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Love – Hate Poems: Sri Chimnoy

Posted on: 20 June 2007

Hate is often an obverse form of love.

You hate someone whom you really wish to love

but whom you cannot love.

Hate is a disguised form of love.

You can only hate someone that you have the capacity to love

because if you are really indifferent,

you cannot even get up enough energy to hate him
No remedy for black hate?

Who says?
Just love
And love more,
That’s all.





4 Responses to "Love – Hate Poems: Sri Chimnoy"

Been missing yhour poetry choices, Ann. This is both lovely and fitting.

I couldn’t hate Cholo even if I tried REALLY hard.

Why do we always love things that are bad for us?

Yes, something in this … loving … perhaps we are mixed up with emotional love … and real love … which is compassionate, selfless.
“Even after all this time the sun never says to the Earth,”You owe me.”Look what happens with a love like that;it lights the whole sky.
Have a wonderful weekend Ann.

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