Crazy in love

I fell in love
with a retard
in my neighborhood.
She was unique,
gentle and pure.
Society said her mind
wasn’t right
but in her eyes
I could see
a perfect woman
and with her touch
she sent me to heaven.

She was an angel
with no wings
a genius with no invention;
I believed all her babbles
for even though they made no sense
they were genuine and humble.

Despite how strong
our love seemed
the love teachers
couldn’t understand
how a man of my caliber
will fall for a retard;
but then again
they agreed love is a mystery
that only the heart understands.

With that established
my love for her
waxed stronger
as she sent me
to higher heavens.

Submitted for Thursday Poets Rally.

27 thoughts on “Crazy in love

  1. Greetings:

    Hope that you have had a great Merry Christmas.

    Thanks for the delightful support along the way,

    Happy New Year.

    Share a piece of your poetry today at our poetry party today if you could.,

    Have fun!

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    Cheers.

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  2. Hello, you win perfect poet award for week 56, hope that you have enjoyed it.
    It has been a delightful experience with you supporting Thursday Poets Rally, we have enjoyed your presence and talent very much, thumbs up!
    fabulous poetry along the way, keep those gems coming.
    Always, you are more than welcome to join our biweekly rally.
    Happy Holidays!
    smiles.
    xoxox

  3. Geesh! I was all over the place but the experience of this piece was cohesive. I can’t figure out how you did it but good job, nice work.

  4. Retard is a word in the UK that is no long politicaly correct and one that I believe harbours images of a person with no sense or feeling, incapable of emotions.
    I am so glad, that despite the use of that word, you paint a completely different picture.

  5. She was unique,
    gentle and pure.
    Society said her mind
    wasn’t right
    but in her eyes
    I could see
    a perfect woman
    and with her touch
    she sent me to heaven.

    lovely love lines, your words tickle me.
    smiles.
    πŸ™‚

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About Lord Emmanuel

Creative Writing. Philosophical Poetry