Hello People, I’m back with another poem πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ I’m a sparse poet! This is about how we find ourselves attracted to people so different from us. Read and I want your comments

She was white. I was black.
She was light skinned. I was hyper menalin.
She was quiet. I was noisy.
She was jovial. I was docile.
She loved cats. I loved dogs.
She was short. I was tall.
We were so different and so unsimilar
We could hardly agree on any topic

We were always fighting and making up after
We were the most uncommon combo
I thought we needed to break it off to save our sanities
But black and white looks good on photos doesn’t it?


20 thoughts on “Monochrome Love – Poetry

  1. My kinda love πŸ™Œ! With differences you learn that there is beauty in literally everything and you become more open minded. They’re into cats, you are into dogs – that alone can spark a very interesting conversation and you might end up being a cat person too πŸ˜„. Beautiful poem mister Deshi πŸ’•πŸ’•


  2. Haha…this is cute though. I wouldn’t want it any other way. Me who likes to pick fights like thisπŸ˜‚…Why would I want to be with a copy of myself? Even I know that “myself” is too much for me to handleπŸ˜‚. Started my Saturday morning on this note!


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