Megna Kalvani


Three Little Words.


Far beyond that river;
Far beyond where the mountains stand;
Far beyond the long vast ocean shores;
Lies a distant land.

There stands a pillar,
Scribing words, oh so prime.
Engraved deep with sorrow,
Three little words;
So simple,
So hollow,
That I wonder if they are worthy
To you.
For you.

Three little words
Fill my eyes with tears;
Tears of joy;
Tears of yesterday.

Three little words
So strong;
Yet meek.

Three little words
That make any gray day - blue.
And my world upside down
Three little words
Not so little after all,
Beholding the power to break and mend us all.

Three little words
So now you have guessed
Is
'I Love you'
After all, some thing's don't change at all.

Submitted: Sunday, June 20, 2010
Edited: Monday, August 25, 2014
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Topic(s): life


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