A DEDICATION TO MY HUSBAND
by Nicole Weaver
Thursday, July 09, 2009
Rated "G" by the Author.
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My husband is the most awesome person I know. I thank God every single day for him.
To whom I owe my love and trust
you have shown me what true love is
Every passing day
we walk in unison not
allowing life's challenges
to wither away the special feeling
embe dded deep in our hearts and souls
Yes! you still make my heart
sing joyous melodies
Yes! no peevish moment shall
chill what began twenty-six years ago
Yes! no sullen sun shall
set a dark shadow on
what began back in 1983
Yes! today I dedicate these words
not only for your eyes
but for the whole world to witness and to
help us celebrate the true joy of ETERNAL LOVE!
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|Reviewed by Joyce Bell
|GOD BLESS YOU, NICOLE...YOU HAVE WRITTEN A AWESOME TRIBUTE TO YOUR HUSBAND THAT IS FILLED WITH THE LOVE AND PRIDE OF AN ADORING, GRATEFUL WIFE...WHAT A BEAUTIFUL CONTRAST TO THE 'WORLD'S WAYS'. ENJOYED. BLESSINGS TO YOU AND YOURS AND THANKS FOR SHARING.
JOYCE * HIS INSPIRATIONS
|Reviewed by Richard Orey
|Always has it been that we should admonish in private and praise in public. You have shared with us the truth of this in your heartfelt "A DEDICATION TO MY HUSBAND."
He is, indeed, a fortunate man. But it's not all by chance for didn't he pick you?
(For those of you so inclined, I invite you to share the postings of "My Nubile Fawn and Me" and "I Was Made for You" and a few others on my AD site.)
Congratulations, Nicole. "Eternal Love" does not come by accident.
|Reviewed by Edwin Hurdle
|This is such a beautiful poem in dedication to your soulmate.I hope he reads this poem with a big smile on his face.You 2 are lucky to have each other.He is a bless man to have someone as loving as you are.God bless the both of you in your marriage for years to come.take care
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|A fine ode to true love, Nicole; would that all relationships could live this. Thank you. Love and blessings to you,
|Reviewed by Lori Moore