoy.

 

“Amber” By Ann M. Browne

“Paper Dream” By James Newell

“My Apology To Love” By Sheritta Johnson

“The Kaleidoscope Effect” By Kenisha Jones

“Love” By Ego Slayer

“Lost By Love” By Octavia Jones

“A Heart That Loves” By Rhoshonda Adkison

“Love Song” by Laquiesha Duncan

“Mid-Morning Emotions” By Ariel

“Love Don’t Give Up On Me” By Sheritta Johnson

“Love, In A Sense” By The Vision Blogger

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