Romance Poetry posted May 19, 2020

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Marriage Anniversary.


by Willie P. Smith

Let's spend some time together,
Just you and me, my dear.
Let's reignite the fire we lit
When our youth was here.

Let's hold each other closely,
As two young lovers do.
Let's make love all night long
and start again when we're through.

Let's take the phone off the hook
And lock ourselves inside.
Let's post the door "do not disturb."
Like the night you became my bride.

Let's put our lips together,
Let's make our feelings clear.
I love you now and forever.
Happy anniversary, my dear.

Love Poem Poetry Contest contest entry



I wrote this for my deceased wife on our 45 Anniversary. Counting the five years she has been deceased, we have been married for 65
wonderful years.
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