Valentine’s Day poem

Poem for Valentine’s Day

Let not our winters be of discontent
Let frost stretch forth its icy fingers, Bind
our lives together, how much have they meant
Two hearts living as one, our lives entwined.
For thirty seven years I’ve lived with you
It feels so short a time I’ve loved you so
The sweet content of lying beside you
Is as much as my heart desires to know
So blow winds blow, your storms shall not make hearts
flinch, Passion’s anchors hold throughout the night
of darkness, love and faith in  inner parts
rely to God to bring us through to light.
What God has given me, should my heart fall
Is Linda, she’s the fairest of them all.

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