Can you own love?

That’s the issue, someone steals your love, well, can they steal it, someone takes the attention of another, is it real, what does an open heart do, but open, what is a closed heart, one that does not listen, can you own love, well. The strain inside, the comfort that happens, you paint it around a person, but what is it really; it’s the loving spirit you are attracted to, loving spirit, makes you feel good, can you own it, usually, you pass it on, well, this is the affect it has on me, it’s loving. Can you own love, Jesus sighs, imagine the scenario, what is love you ask, Jesus points to the flowers, the water, the happy children, the animals in the field, those in need, the outcasts, then says, you love me, well, go and love what my father in heaven loves, then I will know that you love the Father.

Can you own love, the pillar of support, the one person who wont let you down, who can you rely upon, whom do you trust. The question is posed, the person wonders, who can you depend upon, what is everlasting, who is the go to person in your life, the question goes around the head; not many to trust in, whom can you rely upon, the teacher sighs, the pupils wonder, the bell rings, the class is dismissed, the question will be answered tomorrow, the teacher gathers her bits, home in an hour, a walk, rest, the late evening work, the teacher arrives in the next day, writes the question on the board, can you love love she writes.

You can only pass it on, the teacher writes, just practice it, amen.