© Marie Marshall.
Excellent poem. I couldn’t find what “amare est facere” means, though.
‘To love is to act’
and thank you.
ha…judased..so smart…pondering about the amare est facere as well..but makes also sense without knowing it
To love is to do? Like it. To love is to betray and walk away? OUCH.
Felt this! greatwritingagain… there, that’s the only word for you, M
I’ve been reading these posts from new to older – so my remark that the hallmark is a very enticing concept to me is born of BOTH poems mentioning it.
We call it ‘Doing a Merlin’.
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