I care not for Marriage but I have time for Love.
One’s a corseting of duty; the other easy as a glove.
Marriage is a contract & Love’s a natural force.
One can be so draining & one a power source.
Marriage can be beauty, if partners wed that day.
But I prefer the falling & the being swept away.
Contracts can be sensible & sense in droves I’ve got.
I’ll not reduce ineffable Love to signing on the dot.
Yet grant me a Comrade in Love, permit a fit for me.
If equal we commit our Lives, I’ll say “I do” to thee.