Ray Lucero

If I Were To Say I Love You - Poem by Ray Lucero

If I were to say “I love you”
How might you respond?
Would you be indifferent or kind?
Tell the truth…I won’t mind
My ears have heard every answer;
See-thru excuses of duck n’ dodge
Such skillful words that sabotage

Come sit with me, let us reason
For every flower has its season
Bravely delve your truest feelings
Remove dusty layers ripe for peeling

I fully trust that we shall find;
How hurt can cleave hearts in two
How jealousy can make us blind

After there’s no negativity to pursue
When everything we’ve felt is said
There shall be a way for love renew


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, May 9, 2010

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