Leonard Dabydeen


Three Little Words


Three little words
so full of sweetness
like honey overflowing
on my teaspoon;

Three little words
wrap around my mind
playing hockey
when sunshine is blooming;

Three little words
make music in my ears
when I say them to you
more the merrier;

Three little words
are not afraid of you
big or small
only one or too many;

Three little words
wash away all doubts
in your poker game
of life and living;

Three little words
put smiles on your face
no global wound forgotten
in a passage of time;

Three little words
I will say to you
no matter what you do
when dark clouds hover;

Three little words
you will say to me
when hopes and dreams
are fading in the wind;

Three little words
you and I know
changes everything
and no stones unturned;

Three little words
make our undertakings
free of cost
if money is not everything;

Three little words
beautiful and pure
each separate or connected:
I LOVE YOU...

Submitted: Sunday, September 05, 2010
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