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Though Now We're Older
by Alan Larry Balter

It's been a while, three decades and three
   We were still young, sweet Barbie and me
I loved you then when first we met
   Though now we're older, I love you yet

In the morning you appear with tousled hair
   Another day begins in our love affair
You smile at me and I'm happy then
   Though now we're older, I love you again

Each day with you is precious to me
   You've given me a life I couldn't foresee
My friend, my lover, and my beautiful wife
   Though now we're older, I love you like life

At night we hold each other close
   Until sleep comes to us, almost
"Good night sweet boy" you whisper in my ear
   Though now we're older, I so love you, Dear
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Poem ID: 89429   Poem Posted: 8/19/2017
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