Another Love Poem

You speak words that might have been best unspoken,
Perform pieces that would have been best unwritten,
Draw pictures that would have better been left unfathomed,
Preach sermons that would have better been left unsummoned,
Cook meals that would have better been left unseasoned.
For some reason the things you do would have better been left undone,
The songs you sing better been left unsung,
Tales you tell better left untold,
Goods you sell better left unsold,
Cars you drive better left undriven,
And enemies you forgive better left unforgiven,
And misunderstand me not I’m not trying to be cold,
Just saying all is naught if you have no love in your soul.
You may move mountains or make a diamond out of coal,
But all is naught if you have no love in your soul,
And naught can be all if from him whose soul is filled with love.

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