While astrolling through what locals
Referred to as the 'the wet wood',
As a teenager, my thought related
Prior to when our species existed
That God informed His Word that
He would receive a bride who would
Love Him.
Thus, as male and female, we have
Been endowed at all levels with the
Capacity for love and the need of
Being loved a constitutional aspect
Of our being, the desire for love,
Implies that we can only grow through
Love and loving.
Thus, as human beings it is love which
Ensures our development, blossoming,
Fullness, and completion... Love and
Love alone fulfils us and the concept of
‘Bride’ points towards love and union;
A mutual giving and receiving of love
In love.The one and the only answer to
To our human problems and that of the
Yes, an eternal truth received while enjoying
The natural beauty of the Country Park on the
Fringes of the Irish town of Limavady. A truth
Confirmed by those who believe that the source
Of all is God whose very nature is Love
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Liam Ó Comáin

An Irish poet now living in Derry City but originally from Limavady in County Derry in the north of the Island. more…

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