Love Feels No Burden

Love…
… by itself, is never a burden. To think of it as an encumbrance is possible only when stirred with human failings such as doubt, insecurity, suspicion or deceit. Requited or not: lost or found; lasting or impermanent, love is always for the good.

15th Century Dutch writer Thomas à Kempis
Love is eternalLove feels no burden,
regards not labors,
strives toward more
than it attains,
argues not
of impossibility,
since it believes that it may
and can do all things.
Therefore it avails
for all things, and fulfils
and accomplishes much
where one not a lover falls
and lies helpless.