Malcolm McGill
Malcolm McGill
May 15, 2013

Four uneven walls make their own doorway to heaven
because the gates are resolute in steadfastness and I'm becoming impatient.

Don't wait for someone to fall in love with you.

The above was from my Primer of Love.
To read the entire book please visit:

Beryl Dov Lew's Primer of Love: The Secrets of Making Love Last (Part I, Lessons 1-19)
http://hellopoetry.com/poem/486764/l-s-primer-of-love-the-secrets-of-making-love-last-part-i-lessons-1-19/

Beryl Dov Lew's Primer of Love: The Secrets of Making Love Last (Part II, Lessons 20-33)

Beryl Dov Lew's Primer of Love: The Secrets of Making Love Last (Part III, Lessons 34-41)
http://hellopoetry.com/poem/488552/l-s-primer-of-love-the-secrets-of-making-love-last-part-iii-lessons-34-41/

Beryl Dov Lew's Primer of Love: The Secrets of Making Love Last (Part IV, Lessons 42-50)
http://hellopoetry.com/poem/489033/l-s-primer-of-love-the-secrets-of-making-love-last-part-iv-lessons-42-50/

Beryl Dov Lew's Primer of Love: The Secrets of Making Love Last (Part V, Lessons 51-59)
http://hellopoetry.com/poem/489172/l-s-primer-of-love-the-secrets-of-making-love-last-part-v-lessons-51-59/

Beryl Dov Lew's Primer of Love: The Secrets of Making Love Last (Part VI, Lessons 60-69)
http://hellopoetry.com/poem/490944/l-s-primer-of-love-the-secrets-of-making-love-last-part-vi-lessons-60-69/

Beryl Dov Lew's Primer of Love: The Secrets of Making Love Last (Part VII, Lessons 70-79)
http://hellopoetry.com/poem/491597/l-s-primer-of-love-the-secrets-of-making-love-last-part-vii-lessons-70-79/

Beryl Dov Lew's Primer of Love: The Secrets of Making Love Last (Part VIII, Lessons 80-89)
http://hellopoetry.com/poem/494878/l-s-primer-of-love-the-secrets-of-making-love-last-part-viii-lessons-80-89/

Primer of Love: The Secrets of Making Love Last (Part IX, Lesson 90)
http://hellopoetry.com/poem/666213/l-s-primer-of-love-the-secrets-of-making-love-last-part-ix-lesson-90/

ᏰƐƦሃℓԃᏫሁ ԼƐϖ'ś Primer of Love: The Secrets of Making Love Last (Part IX, Lesson 91)
http://hellopoetry.com/poem/672407/l-s-primer-of-love-the-secrets-of-making-love-last-part-ix-lesson-91/

Time travel
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time_machine
.

I’m trying to shed the memory of you
Not like a light jacket that you can just put on and take off as you please
As the weather changes,
But with all the effort of removing an exoskeleton;
It only comes with time.

I’m trying to shed the very skin that allowed me to love you and to
Question everything.

The scales on my spine reminding me that I have one,
And that I don’t have to be pushed into things

Who am I kidding.

I wasn’t pushed into anything.

I just believed the things I shouldn’t have
And distrusted the things I should.

I'd love to flirt/charm/be proactive,
Meghan Marie
Aug 31, 2010

I'd love to flirt/charm/be proactive,
I find you sweet/funny/attractive,
You're far too absent/distant/out of sight,
I wish you'd come over/call me/write...

proactive part.
nivek
Apr 18

Day rolled out
I rolled over
many times
Then the strength
of day remembered
gently coaxing
Me to rise
filled muscles
and mind
To take more
proactive part.

Proactive not reactive
Pure LOVE
Pure LOVE
Nov 30

Proactive not reactive
To get things done each day
So I am off to get things done
That is the way it must be
Or I will get a big fat ass
Sitting in front of this screen
You know what I mean

: )
That should be a bigger fatter ass
Then you aren't proactive
Robert Purvis
Robert Purvis
Aug 8, 2011

Relativity
Sensibility
If you ain't got perspective
And you ain't reactive
Then you aren't proactive

These words only have meaning
If you make them meaningful

Advice
should be a vice
Get your daily dosage
So in your old age
You can be part of the new age
The thoughts of many
Has wisdom uncanny
If you ain't ready
And you aren't steady
Then you lose yourself
To the crowd

et the rise in his voice shows a seller proactive
Kelley A Vinal

A peddler strolls by and opens his jacket so
Fringed and de-hemmed by years of practice
Each pocket a carrier for emotions held captive
Yet the rise in his voice shows a seller proactive
His face reflected the age of sweet old
To pick and choose, each product seems bold
A timepiece to shimmer with lost-alloy gold
Or perhaps a locket with photographs sold
"To hope is to dream; do not fear or capitulate"
He states so methodically yet his words calmly resonate
"All my items are free, but to you, they are fate,"
To finally feel that they one day will sate

Be proactive and take care
John F McCullagh
John F McCullagh
Dec 8, 2011

When it comes to matters of the heart
it pays to be both wise and smart.
Be proactive and take care
of vulnerable hearts who take Love’s dare.
Perhaps a stress test would be smart
before old Cupid slings his dart.
Be sure your pulse is strong and steady
Not weak and racing and unready
Take Flax seed oil as a precaution,
before you dip into that Ocean
besides the undertow of emotion.
The mermaids that beset your dinghy
may tend to be a little clingy
The sea of love is cold, I’ve found
Tho oft I’ve floundered, I’ve never drowned

A Piffle about love ( A Piffle is a poetic triffle)
to your proactive
Barton D Smock

a mother’s motivational silence
speaks to a jesus
who at this point
has been alive
longer than he lived

-

I am of two beasts
when put in the mind
of my brain’s mirror

-

while doing the same thing
day in and day out
my father suffered
various indignities
commonly associated
with babies
and naked women

-

it is childish
how much time
she thinks I have
to touch everything
in the store

-

no offense
to your proactive
vacationing

but this

this, is dying

 
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