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by Nekeisha  Sterling

I whispered the words over and over again
Tasting the sweet fragrance of each syllables
Rolling off my tongue
Like crystal raindrops
Flowing in my veins.

"I love you" were the words
An ancient masterpiece
Older than the sunbeam
That set the oceans on fire
Older than the constellations that
Dance across the night sky.

Yet, to a baby
It?s calm, untouched,
Like the morning mist dripping
From the dandelions

A mother?s first kiss of recognition
"I love you," the taste of sweet remembrance
"I love you," the scent of forget-me-not
"I love you," the miracle of a newborn baby.
I love you, I love you...
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Poem ID: 81409   Poem Posted: 6/17/2005
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