~ Misleading Disguise ~

~ Misleading Disguise ~

A Poem by Ray
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So full of vows and constant names that never reality it seems to have been...

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So many shapes and words
That hardly it can be recognized
So full of vows and constant names
That never reality it seems to have been

One might say a diversity
Of little or big things
But none of them mean anything
They're all the same, lack of sincerity

Why use bigger words
Why try to say something that can be so simply said
Why say exquisite
When beautiful might suffice

So don't say passionately,
Don't say madly
Don't say truly, deeply
But simply I love you

© 2013 Ray


Author's Note

Ray
I found that too many people use a lot of words to say "I love you" and find it more romantic, or better in some ways (and not only for "love" but for other things too) and that these more emphasized words begin to lose their true meaning. So I just wanted to make people realized how beautiful the words "I love you" are, simple as they are they are full of meaning.

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