For this Two-for-Tuesday prompt:
Write a love poem and/or...
Write an anti-love poem.
(I share this song repeatedly because I love it)
Love in blood-veiled glory, bowed
Did not fall or fail
Gave His life, though, loud the crowd
Mocked and scorned Hope’s Grail
Love in utter Mercy groaned
It is finished, then
With his dying breath atoned
Fallen sons of men
Love in glorious triumph rose
Scorned death's lowly tomb
For no burial could enclose
Love in kind compassion waits
To rend Yonder Veil
Too many outside the gates
Where love did not fail
© Janet Martin
2 Peter 3:9
The Lord is not slow in keeping his promise, as some understand slowness.
Instead he is patient with you, not wanting anyone to perish,
but everyone to come to repentance.