When we say love makes us complete
That’s not a lie, not a bit
It’s the light that makes heart warm
Brings out its amazing charm
Staying invisible discreet!
As ice melts with touch of heat
Coldest hearts melt with love’s heat
Surrendering to its sweet arm!
When we say love
Is pure as the morning light
That shows up after dark night
And bathes the world with light warm
Fills up heart with sweetest charm
And soul fills with sweet delight
When we say love!
The rondeau is a form of verse also used in English language poetry. It makes use of refrains, repeated according to a certain stylized pattern. It was customarily regarded as a challenge to arrange for these refrains to contribute to the meaning of the poem in as succinct and poignant a manner as possible. The rondeau consists of thirteen lines of eight syllables, plus two refrains (which are half lines, each of four syllables), employing, altogether, only three rhymes. It has three stanzas and its rhyme scheme is as follows: (1) A A B B A (2) A A B with refrain: C (3) A A B B A with concluding refrain C. The refrain must be identical with the beginning of the first line. It sums up to a fifteen line poem mostly.