Danny Speicher

Rookie - 52 Points (February 26,1982 / Lawrence, KS)

Anniversary Poem by Danny Speicher


Here's to one year... One year that should have been
With all the flowers and poems and such
Oh, what a wonderful celebration
Because we would have made it through so much

Here's to the year, in part, that we did have
The history of memories and laughs
And, all the struggles that made us stronger
I write this for us on our dreams' behalf

Happy anniversary to what was
The 'what ifs' and 'could have beens', let them die
Don't relegate a great relationship
To nevermore futures of 'you and I'

Remember the good times that we both had
Don't have regrets of those things that were bad
Don't believe for a moment I am mad
So, don't look back on those months and be sad

Some things in life are meant to be lasting
Others are to touch our hearts and move on
I thought our love was to be forever
But, how blessed am I for the 'us' foregone?

((May 12th,2008))

Submitted: Wednesday, May 14, 2008
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