The Lazy Heart

by Stephen Paden

We are different when we emerge from love
We are never the same
The laughs and smiles might seem familiar
The mannerisms and behaviors
Just a mask of our disdain

We are different when we leave the house
We are never the same
The clouds and sky are still familiar
The shapes and contours, lights and colors
Just keeping adding to the pain

We are different when we leave the world
We are never the same
The earthly glow is still familiar
The moon and stars and celestial glimmer
Meteors that shine like rain

We are different when love returns
But love is always the same
The lazy heart begins to flutter
The moment when you finally meet her
A love once lost is found again

2 thoughts on “The Lazy Heart

  1. The world as a cycle of relationships is a real genuine series of stone markers. From mother and to father; and from father to athletics and knowledge and selfreliance. Yet again to greater understandings and self-esteem and empathic lusts culminating in the admirations of gender.

  2. Life then becomes, but a continuous labor – in the growth and of a complex, overlapping decision selection pattern of far reaching socio-centric parallel emergance.

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