Tameeka Smith

(Norfolk)

A Relationship Built To Last


From the start
A couple must keep this thought
In their hearts
A relationship consist
Of two important parts
The two people who
Are involve are unique
Like a salt and pepper shaker
Both are very different
Yet are always together
A couple must study
One another constantly
Acting if they are
Receiving a degree
Associates, Bachelor's
Master's, Doctorate
Always growing
A relationship takes full commitment
So if one can not do the job
Do not fill out the application
It's a serious situation
It requires dedication
Doing barely isn't enough
Because it's just not enough
One must do more than enough
Treating everyday like
They are just meeting
One another
There will be times
When things get tough
But anything worth
Having won't be easy
And in the end
You both will be happy
Being able to be
With the person
That you love
For all eternity

Submitted: Sunday, December 30, 2012
Edited: Sunday, December 30, 2012

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