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Mary Evermore
by Robert Louis Arehart

How many Marys can I count,
five or ten or more?
Nay! But one can ever be
'till life doth run it's score.

How will I ever tell her?
By look or deed or word?
My heart can't begin to contain it.
My love must now be heard!

I say with pen, my thoughts again,
for bold I can never be.
By word, or look, or thought, or deed.
I bring my sincere plea.

How many Marys can I count?
Five or ten or more?
Just this one will ever be...
for now and evermore!
        
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Poem ID: 7824   Poem Posted: 4/13/2000
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