I love You
It’s said so frequently; so easily, its meaning gets totally depleted;
So romantic, but without correct action; its purpose is defeated.
I love you, so passionately sweet, so movingly breath-taking from you;
Appropriately and complementary actions makes its’ meaning so true.
I love you; emotionally stimulating, if you actually really do;
My baby, my sweetheart, my love is especially for you.
I love you, from the very first day that I was conceived;
To the first day that I beheld your beauty; and believed.
I love you, from the first time our eyes interlocked and I said it;
To the first time our hearts divinely entwined and our futures knit.
I love you, I know it; I feel it, I live it, daily and continually;
From acquaintances, friends, best friends, to holy matrimony.
I love you, overwhelmer of my soul; captivator of my heart;
To you, I’m fully attached; from you I will never be torn apart.
By: Dion Penville
Copyright © Dion Penville | Year Posted 2019
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