<p class="has-drop-cap has-text-align-left has-normal-font-size" value="<amp-fit-text layout="fixed-height" min-font-size="6" max-font-size="72" height="80">To me, this poem expresses the many forms of love, and what love is. The poem illustrates how it can be thick and thin. It’s crazy and it's deep. Love is a way of being alive, and it's so many different things. It's also normal and sane, and it's higher than the sky. But the most important part is that it can never die. The poem is filled with comparisons that contrast, which strikes at the human emotion of feeling love. I don't think love is ever easy or clear cut, which is why I think the poem was written in a slightly confusing way. The poem is difficult to describe. It's describing multiple feelings within one, rather than just one itself.
love is more thicker than forget more thinner than recall more seldom than a wave is wet more frequent than to fail it is most mad and moonly and less it shall unbe than all the sea which only is deeper than the sea love is less always than to win less never than alive less bigger than the least begin less littler than forgive it is most sane and sunly and more it cannot die than all the sky which only is higher than the sky