Denny Moonde

Veteran Poet - 1,128 Points (November 26th / Livingstone)

I Love You - Poem by Denny Moonde

I love you;
Eight letters three words
One sentence… simple right?
How often do we express it to dear ones?
What emptiness without friendship;
What loneliness’ without it.
I love you;
The hurdles of life can be overcome
If we epitomized the care free nature
Of children playing, faces smiling;
I love you;
Painless existence,
But we are crumbled up.
Emotive destruction
When all, like children;
We could to each other say;
I love you;
Eight letters; three words one sentence.
This is all our world needs.
Hold mine hand let me have yours.
Joined love; Earth a haven of peace.
Why the hate? Why the Rage?
I love you;
Humanity, planet earth bleeds for innocence.
Eight letters three words
Can heal the world.
I love you.

Topic(s) of this poem: humanity


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, November 5, 2015

Poem Edited: Thursday, November 5, 2015


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