Three Words For You: I Love You - Poem by Hebert Logerie
I pay no heed to the color of your skin, the size
Of your nose or your breasts, the width of your jaws,
And the grandeur or the smallness of your eyes;
May they be brown, gray, green, black or blue.
I don’t give a hoot about your height, your thickness,
The measurements of your body or your roundness.
I quietly have three words for you: I love you;
And I go crazy and berserk without you.
The words and advice of your parents,
For me, have no importance.
As they pass by like the time, like the wind
Lost in the desert of the vagabond.
I love you, I love your personality.
You have the smile of an eternal summer.
I love you because I want to be your lover,
Until the last breath of my eternity.
I cannot find the words to describe;
I cannot paint your charming smile.
I'm almost speechless in front of you, my masterpiece.
You know how to capture my heart like an octopus.
I love you, not for goods, for nothing, for no reason,
Without imagining, thinking and dreaming of another season.
I have three words that I’ll grumble forever: I love you,
I love you, and I love you; yes I sin and I love you.
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