Love Poems About Sufferance or Sufferance Love Poems
by Paula Larson |
Categories: faith,


Tempests rising in contralto's wing,
a voice that costs me all I am
is sin's and its resolve, the tool of men
that wielding hold Faith's honor in their fling!

And that I see this scourge in one I love
I can't but risk my Spirit through this drove,
of narrowing my space, the conscience less
as when I ask for truth am given stress!

But of my life hereon this Earth I gain
but sufferance cure a trust with thee remain
as giving all of self to thy abstain
I find your Soul in Him, my love ...again!

by Anais vionet |
Categories: angel, desire, forgiveness, heaven, love, teen,

songs of angels

Do angels, those exchequers 
of heaven’s golden shores,
have hearts or humor 
as they focus on us with 
their greedy, eternal attention?

They must be well-acquainted
with vice and the offending elements 
of our ingrained, mortal weaknesses.

I’ve read those frampold canaries 
- at man’s creation - coveted the gift 
of choice, cruelly denied them - freedoms 
that can corrupt the weak and too human.

How do those singers of exquisite songs 
still find worthy peers to invite home 
unless they pity, forgive or grant 
endless sufferance which must, 
at least in practice, resemble love.