Treasure Island

Dove Allen

(10-18-58 / Detroit, MI, USA)

Forever And Three Long Days

He use to wonder out loud where his heart would go
As he sat waiting patiently, listening to surely know
Day after day always seemed to come and lonely go by
Until that wonderful day on the Fourth of July
Because hope was in the air with a subtle gaze
And two hearts came together, love was ablaze

Souls and memories were now soon to meet
And heaven sent love was also there to greet
A promise of forever and three long days
Joy and laughter, enlightened by God’s ways

They pledged their hearts on the sixth of June,2009
In God’s eyes two became one, truly a lifetime sign
A time honored vow was created for all to see and hear
Now they wait with open arms for many a baby dear
Hope and love, for both bear witness to the stars and sea
A seed planted by faith coming to fruition, their family tree

Submitted: Tuesday, September 14, 2010

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