Jacquie StewartHeimann


Cassie and Ian


Cassie stands there
Fair of face
Kind and true
Full of grace

To meet the man
Who's strong and bold
Who stole her heart
And blessed her soul

With open arms
She welcomes in
Her one true love
Her new best friend

Ian looks
Into the eyes
That holds his heart
He gently sighs

Then he finds
His arms enfold
Lifes greatest gift
His other soul

To join their lives
The greatest thing
Their love inspires
Bluebirds to sing

Submitted: Wednesday, May 30, 2012
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