Love Does Not Hurt©

Before-word: There’s a difference between accepting someone with and in spite of their faults and accepting their bad attitude or abusive behavior. Love is meek but in its quiet-gentle-submissive nature there is NO room for abuse.

Loving you

Accepting you

All of you completely

In your quirkiness, your shortcomings, your flaws and all

Leaves no room for

Abuse with words or actions

In love there is meekness, kindness, gentleness, patience and there’s even forgiveness

In love there is NO HURT

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All forms of violence is unacceptable. Violence against women and girls—purely on the basis of their gender—must stop now. #IStandWithHer

This is also my contribution to The Daily Spur word prompt, today’s word is abused and Fandango’s One Word Challenge, today’s word is meek.

Thank you for journeying along.

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In creative solidarity, Dee

17 thoughts on “Love Does Not Hurt©

    1. My dear Natalie, how did I miss your comment. Your thoughts are spot-on. I’ve heard women say if he doesn’t hit me he doesn’t love me. The miseducation, tolerance, acceptance and normalization of abuse is shocking. Thanks for enriching the conversation. Cheers, Dee


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