Bernard F. Asuncion
One Heartfelt Swear - Poem by Bernard F. Asuncion
P-romises are not made to be broken, for they wait for fulfillment;
O-ath said in formality carries a serious content.
L-ies cannot fix or repair the damage done to the truth;
A-vowed pledge plays big, one will surely reap its fruit.
N-o agreement is not a covenant, sworn statement is sincere;
G-uarantee makes one believe, letting his fears disappear.
U-ntrue terms and conditions create disgust, hate or anger;
I-n concord, honesty stands, harmony needs one heartfelt swear.
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