Syntax vs Love

Fri, 08/09/2013 - 22:24 -- annaban


syntax is:

a harmonious arrangement

lost when it is writer, the by 

it harsh is noises. just like sounds


love is:

a harmonious arrangement

Unlike grammar, it can not be "corrected".

and although it can be hard to read

the rules apply same not do,


love is:

an orchestra of souls and hearts

that play in unique tunes

on frequencies that pens nor words nor ears

that even philharmonic pros

could ever hope to hear (alone)

Guide that inspired this poem: 



I absolutely love the concept of this poem, comparing two often analyzed ideas that are rarely considered in the same space. However, I am a bit confused on some of the wording, specifically "lost when it is writer, the by / it harsh is noises" and "the rules apply the same not do." I'm guessing these are typos of some sort? If I'm wrong, please correct me. Otherwise, this is a great piece, especially the last stanza.

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