Whatever your relationship status may be—totally loved up,“it’s complicated,” or terribly single and not seriously searching—Valentine’s Day is the perfect excuse to pick up a lovey-dovey romantic book and really get into the spirit of the holiday, in a literary way.
A prose poetry – the lover calles forth to his soul mate for a love that perseveres.
No matter how perfect love may seem it’ll someday leave and sometimes you have no choice than to say goodbye and just hope that one day you’ll find it in your path again.
This poem was coined using names of characters and events in the very popular TV series—Game of thrones.
Love is undoubtedly humankind’s most exploited subject matter. And yet every year, all year round, the reproduction of “love” in art, literature, music, and a diverse array of many other fields, continues as if the subject, after all this time, has yet to be exhausted.
This work of poetry challenges you to extend a hand of love and kindness to those in need around you. May charity blossom in your heart this day.