Love lives here

Leave your weapons at the door, you don’t need them anymore

Have no fear, love lives here

No more guns and no more knives, no more taking people’s lives

Have no fear, love lives here

We are all different, that’s okay, we all hurt and we all feel pain

Have no fear, love lives here

You have a story that’s meant to share, please don’t think that we don’t care

Have no fear, love lives here

If you’ve been hurt and you’ve been wronged, we are here to say it’s not your fault

Have no fear, love lives here

If you have anger you scream and shout, when you don’t feel heard you may lash out

Have no fear, love lives here 

If you feel guilt or you feel shame, love will take away your pain

Have no fear, love lives here 

If you feel stuck and you can’t let go, there is someone you need to know

Have no fear, love lives here

If you sick of being messed about, you might feel trapped like you can’t get out

Have no fear, love lives here

You may think that you don’t deserve, that’s a lie it’s not the truth

Have no fear, love lives here

There’s no need to be afraid of mistakes you may have made

Have no fear, love lives here

You might think that we are strange, so help us blow the winds of change

Have no fear, love lives here 

If you’re not where you want to be, come on in, let love set you free

Just leave your “weapons” at the door

Have no fear, Love really does live here 🙏

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About God’s Girl1

Hello I write about what I know and I just try to let the words flow from my heart and soul. I have one of those minds that never switches off and because my poems are pretty simple I find the process very therapeutic and releasing for my mind too.

5 thoughts on “Love lives here

  1. suzette portes san jose

    IN GODS FEARING WORLD NO ONE IS WRONG…IN HIS KINGDOM WE ARE WELCOMED AND FEAR NOT FOR THE LORD IS WITH US …HIS WILL IS OUR WORLD …LEAVE EVERYTHING BEHIND AND BRING YOUR SOLEY SOUL…

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  2. amitapaul

    A warm core of acceptance and comfort gives this poem the feel of a pair of arms stretched out by a living person to embrace all humanity with all its faults and foibles

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