True Love

Trying to Find It?

When you find it, it will be the easiest thing in the world to do. It will be so easy you wont even realize your doing it.

First Kick the Tires

If you have to ask what it is, you don’t have it yet. Oh you might think you have it but will it pass a trial test. Like buying a car lets first take it for a trial spin. Yes when you drive a beautiful car it rides like a dream and gives you all the joy you think you need. But how long will the dream last? Probably till the first sign it’s not perfect. Maybe it will start with a little rattle and then the dream begins to fade and alas all you have is just a car. Now it doesn’t please you any more and you wish you had never purchased it.

You'l Know When It Happens

So what went wrong? We thought we had it but it didn’t last. Only it will last the test of time. It is not a replica it is the real thing. It will last you a lifetime. It will always smell, look and feel good no matter how it changes with time. It will look the same no matter how old it becomes.

It Changed Me

When I found it I didn’t know what it was; but I did know I wanted it in my life. It was user friendly and always was available when I needed it. I didn’t require it to be in my presence, because even when it was gone it was still with me.

Love Is Your Best Friend

It had the power to heal me when I was sick and never left my side till I was well. It told the doctors what to do and monitored their every move. It raised its voice when it had to and wouldn’t stop until they all listened.

It Becomes Me

It is the light at the end of the tunnel. Its brighter then the sun and makes me warm when I’m cold. Its tells me when I’m wrong yet never stops loving me. It is all things to me. It will never ask me to change myself; it accepts me just the way I am.

It Will Be Love, When You Find It

If it isn’t working for you maybe you have the wrong it. Excepting the wrong it, will not make it. Only an it is an it. It of course is true Love. That’s my Story and I’m Sticking to It.

Don L. Terrill

photo by Paul Keleher