Lovelia-48

LOVELIA- 48

As you treat yourself so you will be treated by the Lord

Then why are you so cruel and severe to yourself?

You bear beauty, a heart so myriad, a mind so spotted

Though I’m betrayed well

Treat thyself well and live 

And let the world be paid what is due

Dispense them with your dearest one

And let him be the worth owner of thy worth beauty

What is the price of beauty-

If fades away unnoticed, unenjoyed.

Lovelia, don’t kill, don’t be so much cruel

If you can love and extinct death. 0 0 0

(This poem ‘Lovelia-48’ originally belongs to the poetry book entitled Lovelia, a sequence of love poems by Menonim Menonimus)

Lovelia-48

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