LOVE. It cannot exist.
They say you fall in love
But falling hurts
Does that mean love is meant to hurt
We are told we need to love
Does that mean we need to hurt
Je t’aime, you say it.
The language of love understands the power of the
To say I love you;
Means more than to say, “I love you so much”
An abstract thought for narrow minded souls
that are convinced telling someone what they want
will lead to the heaven’s gate.
The Lion believed that if he told the Tiger
he cared; she would believe it could work
The King knew he could make her follow his steps
But he did not expect the Tiger to make her own
He would say Jump
And She would say how high
But then they started jumping together.
The king thought he had the power
But he was a blind victim to his arrogance
The fires created by the King and his Queen
Were more powerful than most could handle
The Lion would hold down, bruise and batter as
He felt has omnipotent,
His might had made the Tiger bow down to him as
the king that he is
But this faith in himself was misplaced
He toiled and wooed her with his words and feats
of strength and power
Thinking she felt absolute love for him;
All the while she was setting him up to fall.
The Kings mane had drawn in animals from across
A King never falls, never fails and is never hurt.
The tiger was blind. She did not intend to hurt the
She only wished to LOVE him
The King showed his strength.
The Tiger showed her beauty.
The King said words of love.
The Tiger told of her love.
The King began to fear himself
He feared losing
There is no greater fear than looking into the eyes
of a Lion.
But he was most fearful when lost in Hers .
Fear is the precursor to pain.
It also is the key to happiness.
The King, would not fear, Fear
I Love You.
He bowed to the, Queen.
He had fallen, not into pain
But into Nirvana.