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Married to thee
by William  Eller

I greet you in the morning
with breakfast in bed.
A bright smile, a gentle kiss
and "I love you", is what I said.

Around noon I call you
to hear your beautiful voice.
(I wish I could pick you up 
in a beautiful Rolls Royce.)
After work I see you
with supper on its way,
we talk and laugh
about our lovely, special day

That evening we walk
alone in the park.
All alone, just you and me,
together in the dark.

Late at night
with you next to me,
I shed a tear
because we are meant to be.
The next morning 
I awake next to you.
Give you a kiss,
and a big hug too.

This process will continue 
day in and day out,
because we are meant to be.
There is no doubt!
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Poem ID: 11379   Poem Posted: 2/16/1999
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