Christine Lockehart

I Love You - Poem by Christine Lockehart

Three of the most vigorous words
That cannot merely be descibed,
But expressed
Through art, music, nature
Even a simple smile will suffice
But whether or not to speak these words
From pure lips
Is beyond my comprehension
I dare not mutter
For with each syllable
Results a consequence
Be it moral or be it not
A phrase spoken too often
Yet not spoken enough
Use it with caution
For once said
You cannot return
Said potent enough to tame the strongest of souls
And heal the most broken of spirits
A weapon of purity

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Poem Submitted: Friday, August 27, 2010

Poem Edited: Thursday, September 2, 2010

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